Thanks for your replies everyone. I do appreciate the support.
Just to stress that I adopted him and Izzy from a small cat charity. I have to say I've been rather burned by it all. When I called them to say what happened, the first thing she said was, "ok, how about swapping him with another cat, I have a timid one that would get on well with other cats...".
I couldn't believe it as I had just poured my heart out to her on the phone and was sobbing (which is embarrassing) and she was talking about me taking another one off her, and just to drop Nobo off on Monday.
This is the same charity who told me that Izzy's runny eye was "just nothing", when in actual fact she's been on medication since the second week I got her, had a small operation and now more swabs have been taken to determine if it's something more sinister. For the record, I don't mind one bit as I love both my cats, but I do feel I've been told anything and everything to take a couple of cats.
Obviously I declined to take another cat right now and drop Nobo off.
That's when for the second time, I reached out to the CP and yet again got no call back. I even stressed on the voicemail to the CP that I needed support finding him a new home and that I would keep him at home until we found someone. I would have thought that would have been a rather attractive proposal. Mind you, surely someone wanting to adopt a couple of cats is an attractive option for the CP, but alas no call back then either. I am writing a letter of complaint to their HO and have now cancelled my DD to them. I have been a loyal supporter for years with a monthly DD of £40 but I'm disgusted by the lack of support and wonder how many others in my area have had no call back.
I am genuinely looking for help so will call you today, as long as you don't mind my voice as I'm loaded with the cold and have a chest infection. Lucky me!