Nervous cat is looking for a forever home, from Watford animal rescue center


Good morning! My name is Charlie and I am a lovely four year old boy who came to the National Animal Welfare Trust as a stray.

I’m a real sweetheart who just needs to boost my confidence and realize that the world isn’t that scary. Here in the center I spend a lot of time hiding and being alone so I would really like a quiet quiet home away from any busy or main roads where I could take my time to explore and get to know you .

It takes me a little while to feel confident around people and happy enough to venture into making a fuss, but once I do, we’ll become best friends. I love the undivided attention and all the chicken or cheese you can offer! Food is definitely the way to my heart (and chin rub).

Ideally, I would be the only pet at home with someone who is around most of the day to spend quality time with me and help build my confidence. I could live with adults only or a family with school age children.

I have been medically examined by a veterinarian, vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed and neutered and come with four free weeks of Petplan insurance.

Watford Observer:

If you’re an understanding owner with experience with nervous cats, we might be the perfect match! Email [email protected] or call 020 8 950 0177 (option 2) to make an appointment.

  • The NAWT will be holding an open house on Sunday where you can meet Charlie and his friends.

The event, which runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Tylers Way center in Watford, will feature a fun dog show and more than 30 stalls.

For more information visit https://www.nawt.org.uk/events/spring-open-day-fun-dog-show

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