PIRATE – a real treasure
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PIRATE – he’s a treasure and he’s looking for a home
Found fending for himself in a car park, two-year-old Pirate was nervous of everything when he joined his foster family. That was three months ago and he has since blossomed into a happy, sociable cat who enjoys being petted and cuddled, loves to play and can purr for France
Pirate was so named because an infection in early life has left him with a slight veiling on one eye though in fact this causes him no problems and his vision is good. While in foster care he has been castrated, chipped, fully vaccinated, tested negative for FIV/FeLV, and his flea and worming treatments are up to date. A quiet home would suit him best and he would appreciate access to a garden or outside space. He was with other cats when he was found but has been an only pet while in foster.
Pirate is currently in in Toulouse with one of our regular Les Amis kitten fosterers. She is caring for him on behalf of a local association and we have volunteered to help find him a home. He is a lovely cat who is now very happy in a family situation so if you could find a place for him in yours he is ready and waiting. For more information please send an email to Emma Wade-Baronet at the Association Les Chats d’Oc du Castera (email@example.com) or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org