5 years old approx
Arrived 20th September
Fostered in Congleton
January update – We now have a programme in place to help Milo improve on his rambunctiousness! It really just boils down to being very frustrated and for us to provide adequate stimulation and ways burn energy. He’ll also be able to go outside via a catflap which should help massively (while cats are in foster homes temporarily we keep them inside for security reasons). We feel he’d make a good pet if in a rural home with lots of space, small holding or farm, where he can come and go to his hearts content! Perhaps he’d be a good mouser!
Milo melts your heart, just look at him, so good looking! But looks can be decieving… Let us tell you more about this feisty boy!
He was abandoned outdoors, however the owner did come forward. She originally took him in as a stray, but decided she didn’t want him anymore as he didn’t get on with the daughter, so left him outside, so he was signed over to the RSPCA. Since Milo has been in our care we have established that yes he can be a very naughty boy…BUT we will not abandon him, we have done the right thing by Milo and sought input from a Cat behaviorist. In the meantime he requires an adult only home and pet free, you will be experienced with owning cats. He has a huge appetite and will eat you out of house and home! We think it’s because living as a stray in his past he’s been very hungry a lot of the time-so watch your dinner plate! He loves chasing balls, chasing his own tail and running through cat tunnels, chewing soft toys and pouncing on feet! Milo is an entertaining character alright but he does have rambunctious side to him, more info will be provided. He needs a home where he can come and go as he pleases, lots of toys, enrichment, he’s very active and has a lot of energy. He is neutered, micro chipped and fully vaccinated.
If you’d be interested in giving Milo a loving home, please contact our Cat Rehoming Co-ordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on 01625 669620
Log Milo 112 13/9/18