Grinch

Glorious Grinch

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We have had to change our rehoming procedures as a result of COVID-19. If you are interested in a particular animal(s), please email us on reception.martlesham@rspca-ipswich.org.uk and we’ll send you an application form.

Grinch came into our care after being found as a stray.
Whilst at the centre, Grinch was really unhappy and didn't want anything to do with us so we made the decision to put him in a foster home.
Since being with his foster family he still has his timid moments every now and again if something spooks him, but has really come out of his shell and is showing his true character. He is now super affectionate and likes to follow his humans around the house often getting under their feet!
Grinch is known as a foodie! he can never get enough (although his humans do control how much he gets for his own health and lack of self control!).
As well as food, his favourite past times consist of sitting on his humans lap, sunbathing and playing with his toys.
Unfortunately when he Grinch came into us he was suffering with severe gingivitis. It has been a few months now and with the help of steroids, his vet feels we have improved it as much as we possibly can. Grinch will need on going medication in the form of a small tablet in his food, which the branch will help with funding towards and will need constant monitoring to ensure he does not suffer.
Do you have room in your home for this great chap?

  • Breed: Domestic short-haired
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: Senior
  • Living with other animals: I cannot live with a dog, I cannot live with another cat
  • Family Situation: May live with older children (8+ years)
  • Reference: LAFC231220-98