Peapod – Indoor Cat

Domestic Short Hair
Female
Five years old
Arrived 4th June, 2019
Fostered in Bollington

Please note, Peapod is classed “indoor only” because of a minor disability to her rear leg. We were tempted to call her Tripod but hey ….

Here’s what she has to say:

“My last owners abandoned me and I signed up with a managed feral colony in the Peak District. Whilst it wasn’t too bad with someone feeding me regularly, it wasn’t really my thing and a kind volunteer from the RSPCA said they’d find me a proper home.

“I’m a quiet, friendly cat, especially towards ladies but because I’m disabled and can’t run fast (part of one of my fibula bones is missing) I’m looking for indoor only home with lots of catification (stimulation) and where I might be allowed out to explore on a harness from time to time. Most of the time my bad leg (right hind) works like any other and our vet says it’s fine – I find some things easier to do on three legs, which looks odd, but is fine too.

“I’d probably be a great companion for an older family or someone younger who works from home.”

I'd prefer to be the only cat in a home
I need to be kept indoors
I'd prefer an adult only household
I love company and would like you to be around a good part of the day
I would prefer not to live with a dog

If you would like Peapod to share your home please contact her fosterer on ferals@rspca-macclesfield.org.uk or ring 07403 720844 (ansaphone).

Peapod is being rehomed through the Macclesfield Branch of the RSPCA so adopters will need to be home checked (usually a formality) and not be too far away so that post-adoption support can be given if needed, albeit unlikely. The Branch strive to make every adoption a success for all involved.

As part of the adoption process you will be asked to complete a “homefinder” which can be found online at www.tiny.cc/homefinder


Log no.  TNR190023/190604