Gypsie arrived in rescue as a stray after giving birth near a member of public’s garden. She had 3 kittens a boy and 2 girls and is being a fantastic mum to them.

Her foster carer says:-

” Although Gypsie is a little shy when you first meet once she trusts you she is a very loving cat that appreciates even the smallest amount of attention. She loves to greet us at the door along with her boy Bali. Gypsie loves to follow and watch what you are doing talking to you and commenting on whatever it is you’re doing! She has a very distinctive meow that she uses to it’s advantage at breakfast time. Her new owners must be prepared to buy her lots of brightly coloured mice as she plays with them that much they only last a week. She is a pure pleasure to have in your home and is full of love and affection, she will make someone very happy”

Gypsie is fine with other cats but seems to be quite scared of hearing dogs bark and will often hide away.

She has been a stray and used to having outdoor access which she’d like to continue.

She can be skittish around younger children and doesn’t like being held so would prefer older children.

Gypsie will be neutered, microchipped and vaccinated as well as being up to date with flea and worm treatment.

She is being fostered in West Bridgeford Nottingham.

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Thank you Gypsie

Please note that Gypsie will be ready to visit from Sunday 16th July. Please email the rescue on or after this date to arrange an appointment. #Adoption process

Gypsie & kittens