A reluctant yet compliant cuddler
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Millie came to us as a single newborn with her mum Mia. Mum, was very scared and not approachable without creative means of distraction and protection! Perhaps mum's influence rubbed off on Millie as she's just not that thrilled about cuddles or pats, despite getting them from a young age.
She prefers to hang out with her friends or on her own unless it's meal or playtime ... that's when she'll give in and let you pick her up for a cuddle or stay still for a pat. The look on her face though is quite hilarious as you can tell she is just going through the motions to let you get it out of your system and quickly move on. I'm hopeful she's still to meet the right human cat whisperer that will break down her walls. Maybe that human is you?
Like many of the other cats she hangs out with, she enjoys chasing string toys and lazing about up on her cat tree, taking in the sights and sounds of the day.
She does give new cats a bit of a tough time before being accepted into the circle so will be happiest rehomed on her own, or with one of her friends/mum.
She still loves to have an occassional rumble with her mum. It's very sweet to see those moments that show how much they love each other, even though she is a big girl now.
She has been desexed and is up to date with vaccinations, flea & worming. She has also been tested negative for FIV & FeLV.
Millie does have a low grade heart murmur, which means she shouldn't run excessively but other than that it hasn't shown any signs of affecting her health or life day to day.