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What's my story?

Say hello to 11 month old Billy. Billy came into our care as a little kitten after being dumped with his mum and siblings and has had quite the eventful life despite being just 11 months old!

He is a lovable and funny character who has so much affection to give. He is a noisy boy at feeding time and meows very loudly until his servants deliver his meal! When settled in an environment he has proved to be a confident boy who is affectionately known as “Baby Billy” due to his sweet nature. However, he is very easily startled and finds new situations or loud noises scary and overwhelming. Billy was ready to be adopted as a kitten but became poorly, showing symptoms of FIP. FIP was once a fatal condition but thankfully recent medical advancements means FIP cats can now be treated and after his course of medication he made a full recovery and is finally ready to find a family of his own. He is initially looking for a foster home with a view to adopt him once we know he is settled and happy in his new surroundings. Relapse of FIP after treatment is uncommon however it is possible so he will need monitoring for life and a new owner should be confident they can pay for his treatment if he ever did relapse as pre-existing conditions are not covered by pet insurance.

We know Billy will make the best addition to the right home and we know the purr-fect person for him is out there! He would like a a quiet home without children and with a quiet room he can settle into and can explore the rest of the house in his own time. It is important his new home will be as stress free as possible but we promise he has a lot of love and fun to offer in return! We would consider an outdoor home with safe access to the outdoors away from any busy roads or a spacious indoor home. A home with another cat could be considered but this would need to be further discussed with the animal are team. Our preference would be an experienced cat owner, preferably one that has knowledge about FIP although we’d be happy to discuss with the right person who’s happy to educate themselves on the condition.

If you are interested in adopting Billy please complete an adoption information form. Adoptions are subject to home checks.

More information about FIP can be found at the FIP Cats UK website.

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