Danaher Animal Shelter seeks relocation of 18-year-old Squeek

An animal shelter has issued a desperate plea as it seeks to rehome its oldest cat.

The RSPCA’s Danaher Animal Home in Wethersfield is looking to find a retirement pillow for 18-year-old cat Squeek who was taken into the care of the charity because his owner could no longer care for him.

Squeek is a male tabby cat who has been aged for years but is described as a gentle soul and a very gentle cat.

He moved into the house in June but so far has had no luck finding a home.

RSPCA cattery manager Danaher Ryan Densley said: “Squeek is friendly and laid back and has settled in very well so it feels like he has been here longer than he has. He is a true gentleman looking for a nice, quiet forever home.

“All he wants is someone who will be happy to give him a lot of fuss whenever he wants, food and a nice cozy bed where he can snuggle up and fall asleep happily. .

“Giving Squeek a forever home will be such an amazing thing to do. As an older boy, we are keen to place him in a home as soon as possible.

“He will be the best companion who likes to fuss and chat a little with you.

“If you can make a senior cat’s wish come true and provide them with a loving retirement home, please contact us.”

Squeek would prefer not to live with other cats or dogs, but could live with families with children.

Visit danaheranimalhome.org.uk for more information or an application form.

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