Sansa – Cat

1-2 years
Arrived 3rd December
Fostered in Macclesfield

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Foster update 22nd March: Sansa has been with us for almost 4 months now, and although we love her to bits, it really is time she had a proper home and family of her own.

She was initially really timid, but has come on in leaps and bounds and turned into a very affectionate and extremely playful little character. She will now be picked up, which she hated at first, and loves to play both on her own and with us. She is also starting to enjoy being brushed, and likes to sneak up behind me on my office chair and snuggle down if she can make enough room when I’m on the computer.
She is such a pretty little lady, we really hope she finds her forever home very soon.

Sansa came into RSPCA care as part of a cruelty case,  she has been in another RSPCA cattery for a few months but has been transferred to one of our foster homes in order to help her gain confidence.  She is fully vaccinated, neutered and microchipped.

She was one of thirty cats kept in a caravan in terrible conditions; this is all she has ever known till now. If you are quiet and patient she will come up to you for a stroke. She can hiss but has never been aggressive at all; she will hide if scared.

A few words from her foster mum: She is timid; she hid for the first couple of days but is now approaching us and rubbing round for a fuss.  She really didn’t like her head being touched; we don’t know what has happened to her. She has really come out of her shell over the last few days; she is playing loads and actively seeking a fuss. She is even letting me stroke her head now too; although she is till a bit wary of this. She will need a child free home.

As she has always lived with cats we feel she’d benefit from living with another friendly cat to help bring her confidence out. A beautiful cat who didn’t ask for the horrid life she was given is most deserving of a loving, quiet, understanding new owner who has the patience to let her blossom in her own time, she will in time make a lovely pet, she’s proving that already!

Log no. 3575 19/09/14

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