Lonely Tipsy looks for purrfect home

Meet Tipsy who always has a spring in her step – but is sadly a rescue pet who is being overlooked.

Sadly, despite her very loving nature, 12-year-old Tipsy, who is currently at the RSPCA Newport Adoption Centre, hasn’t yet found a home after being in the care of the charity for more than two months.

Courtney Murphy, rehoming supervisor at the in-store RSPCA adoption centre which is based at the Newport Pets At Home, said: “Tipsy is an older girl who was a little shy when she first arrived at the centre, but with time and patience has really come out of her shell and now enjoys cuddles and affection off her carers.

“Tipsy loves her food and will always be there to say hello in the morning and loves a bit of fuss and loves to roll around on the floor.

“Sadly she is being overlooked and we do think that it may be due to her age. Tipsy would be the ideal companion. She is so laid back and is just desperate for a home to call her own.”

Tipsy came into the care of the RSPCA after sadly her owner passed away. After some love and TLC at the adoption centre – which has now been open since December 2013 – she is ready for a forever home.

Courtney added: “Tipsy would like an adult only home, with adopters who have experience owning cats. Tipsy would like a calmer home with her own room whilst she settles. She would also like to be the only pet in the home.”

If you can offer Tipsy a purrfect retirement home please Online Application Form or you can visit her profile on Find A Pet.

The RSPCA is providing dedicated cost of living support for worried pet owners, with a recently-opened telephone helpline on 0300 123 0650 and an online hub, which has lots of practical tips and advice, including details of pet food bank schemes.

To help the RSPCA continue rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming animals in desperate need of care please visit our website or call our donation line on 0300 123 8181.

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