Peppa came to Abbey Cats from a shelter.
She was surrendered after her family was unable to pay for her pyometra surgery, and she remained at the shelter for a few weeks to have her surgery completed and recover.
As you can imagine, it was a difficult transition for her especially since Peppa is terrified of other cats.
To undergo a medical procedure on top of losing her family is a heavy change for a kitty.
Going into her foster mom's home she was, understandably, a little apprehensive for the first few days given what she had been through.
It was clear though that she was desperate for human companionship.
Despite the occasional hissing on the first two days she would still curl up into her foster mom's lap for some cuddles and loves to be social and stay nearby.
Peppa has since left her hissing days behind and is also very keen on snuggles in bed or at your feet while you work.
She is a lovely companion to have and a wonderful supervisor of work tasks.
Peppa is so quiet and polite it is a treasure to have her around.
Peppa does not appear to be big into playtime or perhaps we have yet to discover her favourite toy, but her favourite part of her day is certainly food time.
She is more than capable of putting on the most convincing faces that suggest unlimited meals a day are more than acceptable.
Her new home will have to have a strong will to avoid caving in to her persuasive arguments for more food!
Peppa is still a little cautious but she should be okay with another cat in the home as long as introductions are done slowly, and she is given some space.