Morgan came to us amidst many tears.   His human has a long term lung disease, and heartbreakingly finally had to accept the tests which showed she was allergic to cats and poor Morgan was making things worse.   He’s been someone’s very loved, very spoiled baby and is hoping there might be someone else out there who can love him at least half as much.   He’s been lucky and unlucky through his life depending on how you see it.   For the first 4 years of his life he lived with an elderly lady who sadly died, the family advertised him on Gumtree saying they would have him put to sleep if no one took him.  Thankfully his human rushed in and got him, and saved his life, and they’ve had a couple of very happy years together until her illness.


He’s just had his 6th birthday and is neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.  He’s clearly been very well cared for – his coat is one of the softest and most gorgeous I’ve ever stroked.  Thankfully (being long haired) he loves to be groomed.  He was health checked at our vets on 1 February and no issues found – even his teeth are good.   He’s one of the snuggliest, cuddliest cats we’ve had here and loves to have time and interaction with people.

Morgan would probably be happiest in a home where there were people around quite a bit of the time.   He’s gentle and will be fine with children who treat him properly.  He’s been used to being an only cat though, and I get the impression that he’d prefer to keep it that way.


morgan in old home 1

We always homecheck prior to adoption and ask a minimum adoption donation of £70 for a neutered adult cat.   There’s more about our adoption process here:   Youll find some more photos and stories about him on our  facebook page:

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