Lady needs some luck - and a new forever home
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Could lovely Lady the cat find her forever home with you? The RSPCA is now caring for this adorable pet for a second time.
Zoe Barrett, manager of the charity’s Martlesham animal centre, said: “Lady has very sadly been in our care twice now, as she was not getting on with the cat in her newest home.
“Lady can come across quite frustrated in the cattery, but, after spending some time in a home we have been told what a lovely, affectionate girl she is, with an independent, playful nature.
“We are so eager to find her a forever home so she can put life in the cattery behind her.”
Lady is five years old, and can be a little timid, but enjoys attention once she gets to know someone.
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She is on a prescription diet because of a skin allergy, but this is now under control and does not cause her any problems.
The RSPCA is looking for a home with no other dogs or cats, but Lady can live with older children, aged eight-plus.
If you think you could welcome Lady into your home, contact the RSPCA at Martlesham on 0300 9997321, or visit Lady’s page on the RSPCA website.
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