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Please meet Saffy,

Saffy is a beautiful 8 year old girl who came into our care to find a new home due to becoming stressed around the children in her previous home. Because of this Saffy is looking for a quiet adult only home.

Saffy has a condition called Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome (FHS), this means saffy feels extreme sensitivity on her back, at the base of her tail. Saffy will stare at her tail, then attack the tail while vocalising. Saffy is on medication to help reduce her symptoms, she will need to remain on this medication throughout her life. Saffy usually takes the medication well in her food or treats. Saffy would like to find an owner who would be willing to learn about this condition and someone with experience in giving cats medication.

Saffy can enjoy a gentle fuss on her terms, but due to the FHS she can be extremely sensitive to touch and has been known to hiss and swipe when being touched. Once her medication has kicked in she will calm down, her previous owners said that she would enjoy sitting on their lap for a cuddle. Saffy will need an understanding owner who will give her space when she needs it.

Saffy enjoys the time she spends in our outdoor cat enrichment area, she would like access to outdoors once she has settled into her new home.

Saffy can become stressed around other animals so she would like to be the only pet in the house. 

if you would like to know more about Saffy, please contact reception.

Saffy

Gender:
Female
Age:
5 - 10 years
Coat Type:
Short hair
Lifestyle:
Access to Outdoors
Age of Children in Family:
16+
Other Cats in Home:
No
Dogs in Home:
No
Sociability of Cat:
Likes to be around people

Centre: Bedfordshire - HULA

Address:
Bedfordshire - HULA, Glebe Farm, Salford Road,, Aspley Guise, Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire, MK17 8HZ
Phone Number:
01908 584000
Opening Times:
Open to visitors every Wednesday to Sunday and bank holiday Mondays between 1pm and 3pm (closed Monday and Tuesdays). We regret that due to the coronavirus outbreak, NAWT centres will remain closed to visitors until further notice. However, we are able to recommence rehoming under strict guidelines which are based on the Government’s current social distancing and our sector’s infection control guidance. If you are interested in rehoming any of our animals, please contact the rehoming centre directly by phone or email.
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All cats taken in by the National Animal Welfare Trust are:

  • Medically checked by a vet and treated if necessary
  • Assessed by our experienced animal care team to understand the type of home they require for their own particular needs
  • Vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and neutered
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  • Given an individual training plan according to their needs.