Ozzy

Ozzy would love to find a loving home he can proudly call his own. Ozzy is 15 years old but age is only a number 🙂 Ozzy went to the vets and had a full

Ozzy would love to find a loving home he can proudly call his own.
Ozzy is 15 years old but age is only a number
Ozzy went to the vets and had a full blood test and check-up done and the results are great!
He has only early-stage kidney disease which is normal for older/senior cats but he doesn’t require any medications. His diet should be wet food for senior cats.
Ozzy’s foster parent says about Ozzy: He seeks out affection but very much on his own terms. It’s taken a few months before he’s actually laid on top of me during cuddle time, whereas he usually prefers to be next to you, not on top. He’s super calm and sleeps a lot, but when he’s up he’s very clear, surprisingly agile, and often chatty. He LOVES under the chin scratches, loves cans of tuna, and sleeping on my clothes in my cupboard. He also is a creature of habit and schedule. Not that he yells at me when it’s food time, but more that he knows when it’s evening cuddle time, when it’s sleep time, when it’s wake up time, etc. He’s also really smart. Because he drinks so much water sometimes he’ll drink the bowl empty before I have a chance to fill it up. When this happens he goes into the bathroom (the only time he ever really does), sits in the bath and meows. That means he wants more water. He’s a fascinating lil fellow who I wouldn’t have guessed is as old as he is. Not as cuddly and affectionate as others I’ve fostered, but over the past few months he’s opened up a TON more so I think with even more time he’ll want even more.
Please get in touch if you would like Ozzy to join your family!
  • Status: Needs Home
  • Gender: Male
  • Fur colour: Black
  • Age: 15 Year(s) Old
  • Neutered/Spayed: Yes
  • Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only
  • Can live with children: Yes
  • Can live with dogs: Not Sure
  • Can live with other cats: No

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