Zac & Zoe

Zac & Zoe

Special home needed for Zac and Zoe 💜

They’re a shy but very friendly and playful 9 month old brother (tabby/white) & sister (grey). Zoe has had one stress-induced (non-epileptic) seizure when being handled so needs to be carefully monitored but no treatment or tests are planned though any subsequent necessary treatment/costs would be covered by vets in East Bristol.
Zoe is the more nervous of the two (mum was feral) and so more likely to be stressed but concerns should reduce as she becomes more confident. Zac has never showed any signs of being stressed. The aim would be for them to be able to go outside, rather than be indoor only cats, but this would need to be very controlled so that any problems could be easily dealt with. Part of a litter that got on very well together so they could go with another cat. Would not suit very young children but are very people orientated and love laps and being smoothed and are getting used to being picked up. Fosterdad is happy to have a chat about them and provide full support and back up for their lifetime.

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

As foster dad is an NHS worker they can’t be rehomed until restrictions are lifted


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Additional information


6 months – 1 year

Good with other cats or small animals?

No, Unknown

Good with children?

Teens or older



Good with dogs?

No, Unknown

Need garden access?


Neutered/ Spayed?


Vaccination Status

Fully vaccinated


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