Martini came to the shelter with her kittens in 2017, when they were found living as strays in an area inundated with stray cats.
Martini’s litter have all been re-homed, but after a tough start to her life, Martini has had a few issues. She has been treated for 2 bouts of ringworm and she suffers with persistant urine infections. Martini also has problems with back pain due to an old injury, for these issues she is on pain relief and medication. She does need a urine test every 3 months to monitor her symptons and ensure she is getting everything she needs.
Martini is a lovely girl with a big personality and loves to snooze and look out of the window in the afternoon. She would be better suited to a home with no other animals or young children. She can be quite shy until she gets to know and trust you, but when she does she is a delight. She will need access to safe outdoor space, and we think this will do her some good after being at the shelter for so long now.
If you think you can give Martini a nice, quiet home please pop to the shelter to speak to a member of staff about her.
Due to Martini’s health requirements she is looking for a long term foster home where she can live for the rest of her life with the support of the shelter.
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If you are interested in adopting Martini, please visit the shelter on Wed and Fri 1:30pm - 3:00pm or Sat and Sun 1:00pm - 3:30pm