Cute cat looking for the purrfect home
This cute cat is looking for the purrfect new home after her loving owner became unable to care for her.
Lou Lou is an active, intelligent and quick witted cat who needs to be busy and would best suited to a cat experienced adult home where any children are older teens who could entertain her.
The 17-month-old cat arrived at the RSPCA in Sheffield after her very loving and doting owner could sadly no longer keep her.
It hasn’t been an easy road for Lou Lou but she is now finding her feet and keen to find a new home.
Adam Spencer, from the RSPCA, said: “When she first arrived with us she struggled to trust and would make us aware when she was feeling out of her depth with a hiss, grumble or even a slap or swipe at times. But with patience, daily socialisation and gentle handling she has come out of her shell amazingly. She is still a wary girl and if spooked or feels really worried,
“She will still occasionally lash out. (but this is extremely rare now).
“Lou Lou is an active, intelligent and quick witted cat who needs to be busy. She`s an affectionate and loving girl too when she knows you and has the time but if she is bored or understimulated this cheeky young lady will find her own entertainment in other ways - not always good ones.
“She adores interactive play with her carers and fishing rod type toys. Not only does this help her to relax and strengthen your bond with her but she loves to run around, have fun and let off steam.”
Lou Lou is looking for a cat experienced adult home where any children are older teens who could entertain this little diva. Lou Lou would also like to be the only pet in her new house as she struggles to share her space and resources with other pets.
Adam added: “This wonderful cat has absolutely blossomed since she has been here and we can`t wait to find her the fantastic new home where she can be loved just as much as she was by her previous owner.
“Could this special girl be the purrfect addition to your home?”
The Sheffield branch of the RSPCA is run by volunteer trustees and costs over £2000 per day to run. This money has to be raised by staff and volunteers through fund raising, donations and legacies.