Eddie came to us when he was abandoned by a previous owner and was being cared for temporarily by a member of the public.
He is such an affectionate boy and loves to chat to you!
Eddie would love to be able to venture outdoors when settled into his new home, so it can’t be near main or busy roads, and we think he may be ok with older children, but would suggest you bring any children along with you if thinking of adopting.
He isn’t too keen on other cats and we don’t think he would like to live with a dog either, but we are sure he will provide more than enough companionship for someone. Eddie has so much love to give and really enjoys being around people.
Eddie has an issue with his gums (gingivostomatitis) which means that he needs regular steroids. As we want the best possible care for Eddie, the shelter is adding him to our long term foster cats, which means that when he finds his new cat mum and dad, he will go and live out his life with them, but the shelter will help pay for his medication and any treatment relating to his gum condition.
If you think Eddie would fill a cat shaped hole in your family, please get in touch.
If you are interested in adopting Eddie or would like to learn more about what we need from you to adopt, please visit our adopting page.