Hi, I have a 10 month old all white Turkish Angora x British Shorthair housecat with 1 blue eye, 1 green eye, needing a new loving home, she is very special as she is completely deaf, so will need lots of love, patience and understanding.
She has been deaf from birth, we have done all sorts of sound tests, there is total deafness. She is very unique, has such a loving, affectionate personality, loves her cuddles, but likes her alone time too. She loves to play and loves her toys..
I'm needing to find a new home for her due to myself and my daughters allergies getting worse, we have tried alsorts to help, but nothing is working.
We are so very sad to have to rehome her, so we are hoping to find her a very special home, that has the patience for her,
but we have tried everything we can think of to keep her.
All we want is a loving home for her, where she will still get the same if not more amount of affection that she already gets with us.
If you feel that you could give her a beautiful home, please get in touch. We'd love you to come and meet her.
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