At the ripe old age of 13 years, Daisy the ginger and tortoiseshell cat found herself without a home.
Her owner sadly passed away, meaning the elderly feline was taken into RSPCA care.
Now, 263 days later, she’s still waiting to find a new family to give her a home.
RSPCA animal care assistant Bethany Thorn said: ‘Lovely Daisy has been with us for nine months now and she is desperate to find herself a loving new home.
‘She is our longest-stay cat here at Millbrook having been with us for over 260 days!’
When Daisy arrived at the shelter, she was understandably anxious and struggled with an upset tummy, causing her to take a while to settle in.
But she’s now back to full health and ready to move in to her ideal retirement home.
Daisy is described as friendly and affectionate, and is looking for an owner who will shower her with all the love she deserves.
She’s keen to be the only pet in her new home, and will be better off with just adults or a family with older children. She’d also like access to the outdoors so she can roam and explore.
Any prospective rehomers need to be aware that the kitty has a sensitive tum, so will need special food to keep this settled – but the Millbrook RSPCA centre say they’ll make sure to have plenty in stock to buy, so you won’t have to worry about searching around.
‘When she first arrived in our care she could be quite shy and quite unsure of people but now she is friendly and affectionate and will make a wonderful pet,’ said Bethany.
‘Her new owners must be aware that she has a sensitive tummy and is on a special diet to make sure it doesn’t flare up again.
‘She is a lovely girl who likes her own space but is getting more affectionate by the day and loves to sit on a lap and have a cuddle.’
If you think you could be Daisy’s perfect match, contact the RSPCA centre by emailing [email protected]
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