Who fancies a Royal visitor coming to stay at their house?
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A royal visitor could be on its way to your home if you fancy opening your door to a princess.
A national cat rescue group is on a mission to re-home a guest that is currently living in the Fens.
Princess McFluff, a three-year-old, spayed, tabby and white female is in the care of Cat Welfare at Wisbech.
But she hopes to become the Queen of her own castle with a forever home to call her own.
A spokesman for Cat Rescue Resource, said: “The regal resident has a loving nature once she gets to know you, but her trust has to be earned. “So, in return for dedication, time and patience, a potential owner for Princess McFluff can expect to receive plenty of affection and the chance to give her lots of fuss.
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“A home with no other animals or children and an owner used to dealing with more cautious cats would be ideal for this feline to flourish.”
Cat Chat, a national online cat rescue resource, is featuring Princess McFluff on the overlooked cats section of its website, in a bid to help her find the home she needs.
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Princess McFluffy is currently living at Cat Welfare in Wisbech that takes in stray, abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens with the aim of rehoming them in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and surrounding areas.
• To see Princess McFluff and other cats for adoption visit their website.