Cats Protection - Farnham & Wey Valley
Rehoming Cats & Kittens: Hampshire & Surrey

My name is Wiley, and I'm an OAP street cat. Maybe 13ish in human years.


Last year I got into major trouble (I'm not telling anyone how, that's my secret) but I damaged my face so badly I lost the skin off oneside. A kind lady put a magic box out for me, that I walked into and couldn't get out of, until I went to a vets. They sent me to sleep and started making my face better. I didn't appreciate it one bit, and made my thoughts very clear.


Move on 6 months, and I've now lived in a lovely comfy bedroom for 5 months. My foster mum says I've come on so much. She'd keep me if shecould, but I don't like the her other cats and dogs.


All I want to do is play cat football and curl up with a human. I chirrup at the door whenever I hear them outside, and I ask them to come in for me to head bump them.


Living on the streets has left me with some issues. I have scars from my facial injury, which means I can't always close my right eye, so it waters a bit, and I have old scars inside my left

eye. My foster mum thinks it affects my sight, so I get scared bysomething and swipe my claws to get whatever made me jump go away. Iused to nibble(!) but I'm getting better at not doing that.


As I'm old I drink more water than some cats, and I have to be careful what I eat, or my tummy gets upset. My foster mum has found foods I like, but I have to be sensible. I still get a bit more worried around my foster dad, but I do purr forhim, and let him stroke me...... when I'm in the right mood.


I know I'm not pretty, and look strange in photos, but my foster mum says I'm beautiful inside and out, it's just a different type of beauty. She says somewhere out there is a special human, who will love me, and all my funny ways and looks, and that they will let me live with them, and love them.

  • Status:Needs Home
  • Gender: Male
  • Fur colour:Tabby
  • Age(When Added):13 Year(s) Old
  • Neutered/Spayed:Neutered
  • Indoor/OutdoorAccess to Outdoors
  • Can live with children: No
  • Can live with dogs: No
  • Can live with other cats: No
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