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Hi there, my name is Shelly and I am a beautiful 16 year old domestic long haired cat.

Would you like to hear my new years resolution?

Well this year I would give anything to have a home I can finally call my own. Can you be that person to make 2020 be my year, my time?

My photos really don't do me justice, I seem to always look like I am miserable and I am beginning to think this is putting people off choosing me. The past year I have seen many cats come and go into the cattery. When will it be my time?.  Certainly, like any cat I used be a monkey in my younger years, but now all I ask for is a quiet home where I am spend my days relaxing. In my older years I much prefer a warm lap or cozy sofa to sleep upon. Having spent most of years in an adult home I am not used to being around children or even other pets. So a child, cat and dog free home is a must for me please.

Surely someone out there must want to offer this lovely girl her forever home and her chance to be the next one going home. Lets hope we can make Shellys dream come true. She really does deserve it.

Shelly

Gender:
Female
Age:
Over 10 years
Coat Type:
Semi long hair
Lifestyle:
Access to Outdoors
Age of Children in Family:
Adult Only
Other Cats in Home:
No
Dogs in Home:
None
Sociability of Cat:
Likes to be around people

Centre: Berkshire

Address:
NAWT Berkshire, Trindledown Farm, Wantage Road, Great Shefford, Berkshire, RG17 7DQ
Phone Number:
01488 638584
Opening Times:
1100 - 1600 every day (Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day)
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