Ross came to the shelter in June 2013; his mother and littermates were abandoned in a nearby town. The man who was feeding them had to go into hospital and could no longer care for them so brought them all to us.
Ross spent just over a year at the shelter and in November 2014 he was lucky enough to be adopted and made the long journey to the UK. Ross currently lives in a multi-cat household and, despite his adopters? best efforts, Ross is struggling to live in harmony with the other cats. It is with great sadness that they have decided to re-home Ross in the hope that he finds a more suitable forever home.
We are therefore looking for a home where Ross would be the only pet. He is an indoor cat and would be happy to live with children over the age of 10.
Ross?s owner has said this about him:
?The Ross I have come to love dearly is a people cat: once he trusts you, he will follow you everywhere. He likes to sit at your side and have his tummy rubbed; his little paws will be twitching in delight!?
Ross is a beautiful boy, full of character and very loving once he gets to know you. Ross loves boxes of any size, cat trees and home comforts like your best cushions. We are looking for an adopter who will be patient with him - once you gain his trust, he will be your friend for life.