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    Female Cat 2 years old looking for new forever home.

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    This is Maisey she is a gorgeous two year old cat that I not long got but unfortunately she is really disliking my cats and dogs. I have given her a few weeks to try and get used to them but the longer it goes on the more stressed she is getting. She will be best suited in a home with no children or any other animals. If possible the option of going out might be good as she trys to get out my window but I'm in a top floor flat, so it isn't a option for me. Maisey is such a loving girl, she loves a fuss and all me and my partner wants for her is a loving forever home. This girl seems to of gone through alot in her past. Please someone offer her a great home. Please only call me on my number as I can not text back or please text me your number and I will try my best to call you. If you could email me if you can't call that will be great too.
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    yasmin99gower
    member since 15.05.2017
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