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Gia Gia - 159813 - Female - Senior

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Pursonality Traits

 Hi I'm Gia and I'm a purrfectly lovely mature lady (I don't like the word old as it doesn't suit me at all) who is looking for a nice quiet home to live out my remaining years in peace.

I will start out being rather shy and will want a nice, quiet, safe space to call my own, but I like attention so will still want lots of love and pats. I love my face and chin being scratched but when I've had enough I will let you know with a tiny little soft nip. Don't worry I would never hurt you, I'm just a bit set in my ways,

Once I get to know you I will come out and greet you for more love and attention and will show you just how loving and smoochy I can be.

I have arthritis and need to be given an oral dose of liquid medicine every day but I'm a very good girl and am very easy to medicate. I don't make any fuss at all. In fact I'm a very easy going and quiet lady all round. I'm really no bother at all.

I'm not fussed on other animals so would prefer to be your only fur child. Although I might accept another cat with very slow introductions. I would also rather not live with children as they might not be gentle enough with my more mature body.

So if you would like a very quiet, well behaved, no fuss, gentle lady I'm your purrfect match.

Come and meet me in my foster home in Warnbro.

Health Issues

Gia Gia has chronic joint pain and mild discomfort most likely associated with osteoarthritis which is inflammation within the joints and tissues surrounding them. Cats with arthritis may not act as though they are painful and symptoms may not correlate with blood tests or x-rays. It is important to monitor her at home for changes which may indicate that she needs assistance with arthritis pain. Cat Haven does not take any responsibility for any subsequent conditions or issues that may develop in the future as a result of this condition.