- 10 years old
- Domestic shorthair
- Arrived 25th September, 2021
- Boarded at Rode Heath
Maeve is absolutely stunning! Sadly, she has come back into our care after she was adopted from us 10 years ago. The owner is moving into a rented property and couldn’t take Maeve with her.
Disappointingly Maeve has never seen a vet since adoption for her yearly health checks and vaccination boosters. Despite this, Maeve is in tip-top condition.
We requested she had a full health check prior to coming into our care and thankfully the vet gave her the all-clear, she also has restarted her vaccinations.
Maeve is a gorgeous, sweet and very affectionate girl. She is quite timid and first and does need a quiet home. She has never lived with children and apparently doesn’t like to be around them. The next-door cat used to bully Maeve and she has never lived with other animals so a pet free home is best. She has lovely shiny fur and she just loves your attention!
DID YOU KNOW?
In some cultures, the black cat is actually considered to be a symbol of good luck. Confusing, we know considering the myths!
- Scotland: a black cat appearing on your doorstep is a sign of prosperity
- England: in the Midlands, a black cat as a wedding present is thought to bring good luck to the bride
- France: In the south of France, black cats are referred to as ‘matagots’ or ‘magician cats’ and according to local superstition, feeding and treating them well will bring good luck to the owner.
- Northern Europe: it is believed that taking in and caring for a black cat can ensure fair weather and safe passage during voyages on the sea
- Asia: owning a black cat is considered lucky
- Italy: if you hear a black cat sneeze, you are in for a streak of good luck
Log no. PC226 25/9/21