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Scheherazade in Blue Jeans
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And Charlotte. :( 
12th-Sep-2014 01:51 pm
So part of pet ownership is evaluating what the pet really needs - for Nick, that was time and space, but for Charlotte, it's being a solo cat. Locals, have you a currently-pet-free home for a beautiful little girl-cat? She is an absolute darling as long as she doesn't have to deal with other pets!

Charlotte left her last home because she needed more human attention; she vented her frustration by peeing on her owner's bed. She hasn't done that here (peed in the dining room once), so having a human around really does help her.

She is a doll; she'll give you lots of affection when there are no other pets around! She's a jumper and climber, and loves toys; she comes with a cat tree, a bunch of toys, a litter boxes, et cetera.

We can transport her a short-ish distance (New Hampshire, sure! Georgia, no!), but obviously a local home would be ideal. Also because we'd like to see her again!
*sigh* I didn't want to write this. But. I can no longer deny that she really needs to be the only pet in her home.
12th-Sep-2014 07:22 pm (UTC)
This is so sad, especially coming after reading the good news about Nick. But hats off to you for wanting to do what's best for Charlotte.
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12th-Sep-2014 08:30 pm (UTC)
It's tough! I really do adore her, but the epic battles with the other cats have gotten out of hand. So clear that she wants to be a solo cat.
12th-Sep-2014 09:51 pm (UTC)
Good luck.
15th-Sep-2014 03:04 am (UTC)
We are not sure, but we are at least seriously considering this. I am not sure we would be home ENOUGH to give her good attention, and our house is very not climbing-pet proof (plus, the only vet we know is out in Belmont :-) )

But we'll think about it. We're out of state all weekend and Andy's going on a trip next weekend, but we'll think about it soon.
15th-Sep-2014 01:52 pm (UTC)
Oh, let us know! <3
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