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The foster carer will then be in touch to discuss this further and arrange a meeting. If after leaving your details you have not heard from anyone after 48 hours, please let us know. Once you’ve decided to give a foster cat or kitten a furrever home you’ll need to come to Cat Haven in person to complete the adoption paperwork before taking them home. We can’t wait to hear from you!
Meow there! I am a sweet 6 year old lady who is looking for a calm and quiet home. I am very affectionate but I take a little while to warm up to you. At my previous home I used to live outside most of the time and only came inside for meals but then I broke my leg and the vet said I should be an inside cat from now on so that I don't hurt myself again. Unfortunately I didn't get on with the other cats in the house so here I am looking for a new home! I have been in foster for a short while - here is an update from my foster mum:
Lilly is a quiet, gentle girl who, once she gets to know you, will smooch and happily cuddle up to you all day long. She is looking for a caring and compassionate home that will give her all the pets and loves she deserves, and understand she is a bit shy when meeting new people.
While she loves a cuddle, she also enjoys her own space at times, so she would fit in with a home who works during the day.
Lilly is the queen of her own kingdom, preferring a home with no other pets where she can claim all of the attention.
Email Fostercare with your phone number and her foster mum will be in contact to arrange a meeting at her foster home in Lynwood.
Lilly has previously had an episode of lower urinary tract disease, a condition which may result in urinary obstruction. Cat Haven recommends regular veterinary check ups and limiting stress is essential for these cats.
In February 2022 Lilly sustained an injury to her right hind leg which caused fracture of one of the metatarsal bones, as well as instability of the right tarso-metatarsal (or hock) joint. She was treated conservatively with bandaging and rest, and her injuries eventually healed. Lilly is currently not showing any lameness, and her leg is not painful on examination. Her mobility appears to be normal, and she has not needed any medication since arriving in the shelter. If Lilly shows any sign of lameness or discomfort, she should be checked by your regular veterinarian.