She’s a lively, entertaining cat who will keep your family amused for hours on end, yet Freya still hasn’t found a home since being dumped at the Leybourne RSPCA centre.

She is a four year old tortoiseshell domestic short hair who was dumped in the animal centre car park back in September after she had a litter of kittens.

 

Angelina Lusher, who is Leybourne’s cattery supervisor said: “Freya is an independent girl who is affectionate on her own terms.

 

“She has a very active mind and needs constant stimulation otherwise she gets into mischief.

 

“She is an outdoor type who hates being shut in.

 

“Freya  would be fine to live with older, primary school age children and we would be prepared to let her try living with a dog already used to cats, but not another cat.”

 

If you think your family has the energy and verve to give Freya a loving home please take yourself along to the RSPCA Leybourne Animal Centre.

 

Angelina said: “I cannot stress enough what a fabulous cat she would make someone, she is very entertaining!”

 

Anyone interested in rehoming Freya should pay a visit to the animal centre at: 199 Castle Way, Leybourne, West Malling, Kent ME19 5HW.

 

The centre is open 11am – 4pm every day except Wednesday.

 

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