10 Month(s)





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Hello humans, my name is Lottie and I’m lovely!

My foster family call me Little Lottie because I still have some growing to do. I’m a young little lady who’s had a difficult start to life which has made me a little nervous and jumpy. It has taken me several weeks to settle into my foster home, but I’ve come a long way. When I first arrived, I would hide most of the time, although even when I was really nervous I still accepted lots of pats because I love a scratch behind my ears and I’m hoping my forever home will give me lots! Lately I have been feeling much more relaxed and I have become very playful. I get the zoomies regularly and I love climbing in and out my scratching post.

I get along really well with the 12yo girl that lives here. I even jump on her bed in the morning to get pats and wriggle down under her doona. I’ll sit with her to watch tv too. I like to be around the humans in the house and I’ll say hello in the mornings and seek affection, but I’m still a bit jumpy when the humans move quickly. I don’t love getting picked up, it’s fine for short periods and I don’t react, it’s just I’d rather keep my feet on the floor and I’ll let you know by pushing away, don't worry I won’t scratch you though.

My foster family think I’ll get used to cuddles over time. I’m not a fussy eater and I’m a tidy litter user. I love chasing flies, spiders and to watch birds in the garden through the window. I love playing with toys and when my toys get tidied up and put in a box, I love getting them all out again!

My foster family think that over time and as I get older, I will relax even more and become a very loyal companion. My forever family will need to understand that I need a patient approach and that they will need to earn my trust. I have a very sweet and gentle charm that makes it hard not to fall in love with me, but if you come to meet me, please understand I will probably hide.

I hope there’s someone out there who is special like me, and we can get to know each other slowly and be the best of friends forever xx

Please note, Lottie has not been tested with other cats, dogs or small children. Small children would probably be too noisy and unpredictable for Lottie, but older children would be fine.

Lottie is desexed, microchipped, up to date with vaccinations, flea and worm treatments.

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