Lady Chatterley (AKA Mush) Half Maine Coon For Sale With All Accessories

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Key Facts

Pet Type: Cats
Pet Breed: Mixed Breed
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 1 year 6 months 4 days
Microchipped: Yes
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: Yes
Neutered: Yes
Registered: No
Published on: 29 March 2024
Modified on: 11 April 2024
Location: Bradford

Advert Details

This is Lady Chatterley, nickname Mush. She is 1 year and 5 months old. Half Maine-Coon. She likes to fall asleep next to you or run around you outside with the zoomies and demands chin scratches, cheek scratches and any other kind of scratch. She's very fluffy and soft. She can get scared easily and would do best in a quiet household, without other pets, but makes an excellent companion cat especially for somebody that wants the company. She can be very chatty (other nickname chatters!) and gives lots of meows and purrs!

She has been vaccinated, spayed, and microchipped and hasn’t had any health problems since getting her as a kitten. She is litter trained and never had an accident. She is a darling whenever she is with me or with my husband but we are having to re-home her because she has bonded strongly to my husband (they spent all their time together in the house) and doesn't like when we three are together (hissing etc. but never scratched or bitten) and our house being tiny we cannot avoid this, and it’s not happy for any of us. This is not a sale we ever wanted to do and I am heartbroken but hope that a new environment will be best for her. Please good homes only, she deserves it.

We don’t have a car so collection only. You’re welcome to book a visit to see her first.
She comes with the following items:
1. Dry food (Whiskas)
2. Cat litter
3. Cat litter tray
4. Travel box
5. Dreamies Catnip Treats
6. Two packs of poo bags
7. Collar and bells
8. Vet collar
9. Flea pills (25 I think)
10. Claw cutting scissors
11. Harness and leash
12. Brush
13. Valerian calming drops
14. Two syringes (for giving her any liquid medicines)
15. Vaccination record
16. Microchip card
17. Water and food bowl

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