YogiReservedNorth Hertfordshire

Yogi was adopted at the end of 2018 after being found as a stray. He was advertised at that time as being a real softie, and was

happy to be stroked, picked up and rolled over to have his tummy rubbed.

Sadly he was returned to our care in November 2019 a very poorly boy and it has taken a long time to get him to the stage where he can be rehomed.

He was diagnosed with IBD, but no food or medication helped his condition, until it was suggested that a raw food diet may help. Yogi eats this happily and it has helped his recovery. He also requires B12 medication, which can be added to his food.

Yogi has now been described as a cat who likes a fuss, although sometimes has an off day and can be grumpy. Considering the amount of time he has been in care and he what he has been through, he can be forgiven for his off days and is just like any other cat.

Yogi will need a quiet, loving home to spend the rest of his days with someone who is prepared to continue his special diet and medication and give him the love he deserves. It would be best if he is not homed with children or other pets.

If you believe you have the right home for this young man, we would love to hear from you.

You can watch Yogi in his video below.

Please call us on 01438 228877 or click the contact button to enquire about offering Yogi a home.

Gender Male
Age 4
Breed Domestic short-hair
Colour Black and White
Can live with cats No
Can live with dogs No
Can live with a family No
Can live with mature family Yes
Indoor cat No
Access to Outside Yes
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