Are you able to give this 20-year-old cat a loving residence to see out his golden years?
Timmy, whose age is the equal of 100 human years, was put into the care of the RSPCA Burton-upon-Trent & District department after his proprietor was not in a position to deal with him.
The moggy would hold sitting within the street, which led to strangers being concerned about his wellbeing and repeatedly taking him to the vets and animal centres close by.
Georgia Coxon, from the Burton department, hopes a house could be discovered for the ‘loving boy’ very quickly.
She mentioned: ‘He’s a really particular boy who, as you possibly can think about on the age of 20, won’t have lengthy left, however actually has sufficient love to present within the meantime and deserves consolation within the time he has left.’
Timmy is the oldest cat the department has ever seen and is believed to be one of many nation’s most aged moggies.
However, at 20, he’s a younger lad compared to the world’s oldest dwelling cat, 27-year-old Flossie who lives in London.
Georgia mentioned Timmy is in fine condition, contemplating the numerous years he’s seen.
‘He’s doing very well for his age, though he will probably be on hyperthyroid treatment for the remainder of his life and has a small most cancers development on his face,’ she mentioned.
‘But this isn’t presently affecting his high quality of life and isn’t in want of therapy.
‘Now in a foster residence, Timmy is stored as an indoor cat and has settled in nicely.
‘His new proprietor would want to do the identical and hold him indoors.
‘Please do get in touch if you could provide a loving retirement home for the lovely Timmy.’
In the event you suppose you would give Timmy the retirement residence he wants, you possibly can pop into the charity department or name 01283 569165.
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