Poor Dora has been in ARC’s care for over a year now. She originally lived the first 4 years of her life in a third floor flat, which she struggled with. She was then rehomed to an elderly owner and garden, but was sadly returned. Dora has been in her current foster home for many months and has proved to be a very easy and undemanding cat to care for. She has learned to love the garden, and spent most of last summer outside, but she is not so keen on the winter weather so spends her days laying on the sofa! Dora has learned to live with her foster mum’s 2 rescue dogs. She is not keen on them but could live with a calm, cat-friendly dog but she does not like cats! Dora is happy to be picked up to be carried from A to B but she does not enjoy being stroked. Dora would be happiest in an adult only home with owners who would enjoy her company but not insist on stroking her too much. She would like a garden which she could access through a cat flap.
Dora’s foster mum is very fond of Dora; she is happily independant, enjoys curling up in her favourite warm spots and likes to be close to people.
Dora is neutered, microchipped and has had her booster vaccination, and been wormed and fleaed.

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