Fish the cat looking for a new home
A cat called Fish is looking for a new home.
Three year old Fish was bought to Happy Landings Animal Shelter at Pylle with her sister, Chips, when their owner became pregnant and felt unable to cope.
Fish had been kept in a flat with no outdoor access and few visitors. As a result of this she had very few life skills and initially found her new life at the shelter very overwhelming.
A spokeswoman for the shelter said: "She has made amazing progress and is a very different cat from the terrified, flea ridden and neurotic cat that we originally had.
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"She is ready for, and deserves to be in, a loving home of her own."
A naturally chatty girl, Fish is hugely affectionate, loves attention, loves being groomed and loves to play.
"She now really enjoys access to our cat proof garden, her first chance to explore outdoors - long grass to hide in and to eat, sunny decking to stretch out on, great fun," she said.
"She loves to have as much interaction as possible, very much likes to join in with what you are doing and oversee your every action – just to make sure that you are doing everything right."
Fish is on the look-out for a steady home with a safe garden and plenty of company from caring people who would love a chatty fusspot cat. She would be happiest as the only cat in a household, but would be fine with older, sensible children.
If you can offer Fish a home, contact Happy Landings on 01749 860350 or online.