13/04/09 Suzie, Felicity and Poppy have found a wonderful new home where they can all be together.
Suzie is the daughter of Felicity, who was used as a kitten producing machine by an unscrupulous breeder to supply a pet shop. Felicity and her sister Poppy (see separate entries) were discarded by the breeder when the pet shop closed down. At the time, poor Felicity was heavily pregnant with Suzie and her siblings.
Felicity, Poppy and Suzie were rescued by a caring lady, who took them into her home and looked after them until she was diagnosed with severe asthma recently, which meant that she was forced to give them up. They are now in the care of Animal Accident Rescue Unit and are looking for a new retirement home or homes.
Susie is a shy, timid little cat, easily startled. Like her mother and aunt, she has lived a quiet life in a multi-cat household, but with no children or dogs. She lives in a quiet cul de sac, well away from traffic and loud noises, using the cat-flap to come and go to suit herself. Suzie doesn’t go out much, but does like to pop out in fine weather to sit on the patio and watch the world go by. She also likes to sit in the window and keep an eye on the neighbours.
Suzie is an affectionate and loving little thing, who demands very little. She is very partial to tuna and loves a bit of fresh chicken. She also loves being brushed and likes to sit on a comfortable knee to watch televison. This lovely girl has been brought up with her mother and aunt – and other cats – so she may well miss them if she was homed separately. Of all three, she is the most dependent. Ideally, it would be wonderful if she could be rehomed together with either her mum Felicity or Aunt Poppy.
Suzie would be a great little companion as she is very undemanding and affectionate. She is 9 years old and her birthday is 13th February. She would probably be happiest in a quiet home. Could you give this to her?
(Please note: Suzie has recently been diagnosed as having an over-active thyroid gland, but this is being easily kept under control with one tablet every two days. We are discussing the possibility of having her thyroid gland removed in order to remedy this at the moment. We’d be very happy to give any further details if you’d like to know more.
If you’re interested in Suzie, please contact AARU
telephone 01159 205172 (please leave a message if no reply and we will get back to you as soon as possible)
Please mention that you saw Suzie on the Oldies Club website.