This is Shadow.
He is a grey bronzed longhaired fluff ball with striking green/gold eyes and a sweet personality.
He is a little timid with strangers but he loves his treats. He enjoys the sunshine in his fluff either outside or from a window sill. He is quite active but he still has his lazy days. He does have his craaazy moments when he will go completely nuts over a piece of paper. He does enjoy ear tickles and petting and likes to sit on your lap.
He is NOT neutered or vaccinated.
He is fed on Moles Country Stores own branded kibble (clear plastic 10kg one)
He has been regularly wormed and deflead with Advantage spot on or Frontline plus.
He visited the vet with his mother at 6 weeks for a general check up. He does not like taking tablets so I would advise a vet visit. He will suit a 2 cat family or on his own. He has had limited contact with children but none with dogs. He comes from a large cat family. We live in a fairly isolated location so it has just been us. He will take time to settle in as he will be experiencing a total sensory overload so you will need to be patient.
If you feel that he would make a fantastic addition to your family please don't hesitate to contact me.
He is £100.
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