Neo is sad, Neo is from Croatia and reckons he could have shown Messi a thing or two with his dribbling skills last night 💜

He was rescued as a poorly street puss but his rescuer had no real plan once he was in this country, she just wanted to get him safe. So he’s now in foster with us.
“He’s an inquisitive, highly intelligent boy, about a year old, who has figured out how to open several of the doors in our house! He loves attention and especially loves to play, but as an ex-street-kitty he hasn’t learned not to use his claws and can be defensive if he’s touched in the wrong place. He enjoys sitting in a lap and having his chin rubbed, but his absolute favourite spot is snoozing above the radiator and watching the world out the window!

He likes to be in the same room as his people and would be happiest in a home with someone who can spend time with him but also respect his boundaries. He does not get along with other cats and would suit a home with no other pets or children and he’d love a garden away from busy roads.

Neutered, chipped, vaccinated plus comes with 5 weeks free insurance. Neo does appear to be a flu carrier and has flare ups when he’s stressed – BWCR will cover the cost of any treatments needed at Fernlea vets in Kingswood or Hanham but he usually just shakes it off after few days.

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    Additional information


    6 months – 1 year

    Good with other cats or small animals?


    Good with children?


    Good with dogs?


    Neutered/ Spayed?




    Need garden access?


    Vaccination Status

    Fully vaccinated

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