Dora is quite a friendly character but she is very shy to begin with, easily frightened and needs to know she's safe before really opening up. She originally came to PRA with her sister and 3 week old kittens. Dora and her sister were sharing the role of feeding/mothering each other’s kittens, which shows how caring this little girl is. She loves to eat, play with toys and absolutely adores children. She likes tummy rubs and has a very sweet face with the most beautiful eyes. She is a very chatty little cat and her ‘beauty spot’ makes her the Cindy Crawford of the cat world! She loves to explore new environments and comes to life in the evening when she becomes extremely vocal… and very loud with it! She is extremely clean and uses her litter tray from day 1 and thereon without fail. She will, when eventually confident, join you on the sofa and watch TV with you but won’t sit on your lap and isn’t keen on pats or selfies (we tried and failed). She likes her space and is quite independent but she does require companionship, attention and love. Dora is the epitome of easy care, she isn’t demanding, she is affectionate, she is fun and we are convinced she can meow 'harry’!
Companions (Children, Cats & Dogs)
She loves being around children (aged 6 to 10) and isn’t phased by noise, balls, running around and the general chaos that goes with kids. She loves attention from them.
Likes / Dislikes
Dora likes to play with dangly toys, cardboard boxes, small balls, cat tunnels and chasing string/ribbon/fabric. She loves it when there are people at home to keep her company and loves to walk around the lounge keeping watch. She loves sitting under beds, inside boxes and on window sills. She loves wet food morning and evening and likes to have dry food available throughout the day/night. She doesn't like loud noises, sudden human movements and possibly has a fear of men. Dora needs slow introductions.