Fynn came to us as a stray who no one was claiming. He’s very affectionate so he’s clearly been loved at some point. Sadly he’s the typical age for young cats getting dumped – past the cute little kitten stage, ready to be neutered and cost a little bit of time and money in getting him sorted. Fortunately he landed in the garden of a lovely woman who did all the appropriate checks to see if he belonged to anyone, and then kept him safe until he could come into rescue.
He’s been neutered now, and chipped, and started his vaccinations. No issues found on his health check.
Fynn spent the first week in rescue hiding on a high shelf. We’re not entirely sure what he was hiding from … because when he climbed up to warily give him a little stroke, he threw himself into it whole heartedly with purrs and head bumps. He may be wary of the other cats in the house … though they don’t go into his bedroom. He’d obviously been in fights with unneutered toms before coming into rescue, though was getting along quite well with the (neutered) cats in his finders home. We’ve put “not sure” in the box regarding children simply because we’ve not observed him with children. We’d guess by his nature he’d be fine with kids who knew how to treat him with appropriate respect.
He’d probably be happy in most kinds of families so long as he wasn’t shut in a room away from people. From experience in rescue, he’s not someone who would take kindly to being shut in the kitchen all night for example.
Fynn will need to be kept safely indoors for at least a month when he arrives in his new home. After that he’d like a safe garden away from busy roads where he can run around and play. We very strong advise that cats are kept indoors at night for their own safety.
All our adoptions bring 4 weeks free insurance through Pet Plan.
We always homecheck prior to adoption, and ask a minimum donation of £75 for each adult neutered cat.. There’s more about our adoption process here: http://www.8livescatrescue.org/adoption-process.html and you’ll find some more photos and stories about our cats on our blog: https://8livescatrescue.wordpress.com/ and facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/8Lives/
- Status:Needs Home
- Fur colour:Tabby
- Age(When Added):1 Year(s) Old
- Indoor/OutdoorAccess to Outdoors
- Can live with children:Not Sure
- Can live with dogs:Not Sure
- Can live with other cats:Not Sure