Information

  • Gender:Female
  • Age:1 year
  • Living with children:I can not live with children
  • Breeds:Long-Hair
  • Indoor/Outdoor:Outdoor
  • Living with dogs:No, I cannot live with dogs
  • Living with cats:I might be able to live with other cats

Grace came to the shelter with her newborn, premature babies in a sorry state.

Born in the garden she then gave birth in, she was not used to human contact. She is surprisingly quite brave though and is happy to be around us humans, even if she doesn’t want a fuss!

Grace’s youngsters are now old enough to leave her, so she is looking for a home to call her own.

Grace will need an experienced owner, who doesn’t mind a cat that doesn’t want to be stroked or be a lapcat. She will need patience, and someone not to expect too much from her. Grace is used to being outdoors so will benefit from being able to venture outdoors once again. She was with her siblings (who also had kittens) in the garden she was found, so had been in a colony, so with steady introductions, she may be able to live with other cats.

Grace will need an adult only home and it will need to have quiet surroundings so she will be safe going outdoors.