Hazel came to Abbey Cats in December 2022 after being found on the streets (likely abandoned) and has been doing very well acclimatizing to life in her foster homes.

Hazel's first home was pet-filled and she seemed to be a bit shy and apprehensive around the other animals so she moved to a foster home where she is a single pet and she's loving life!

Hazel is an incredibly sweet cat who absolutely loves her humans and isn't afraid to let them know it!
She is always asking for pets by nudging her cute nose into her humans and wrapping her tail around their legs.
She loves to be physically close with her humans and be positioned so she can see them.

Hazel is a very vocal cat and loves to "chat" (i.e. meow and chirp).
She is also extremely clean and spends lots of time grooming herself, which is probably why her fur is amazingly soft.
She has beautiful markings with big curious eyes.
Hazel's favourite past times are being adorably affectionate with her humans, exploring every inch of her space, and perching herself on window sills to watch the world go by.

Hazel is a very chill cat who loves attention and would do well in a home that matched her relaxed and affectionate energy.
Hazel would do best in a home with humans who can be around most of the time to give her the love and attention she deserves.
She wouldn't do well in a home where she had to spend too much time alone.

She hasn't been in a home with children but she'd probably be okay with children as long as they respected her space/wishes.

Hazel would be happy as an only cat if there was plenty of human interaction but would also be fine with one or two friendly respectful cats.

Bonus points if your place has lots of windows where Hazel can enjoy being perched on.

Additional Info

  • Sex: Female
  • Age: Adult
  • DOB: Dec 10, 2018
  • Colour: Brown Tabby
  • Breed: Domestic S Hair
  • Special Notes: None
  • Spay/Neuter: Yes
  • Special Needs: No
  • Microchipped: Yes
  • Vaccinated: Yes
  • Good with Kids: Probably
  • Good with Dogs: Unknown
  • Good with Cats: With the right respectful cat
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