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Cat Spends 159 Days in RSPCA Care and is Determined to Discover Purrfect Residence


Poor Fern hasn’t had a lot curiosity from potential adopters

A pleasant cat who has spent almost 160 days in RSPCA care is on the lookout for his without end dwelling however sadly has seen little curiosity from potential adopters.

Fern, a three-year-old, Abyssinian crossbreed with black, silver and tabby cat markings, got here into the care of the RSPCA Warrington, Halton & St Helens Animal Centre in April from a multi-cat family.

Susanne Fearnley, cat care and rehoming coordinator on the department, mentioned: “Fern is a really curious, playful and really energetic cat. He likes loads of consideration and enrichment to maintain his mind energetic and he likes to be concerned in all the things as he’s fairly clever and inquisitive. This will lead him to being a bit full on at instances!

“He’s a really sociable, chatty boy, who’s pleasant and affectionate in the direction of folks. He has been with us for 159 days and been up for rehoming for 2 months with none luck. He’s not had a foul begin to life, his earlier proprietor simply had too many cats to take care of.

“Fern is an Abyssinian crossbreed and though each cat is exclusive, some proof signifies that Abyssinians tend to be bolder and extra energetic than different breeds. This may go a way in the direction of explaining his spirited, inquisitive nature.

“We’re on the lookout for a quiet skilled and adult-only dwelling with no different cats and a brand new proprietor who will permit him to settle in at his personal tempo.

“As soon as settled, he’ll want a protected place exterior to discover away from busy roads and railways. Because of Fern probably by no means being exterior earlier than, we really feel this must be a extra rural space as he is probably not very streetwise.”

This pleasant chatty boy is stuffed with life and vitality and loves enjoying with and chasing his toys.

Susanne added: “We’re not sure why he has had such little curiosity apart from probably the present value of residing scenario which means that rehoming has slowed down. We actually hope we are able to discover the proper dwelling for Fern, he actually deserves his second probability at happiness.”

When you suppose you may provide Fern a loving new dwelling, please apply by finishing an ideal match type on-line.


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