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Debra louise 1
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Yorkshire

Post by Debra louise 1 » Mon Jul 29, 2019 7:15 pm

Hi, it's my first time on here so I'm not sure if I'm ok to advitise my cat for rehoming! He is a older male cat, he is neutered. Unfortunately my circumstances have changed and I can no longer care for him. He is called Arthur, and is fully white. As I said earlier he is older, he is 13 years old, I have had him since he was a kitten so it's not a easy for me to rehome him, we live out in a small village so he us use to a peacefully life, he is extremely friendly, to friendly sometimes. He loves his tummy tickled and loves cuddles for hours on end. He has been brought up with children other cats and dogs. Due to him been older i dont think a family with young children would be suitable for him. Hope someone can help . Thankyou x

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Re: Yorkshire

Post by Cat-FAQ » Tue Jul 30, 2019 7:50 am

Cat Chat’s rehoming advice page might help, which also includes advice on ways to avoid having to rehome: https://www.catchat.org/index.php/rehome-pet-cat

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