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    Kipling does make for an exceedingly good play mate. This little fella will play with everything and when he gets a bit excited that extends to your pinkies too. Yes, that’s right Kipling can play bite when he gets carried away but so long as you can read the signals he can still learn a few more cat manners. Above all Kipling is an affectionate boy who loves company and will happily sit on your lap. He could also live with kids aged 12+ so long as they don’t encourage his bad behaviours and you’ll need to take into consideration any possible future health concerns, more details of his previous medical history can be found below…

    Kipling is available

    If you are interested in adopting Kipling, please read the information below including the 'Other notes' section, to check your circumstances match theirs. If they do, please take a look at our current rehoming process, and fill out an application form.

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    • Age
    • 7 months old
    • Colour
    • Black
    • Sex
    • male
    • Reason for arrival
    • Change of Circumstances
    • Can be left alone?
    • No Longer than 4 hours
    • Can live with dogs?
    • No
    • Can live with cats?
    • No
    • Can live with children?
    • Yes
    • Garden required?
    • Yes
    • Medical conditions?
    • Cat Flu Symptoms

    Other Notes

    Kipling developed a fever at Mayhew and had ulceration of his tongue and on the roof of his mouth, Mayhew Vets suspect the cause to be Feline Calicivirus (FCV) which is a highly contagious virus that is one of the major causes of upper respiratory infections or cat flu in cats. It is important that Kipling is vaccinated regularly to guard against possible flare ups and he responded well to antibiotics and pain relief and is now fully recovered.

    Foster Carer Comments

    Kipling is a funny, friendly and energetic little boy who would suit an experienced and patient owner who can help him grow into a perfectly behaved cat. He is very good at things like using his litter tray but he still needs to learn some manners and most importantly be encouraged not to play bite and scratch when he gets his fuss. He also makes everything a toy so watch out for any valuables. While he can be a bit shy at first, he quickly comes out of his shell but he does appreciate a space to call his own, where he can chill when he gets a bit overexcited. He is not keen on loud sudden noises but loves his grub and is always ready to climb, run and jump after a toy and he also likes to sit on the sofa and watch TV too.

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    Kipling is available

    If you are interested in adopting Kipling, please read the information below including the 'Other notes' section, to check your circumstances match theirs. If they do, please take a look at our current rehoming process, and fill out an application form.

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