About Me

Ready for rehoming.

Dolly came into our care in July due to being heavily pregnant and was in labour when we got the call. Her story is long and sad as she has been through so much at a young age, but for short she is very luck to be with us today.

Dolly is very loving and affectionate, she loves attention and can be timid at times with sudden movement and loud noises. She is very talkative, she is often meowing and chirping at you at the littlest thing you do. She is always behind the door waiting for you to feed her in the morning and as soon as she hears the door go she comes running from wherever she is to great you. Dolly loves her belly to be rubbed, whenever you are stroking her she will flop onto the floor so that you can rub her belly. She loves to cuddle at the side of you with her front paws on your lap, but within time she will probably get use to coming on to your lap for cuddles.

Like many cats of her age she loves to play, she knows the sound of her toys coming out. Her favourite toys are a catnip banana and a feather wand toy. She now knows the sound of the feather toy and looks around to see where it’ll land. It’s a mad 30 minutes to an hour when the toy comes out, she loves to show off as too how great her jumping is to the other foster cats who are much older. She loves her feather toy so much that the toy has to be put away as she will try to eat it.

Dolly is an active girl who needs to be able to play and have things to climb onto on a daily basis.

She is fine with other cats, as long as they are introduced properly and the cat is laid back. With in the first couple of days of meeting one of her resident foster cats she hated him and wouldn’t stop hissing. Now she is fine with him, and she will often attempt to rub up against him and try to eat out of the same bowl.

Want to Adopt me?

Dolly is looking for a quiet household, with no children or dogs.

Dolly will come with 5 week free insurance. Note: adoption forms and donation must be completed.

Please Note: That if you live in rented accommodation we will need to see evidence of your pet agreement from your landlord.