Meet Ollie, he is around 8 years old.
The first thing you will notice about Ollie is his cute face and the size of him (photos don’t do his size justice), he is one big cat with a personality to match.
Ollie can be super affectionate as he loves a bit of a pat and scratch but he does not realise how big he is and when he is feeling like a cuddle he will jump on his foster humans stomach or chest so he can lay on them, squish them and get some loving.
Ollie loves laying in the sun by the window and try’s leading his humans to the food bowl even if he has just been fed, sometimes he can become a little demanding and give you a bite on your ankle, I think this is for more food either way, food = happy Ollie.
Ollie can be unpredictable with his behaviour at times and is not suitable for children or dogs, he gets along with his foster cat brother but can be quite dominant towards him.
Ollie's forever family will need to be patient when he moves in, as he is highly anxious in new environments, so will need to give him time to settle, Ollie is suited as either a indoor cat or perhaps a barn cat due to some of his unpredictability
Ollie is desexed, litter trained and up to date with vaccinations, flea and worming.