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Oscar is a big handsome lad who is pretty confident. He loves a good brush and is happy to leave some fur behind as a little reminder of his presence. He will let you know if he has had enough but for the most part he is a friendly boy who enjoys some fuss and he is partial to a cat nip toy too. He would be best suited to a chilled out grown up home with cat flap and garden so he can explore the big wide world when he is ready. You must be financially secure and also take into consideration any possible health concerns. More details of which can be seen below...

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  • Age
  • 2 years 1 months old
  • Colour
  • White
  • Sex
  • male
  • Reason for arrival
  • Change of Circumstances
  • Can be left alone?
  • No Longer than 6 hours
  • Can live with dogs?
  • No
  • Can live with cats?
  • No
  • Can live with children?
  • No
  • Garden required?
  • Yes
  • Medical conditions?
  • Yes (see notes)

Other Notes

Oscar arrived with very greasy skin in particular it was very bad around his tail. This has got better over time and since he has been neutered. It is important to continue to groom him regularly especially around the tail area. If things did get worse then you may have to treat him with meds or wash the area to help with any issues. You must also be aware of possible sun damage to his ears and nose when going outside. You should use animal friendly sunscreen on these areas to avoid skin damage in future which you can consult your vet about for suitable products that can be used. Oscar also had surgery to correct an inguinal hernia. This is where the muscle opening in the groin area is larger than normal allowing some structures from the abdomen to sit beyond the muscle wall under the skin. His hernia was repaired on 09/07/2021 and appears to have healed up well. Oscar also has some flu symptoms he is dealing with. This has been in the form of sneezing and some nasal discharge. He still has the occasional sneeze and when cats develop flu it is common for symptoms to carry on just in a milder form or in stressful situations. It is paramount you continue his yearly vaccinations as these will help guard against flu symptoms too. Lastly Oscar has had a reaction to flea treatment used which caused a sore patch on his neck and has also had a small ulcer on the tip of his tongue which was unrelated before his reaction to the flea treatment. Both the ulcer and sore patch are healing well.

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