Ginge is the cat with the wonky ear. Both he and that ear have probably been in a few scrapes in their time but above all this lovable lad just wants a place to call his own and a sofa to snuggle up on. This friendly chap, is pretty laid back and enjoys a good fuss session and some grub too. He likes a treat stick the best and will happily scoff the lot. He does have his quirky side where he will hiss at things or hide under the sofa which is why he’d probably prefer to live in an all adult home with people who can read the signals while he settles in. To that end he can nip if he gets a bit overstimulated but its never nasty and easily avoided. So if you can give this feline classic a home make sure you keep on reading to find out about the rest of his re-homing requirements and a word from his current foster carer…
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Ginge is a lovely lad, undemanding and a delight to have around. Although he is comfortable on his own, he likes to share the sofa with me and sleep on the bed at night, where he sometimes gently snores in the most endearing way. He is very affectionate, snuggling up and purring with pleasure when petted, and will nudge my hand for more if he thinks I’ve stopped too soon. If he’s a little unsure of something, Ginge will hide under the sofa for a while before hopping up on the sofa for a cuddle or to rub against visitors’ legs. He has gained confidence with play, although prefers floor based teasers to play that involve stalking, running and pouncing. He can give a hiss or two sometimes, but it is not nasty and just his way of saying, “notice me”. If he thinks it is time for food, Ginge will politely meow to remind me, then sit waiting patiently until I go to the kitchen. He is such a darling that it is easy to quickly fall in love with him.
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