I have since relocated to the NT to follow my career and unfortunately my circumstances have note allowed me to bring Nalah, which is devastating, writing this add is going to be one of the hardest things I have had to do.
Nalah is currently being fostered by a family member but from the start of March, she will need to find a new home.
ABOUT NALAH AND RHI'S LIFE.
I have had Nalah since she was just 8 weeks old.
We have been through a lot together, a few house moves, different partners and friends coming and going. She gets along with pretty much just about everyone, especially if you give her a good scratch on the belly... yes, thats right! The belly scratch is real with this one and she wont claw you for it. :)
Nalah enjoys morning coffee and cuddles in bed with you and will definitely give you a few early morning head butts if you aren't getting up on your normal schedule. Her daily routine mostly consists of lounging on the couch arms, the end of your bed, or finding a nice sunny space by the window (often on some clean washing..)
When you come home from work, she will greet you with a few cute meows and start brushing up against walls, couches, tables, anything to get attention! Make sure you keep an eye on that raw chicken at dinner time too. Anything in a freezer sounding bag she will go nuts for, especially deli ham!
Some days Nalah has 'off days' when she doesn't want pats or attention.. just food and water. (like all of us really).
She gets fed around 8pm every night and if you in the middle of an episode, she will NOT care 8pm is 8pm. Of course if you are out later, she will basically race you to the food bowl when you walk through that door.
Nalah is an 'only child' and doesn't get along well with households that have dogs and or other cats. She also isnt a huge fan of tiny pitta patter humans (0-2 yo).
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