Daisy is chill purrball who loves to bask in the sun, cuddle with her human, and have some playtime with a stick/string toy, and is in need of a family who will give her all the attention and love she deserves.
We took Daisy and her adoptive sister Cherokee (not bonded) in from a family member who had a housing situation occur. While it was hoped to be a temporary stopgap for them, in reality housing has been difficult for them and we became permanent guardians/foster parents for Daisy.
Please note that she came to us with front paws declawed already. She came to her previous owner from another human in an odd situation, so we don't have an exact age - a rough estimate is she is about 10 years old. She shows no signs of litterbox issues or aggression, she has been all love and purr. She is fine being picked up to be moved or loved on, set on your lap, and will allow you to touch her feet just fine. She needs brushed twice a week, she is a bit of a shedder.
Why are we re-homing?
We have our own family pets, our work, family – and we just don’t have the ability to keep them and give them the love and support they deserve and need. The previous owner is working to find all vet records, and can help us answer questions about their life before living in my home as needed.