PATCH - SNUGGLE FOR DAYS
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1 year old, neutered male
Patch is quite shy at first but once he gets to know you, will happily sit next to you, and let you pet him. Patch loves to be cuddled and held tight to feel secure and loved. He is playful – but not a handful and happy to be held, play, and sleep next to his humans. He loves to be in close to his humans and will sleep in the bed with them until the morning when it’s time to wake up. He will seek out the sunspot and lay on his back and nap.
He is easy-going cat, would be a great fit for a family, a perfect first pet or anyone looking for a cat that can slip into their home as a family member without much settling in. However, he is quite food aggressive which means a home without any other felines would be better for him.
He has beautiful markings - he is white with a splash of cappuccino-coloured markings and dense fur to make him all that cuddlier.
Other cats: He is currently in a foster home with another cat and despite them cuddling and grooming each other, he has taken to bully he resident cat and is quite the alpha.
We don’t know what he would be like with dogs, but a proper introduction is a must. And we’d like to know more about the dog in advance to help advise if it could be a good fit.
He is in a foster home in Surrey, with a toddler and welcomes all the time offered given that the children are taught boundaries. He doesn’t bite or scratch, all-round gentle.
Having been rescued in a terrible condition he was treated for gastrointestinal issues. He loves wet food but in small portions. He requires dry food to be administered in small portions throughout the day otherwise he will eat until he makes himself sick. Therefore, his furever home will need to be dedicated to managed feeding schedule.
Patch isn’t streetwise so he would need to remain an indoor cat, supervised outdoor time is fine or a safe enclosure in the garden is a must if you plan to let him outside.
1 years old, fully socialised, housetrained, vaccinated, microchipped, and neutered. Negative for FIV/FeLV. Positive for calicivirus which is non symptomatic, apart from some gingivitis which is managed with diet and gel for his gums which isn’t an issue to administer.