DaisyI'm looking for a new home...
- Gender: Female
- Age: 1 yrs, 11 m
- Breed: Cat
- Neutered: Yes
- Vaccinated: Yes
- Chipped: Yes
- Size: Medium
Beautiful Daisy is now looking for her forever home
Daisy came in a few months ago heavily pregnant, she had been straying for a while, and after being seen being kicked in Derby Town centre a concerned neighbour brought her in.
Daisy was incredibly hand shy at first understandably, but also just the sweetest, friendliest girl once she trusts you. She had really mucky, leaky ears that have now cleared up, and was absolutely full of cat flu. After giving birth, she unfortunately developed giardia which is a parasitic infestation, Daisy was really poorly with this, and although now she is completely clear of it she has long term effects and still now has slightly loose poo, it's vastly different to what it was, but is now on a hypoallergenic food and will always need to stay on it. She's had full bloods ran, and everything has come back OK so there's nothing to worry about with any organs etc, it's just going to be ongoing with slightly looser stools than a normal cat.
Daisy will always be a flu carrier, although she isn't showing symptoms any more adopters need to be aware that any resident cats need to be fully vaccinated. Flu can sometimes show up again when stressed, or vaccinated so something to keep an eye on, Daisy's only symptoms of it when she did have it were runny eyes and sneezing.
As you can tell, this beautiful girl has had a really really rough time in her 18 months of life, and deserves an amazing forever home that will spoil her rotten.
She is desperate to be outside exploring, so will need a secure garden or home away from busy roads. She's great with sensible gentle kids around 6 plus, and could likely share her home with a friendly, neutered male cat.
Daisy is vaccinated, chipped and neutered, her adoption donation is £75. Adoption applications to www.harleyshounds.org please
Note from Daisy's foster mum
Shes so playful, loves to play with and carry toys around the house. Shes talkative and enjoys a fuss and is very loving but still not keen on being picked up or sitting on laps but shell happily come and cuddle next to you. Hand shyness has improved too but it is still there more around new people.
I mentioned before she has nipped (not even sure if you could call it a nip tbh because its so light and not in an aggressive way at all) few times if you're fussing too much or if you stop and she wants more, but it's never hurt or left a mark. She hasn't done it in at least 2 weeks but thought it should be worth mentioning incase potential homes have young children.
Shes so happy to be outside so a home away from a busy road would be great for her and I think she would be okay to be homed with an older cat that wouldn't bother her too much. She enjoys being groomed too.