Poppy featured in Pete’s column in the Telegraph on Saturday 19th March 2016.
Poppy is just seven years old and is looking for a home for a second time as she has previously been adopted but unfortunately didn’t settle. Poppy seems to be nervous around men, but if you are gentle and patient she soon comes around.
She is a quiet girl and is not keen on being picked up but, with the right approach, she soon shows you her funny and cheeky side and will follow you everywhere, curl up on your lap and enjoy a good scratch around the ears and chin. Poppy is very loving and will make a fantastic pet for the right person. She would like to be the only pet in a calm and quiet environment, would love a garden to explore and a loving owner to curl up with.
If you live in the Sussex area and can offer her a home please get in touch with Cats Protection’s National Cat Adoption Centre on 01825 741 331. To see cats in need of homes in your area, please visit www.cats.org.uk