Milo (Reserved)

Milo

Just a sweet chap here who’s looking for a new home to give some of my love. I previously lived with another cat but  found it a bit too stressful, so if you’ve got a home for a single chap like me I would be ever so grateful. I’m a classic Bengal, with a tendency to be strong willed. I should be fine with older children.

8 thoughts on “Milo (Reserved)

  1. Caroll Pinkham says:

    I am looking to give an affectionate home to a rescue cat. I have had many cats over the years – six in total. I live in a terraced house with an enclosed garden with a cat flap. My previous cat died of cancer and the house is empty without her. I would like a cat any age from 1 to 5/6 years old.

    1. Rose Newton
      Rose Newton says:

      Hi Caroll, thanks for your interest in Milo. We are really sorry to hear of your loss of your previous cat to cancer. Please complete a homing application form. The link can be found on our rehoming page, underneath the photos of the cats, under the heading “How to adopt a rescue kitten/cat – Step 1”. Our volunteer homing officer will be in contact with you soon.

  2. Neal Haith says:

    He looks a great cat (as you say classic bengal!) if possible can you tell me more about him, also do you rehome to Brighton? Thanks in advance, neal.

    1. Rose Newton
      Rose Newton says:

      Hi Neal, thanks for your interest in Milo. I do not have any additional information on him other than he would be better as the only cat in the household. However, our volunteer homing officer is likely to be able to give you additional information. We do home to Brighton. Please complete a homing application form. The link can be found on our rehoming page, underneath the photos of the cats, under the heading “How to adopt a rescue kitten/cat – Step 1”. Our volunteer homing officer will be in contact with you soon.

  3. Neal Haith says:

    Thinking again about milo and filling in an application form- is there any way you could tell me how old he is? Best regards neal.

    1. Rose Newton
      Rose Newton says:

      Hi Neal, Milo is about 5 years old. Please do complete an application form – this way our volunteer homing officer can let you know whether we have other cats that may be suitable in case Milo has been chosen.

  4. stephanie tulett says:

    Hi,
    Would Milo be okay with being an indoor cat? I live in a 2nd floor flat with no garden access. Do you have any indoor cats?

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Stephanie, our volunteer homing officer has indicated that we do have a couple of cats that are suitable to be rehomed indoors. I’m not sure which ones they are, but if you complete our online homing application form, she will be in touch. The link can be found on our rehoming page, underneath the photos of the cats, under the heading “How to adopt a rescue kitten/cat – Step 1”.

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