Tom is a 2 year old black and white male who was brought into RSPCA care with Henry after his owner sadly passed away. He has been flea treated, wormed, neutered, micro-chipped and started on his vaccinations.
This is what his fosterer had to say:
Tom has settled in well since he came to me on 5th Feb and enjoys his food and his sleep, like any normal cat he seeks out the warmest place to sleep next to the radiator in my kitchen is his favourite spot. He enjoys playing and adores to be brushed and combed. He does fuss around your legs when it is food time and generally likes a fuss on his terms. He is still gaining his confidence in coming into the family living room in the evenings to join us but I am sure he will come out of his shell more as he gets used to us. He does get jumpy when there are sudden loud noises in or outside the house.
Tom is a lovely cat with a calm temperament and has a quiet meow sometimes you can hardly hear him. He would suit a quiet household with someone who can give him lots of attention and fuss when he needs it. I think he will make a lovely pet for some lucky person
Henry who used to live with Tom previously has now been re-homed and although Tom is missing him he is also becoming more confident now he is alone as Henry was quite dominating. He is much more affectionate now and often sits on his fosterer’s knee for a cuddle. I am sure that Tom will continue coming out of his shell and will make a wonderful loving pet
Tom has come out of his shell more now and is getting more confident about being fussed, he voluntarily comes into the living room in the evenings now and gets on your knee he loves to have a fuss and enjoys being brushed and combed too. He is quite playful and chases around the house with the cat toys I have. He is a lovely gentle boy who enjoys his food and loves his sleep too. He has been putting weight on steadily since being with me as he was underweight when he came in to the RSPCA care but he seems to be ok now.
The vet said he is doing well and is a good size for his age I personally think he would suit a quiet home with older children and someone who has the time to give him the fuss and attention he craves.
He will give you love back in bucketfuls he truly is a lovely cat and deserves a loving new permanent home. “