Capone - ready to find a home to call his own
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Can live with cats?
Not suitable for a home with other cats.
Can live with dogs?
Not suitable for a home with dogs. His surrounding territory should also be dog free.
Can live with children?
Not suitable for small children.
Requires outdoor space?
Must have a safe garden away from busy main roads.
No medical conditions. Neutered, vaccinated and microchipped
A little bit more
Our boy Capone was found on the streets after he joined a colony of ferals (for a free meal!) the team at HFC have been managing for a long time. He looked a bit battered.
We advertised him locally before we took him in but no one came forward to claim him. He was in need of castrating and some general TLC. He's now ready to find a new home where he will have a lovely garden to call his own.
We think he's approximately 3 years old and ideally would need a home without other cats as he has already had to fend off other hungry Toms (we can tell from the little tears in his ears that he's been around the block a bit!)
He enjoys a bit of a fuss and attention.
As a precaution, due to the lack of previous history, we feel it would be best to rehome him where there are no small children, but think teenagers who will give him a bit of space would be absolutely fine.
Capone was unfortunately rehomed once before, but returned as he began to attack the adopters dog and took a dislike to the neighbours dogs so his home and surrounding territory must be dog free.