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No Dogs No Other Cats Children Quiet Home

Black Cherry is one of the cutest little cats you could meet, and as luscious as a...well, yes, a black cherry. She is between five and six years old, though looks younger because she is quite a petite lady She has that gorgeous sort of coat that is fluffy enough to give her cuddly fuzzy edges (now I'm sure you cat lovers know exactly what i mean) but not so long as to prove a high-maintenance grooming issue. Trust me on this one, Cherry is sooo good to cuddle. OK, purely in the name of research on behalf of you lovely people out there, I felt duty-bound to test Cherry-hugging out...awful I know, but someone has to do it...and I can definitely vouch for her squidgeability. The worst bit was having to put her down again.

Cherry previously lived in a settled and caring environment, but due to changes in the family set-up she became unhappy and unsettled and it was decided, reluctantly, to find a new home for her. She is initially slightly concerned but after you have given her a stroke (which she loves) and she decides you are fine, she relaxes and makes friends. She will also accept a gentle cuddle (see above). We are sure her confidence will continue to improve even further.

The best type of home for this prettiest of little girls would be a gentle one where young children are not a regular feature. It's possible that Cherry would also prefer to be an only pet. Just one look at her sweet little face is, I'm sure, enough for you to be reaching for the phone or the email to ask to meet her, so we look forward to hearing from you as soon as possible.

Could you offer Cherry a loving home? Click here if you are interested in adopting Cherry.


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