I am 4 years old.
I am a neutered female.
I need an adult only home
I cannot live with a dog.
I cannot live with a cat.
I need a home with a garden
Daisy was abandoned at a railway station by someone who didn't want her. Luckily, a horrified member of animal welfare witnessed this and rescued her in the nick of time.
Daisy has a really sweet side to her; she adores head strokes and will come up to us and give us little kisses whilst purring away. She isn't a huge fan of being picked up but is more than eager to get cosy on a comfy lap and nuzzle up as close as possible to you. When she's feeling particularly silly, she likes to entertain her audience by taking a contented snooze with her legs facing upwards in the air.
Crazy Daisy has a lot of energy, she’s eager to run around and have a good play session to keep the zoomies at bay. Due to her experiences in life before rescue, she doesn’t realise that people aren’t toys, and can sometimes play a little too rough. However, we are teaching her to play with toys instead of arms and hands, and she is making wonderful progress through positive reinforcement and gentle encouragement.
Daisy tends to stick to her own terms when it comes to attention or play, making her a wonderful pet for a patient and understanding adult home. We would love to see her thrive in a supportive environment, where our girl’s quirky needs are respected and appreciated.
Our cats are rescues, that have either been abandoned, stray, neglected or abused. All homes need to have a home check either by video call or in person and we will provide advice about caring for cats or kittens. This is also a chance for us to see what type of home you can offer to one of our cats and to best match a cat with your home and family.
Following a successful home visit, we will make an appointment for you to come and meet the cats at the shelter and adopt. If you have picked cat/s from the website, you will meet them on adoption day.
We are prioritising homes that are local to our centre and these are the Canning Town catchment areas: East London, parts of North London and parts of West Essex.
If you can offer a home to a harder to home cat, we will consider a home outside these areas.