Gorgeous golden girl
17 years young
Black and white
Can live with cats?
Needs to be the only cat in the household
Can live with dogs?
Has not lived with a dog
Can live with children?
She is not used to children so ideally those over 12 years
Requires outdoor space?
She has mainly been an indoor cat though may well enjoy a safe secure garden to explore in once settled
Currently being fostered in Weybridge
Great health - she is on a renal diet but no medications following her recent blood test
A little bit more
Mimi, our lovely golden oldie, is 17 years old. She has been a wonderful companion to her current fosterer since her owner sadly went into a home with dementia.
She was likely spoilt rotten as she is very sassy and enjoys being at the centre of your world. She has the most amazing personality, is still very playful and is in great health. She is on a renal diet but no medications following her recent blood test.
She loves to follow her fosterer around, loves a lap and she likes to be on the bed at night keeping it warm for you!
She was previously always an indoor cat so her new home could be indoor. She has not lived with children before so we suggest she could live with children over approx 12 years. Although she did once live with another cat, they didn't seem to particularly like each other so a home where she can be the only cat would suit her best so she can spend her retirement in peace.
Has not lived with a dog before and would be best as the only cat.
She is neutered, microchipped and vaccinated.