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This is Milo, one of the most loving cats I’ve met. We’ve had milo for a good few months now and he’s around 5-6 months old.
He’s recently been diagnosed with FCV also known as Feline calicivirus which is why we are having to rehome him. This virus is highly contagious to other cats and ONLY other cats. With us having 3 other cats its become a problem, he was mixed in with our other cats for 3-4 weeks before he was diagnosed and they so far haven’t caught it. However, after finding out we’ve sadly had to isolate him in one room with my daughter.
We’ve made the sad decision to rehome him due to our other cats.
He MUST be in a home where he is the only cat or else he will pass it on. He’s fine to be around dogs as it’s not contagious to them. We have 2 dogs and he loves them to pieces.
Hes a very affectionate cat who will happily sleep by your side. He can even be a bit TOO clingy and enjoys sitting beside you if your in the shower or bath!
We are asking for a donation of £50 to be made as we don’t want him to just go to any home but we can lower the price if necessary.
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