She was pretty nervy when she arrived in foster and cried overnight, she also starved herself for 2 days – cats do enjoy a protest. She has since really come out of her shell.
This cat is a true wonder of the world, she is a teenager of monumental proportions. She likes to bin dive and get on the side in the kitchen. She understands the word no but I often have to remove her from said bin and side. She absolutely loves the box I have got with holes in she spends ages getting the balls mice etc out and thoroughly trashes her room whilst playing. She loves a wool ball and charges all over the house and up and down the stairs. She also hunts through the banisters and is an absolute devil on the stairs – I would not recommend her for a less agile staff member. She also hunts toes, my 18 year old son is her plaything and the pair of them seem to be the same mental age!
She has a particular fascination with taps and plugs. She loves to watch water coming out of the tap and then into the plughole ( it’s magic you know, where does it come from and where does it go?) You’ll never be alone in the bathroom, that’s for sure
In conclusion she is a fabulous cat who’s personality is really exerting itself now she is truly settled. She is happy , friendly and fun. I do suspect there is a lack of brain cells in that beautiful head but my goodness she is the most fantastic cat. Whoever rehomes Pixie is one very lucky human. I do feel there is even more personality in there, this is such a special cat in many ways.
We will miss her but she is ready to go to a special home that will embrace her idiosyncrasies.
We’re really pleased that you’d like to proceed with an adoption application. Before you fill out the form below, please make sure you’ve read our Adopt page so that you are familiar with our process.
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1 – 2 years
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