Olivia


Olivia was abandoned by a farmer years ago.  She has been fending for herself ever since and had numerous litters before being neutered.  She has not been used to dogs or children.  She has lived outdoors and in a barn, so went into foster care to socialise.

Her foster mum now believes that Olivia is ready to look for her forever home. she wrote;

Olivia is a lovely companion and has a warm personality, she has a real wish to understand her environment and fight her nervosity. We see her growing bolder every day. Her play sessions are adorable to watch. She has a cute little voice and loves to get brushed and stroked for long periods. She is very independent and does not need to be entertained but likes to see you try, a few small toys and she will stay out of mischief. She comes when you call her and likes to have discussions with you in the kitchen while you cook. She is very respectful and never jumps on a kitchen bench or ask for food to be handed at the table. 

She is nervous and will need you to open your house to her little by little so as not to overwhelm her confidence but she loves to be present in the room, listen to music and watch the world go by out the front window.

She has been happy as an indoor cat and likes to lie down on the terrace, sit in a window seal and smell the flowers and the air in our tiny walled yard. She has not shown any interest in roaming the area or finding a way out of the yard.

Olivia has come a long way since being in foster, her foster family have given her the confidence to trust humans again. A home with other cats for company would be ideal for Olivia.

*Olivia is not at the rescue centre but viewing can take place at her foster home*

  • Admitted - 26/12/2019
  • Breed / Type - DSH
  • Sex - Female
  • Age - 8 years
  • Colour - Black
  • Vaccinated - Yes
  • Neutered - Yes
  • Used to Kids - Yes
  • Used to Cats - Yes
  • Used to Dogs - No
  • Toilet Trained - Litter Trained
  • History of Biting - No

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