Nomad is ready for his new home.
The stitches are out, the wound is healed, the cone is off – he’s just a bit drafty round the derriere until his fur grows back!

He’s guesstimated at 3 yrs and he’s lived on the streets for a while so he’s getting used to being a pet cat again. He doesn’t ‘do’ toys at the moment but that may come but he loves a fuss and will chat to you especially when he wants his tea!
He uses a litter tray perfectly and is a really easy, undemanding puss.

We’ve spoken to several people and it seems his territory was large – at least four houses have been feeding him and he’s been regularly crossing the superbusy Two Mile Hill Rd.
So..we don’t want his new territory to overlap with his old at all as he’ll just carry on where he left off and he may not be so fortunate in only losing his tail next time.

With this in mind we won’t rehome him within 5 miles of the Kingsway/Two Mile Hill Rd area.
He seems fine with other cats and has been a model patient – no grumpiness even though he was in a lot of pain and very sweet at the vets.
No young children as his rear end will be sensitive for a while and definitely a garden away from busy roads!
Neutered, chipped, had first vaccination plus comes with 5 weeks free insurance.

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Additional information


2 – 3 years

Good with other cats or small animals?


Good with children?

Teens or older



Good with dogs?


Need garden access?


Neutered/ Spayed?


Vaccination Status

Fully vaccinated


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