I found home....
15mth old black & white male cat
We'd like to introduce you to Harry. A very sweet little boy who just loves his cuddles, kisses and play time but is also a bit of a whirlwind! As cute as a button, or should I say, very handsome (now that he is older) Harry has a HUGE purrsonality.
He is fun, full of energy and when bored will seek out his own entertainment whether that be climbing your bookcase or investigating toys or treats you've left for him to find.
Harry is a highly intelligent little man who does not take long to identify opportunities for fun and antics. He is a cat with a mind that needs stimulation not only through exercise but also through providing him with foraging and hunting tasks indoors. He may even be a good candidate for training.
Harry is better suited to being in a single cat home allowing him the attention he enjoys. He can be prone to being rather dominating to other cats and whilst not an issue for more confident cats, nervous or timid cats would not do well with Harry around.
Harry's temperament with people is fantastic and you could not ask for a more balanced nature in a cat and he is well socialised with other cats. Harry loves nothing more than cuddling up on the sofa or at bedtime and purrs his little heart away in your arms and makes THE perfect companion cat.
To date Harry has been an indoor only cat and any adoption in a town or city area will have to be an indoor only home. We would only consider indoor / outdoor for Harry if well out in the country and a good distance away from busy roads.
Harry is brilliant with children and so would be suited to a family home or to a single person / couple providing you feel you can provide him with the stimulation he requires to keep his mind occupied and his body active. As mentioned above Harry may prove a good candidate for training.
Harry is neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed and up to date with frontline treatments.
He is a happy, fit, healthy boy however a short spell in a previous home has left him with a pin in one of his back legs following a fracture to his femur. This is completely healed, stable and causes him no issues whatsoever in terms of function or pain. There are no long term complications of this however he would most likely suffer from arthritis in that limb later in life.
Update Nov 2010: We are very pleased to report that Harry has now found his forever home and is settling in really well. Good luck little man!
Cats & Kittens homed by Sunny Harbour are:-
Fully Health Checked
Neutered (if 6mths+)