Before Buddy came into our home, he was found cowering in a McDonald’s car park. As you can imagine, it’s taken some time for him to come out of his shell after a tough start to life. But even since that first day, it was clear that he’s a big softie who enjoys getting lots of love and attention.
He is still a little nervous and jumpy with us, so he will be very shy at first in a new home. Buddy needs a family who are willing to be patient. Once he’s settled in, he has a lot of love to give and a great personality!
Buddy is a lovely boy, independent and well-behaved. He likes to play with his toys and can be a little overzealous at times - many of our long-standing kitten toys are in pieces now that he’s finished with them!
When he’s not playing or on the lookout for attention, his favourite hobby is taking an afternoon nap under the bed. There he likes to reflect on life and make plans for after the Covid-19 pandemic.
In terms of looks, Buddy is a very handsome boy. We think he’s actually a brown cat masquerading in black fur - he has a brown/ginger patch under his neck that glows in the sunlight.
We think Buddy would be best suited to a quiet adult only home. He needs lots of love and attention to get him out of his shell, but also space and patience to allow him to settle in his own time. Buddy has all the makings of a loyal companion. He deserves a great home.
Buddy is fully vaccinated, microchipped and neutered.