Chester

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Chester is a bit of a project puss looking for a quiet adult-only home.

He came in very scared and mistrustful of humans after years of being on the streets- he’s about 5 now and still not crazy about men but getting better all the time!
His fostermum has worked wonders with him and he now needs his own home with someone to continue that good work.

She says he now loves to be loved and is a purring, snoring, dribbling machine.
He’s not quite a lap cat, but enjoys lounging near his chosen human for lots of gentle strokes and soft words.
He’ll wake you up in the morning by standing on you and purring in your face and if you’re lucky might dribble on you in ecstasy too!
He’s still a timid boy who can spook very easily, but is getting better everyday. He loves to play and enjoys a roll around in catnip but he can get carried away and give you a nibble.
He loves watching the world go and needs a garden away from busy roads plus an open top carrier – those things are scary!
He loves his food and can be bought with treats but most of all he needs someone to give him some time to settle in a quiet, relaxed environment as an only pet.

Neutered, chipped, vaccinated plus comes with 5 weeks free insurance.

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Additional information

Age

4-5 years

Good with other cats or small animals?

Unknown

Good with children?

Unknown

Chipped

Yes

Need garden access?

Yes

Neutered/ Spayed?

Yes

Vaccination Status

Fully vaccinated

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