Scott came to us as an unneutered stray who had been living in gardens. We have neutered and microchipped Scott. He has got some old scarring to his right eye so will be seeking a home in a safe location well away from busy roads. Scott is a shy cat and our staff and volunteers are working with him to gain his trust and confidence. Scott is not wquite ready for a new home yet. Updates on his progress to follow soon.
To enquire about Scott please send an email to [email protected] or if you are unable to send a email please leave us a clear voicemail message including your contact phone no on 020 8694 6545 your message will be passed to our homing team. or come and visit us and our cats at our regular Cat Adoption Open Days every Saturday and Sunday between 1p.m and 5p.m Please bring a donation of some cat food!!
Please note: We do carry out a pre-adoption home visit. This is an informal visit that takes place in your home. We provide any advice you may need about caring for and settling in new cats or kittens – incl health care, feeding, holiday arrangements, dangers in your home etc. We also look at the location of your home to assess for hazards such as easy access to busy roads or for indoor-only homes to advise on making windows or balconies safe. Our cats have varied temperaments and needs so we also discuss what ‘sort’ of cats would be suitable for you, your family, your lifestyle and your home. Once a successful home visit has been carried out you will be invited back by appointment to meet suitable cats either at our Rescue centre or at our local foster homes and choose your new feline companion(s). If you are interested in offering a home to one or more of our cats you are welcome to visit one of our Adoption Open Days prior to having a home visit but unless you have had a successful home visit you cannot choose or reserve cats at one of our Adoption Days.
- Status:Needs Home
- Gender: Male
- Fur colour:Tabby & White
- Age(When Added):4 Year(s) Old
- Indoor/OutdoorAccess to Outdoors
- Can live with children: No
- Can live with dogs: No
- Can live with other cats: Yes