Buster is a very friendly boy who has been living as a stray within communal gardens. He was found collapsed when we were called for help and Buster received immediate treatment. Buster was un-neutered and in desperate need of some dental treatment. He is now neutered and had his dental work completed with 12 rotten teeth removed!
Buster also tested positive for calicivirus. Feline calicivirus (FCV) is a small virus that mainly causes acute upper respiratory infections (URIs) in cats. The virus is readily transmitted between cats through direct contact with saliva, ocular or nasal secretions, inhalation of sneeze droplets and sharing of food bowls and litter trays. In a contaminated environment (including bedding and grooming aids) FCV can potentially survive up to a month, although probably often does not survive more than 7-14 days.
We think that he is around 7 years old and he is looking for a home with outdoor access. Although Buster likes other cats he should only be in a home with cats that are also infected with calicivirus. He would also be content on his own providing he can go out through a cat flap whenever he likes.
I can live with children
I have not been tested with a dog
I am fine with other cats
I require access to the outdoors
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