Unfortunately we are having to give up our girl oreo.
Oreo has had all her vaccinations, has been regularly flead and wormed from the time we got her.
Oreo would be suitable to a home with no young children or other animals.
We are having to give her up as she does not deal with the stress of our young kids and the loud environment she is in. Oreo has had 2 litters in her time with us with other things coming up we have not gotten round to doing so, would highly advise getting this done ASAP. We do have a male in our home who we do our best to keep separate from her unless supervised and she has not yet come into heat again however I want to be transparent here in the fact there is always a real possibility she could be pregnant though doubtful I wouldn't want any surprises!
Oreo likes the outdoors and is very independent if you was hoping to keep her inside be warned she is very stealthy and she will find a way. Oreo has a big appetite for a small cat so also be prepared for that and know that you can never leave food unattended! That also means making sure your bin isn't accessible.
Oreo gets bored easily so needs stimuli such as a scratching post or she will go for your carpet as we've found out since our daughter broke our last one!
Having said all this in a more suitable environment some of Oreos less desirable behaviours may resolve. I have also begun to contact catterys and charities to find her a home.