Poppy is estimated about 3 and half to 4 years old, black with a couple of white smudges domestic short haired female cat.Poppy has had a very traumatic few months. She was found as a stray in a very poor state. Poppy had a very badly injured tail, which sadly had to be amputated by the vet. On arrival to us at C.P. Ipswich, as you can imagine, poor Poppy was severely traumatised, refusing to come out of the security of her hide, when any human approached.Over the last 3 months we have managed to gain her trust, with a lot of time and patience. Poppy will now approach me and will allow herself to be stroked. Poppy takes Dreamies by hand, and now feels comfortable enough to eat whilst someone is in the pen with her.She made friends with the other foster cat, rubbing up against her door and rolling over in front of him.Poppy is up to date with her vaccinations, has been microchipped, treated to worms and fleas.It is believed that she had previously been spayed after investigation via the vet.Poppy will definitely need to be rehomed to a very quiet household, with no other pets or children, she is still extremely nervous of noise and sudden movements.Anyone prepared to take on Poppy will have to have a very good understanding of cat behaviour, lots of patience and love for her.