Age: 4 years approx
Ref Number: 167
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Rehoming – Profile
Milo came into our care as his owners are emigrating abroad.
Behaviour observations on site:
This is poor Milo’s second time with us this year through no fault of his own. He initially came into us from a massive multi cat household. He was completely shut down and would hide away at the back of the carrier. It took a lot of time and patience for him to learn to be comfortable around staff. Over time he did allow a few people to offer him some gentle fuss. He’s was, and still is, a massive foodie so this is a great way to try and make friends with him.
Milo is now back in our care as his owners are unfortunately emigrating abroad. Milo initially found being back in the cattery environment really hard and was spending the day on the light fitting in his outside run as this is where he feels safest. It didn’t take him too long too realise it wasn’t that scary. He now spends all his time inside, either in his carrier, or more often now, sat on his blanket at his unit door. He will still run into his carrier when you open his unit door and might give you a little hiss, but once he sees it’s someone he trusts, he is the biggest sweetheart who wants constant fuss. He will headbutt your hand if you stop stroking him and has a lovely gentle purr.
Milo is looking for a forever home he can finally call his own. He will need an unused room to initially settle in that has some height and safe places to hide away until he starts to feel comfortable in his new surrounding. Milo needs to be an only pet in an adult only home.
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.
Milo is overweight and as a result was a little matted on his back end. We believe this is due to his size. He has been on a pain relief trial but we saw no benefits so he is no longer on any medication. He currently has no known medical issues.
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.