Wilson came in to WARS on the 06/11/2020 because sadly his owner passes away. Wilson was in a really bad state. Covered in wounds, fleas and dried blood. He had very inflamed gums, cancerous tumors on his ears and was sneezing blood. Along with all this he suffers with Cat flu. As of 06/01/2021, Wilson was given the the all clear as being fit and healthy. It warms all of our hearts here at WARS as this little cuddly boy has been an absolute trooper.
Wilson has had the tips of his ears removed and a dental to help his teeth. Now currently the only medical issue he has is the remains of the cat flu virus which will occasionally make him sneeze and give him a little bit of a raspy breathe other than this he lives a content life.
I can say that Wilson is one of the cuddliest nicest cats we have ever had here. Everyone who meets him loves his gentle friendly nature. He has so much to give and anyone who has him will be a very lucky home.
Wilsons history is a bit of a mystery to us as we dont have any information other than the location he came from. The vets have estimated that he is 14 years of age.
Because Wilson has the cat flu virus in his system he can pass this on to other animals. Therefore he needs to be the only pet in the home and live an indoor only lifestyle. Note: This in no way, shape or form can be transmitted to humans.
Wilson is a lovable character and really needs a special home that is looking for such an affectionate lovable character. Anyone looking for an independent cat will not be the right home for this honorable gentleman.
Because we have no official history regarding Wilson, he could only live in a home with children above the age of 12+.
Wilson would need to be in a home where he isnt left for long periods of time. A 9-5 working day would be a bit too much for Wilson as he would miss you too much.
It is important to give your cat time and space to settle in to their new home. Do not flood your new cat with too many experiences too soon. It is very tempting to show off your new addition to family and friends, but try to resist as much as you can. It is better to take things quietly and slowly – let them learn and get used to their new home environment first, building up trust levels and confidence. Make sure you provide safe places for them to hide, along with litter trays and scratch posts. Most importantly, your new addition will need to know where their litter tray, food and water are.
Have toys available to play with so once settled they can exhibit natural behaviours. Play time, along with grooming can help develop the bond between you and your new addition. Ensure you keep your cats indoors for a number of weeks before letting them out, allowing them time to settle and understand this is their new home.
We do advise that you do keep your cats up to date with flea and worm treatments, along with their yearly booster. Don’t forget to update the chip if you move.