and a constant source of amusement! Her foster family think she is the perfect low maintenance cat and they are VERY impressed that she doesn’t claw the furniture. Such a good little girl.
During the day she is aloof and busy outside, moving from one hiding place under a bush to another. She loves to watch the world go by, and keep an eye on the birds in the trees. Click here to see her. She pops back inside the house every so often to give you an chirpy update as to what is going on in the garden. If you should venture out to the garden, she will come out of hiding and run up to you to give you a cheery chirpy welcome to the outside and will then insist that you do something to amuse her. Maybe play time with a bit of rope, or time for some weeding which she will closely supervise.
She is not a lap cat and is not a big fan of being picked up. But when she comes inside for a sleep at the end of the day, she loves to have a pat and a cuddle and a chin scratch when she is napping on the bed. Rolling around on a bed is one of her special talents.
She was such a playful kitten and used to love her toys and chasing balls. Now that she is older her hobbies include helping with bed making, helping with hanging out the washing, helping with the weeding, playing with a bit of old rope, and oozing cuteness. She is also a handy hunter and is happy to chase the flies in the house for you and catch the odd cockroach.
Brittany has been living with another cat, who unfortunately at 21 yrs old has not been very kind to her and the grumpy old boy has rejected her every invitation for a bit of cat play. With the right introduction, she could hopefully get along with other cats as she seemed to be keen for a bit of cat play.
Brittany would suit a home where she can have time during the day to explore a garden, even better if there is a human friend to spend time in the garden with her. She would be great in a busy family with or without kids who are old enough to understand that you need to be very gentle with her when picking her up. She would also make a great companion cat for a couple of retirees who love gardening.
Brittany has a diaphragmatic hernia which currently causes her no health problems and you wouldn’t know anything is wrong when you meet her. This little pocket rocket is not on any medication and she is such a cute wee thing. To learn more about Brittany's condition or to arrange a meet and greet at her foster home in Wembley Downs, please contact the foster department.
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