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Meet our sweerheart Winnie, she was found as an injured stray with a wound on her back and under closer inspection needed treatment for a case of ear mites. We are now happy to say she has been given the all clear for rehoming and although looking a bit worse for wear due to the treatment is well in herself. She has been a star patient throughout her time with us and her sweet personality has shone through since day one. Winnie is a super sweet and affectionate girl, who loves nothing more than to curl up on your lap and go to sleep. She has shown no interest in play during her stay with us but this may change once she is in the home. Winnie met a family with young children and became a little upset at one point and nipped. It is possible she had a bad experience in the past with young children but there was also a dog being walked near by so that could have been the reson she was so out of character. However we have now altered the type of home we now believe she will be suited to. Winnie is looking for a quieter home where children (if present) are of secondary school age and above and a dog free home will be best for her

My personality

  • I'd prefer to be the only cat in a home
  • I need to be able to go outside and explore
  • I could live with children of secondary school age
  • I love company and would like you to be around a good part of the day
  • I would prefer not to live with a dog

About Me

Breed: Domestic Shorthair crossbreed
Colour: Black
Age: 8 Years (approx)
Ref: 172975

Contact the centre or branch about me:

Birmingham Animal Centre

Newbrook Farm
Frankley Green Lane
BIRMINGHAM
Frankley
B32 4AX

0300 123 8585

11am-3.15pm every day except Tue (closed) - we prioritise animals we have rescued from cruelty and neglect, which means we cannot take in unwanted pets.

About Me

Breed: Domestic Shorthair crossbreed
Colour: Black
Age: 8 Years (approx)
Ref: 172975

Interested in adopting me?

There's a lot to think about before taking on a pet. Read our rehoming page to find out more about adopting from the RSPCA.

 

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