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Treacle ♀

What's my story?

The beautiful Treacle is now looking for her forever home after she was found abandoned in a cat carrier with two other cats. Due to this, we don’t know anything about her past but since being with us her confidence has grown exponentially. Treacle is a nervous cat when she first meets people and can get ‘spicy’ if you move to stroke her too quickly or somewhere she doesn’t like, due to this we are looking for a home with no dogs or children under the age of 16. Any children aged 16+ must know to respect Treacle’s space and must be ‘cat-savvy.’ Treacle could potentially live with another cat that’s around the same age as her, or one that’s calm.

Once Treacle is used to you she is extremely friendly and enjoys head rubs& scratches more than anything. She isn’t a big foodie but enjoys the occasional treat. Treacle enjoys hiding away in her igloo bed and lounging around all day watching out her window, so her new home must provide places for her to hide away in so she feels safe.

New owners must be aware that it will take Treacle some time to settle before her loving side shows itself and they must be willing to be patient with her. It would be beneficial if her new owners had a spare room to put her in until she’s comfortable to explore the whole house.

If you’re looking to make a difference to a cat’s life please submit an adoption interest form and a member of the team will get back to you ASAP.

Please note we’re only a small team so please don’t call us to chase up adoption enquires as we need to keep the phone line clear for emergencies.

Adoption from The Society For Abandoned Animals is subject to a home check and an adoption fee.

A few extra facts about me

How old am I? Around 7 years old

Do I need access to a garden? Yes, after I've settled into my new home

Am I litter trained? I am, I use the litter tray really well.

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