Lua & Winnie

Lua & Winnie

These fluffy cuties are Lua and Winnie, 9 year old sisters. Winnie (tortie) is the more confident sister and does like a fuss but she will tell you when she has had enough by giving you a bat with a paw, she doesn’t scratch though. She loves treats and is very playful, Yeoww catnip toys and the feather on a stick are her favourites.
Lua (tabby) is a sweet girl, she can be a little shy but loves fuss more than her sister does and loves treats just as much! She can get a bit carried away and nibble you, all the while purring and nuzzling for more attention. She is just starting to show an interest in the toys and has begun having mad 5 minutes, running around the house and chasing her sister. Both girls will get up on the bed but only either when you are in it or you have stripped it!

Lua has flea allergy dermatitis so she needs a monthly vet-prescribed flea treatment. The girls would like a home with a garden away from busy roads and, as they aren’t used to young children, a quieter home would be best. Whilst they don’t appear to snuggle up together or groom each other, they are never usually far from each other so do need to stay as a pair.

Neutered, chipped, vaccinated plus come with 5 weeks free insurance.

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    Additional information

    Age

    8-9 years

    Good with other cats or small animals?

    No

    Good with children?

    No

    Chipped

    Yes

    Good with dogs?

    No

    Need garden access?

    Yes

    Neutered/ Spayed?

    Yes

    Vaccination Status

    Fully vaccinated

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