Jeeves has come a long way since he was rescued in June from living rough and fighting with other cats in Langley Green. He came into Felines 1st with a nasty, infected neck abscess. He was not microchipped, nor neutered, and no-one had reported him missing. A blood test found Jeeves to be FIV positive, and the wound on his neck required regular bathing, taking weeks to heal. Finally, in early July, he was ready for rehoming. He was adopted by a couple who were able to provide him a suitable indoor-only home. He has settled down really well and is now a much loved part of their family.