Age: 7 years approx
Ref Number: 115
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Rehoming – Profile
Floyd came into our care as his owner could no longer look after him.
Behaviour observations on site:
Poor Floyd was in a terrible state when he first came into us. He had one of the worst cases of feline allergic dermatitis we have ever seen. It was so severe his whole belly was ulcerated. Throughout all his treatment he has been a frantic bundle of energy that is constantly on the go. He hasn’t let his recovery or the fact he’s had a buster collar on most of the time, stop him for doing what he wants to do.
Floyd is a really affectionate and loyal boy, he will follow you everywhere with his individual strut and craves attention. His new owners need to be around most of the time as he does sometimes overgroom through boredom and loneliness.
Floyd occasionally plays with toys on the cattery floor but prefers rolling around in catnip and then covering you in it! He is very food motivated and is always looking for his next meal.
Floyd would be best suited as an only pet and can live with children aged 6+. He would love a house with a garden once settled. He does find the confinements of the cattery quite stressful.
We reserve the right to remove a reserve at any stage of the adoption process if we believe it is in the best interest of the cat.
Where Floyd has suffered with severe feline allergic dermatitis he will need vet prescribed flea treatment each month. It is possible Floyd has an unknown neurological condition due to unusual head and body movements, this does not affect his quality of life or stop him being a normal cat. As Floyd finds the confinements and lack of human company in the cattery environment stressful he is currently on some medication which will be reduced gradually once settled in a home environment.
Adopters should consider that previous medical conditions will now not be covered by insurance. Adopters are responsible for the on-going medical costs once the animal has been adopted.
Floyd cannot be homed in Portchester and his adoption fee is a minimum donation of £80.