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I know this is probably the wrong place for this, but as I cant exactly ship it, nor do I want anything for him...

Would anyone like a 1yr old brown/silver tabby?

He's a lovely cat, very very friendly (if a bit jumpy) and affectionate (he only looks grumpy cos I just woke him up for the photo). Great with kids and will come sit on your lap, but doesnt like being picked up, its on his terms and his terms only :lol: He is also very vocal, which I think is great, my other two never make a sound.

But I also have another cat who is... how do I put it... A bit 'special'. He's ever so timid and terrified of a whisper, the vet says he's not all there and he is being generous. Tigga has taken a dislike to him and bullies him and poor old beemer just doesnt know how to deal with it. Tigga is absolutely fine with my other other cat Rusty, so its not that he likes to fight, he just doesnt like Beemer :( (the other two were named after my old e30 bmw in case you were wondering :lol: )

I've had beemer for longer and love him to bits, so sadly Tigga has to go.

He is about to be neutered, has had all his jabs etc and is up to date with frontline.

Collection only or can deliver locally to plymouth.

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Lovely looking animal, hope he finds a good home :)
 
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He is a gorgeous lil beasty. When he was a kitten he looked like a proper silver tabby (bacardi cat style) and the wife desperately wanted him. We paid £65 for him! She was a bit disappointed when he grew into a normal brown tabby, but he has superb markings and is still very good looking so she got over it. :lol:

I really want him to go somewhere he'll be happy, I couldnt bring myself to give him to a shelter :( Will be sad to see him go to be honest but its got to the point that Beemer doesnt like to come in the house if he's here. With winter coming I don't want him sleeping on the doorstep so this seems to be my only option.

Tigga's being 'done' on tuesday and I've got fingers and toes crossed that he might change and leave him alone. But he's not really aggressive to the other one, more overly playful, so I dont think it will help.
 

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Sorry, Munky the person in Plymouth that I know that was looking for a kitten about 3 weeks ago has since got one. I hope Tigga is not too tender after his trip to the vets.
 

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aw hes gorgeous, he is the spit of my kaz.....i hope you find someone kind to have him:)
 
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Do it, Doooo iiiiit!

He was successfully 'chopped' yesterday, so won't be going anywhere for a week or so. But he has spent the last day getting up to his usual tricks so my hopes of change seem destined to fail.

As such, it looks like he is still very much available. :(

I'd be willing to meet halfway ish (as far as exeter I guess) for you non-local locals.
 

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Do it, Doooo iiiiit!

He was successfully 'chopped' yesterday, so won't be going anywhere for a week or so. But he has spent the last day getting up to his usual tricks so my hopes of change seem destined to fail.

As such, it looks like he is still very much available. :(

I'd be willing to meet halfway ish (as far as exeter I guess) for you non-local locals.
When our wee boy kitten was done the Vet said it would take a few weeks for the hormones to die down. The Vet was right, he cat still play fights with his sister but without, well, trying to you know what.
 
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