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What's my story?

Pretty little Maisie was brought to us as a stray cat who had given birth to her five babies in a shed. She did a cracking job raising her kittens, but motherhood is tiring work and she’s now ready to pop her paws up and relax in her forever home! Maisie could be rehomed by herself or with her kitten Miley

With her unique little tri-spotted nose, this affectionate, inquisitive puss has come along leaps and bounds since arriving with us. She was initially very reactive to people’s feet, sadly this is likely the result of being kicked by her previous ‘owners’. Maisie is looking for a quiet home with experienced cat lovers who will respect her boundaries while also giving her the love and attention she deserves after a rough and abusive start in life.

She’s not keen on other cats so is looking for a home where there are no other animals and she can assume her assume her rightful title of Queen. Maisie has had a rubbish start in life, and she is more than deserving of a second chance. We’d love for this lady to go to a home where she can be fussed, treasured and put her traumatic early years behind her while sitting in a nice comfy throne!

Maisie is looking for a home with safe access to the outdoors. She has been neutered, fully vaccinated and microchipped.

If you are interested in giving little Maisie her forever home please fill in an adoption interest form

All visits are by appointment only and all adoptions are subject to home visit and adoption fee.

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