OLLIE – needs his own family

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Oliver (Ollie) was one of seven young cats we took into our care as part of a mission organised by the department’s vet service to remove more than 40 cats from an 8th floor apartment where they were living with their owners. Surprisingly, although a bit thin, the cats were healthy and reasonably well  socialised though rather timid. With no fosterers available the cats were boarded at local catteries.  Ollie and the rest were chipped, sterilised, fully vaccinated, worm and flea treated and tested negative for FIV/FeLV. The others have now all been adopted – the two cats who shared his pen went to their new homes recently so Ollie is now on his own.

Of the group Ollie has had perhaps the most difficult transition to a more normal existence.  He was the shyest of the seven but has made amazing progress with the help of the kind owners of the cattery where he is staying.  He is one of last year’s kittens (so only around a year old) and has developed into a friendly affectionate cat who loves to be around people.  We feel he would do best in a quiet home without small children and he will definitely appreciate access to outside space.

Ollie has now been confined to a pen for six months waiting for a family of his own. He is currently in 64 Betracq (Pyrénées Atlantique) but we can arrange his travel to a home elsewhere in France. If you could help this lovely cat move from his lonely pen to full and a happy life with a family of his own then please contact us!

  • click on the enquiry button if you are on the web page,
  • send a message from our Foster/Adoptions page https://www.facebook.com/LesAmisinFrance/
  • or write to info@lesamisdesanimaux.com.