What you need to know
Short haired domestic
Can live with:
June will require an adult only-home. She could not live with a dog or another cat.
June came to us in December from a multi-cat household which had over 80 cats! Understandably, she has been very timid since she has arrived. She is still very unsure about humans and finds us quite scary. Although she is nervous, she has shown that she has a soft side and has just started accepting hand treats from people she is familiar with.
Due to her temperament, we are open to a foster or foster to adopt situation for June. We believe in the right environment she will come out of her shell. Unfortunately in the cattery she is struggling to do this. She will need a quiet, calm home for her to relax and grow her confidence at her own pace. To help her settle in initially she will need a private room she can have as her own safe space. In her forever home, June will need a secure garden she can access as she is still young.
If you are interested in fostering June, please fill out our fostering form on the fostering page under the ‘How to help’ tab. For further information, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.