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Now adopted - Winston needs a new forever home (Adopted today 22/6/2019..!!)
Now adopted - Winston needs a new forever home (Adopted today 22/6/2019..!!) - 20190418_154144_2_9b2832fcb4e7074397395467346bcfe3
Now adopted - Winston needs a new forever home (Adopted today 22/6/2019..!!) - 20170326_151917_2_7871d452b916c689f8f865902e4871e0

This is Winston

Update 22nd June : Winston has now been adopted.. This lovely boy is a big, bossy, Alpha male, long- haired tabby cat. He turned up at my house nearly three years ago as a skinny, feral tomcat. He and my cat Betty took an instant dislike to each other and it hasn't gotten any better over the years. Winston doesn't want to share his human with any other cats so I'm hoping I can find him a home that can offer him one on one company. Because Winston is an ex-feral cat he has trust issues and he will need a patient owner. His happy place is a full bowl of food at least twice a day and cat biscuits on tap (he weights 9kg). He loves to have a sunny spot to sleep during the day and hopefully a spot on the bed at night. He loves to just hang out with his human in between time. He doesn't like a lot of petting or cuddling but appreciates being brushed and combed regularly. He is a very big, strong boy and will try to bite if teased or petted too much. Because of this he is not a suitable pet for young children.. Winston is de-sexed. He has recently been de-fleaed and wormed and last year had his teeth cleaned at the vets. He is in A 1 condition and would be, at a guess, around 5 years old.. If you have any questions or know of someone who might like this big boy please contact me below. Winston lives in Kohukohu..


  • Location : Northland
  • 0273318392
  • Species: Cat
  • Breed: Tabby cat
  • Fur Length: Medium Hair
  • Age (Years): Five
  • Sex: Male
  • Desexed: Yes
  • Microchipped: No
  • Listed: 21.05.19


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