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    Prince is a lovely young man who is looking for the royal treatment. He has been in the wars of late but is now looking to start over in a loving new home. This dashing boy likes a good ping pong ball chase and is keen on some fuss and affection. When he gets to know people he gets all excited to see them but can get a bit carried away with a cheeky nibble. He could live with children aged 12+ so long as they are used to being around cats as he can be a bit shy at first especially in new surroundings. So if you’ve just found your Prince Charming make sure you keep on reading to find out about the rest of his re-homing requirements as well as a word about his medical history…

    Prince is available

    If you are interested in adopting Prince, 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
    • 10 months old
    • Colour
    • Black and White
    • Sex
    • male
    • Reason for arrival
    • Change of Circumstances
    • Can be left alone?
    • Full working day
    • Can live with dogs?
    • No
    • Can live with cats?
    • No
    • Can live with children?
    • Yes
    • Garden required?
    • Yes
    • Medical conditions?
    • See 'Other Notes' section for more info

    Other Notes

    Prince arrived at Mayhew with a fractured left hind leg. The fracture was located at the growth plate at the end of his femur (the long bone at the top of the leg). We treated this injury conservatively including cage rest and pain relief. He has re-gained good use of his leg and follow up x-rays have shown good bone healing at the site. Long term we expect him to regain good function in this leg. However, any injury located near the joint has the potential to cause arthritis which may progress later in life. His affected knee joint is less flexible than his right due to the fracture and there is some deviation in the joint angle. We would advise that his exercise in terms of jumping and climbing is limited while the bone continues to fully strengthen when he first comes home for the next month or so.

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    Prince is available

    If you are interested in adopting Prince, 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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