I'd prefer to be the only cat in a home
Age: 3 Years approxSex: MaleBreed: Domestic Short Haired
Norris came to the centre via an inspector after he was found living on the streets, sadly he had become injured and taken straight to a vet. Thankfully he was not seriously injured and he has now made a full recovery and is ready to start a new life with a new family who will love and cherish him. He is extremely nervous of meeting new people so adopters will need to give him the time and patience needed for him to settle in to a home environment. He will need adopters who have a spare room for him to be in for a couple of weeks/months until he has settled and then you start to introduce him the rest of the house. He will need lots of hidy spaces so he can feel safe and secure.
Once he has settled he will make a great pet as we have seen such a difference in him whilst he has been at the centre already. Norris really does deserve his happy ever after, after having such a poor start to life Norris deserves the loving home he has never had.
We are looking for an adult only home where he is the only pet.
PLEASE NOTE, DUE TO COVID RESTIRCTIONS WE CAN ONLY RE HOME TO ADOPTERS WHO LIVE IN THE YORK AREA.
I need to be kept indoors
I’d prefer an adult only household
I’m a shy guy; I’ll need time to settle
I would prefer not to live with a dog