You might well hear Farrah before you see her. She has a very loud purr. Sometimes, she’ll hang out under the couch in her room, and on such occasions it can seem like the whole sofa is purring!
Farrah is a funny girl. She’s super easy-going and very relaxed and will start to purr before you even begin petting her. Yet we have had to babyproof the cabinets in our lounge because she’s so determined to get into them (and somehow figured out how to do just that). There’s also a sign on the lounge’s bathroom door warning people to close the door after themselves, because Farrah has gotten shut into the bathroom overnight once or twice. It isn’t that you see her running toward a cabinet or the open bathroom door. In fact, you don’t see her running at all. Somehow, however, she manages to get into places she shouldn’t, which you simply don’t expect it from such a chill feline.
Farrah is fine around other cats, except for one furry mischief who repeatedly tries to steal her food. She can be a little shy in new environments and would likely take a bit of time to adjust. She’s just an all around sweet girl.
Due to her diabetes, Farrah is one of our special needs cats. As some proof of her mellow nature, Farrah receives insulin injections but has no problem with them. Her diabetes has been stable over the long term. She does eat a diabetic-safe diet, but it is not particularly expensive.
We love our laid-back girl, but our ultimate goal is to see her adopted into a forever home where she can be cherished just the way she is. We know that not everyone can adopt a diabetic feline. If you have room in your heart and home for a Special Needs cat, Farrah might be a great match. We know that Farrah will make somebody a devoted, loving companion. Could it be you?