Latymer is looking for a new beginning from his current foster home and has proven to be a bit of an explorer. He initially found his way onto a building site when we first got the call about him and It turned out he had previously broken his leg too which has healed up well. Basically this gorgeous boy is always on the go and always up for a good chinwag. He is the nosiest of nosey parkers and is looking for a loving home and a bit of space to chill his boots and really become part of the establishment. He is sweet and friendly and is just a curious soul who’ll love to explore a garden and enjoy lots of company. He also loves his grub so feed him well and he’ll be loyal to the cause of letting you fuss him lots and you’ll be making a new bestie in no time! You will need to come in for an interview to assess your suitability and if successful you can go forward to meet Latymer in his current home environment.
Latymer is currently living in a temporary foster home until his new forever home is found and is ok to be left for a working day, but a cat flap must be fitted regardless of how long he is left. He is a very needy cat who likes attention and as such likes to be kept entertained so it would be beneficial if he wasn't left alone all day every day if possible. Based on his past history and current temperament he can live with children aged 8+. This is also 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. Latymer 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. Latymer arrived with an old fracture to his femur. At the fracture site itself it has formed a callous where it was not treated by a vets at the time. Luckily it is not affecting his joints above and below the break so Mayhew vets think he will be just fine. He is very lively so he is giving it a good work out and is doing just fine so far.
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