Anyone who says a leopard (or should that be a house panther) can’t change its spots, never met our handsome boy Django.

Arriving with us back in March as a confused 9-year-old boy who didn’t appreciate boundaries, he had learned to nip and swipe to get what he wanted  (usually fuss, play or food), he’s now realised that kind of behaviour doesn’t get him what he wants any more!
 He does love a fuss, and sometimes still plays with his toys and, provided you don’t over-stimulate him with too much of either in one go, he’s the most delightful company.
Because of his past behaviours, he’ll need an experienced home, without young children who might not understand that he needs consistency and boundaries. Since being with his foster mum though, he’s grown to tolerate (OK, mainly ignore!) her docile cocker spaniel, and gets along OK with her own two older, placid cats, if he’s let out and about for a bit with them. For this reason, he’d probably be fine with another cat or a dog, provided they’re calm and gentle and won’t crowd him.
He’d also like a safe outdoor space, away from busy roads, to explore and get some exercise in – he has quite the waistline currently…
Unfortunately for Django, he was also diagnosed with very early stage renal issues. It’s managed perfectly well through diet, but his new owner will need to continue to feed him the special renal diet food. BWCR can help fund his food and pay for his routine blood tests.
Poor Django has been stuck on the shelf for about 6 months with us now; can you give him his chance at a happy future?

We’re really pleased that you’d like to proceed with an adoption application. Before you fill out the form below, please make sure you’ve read our Adopt page so that you are familiar with our process.

We look forward to hearing from you!





    Additional information



    Neutered/ Spayed?




    Vaccination Status

    Had first vaccination


    8-9 years

    Good with other cats or small animals?


    Good with dogs?


    Need garden access?


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