Squeek is the oldest cat in the cattery at Danaher in Essex
The RSPCA’s Danaher Animal Home in Essex is looking to find a retirement pad for 18-year-old cat Squeek who sadly came into the charity’s care as his owner could no longer look after him.
The male tabby cat may be senior in years but he is a gentle soul and a very sweet cat.
He came into the RSPCA’s Danaher Animal Home at Wethersfield, Braintree, in June but so far hasn’t had any luck finding a home.
Ryan Densley, Cattery Manager at RSPCA Danaher, said: “Squeek is friendly and laid-back and has settled in really well so it feels like he has been here longer than he has. He is a true gentleman who is looking for a lovely quiet forever home.
“All he wants is someone who will happily give him lots of fuss whenever he wants it, food and a nice cosy bed where he can happily curl up and fall asleep.
“Offering Squeek a forever home will be such an amazing thing to do. As an older boy, we are keen to get him into a home as soon as possible.
“He will be the best companion who enjoys fuss and having a little chat with you. If you can make a senior cat’s wish come true and give him a loving retirement home then please get in touch.”
He would prefer not to live with other cats, or dogs, but could live with families with children.
If you can give Squeek a retirement pad, please fill out an application form here.
For more information on RSPCA Danaher visit: www.danaheranimalhome.org.uk.
To see all of the RSPCA cats currently looking for homes visit: www.rspca.org.uk/findapet.
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