Abandoned cat Oscar needs to finally settle down
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Oscar, an eight-year-old tabby, was left behind by his original owners.
He was briefly looked after by a neighbour before coming into care at Axhayes Cat Adoption Centre.
Deputy manager Jackie Phipp said: "As he has been between houses we don't know much about his likes and dislikes, and whether he can live with children or other pets.
"While in care, Oscar had a short episode of pulling his fur out and over-grooming. This has since resolved, but a nice stress-free home is ideal for cats like Oscar.
"He can be a very busy cat with lots of energy, and he loves his food.
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"Oscar has a great personality and will keep his new owners entertained for hours.
"Hopefully we can find him the right home so he can finally settle down."
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Axhayes always has several kittens and cats needing new owners. If you can give a cat a home, visit the Axhayes website https://www.cats.org.uk/axhayes visit the centre, or call them on 01395 232 377.