Jess was being rehomed ‘home-from-home’ due to a change in circumstances but has now been taken in and is being rehomed through our pens. Jess has found it very hard to adjust to being in the pens, with her stress directed towards being in the vicinity of the cats in the other pens. She has come on really well with lots of socialisation and now happily plays and accepts strokes, which she loves. The following info has been compiled between info provided by her previous owners and our assessment:

General InfoJess would prefer a quieter home.

(Unfortunately she is struggling in the pens and needs a foster/understanding home ASAP. She is slowly coming around with lots of socialisation.)
Health infoGood health, has been wormed and flead, chipped
Indoor/OutdoorBoth – Jess likes to spend plenty of time outdoors when it’s warm, but happily comes inside for hours when it’s cold.
Litter TrainingYes
Behavioural InfoShe can be jittery around excited children
Children/dogsJess has never really been around children or dogs

17/09/21: Jess has come on absolutely amazingly. She now readily approaches for strokes and purrs happily. She loves being petted. She has peacefully greeted another cat! She can’t wait for her furever home. 

Has come a long way since joining us and is currently in our rescue pens. We are unsure how she would react being with other animals so a home with adults and no other pets may suit her best. She loves a fuss, but usually on her terms! Jessie, although 5 years old, loves to play ball. She is now getting frustrated at being in the pen situation as she has been used to being allowed outside. We are hoping someone with a big heart and who will understand her will give her a forever home some time soon.
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