We have launched a desperate appeal to find “Crumble the cat” a “forever home”.
Sadly, our appeal has come in response to the lack of interest in Crumble, a two-year-old male who has been in the care of us since May last year.
Crumble is currently in a foster home after showing ‘stressful behaviours’ at our cattery, including fur pulling.
The two-year-old is on a grain-free diet to minimise any chance of his food being the cause of his fur pulling.
Lisa Walsh, Deputy Animal Centre Manager points out – “From Crumble being in a foster home we discovered that Crumble has a high prey drive, loving to run and hide and pounce on chaser toys, the more feathers the better for him.
“Crumble is desperate to get out exploring the great outdoors again to run off his energy and be able to play to his heart’s content before coming home for cuddles and food (he’s a real foodie).
Sadly, for Crumble his current foster home doesn’t have safe access to the outside so he cannot fulfil these needs there.
“We are appealing for a family/person who thinks they could be Crumbles forever home to come forward and offer him a foster place in their life with a view to carrying out a full adoption at a later date if his fur pulling resolves itself once he is able to be the adventurer he dreams off.”
If you are interested in Crumble, please contact us.
If you are looking to give a forever home to any animals in the care of our centre or other animal centres, please visit the weblink below and you will be able to search for type, age, rehoming requirements, and location.
All adoptions are currently made via a strict online, perfect match system to ensure that the animal is right for you as much as you are right for the animal.