Bertie is currently being fostered in Swadlincote, South Derbyshire by me for Nuneaton Cats in Need.
He is a very people friendly, loves his fuss and sleeping on the end of the bed kind of guy. His only pitfall is that he hates other cats with a vengeance, especially males. He will go out on a seek and destroy mission to find them , so hence needs a low cat populated area. Ideally a nice cottage in the country, a small holding or stables where he can mouse to his hearts content, but still have access to cuddles and a warm fire and bed.
I have tried him in the house and he sought out my Alpha male and petrified the others. We kept him upstairs with his own access in and out of the bathroom window and out onto the flat roof and then into the garden via the garage roof. He still would attack my own cats quite badly when he saw them in the garden, especially my own "Top cat".
As I now have a nursing queen in upstairs and due to his temperment and stress around other cats, he is now living in a run outside. I still allowed him free access to and from the run but over the wekend he had to be retrieved form a neighbours driveway as he had their cat pinned against a fence and prior to that he chased one of my lads across the road. When my lad came home that night he had a nasty injury to the side of his head that we know has been sustained by a rusk with Bertie. One of my other lads, will only come home every other day as he is terrified of him and after the incident over the weekend with a neighbours cat and my own, I now have to keep him in the pen during the day and let him have access early evening and overnight when I have to bring my own in to keep them safe. However this does not protect the neighbours cats and I am waiting for the first complaint.
As we only have a small number of fosters then finding a low populated feline area with a single cat fosterer is going to be difficult, he needs his new home sooner rather than later, due to the stress he is under as well as me and my own cats as well as my other fosters.
He is about 10 years old, healthy and felv and fiv neg. As I said he is adorable with humans, so if you have a spare lap with a nice home on a hill top somewhere with not another cat around he is for you.
For this lad to find his right home, I am prepared to travel a considerable distance to get him relocated if need be. I cannot express how urgent this is now, before he causes another cat serious harm or chases it under a car.
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