Bondi (needs garden)

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Bondi (needs garden)

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We got Bondi about 4 years ago, after he was rejected by his mother, which made him somewhat skittish. We got a second cat (his sister) a year later to try and bring him out of his shell and he seemed to like the company. It worked to some degree, she was out of the window exploring the garden as soon as we allowed her, and after  6 months of watching her, he finally plucked up the courage to follow her out one night. Unfortunately she then for some reason turned on Bondi and wasn't very nice to him , which caused him to become anxious.

We moved into a flat last year so he's become an indoor cat, but he hates it in the apartment because we are on a main road and it's very noisy, the sound of traffic scares him, a door opening scares him etc. He spends the days hiding under the sofa for comfort and peace and only ever comes out to eat (he LOVES to eat). He can be very affectionate when he wants food. This poor cat has no quality of life since we have moved and is in a constant state of fear and always hiding. 

When you are able to spend quality time with him he comes out of his shell a bit more, but unfortunately my partner and I workfull time.

It is therefore with reluctance we are looking for a new home for Bondi as we feel he would be better off in a home with a garden  and with someone who can give him the attention he longs for. Bondi's ideal home would be with a retired person or someone with more free  to spend with him and in a quiet environment, not in London on a main road! 

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Name: Bondi

Maturity: Adult

Colour: Tabby

Approx. Date of Birth: June 2014

Gender: Male

Breed:Domestic short hair


Is the cat feral: No

Is the cat neutered: Yes

Is the cat microchipped: Yes

Is the cat vaccinated: Yes

Can live with cats: Yes

Can live with dogs: Not sure - he has never met one

Can live with a young family: I would say no, he is not vicious by any means but he is scared of children if they try and chase him

Can live with a mature family: Yes absolutely - this would be ideal

Indoor only cat: No (we use to live in a ground floor flat and he would go out at night, be now we are in an apartment and he doesn't go out, won't even sit on the balcony)

Requires outdoor access: Yes