Meet Oliver; he is a thirteen-year-old (plus) domestic short-haired black (going brown) neutered male cat that was brought to us as a stray in the middle of July 2007. It always seems particularly sad when we have older cats brought in as strays. You wonder how long it has been since they have been in the comfort of a loving home and had a warm lap to curl up on.
With Oliver, you think he must have had a loving history as he is such a sweet, good-natured cat, who just loves a cuddle and lots of affection.
It appears that he has an abdominal mass but this doesn’t seem to affect his lovely, sweet temperament and our veterinary team have planned an exploratory examination however, obviously the outcome is questionable. Because of this and his age, he could either be an indoor cat or have access to a secure garden. We are seeking a loving new home where he can get lots of TLC as he craves attention for whatever time he might have left.
Oliver will go out on assisted adoption which means that the Home will pay for his veterinary bills with regards to his current condition. He loves a bit of a fuss, a lap to curl up on and as he is in his twilight years is looking for a caring home where he can keep you company and able to snooze the afternoons away – he just likes to sleep and eat and not much in-between! Oliver is house-trained, gets on well with other cats, and would be fine in a family where children are sensible aged 8+.
If you are interested in offering Oliver a new home please ask in reception as he is in the isolation cattery and this is not on general public viewing. Can you give our old boy the love and devotion he deserves at his age?