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5year old Harry was adopted as a kitten but has recently come back to the sanctuary due to a relationship breakdown. He has spent some time in foster and his foster mum says …..

Harry got very attached to me – he loves sleeping next to people on the bed, and he’s a big, soft lap cat. When he’s had enough of your lap, he’ll sit next to you and lean against your side instead. He’s very demanding when he decides it’s time for food. He talks a lot, especially when he’s hungry or wants more attention, and he’s a big fan of belly rubs. Despite his extremely chunky body, he’s really good at leaping around after feathers on strings, and loves to hide in the tunnel so he can watch the toy and pick his moment to pounce. So it should be fairly easy to get him to get some exercise, with the right toys.

He is jumpy around sudden noises and can suddenly go from being confident and affectionate to really nervous so he wouldn’t cope well with kids or other animals



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