Super friendly Honey arrived into our care after we were contacted by a concerned member of the public. She had taken up residence in their house for several days and had refused to move, crying loudly to be let back in when they tried to encourage her outside. It was also apparent that Honey's stomach was quite round and so there was concern that she was pregnant. Upon arrival a the Sanctuary, it was obvious that her tummy was very swollen, hard and uncomfortable and after a thorough examination the vet feels she is experiencing a phantom pregnancy. This is one of many conditions that can develop as a result of not neutering a female cat and can be a very distressing thing for a cat to go through. Honey has now been spayed and once her symptoms have subsided she will be looking for a new home.
Throughout all of her time with us she has never stopped purring and thrives on attention and love. She should be fine to be homed with gentle slightly older children and would like a garden to explore.
We have many more cats available for adoption than those shown on our website. Please get in touch to have a chat.