- Age:16 years
- Living with children:I might be able to live with children and/or teenagers
- Living with dogs:No, I cannot live with dogs
- Living with cats:No I cannot live with other cats
- Cannot be rehomed to:S21
Ted came to us with his sister Rosie when their owner sadly passed away.
Ted is a sweetheart. He is a gentle giant and loves the company of his current short term fosterers. He also has a pretty great purr and likes to show it off as often as possible. Ted hasn’t been a lapcat at yet, but he likes to be near and pads to you when he wants more fuss (sweeeet!). Ted would enjoy going outside maybe more in the summer months so he would like a home where there is quiet and safe outdoor space for him to potter around.
We aren’t sure how Ted would be with children, but older/teenage children may be ok, just as long as the house isn’t too bustling and busy. He needs a nice retirement home!
At 16, Ted is doing well, but his kidneys have started to tire somewhat. He is currently on a special diet and some medicine that he has in his food, which the shelter pays for. If you would like to consider adopting Ted, but are concerned about the vet costs, we can discuss the shelter helping with this. Our priority is that Ted finds his new home as soon as possible, where he will be loved and have the best care as long as he needs it, so don’t let it put you off adopting this wonderful kitty!
If you have room in your home and your heart for this pleasant gentleman to spend his remaining time with you, please apply now adoption form here.