Adoption

Adda, Freedom & Luxury

Date: 11 Apr 2024
Animal Type: Cats
Animal Names: Adda, Freedom & Luxury
Gender: Female
Colour: Black White (Adda) / Tortoiseshell (Freedom) / Torbie (Luxury)
Breed: Local Shorthair
Age: 7 years (Adda) / 8 years (Freedom & Luxury)
Training: Nil
Microchip: Yes
Sterilisation: Yes
Medical History: Freedom & Luxury have microchips, adopted from SPCA on 14/3/2016, AH Ref No. 132007 & 132063. I have their Adoption & Sterilisation papers. Adda doesn’t have microchip as she was a stray kitten when we rescued her in Dec.2016. All 3 cats sterilised. Adda started over-grooming ever since I moved to sleep in my mother’s bedroom in December last year. Freedom used to vomit after food 2-3 times a month, but since last year, she has improved to about once a month. In 2018, Luxury bit my daughter’s finger when accidentally startled. My daughter had to undergo surgery as it got badly infected. Ever since then, Luxury was moved into my brother’s bedroom. She’s always in hiding, running to hide when startled by any noise. I’ll need trained personnel to help trap Luxury into a cage because I’m very afraid she’ll scratch or bite me if I try to put her into a carrier.
Personality:
(1) Adda is lively and can’t resist cat teasers. She likes to sit on high places, get inside pails, sleep in boxes, snuggle with her room-mate Freedom. She’ll growl when I try to clip her claws but she behaves when she’s with the groomers. She likes both kibbles and canned food. She loves licking water flowing from the tap. She loves my pillow. She’s learnt to get along with Freedom because they live in the same bedroom, though they do fight from time to time.
(2) Freedom meows loudly for her food. She’s quite plump but can still leap to the top of drawers and shelves. She likes to sleep on my lap and my arm when I was sleeping in my own bedroom. She’ll let me carry her like a ragdoll, and completely relaxed whenever I clip her claws. She prefers canned food more than kibbles. She drinks water from a bowl.
(3) Luxury was a normal huggable kitten until Adda joined the family a year later, and many fights broke out between them. She became so defensively aggressive that she bit my teenage daughter’s finger when startled. So I moved her to my brother’s bedroom where she’s safely alone. She’s more calm now, and will come to me and let me pat her during feeding time, but will still react with pawing to scratch if I accidentally startle her. She needs a one-cat home.
Contact: Emily Lim, 90473617, [email protected]

Gender: Female
Breed: Local Shorthair
Colour: Black White (Adda) / Tortoiseshell (Freedom) / Torbie (Luxury)
Age: 7 years (Adda) / 8 years (Freedom & Luxury)