Ian (Rehomed)






Domestic Shorthair






Hi my name is Ian and I arrived at the shelter last month as a stray. No one came in to claim me so now I’m looking for a new home where I can chill out on the sofa and get lots of fuss.


I was very nervous when I first arrived but now my confidence is growing more and more everyday. Anyone interested in me will need to come meet me a few times so I can get used to them and make sure they are the right people for me.

 I love a fuss and will have a head rub all day everyday, however I do like to dribble…A lot! It just means I’m super happy. I’m not the most active cat, I would just like a nice peaceful home where I am the only pet however I can live with sensible children 10+. I won’t be able to go to my new home until after Christmas but this gives potential new owners more of an opportunity to get to know me at the shelter first. I may act a bit shy at first but I promise I’m a cute bundle of fluff looking for the right lap to dribble on. I need outdoor access to explore once I have settled in my new home.

If you think I might be the right cat for you then please pop down to meet me.

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