Floyd

Floyd and his sister were born on 21 June 2014, in a home that had rather too many un neutered cats. They came into rescue along with their 3 cousins (Freddie Fuzzie and Fern) and his Aunty Flossie when they were about 11 weeks old. Floyd’s sister (Fudge) and his Aunt have been reserved for adoption already.

floyd starting to play1

He’s a handsome young man who hasn’t had things easy so far. When he arrived here he was underweight, and full of worms and fleas. With some TLC, frontline spray and panacur paste, a week or so of special hi cal food and the advice of our vets, he’s started to catch up. He will need some extra care and understanding to reach his full potential.

Floyd has started his primary course of vaccinations (the full course is already paid for at our vets, so if he’s adopted before the second vacc is due we’ll ask his new family to take him for his second vaccination) and will be micro chipped prior to adoption. He has of course been treated for worms and fleas and is now ‘passenger free’. He will need to be neutered when he’s 6 months old, or earlier if your vet is agreeable to earlier neutering. He should stay indoors until he’s at least 6 months old, and definitely until he’s been neutered. After that it would be good if he could have a safe garden to explore.

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He’d be happy to go to his new home with any of his cousins.

family photo

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We always homecheck prior to people coming to meet the cats and ask a minimum adoption donation of £60 for kittens. You can find full details of our adoption process here: http://www.8livescatrescue.org/adoption-process.html

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