Dizzie came into rescue with his friend Edward a few weeks ago when his family had to move home and their new landlord would not allow them to take the cats with them. Sadly for Dizzie, and through absolutely no fault of his own, its his second time round for coming into rescue. He was rescued and adopted as a youngster and hoped he’d got a furever home until this tragedy. Being black and white and not a kitten anymore he knows its not going to be easy, but he wants to assure you he’s a true gentleman … although he’s a big lad he’s a big soft kitten at heart and loves nothing more than a snuggle and a fuss. His friend Ed has now gone to a new home …. but Dizzie, being a bit older and black & white, has been left behind.

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He’s been neutered and microchipped and has started his vaccinations. He is of course up to date with worm and flea treatments … what responsible tom cat wouldn’t be? In his previous home he was used to living with children and being carted around and hugged plenty. He used to enjoy going outside a bit, so would like a safe garden to potter around in, but would mostly prefer to be snuggled up with the humans.  He’d most likely settle well with other friendly pets.  He’s been lovely with various kittens in foster, washing them and talking to them.    He’s going to make someone very happy one day soon 🙂

We understand that he is about 5 years old, so she’s still a youngster really. He’d like a home with plenty of love, and the chance to explore a safe garden sometimes.

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We always homecheck prior to adoption, and ask a minimum donation of £70 for an adult cat who has been neutered, vaccinated and chipped, so that we have the funds available to help the next poor homeless soul who comes to us. There’s more about our adoption process here: http://www.8livescatrescue.org/adoption-process.html and more about us and out cats here: https://8livescatrescue.wordpress.com/

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