Rebecca, British short hair kitten (Rehomed)

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Rebecca, British short hair kitten (Rehomed)

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Rebecca is an affectionate and friendly kitten. She requires quite a lot of physical contact, enjoys spending time with people and loves being petted. If she is left on her own for too long, she gets a little restless.

She likes meowing to let you know she wants to be petted and will speak to you when you arrive back home. New people do not seem to be an issue with Rebecca, she takes to people quite quickly. Rebecca enjoys nudging you with her head so you stroke her and you will see her tail wag while doing so.

One of her favourite places to relax is the window sill where she's happy to observe the outside world or lay there and sleep.

If you do not like insects then Rebecca will always try and catch mosquitoes and flies for you.

She has a very playful disposition and sometimes chases her own shadow. One of her favourite toys is shoelaces.

When Rebecca unwinds at night, she will lay on your pillow next to you for comfort. She is partial to a cuddle and is more than happy to sleep alongside you.

She would be ideal for someone who is at home a lot and would like a furry house friend or a family with lots of time for her as she needs affection. We do not know if she can get on with dogs, but there's always a chance she can.

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Name: Rebecca

Maturity: Kitten

Colour: Golden ticked point

Approx. Date of Birth: 6/4/2018

Gender: Female

Breed: British Shorthair

Is the cat feral: No

Is the cat neutered: No

Is the cat microchipped: Yes

Is the cat vaccinated: Yes – against rabies

Can live with cats: No – FeLV positive

Can live with dogs: Not yet tested, but possible

Can live with a young family: Yes, if they have a lot of time to be able to spend with her

Can live with a mature family: Yes

Indoor only cat: Yes, due to her FeLV

Requires outdoor access: Needs to be kept indoors