Moonbeam

With a history like Moonbeam's it's not hard to fall in love at first sight.
She may have come to Abbey Cats pregnant and hopeless but that soon changed!

She's had her kittens and is very happy in her current foster home with another kitty here for company.

Moonie as her foster likes to call her is an absolute sweetheart.
She's not willing to let go of her control of gravity just yet so holding her is not easily done.... but she's warming up to it.
She has taken to climbing into her human's lap to curl up and sleep.
She prefers to come to you for snuggles and head butts.

Moonie is very affectionate but also a bit timid around new things and people.
She's very curious and fairly confidant in a new setting despite her shyness.

Moonbeam has some seasonal allergies that are mostly under control.
She sneezes a bit and has watery eyes at times.
She knows her limits though and doesn't play as much as Cleo would like!
They both enjoy playing together but Cleo is a bit too aggressive for Moonie's laidback nature so they don't need to be adopted together.

Moonbeam is very laidback and loves to sleep... pretty much anywhere that's closeby to her human.
She's been fostered with other cats and mainly tolerates them but at times she does seek comfort or offer comfort to the other cat in her foster home.

Moonbeam would love a home where she will be spoiled and cared for like the princess she is at heart.
She loves to be petted and brushed.
She's very polite too with Cleopatra as well, giving her first go at the toys when playing.
Cleopatra is possibly from one of Moonbeam's earlier litters. They were both pregnant upon arriving to Abbey Cats.

At this time it's possible she would enjoy the company of a non dominant cat

  
   
Moonbeam and Cleopatra



 

 

Additional Info

  • Sex: Female
  • Age: Adult
  • DOB: Jul 15, 2020
  • Colour: Muted calico, mostly white
  • Breed: Domestic S Hair
  • Special Notes: Chronic Wheezing / seasonal allergies
  • Spay/Neuter: Yes
  • Special Needs: Yes
  • Microchipped: No
  • Vaccinated: No
  • Good with Kids: Unknown
  • Good with Dogs: Unknown
  • Good with Cats: Yes
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