Godolphin was found as a stray but he is very sweet and affectionate so I don’t think he was living rough for long. He likes his fuss and enjoys lots of cuddles too. He will need a loving, chilled out home where he can get to know you as he can get himself a bit worried by loud noises. He likes the safety of a his hidey bed but is a curious little scamp who just can’t help but have a nosey at what's going on. When he bonds with you he will become your best buddy and in no time you’ll be having lots of lazy Sunday afternoon cuddles on the sofa together.
Godolphin is ok to be left for up to 6 hours at a time. A cat flap being fitted would be great too as he is a bit shy and would approve of a way to get back home easily. He is super sweet and cuddly so some companionship would be nice to help coax him out of her shell a bit more. Based on his past history and current temperament he can live with older teenagers however an all adult home may be a better fit for him. This will also be dependent on if he likes who he meets, isn’t scared or fearful and that those he meets are also calm and respectful towards him. Every adoption is unique and we want to make sure all our cats are happy and cared for so we recommend pet insurance and you must register with a local vet. Vet costs vary so please look into the expense involved in caring for a cat. Godolphin has been neutered, microchipped, 1st vaccine (at least) given and is up to date with his flea & worm treatments. He has also been health checked and behaviourally assessed which all help to guide our re-homing criteria. While Godolphin has no current health issues it is important to note that as he has a white nose and ears that he will need some sunscreen applied to both areas to help avoid the risks associated with sun damage. Your vets will be able to guide you as to safe products you can use.
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