Misha's Story

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Misha was seen roaming around the local shop and park as a kitten for quite a few weeks before her rescue. After realizing she was lost and seeking comfort, she was taken in and had her tummy filled.

The vets and animal rescue were contacted to see if her owner would come forward, but it became apparent she didn’t have one until she was taken in.

It took her quite a while to get use to human contact as she would bite and scratch arms and legs when she was nervous.

A year on and she has fully settled in with her buddies Salem and Maisie. She sits at the table on her chair at dinner time and loves a snuggle at bedtime.

Likes and Dislikes

Misha absolutely loves her food, her favourite is the Eden Original Cuisine with the Turkey and Herring wet food mixed together.

She also likes to sit on the garden wall and lick the spider webs with the occasional spider. Her favourite toy is a crumpled-up foil ball that she bats around the kitchen.

She dislikes being locked out of the bathroom; she thinks it’s a family moment and wants to share the experience by sitting in the shower.

She doesn’t take to kindly being woken up by her furry friend Salem as sleep her second-best activity after eating.

Health Care and Feeding

As Misha is an albino, she has slightly different requirements to the regular moggy. Albinism is a lack of pigment in her genetic material, which can make her more sensitive to light and her surroundings as her skin is quite sensitive.

During the summer, Misha requires UV protection spray on her ears as they can become burnt quite easily.

Her bedding needs to be washed in sensitive detergent along with human bedding as she spends 75% of her time asleep.

Her diet is complete with Eden products as they contain many super ingredients, such as Omega 3 and 6 for her skin and coat and the chamomile for the calming and anti-inflammatory properties.

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