Simbie and Snorty

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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.

Simbie and Snorty came into our care after a change in circumstances for their previous owner.
Simbie is a little nervous of people when she first meets them but she is certaining making positive steps to enjoying having human company around and receiving fuss.
Snorty on the other hand is the complete opposite! he loves people and wants nothing more than attention and love.
When they first came into the centre it was discovered that Snorty has a very odd behaviour....he snorts! We have done multiple investigations to find out why and so far been unsuccessful to come up with a diagnosis however we do feel this doesn't affect his quality of life and actually adds to his brilliant character. He also came into our care with only one eye!
Because of how timid Simbie is, it would be best for them to go to a calm home where she can have the time and space she needs to become as confident as her friend.
Do you have the right environment for this lovely pair?

  • Breed: Domestic short-haired
  • Gender: Male & Female
  • Age: Adult
  • Living with other animals: I cannot live with a dog, I cannot live with another cat, I would like to be rehomed with my friend
  • Family Situation: May live with older children (8+ years)
  • Reference: 29PC100421-20