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Sapphire had to come in as sadly his owner passed away, so found his way in to our care and is now looking for a new home to call his own. Sapphire is a very shy boy and he is going to take some time to settle in to a new home. He is looking for an understanding owner who can help bring this little chap out of his shell! At first as soon as we went to see Sapphire he would dart off away from us. He is begining to settle now. He will now stop still and listen to us chatting about our day and let us stroke him. He isn't sure yet about being fussed but it's still been a huge step for him. All the changes in his world has been quite scary for him.
Sapphire could live with a female cat, if introduced slowly. He can live with teenage and upwards children who understand to give him space and time to build his confidence up around him. But Sapphire would not like to live with any dogs. Please chat to us if you think he is the one for you.

My personality

  • I may be able to live with another cat
  • I need to be able to go outside and explore
  • I could live with children of secondary school age
  • I'm a shy guy; I'll need time to settle
  • I would prefer not to live with a dog

About Me

Breed: Domestic Shorthair crossbreed
Colour: Tabby
Age: 4 Years (approx)
Ref: 192278

Contact the centre or branch about me:

Blackberry Farm Animal Centre

R S P C A
Blackberry Farm Animal Centre
AYLESBURY
Quainton
HP22 4RJ

0300 123 0752

10.30am-3.30pm Tue-Sun (closed Mon). Also closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Years Day. We prioritise animals we have rescued from cruelty and neglect, which means we cannot take in unwanted pets.

About Me

Breed: Domestic Shorthair crossbreed
Colour: Tabby
Age: 4 Years (approx)
Ref: 192278

Would you like to adopt me?

There's a lot to think about before taking on a pet. Read our rehoming page to find out more about adopting from the RSPCA.

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