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Crystal is a very cute 1-year-old neutered girl.  

She was brought into the shelter with her 3 kittens from a hoarders house.  

Because her kittens had very little human interaction, they are semi-feral. Crystal is very gentle and calm so therefore we would love to find her a permanent indoor only foster home. 

Crystal loves her food and tolerates strokes down her back and on her head.   She is still very skittish and so she will need a patient, quiet, adult only home.  

She needs people who are willing to give her time to settle in and get used to her new humans and surroundings.

Food and treats are definitely the way into Crystal's heart and this will help her to associate positive kind behaviour with trusting her new humans.  

Crystal has a condition called feline calicivirus.   

She needs an indoor only home that can travel to one of the Celia Hammond veterinary practices, this is required as part of our long term fostering support.  

This link has useful information on this condition: https://icatcare.org/advice/feline-calicivirus-fcv-infection/

Being indoors will prevent her health from worsening and help her to thrive.  

Crystal will need to be met by video call before being adopted.  You can watch a short video of her below. 

 

- I need a patient adult only home

- I am OK with cats and who also have calicivirus

- I need an indoor only home

- I need a home that may need to occassionally give medication

 

 

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PLEASE NOTE: CANNING TOWN CAN RE-HOME WITHIN ANY OF OUR BRANCH CATCHMENT AREAS, SO NOT ONLY EAST LONDON AND MUCH OF NORTH LONDON, BUT ALSO SOUTH LONDON, ESSEX, HERTFORDSHIRE, EAST SUSSEX, WEST SUSSEX, MOST OF KENT AND PARTS OF SURREY. IF YOU ARE UNSURE PLEASE CONTACT US! 

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