Hi there everyone, it’s Tiddles here, and I’m on the look out for a new human.
You see, my old human had to go into an aged care facility and couldn’t take me with her. I was devastated, not to mention confused, as I’ve been with my human since I was born, and I’m nearly 9 years old now. She’s all I’ve ever known, and I’m still trying to adjust to life without her.
My foster mum has been looking after me really well, but she has a little human that scares me, and I’d much rather have a forever home without any of these little fast moving, noisy creatures. I prefer my humans to be 12 and over.
I don’t really enjoy the company of other cats, I live with 5 of them currently and it’s been really stressful for me, and would much prefer to be your only pet.
My old human loved me a little too much, and by that I mean she fed me too much! I am a tad overweight, and my new human will need to be very strict with my diet and help me shed some pounds.
Now that we’ve got that minor negative stuff out of the way, let’s move on to the good stuff!
I’m a stunning cat to look at with my glorious long fur and piercing green eyes.
I’m a very low maintenance girl, and I’ll happily sleep the day away, mixing it up with a spot of playing here and there. I can actually run around like a kitten when the mood strikes, and I love playing with my toys. I really love my cat tunnel too. I love to perch on the top of the couch and gaze out the window, watching the world go by.
I really love cupboards too, and I’m very clever and have figured out how to open them. When I first arrived in my foster home I liked to sleep in the laundry cupboard because I felt safe in there. I might initially do that in my new home until I feel safe.
I love having my chin and head patted, and will rub up against your legs for a pat. If you sit down on the couch I will jump straight up for a cuddle and purr happily on your lap. I am a really friendly and affectionate cat, with adults only. Ideally I would love a home with a single adult or couple, and older teenage children if any.
I don’t jump on benches or scratch furniture, and I am super well behaved.
I’ll be waiting for you at the door when you get home to greet you with a leg rub and a meow to ask how your day was.
I’d better wrap things up, so I’ll finish by saying – I know I’m no spring chicken and I might be carrying a few extra pounds, but I really hope that someone will see me for the lovely girl I am, and open up their heart and home to give an old girl a second chance. After all, don’t we all deserve one?
If you think you could welcome Tiddles with open arms, please apply now, as she desperately wants to find her new home.
Tiddles is desexed, vaccinated, microchipped and up to date with flea and worm treatments.