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Apple

Available

Outdoorsy girl looking for a relaxed home

Age

2 years, 7 months' old

Sex

Female

Colour

Tabby & White

Can live with cats?

Apple would like to be the only pet

Can live with dogs?

Apple would like to be the only pet

Can live with children?

Apple is hoping to find an adult home

Requires outdoor space?

Access to safe, secure outside space

Current location

East Sheen, London, UK

Reference number

24071

Medical notes

Neutered and microchipped

A little bit more

Apple, who is a female tabby, estimated to be 2 years, 7 months’ old, was found on an allotment along with her 8 month old kittens (Broccoli, Sweet Pea and Peaches whose profiles have featured here separately).  At this time, poor Apple was very malnourished and had a heavy burden of fleas, ticks and worms.  She was swiftly taken to a vet practice where she received treatment until she was well enough to move into HFC foster care.


Whilst Apple has been in foster care for several weeks, she remains nervous and still interacts with her Carers very much on her own terms.  She loves the outdoors and would like to find a forever home where she will have regular access to safe, outside space via an existing cat flap.  Apple likes to play alone with her toys in the mornings before venturing outside after breakfast.  She pops inside to say hello and ask for a little fuss at regular intervals throughout the day and returns home for dinner and to sleep in the bedroom with her Carers at night.


Apple is independent and therefore has potential to be happy living alongside someone who works away from the home on some days.  Due to her nervous personality, she is hoping to find an adult home where she can enjoy being the only pet.


With the lovely weather and Apple’s outdoorsy lifestyle, we think we may need to arrange an initial video call with her potential adopter(s) to facilitate her attendance!  Apple has been neutered and microchipped and is ready to meet potential adopters online and at her foster home in East Sheen.


If you are interested in adopting Apple, and are able to offer her safe, outdoor access and a calm and relaxed home where she can build her confidence with people, please complete our application form below and we will be in touch. Thank you.Apple, who is a female tabby, estimated to be 2 years, 7 months’ old, was found on allotment along with her now 8 month old ittens, (Broccoli, Sweet Pea and Peaches who have featured here separately). At this time, poor Apple was very malnourished and had a heavy burden of fleas, ticks and worms. She was swiftly taken to a vet practice where she received treatment and care until she was well enough to move into HFC foster care.


Whilst Apple has been in foster care for several weeks, she remains nervous and will interact with her Carers very much on her own terms. Apple loves the outdoors and would like to find a forever home where she will have regular access to safe outside space via an existing cat flap. She likes to play alone with her toys in the mornings before venturing outside. She pops inside to say hello and ask for a little fuss at regular intervals and returns home for dinner and to sleep in the bedroom with her Carers at night. 


Apple is independent and therefore has potential to be happy living alongside someone who goes out to work on some days. With the lovely weather and Apple’s outdoorsy lifestyle, we may arrange an initial video call with her potential adopter(s) to facilitate her attendance!


Apple has been neutered and microchipped and is ready to meet potential adopters at her foster home in East Sheen.  Due to her nervous personality, she is hoping to find an adult home where she can enjoy being the only pet.


If you are interested in adopting Apple, and are able to offer her a safe, outdoor access and a calm and relaxed home where she can build her confidence with people, please complete our application form below and we will be in touch. Thank you.

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