Absolutely beautiful dilute calico cat for sale for no fault of her own. We're having to move out of our current home, and there's no way to take her with us. The only other option we have is to leave her with a rescue or put her down, and it'd honestly break our hearts.
After being left with us by my mother's ex-boyfriend and then-owner, Jojo has made her presence known. She's a stunning cat, and even more so for how loving she is, always willing to meet new people and explore new places. She's one of the most adaptable cats I've ever known. She'll do absolutely anything to be brushed and loves birdwatching, though she has been known to wander further than you'd like when she's been let outside, so it's recommended that she's kept an indoor cat! She adores attention and loves to be held, but is also independent enough that time alone doesn't bother her.
Jojo does have chronic upper respiratory infections, and so constantly has a snotty nose, but treatment is generally simple and based on treating symptoms; some time spent with you in a steamy bathroom is generally enough to clear up her sinuses a bit, though she may occasionally need some antibiotics subject to a vet's discretion if her symptoms get particularly bad.
Other than that, she's an absolute pleasure to have around the house. We're unsure of exactly how old she is, but we know she's up there - probably in the later teens, but shows no sign of slowing down yet. Littertrained, childfriendly, catfriendly, etc etc. I'd love to see her go to a household with another cat, since the cat we had as a companion for her passed away a few months ago and they were very close.
Please email or message me if interested! I don't tend to pick up phone calls from unknown numbers.
Jojo will come with food and water bowl, litter tray, her bed and some toys. We don't have a car, so she can't be delivered unless in walking distance in New Whittington, Chesterfield.
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