- 7 years approx
- Domestic Short Hair
- Arrived 16th October, 2020
- Fostered in Macclesfield
Gaz, named by the vets, was rescued off the streets by an RSPCA Inspector. This poor boy has had it rough! He had conjunctivitis, a very snotty nose, snotty paws and brown staining, lice and a few battle scars. But he wasn’t feral. He was someone’s cat once as he’s the friendliest, softest lap cat you could ever meet.
He is relishing the safe, warm foster home he’s found himself in; within 24 hours of arriving he sought the lap of his foster dad. He has had all the relevant treatment he needs and has started vaccinations, has been microchipped and neutered, he has also had a dental with just one extraction, he is currently on eye drops.
Now for the important bit; he is infected with FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus.) This means he must be an indoor cat. So, for this reason, we’re not looking for the norm for him. We would love to find him a home with an outdoor pen attached to the property so he can come and go as he pleases, or a fence roll topper or cat fence barriers. This means he can enjoy the garden but be contained. We would also consider a large property with lots of space and enrichment. Whoever is lucky enough to adopt Gaz will never look back!
Update from fosterer: Gaz is such a loving cat who just wants to jump on your lap as soon a you sit down, but he knows to wait for you to set a blanket as he loves to massage you back with his claws. He loves a good snack, he will always follow you to the kitchen thinking it’s feeding time. He is a smart cat and knows how to get your attention if he wants or needs anything. He is certainly looking for a loving family who has the time to chill and relax together with a little play time in between feedings. He’s just a loving, caring and calm cat.
For more information on FIV – click here.
And, some advice on enrichment for cats kept indoors – click here.
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