She was originally in a room with about 20 other cats – this made her very cranky and probably made the skin problem worse. She was moved to a smaller room with only a couple other cats to deal with. Her skin and fur are just fine now, and the red places are gone – the result of the prednisolone and a more stress-free environment.
Amber is apparently not a big fan of other cats. She would prefer to be the only cat in her home and would be great company. She likes people and would probably be amenable to lap-cat duty. She has a great appetite and loves fish. Amber would probably need a quiet, stable, mature home with no stress. If this describes your surroundings, then come on over and meet this pretty little sweetheart.
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