Sasha finds herself at WARS through no fault of her own. She was rather stressed when she arrived, but she is slowly settling in and becoming more comfortable with us. She is not keen on being overly handled, just like alot of cats. The benefit is that she has really good body signals to show people when she just wants to be left alone. She is a very loving girl but just doesnt really now how to interact with people yet. She needs to be in a home to learn what to do and what not to do. Which will just come with time and patience.
Sashais Toy mad! Get her something fluffy, move it across the floor a centimeter and she will DEMOLISH it. Shes very energetic and will keep you amused for hours on end.
Everyone at the shelter loves Sasha, she is so quirky and affectionate when she wants to be. As of the 20/03/2020 Sasha has been at the shelter for 75 days without anyone expressing an interest :(. Please read the ideal home section to see if you fit the criteria of the home we are looking for to give baby Sasha a forever home.
Sasha will want access to the outdoors once she has settled in, so a home away from busy roads would be preferential. She will need an adult-only home, with no other pets. Sasha wouldn’t be able to cope with young children or other cats they are not her preference. She would suit a home where she can build up a 1 to 1 relationship with her new owners. She has so much potential for someone looking for an active cat. It will need to be a calm home.
Just like dogs it is important to introduce your new cat slowly into its new environment. Choose a safe place that is traffic free to initially settle them in and provide plenty of toys for them to play and chase. Providing a scratch matt or post will help discourage them from doing so on your furniture. Until the cat has settled it is important that the cat is kept indoors for a number of weeks. This along with grooming and interactive play will help develop your bond and ensure the cat is happy and settled in its new home.