I am looking to rehome my female cat Efi. She just turned 4 years is very friendly and small in size.
We had a beautiful life together but due to us living in a flat I am having neighbours disagreements as she is very playful and likes to run around which causes noise for the neighbors below.
On another hand I am in my most busy period and find almost no time to take her for walks and give her the attention she needs.
My new business will soon involve travelling on a regular basis, which complicates things even further.
When I went on holiday trips I always took her with me but now I will be travelling for work and won’t be possible.
Its hard to see her being so bored all day and suffer closed in a flat with all the restrictions, as she is very lively, loves action outdoors and people.
Due to her energetic nature, she will need a home with a garden where she can run and play freely.
She is walk trained very comfortable outdoors, goes in a cat backpack on the way to the park does not cry in vehicle, airplane bus or train.
She is in great health as I am nutritionist myself and take good care of her. She’s been fed on organic food and raised with a lot of love and affection.
She will suit only soft nature cats,dogs or children to live with as she herself is very gentle.
Please get in touch if you have a garden or live in the countryside.
She is like my own child, so please don’t get offended when I ask questions.You are free to ask anything you like.
Home check and adoption fee applies.
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