Ziggy

Ziggy

Ziggy, affectionally known as bear, is a beautiful black cat around 5 years old.  He is a real softie, a little scared on initial meeting but wouldn’t harm a fly, and doesn’t mind being picked up. He would be suited to a home without young children, to ensure that he doesn’t become more nervous. He would benefit from being the only cat in the household.

12 thoughts on “Ziggy

  1. Katie Aylwin says:

    Hi, I am looking to take on an adult rescue cat. I’ve had rescue cats for the past 26 years, always adults and love to see these cats grow in trust and confidence. We have an elderly extremely placid male who has been use to sharing his home with other boys and never had a problem. We have a large enclosed garden and live in a no through road. If you think ziggy would get on with another male, that would be great.

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Katie, thank you for your interest in Ziggy. I have just had an updated description from Ziggy’s fosterer, and they suggest that he would be best as an only cat. However, we may have other cats that could be suitable for you. 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”. Please include the information listed above in your application. Our volunteer homing officer will be in touch with you soon.

  2. Janis Farmer says:

    I am interested in Ziggy. I have had cats since 1992 and rescue cats since 1993. My last cat died in November of undiagnosed heart problems.

  3. Alba Loprieno says:

    Hi Team, me and my partner are looking to rehome a cat, open to sex/age/breed, will consider couples. We live just outside Dorking 2 bed flat, ground floor, private garden, rented with landlord permission, currently own a 15yo rescue JRT very good with cats. We are both 50 no kids both WFH. Please get in touch we would really love to have a companion for our elderly dog.

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Alba, thank you for your message. 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 touch with you in a few days following receipt of your homing form.

  4. mayuri patel says:

    I would like to adopt him as he mostly ticks off the boxes but is he an indoor cat? If yes then that’s amazing

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Mayuri, thank you for your message. Ziggy is not specifically an indoor cat. We do sometimes get cats in care that need to be indoor only cats. If you would like to be put on a wait list for an indoor cat, 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”. Please do request to be put on the waiting list. Our volunteer homing officer will be in touch soon.

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Margaret, thank you for your message. 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”. Please request to be put on the waiting list for Ziggy. Our volunteer homing officer will be in touch soon.

  5. John Scott Watt says:

    Hello I like the look of your Ziggy and would be very interested in rehoming him. He would be the only animal in the house.

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi John, thanks for your message and interest in Ziggy. 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 touch with you soon.

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