Samuel – you’ve got to love him. With his runny eyes and sniffly nose, not to mention the occasional bout of feline acne, you would think that he might get a touch of Persian petulance every now and again. Not a bit of it, the only grumpy thing about him is the look on his face and he can’t help that, as he is, after all, a proper Persian.
He is a loving, chatty, happy-go-lucky fellow who requires a special home where he will be cared for and loved for the rest of his life, both in sickness and in health. In return, you will have an adorable little friend who will follow you round, sit on your lap and tell you his cat tales while you brush his hair.
Samuel will need to be the only cat in his new home, which must provide a stress-free environment for him with no young children or dogs. It should be a quiet home in a low cat density environment, preferably outside London, with his own garden or roof terrace.
His new owners must be financially secure, as there will be ongoing veterinary bills and they must be committed to providing daily eye treatment for their little soldier.