Logan - Grey/white Neutered Male. Loving 5* Home

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Key Facts

Pet Type: Cats
Pet Breed: Mixed Breed
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 2 years 2 months 4 days
Microchipped: Yes
Vaccinations Up-to-Date: Yes
Neutered: Yes
Registered: No
Published on: 15 July 2019
Modified on: 15 July 2019
Location: Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Advert Details

Logan is 2 years old. A domestic kitty he has bundles of personality and loves attention. He is Dark Grey/White, microchipped and fully vaccinated.
Due to a change in circumstances I’m devastated I have to find him a new home as I can’t take him with me.
I will only allow him to go to a loving experienced home. He is used to other cats and dogs.
He is such a loving boy and whoever I let take him will he getting a chilled out beautiful boy.
Serious enquiries only and be prepared for me to ask lots of questions!


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