It is about time you met our Gypsy.
Gypsy came into the centre via the vets as an injured stray, she was not in the best of ways and had to
have the top of her left ear removed. This does not cause any issues for her.
Gypsy certainly has “tortitude”, she is a head strong girl but also quite wary and sensitive.
She has been with us since November 2020 and in that time we have made progress but it is very slow.
She will now let us stroke her, she does initiate it and enjoys it but mainly only when she is being given food.
If suddenly she does not like it or gets startled she will hiss and lash out at you.
She rarely goes outside during the day, apart from using her litter tray but she does tend to avoid going out when any staff or volunteers are around.
It may take Gypsy some weeks, months or even longer for her to feel completely comfortable and settled in a new environment.
She will need a very dedicated, patient and understanding owner who is willing to let her do her own thing and not expect anything in return.
Hopefully with time she will be able to trust her new owners and enjoy being in a home environment.
Gypsy will be a rewarding challenge for the right owner.
Due to Gypsy’s needs a home with no other animals and no children would be ideal for her.
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