Reason for Foster
Receiving treatment for Ringworm, needs respite from the shelter.
Quiet home preferred. No other pets in the home.
Ringworm is a zoonotic disease which means other pets and people are at risk of developing ringworm, however following recommended protocols and extreme hygiene practices does limit the risk greatly.
Ringworm is a simple fungal infection and easily treated however ringworm active cases are not recommended for people who have a compromised immune system.
It is recommended that a ringworm foster is kept in an area that can be easily and regularly cleaned such as spare bathroom or laundry.
3 years old.
Previous Foster Carer / Shelter Notes
Hello everyone! My name is Mr. Kitty Kat and as you can probably see I am what they call 'Large & in Charge'! I have sadly seen the inside of the shelter a few too many times as I keep getting returned due to no fault of my own. Busy environments and other animals stress me out so I require a calm & mature home where I can be an only pet and get given plenty of time to settle in - I do not want to move again! Do you have a spot for an affectionate boy like myself?!