Dudley featured in Pete’s column in the Telegraph on Sat 9th January 2016.
This handsome lad is four years old, tabby and white shorthaired. Dudley was found to be FIV+ when he was brought into care with an injury. He needs a quiet, calm household, perhaps with someone around for part of the day. He would be best suited to a household without dogs or children. He cannot be homed with other cats unless they are FIV+ too and also needs an indoor home or a home with a secure outside enclosure attached. He is in good health and there is no reason why he should not lead a long and healthy life. If you live in the Farnham area and would like to adopt Dudley please contact Cats Protection’s Farnham & Wey Valley Branch on 01252 334 644. To see cats in need of homes in your area, please visit www.cats.org.uk. Reg charity 203644 (England and Wales) SC037711 (Scotland).