Dudley, a tabby and white shorthaired cat.

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).

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