A 12 YEAR OLD unicorn cat who has spent several months in an adoption center is still looking for a new home.
Thomas was given to Wadars Animal Rescue in Worthing following the death of his owner.
He has spent the last 118 days at the charity’s cattery.
Tracy Cadman, operations manager at Wadars, said: “Unfortunately, following the loss of his owner, Thomas himself had unhealthy health and had to undergo surgery to remove his earflap.
“But he’s fighting fit now and has come out the other side and looks even more adorable than before.
“We are looking for a quiet, loving home for Thomas where he can once again enjoy a quiet life, snoozing on his lap and sunbathing in the garden.
“As a slightly older gentleman, Thomas may need a little more care later in life, but is generally a very easy cat and will make anyone the perfect companion.”
Wadars is looking for a home for Thomas to spend his retirement years with no other pets or small children.
The charity finds homes for around 300 animals each year and runs a wildlife sanctuary.
If you think you could offer Thomas a suitable home you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/22312983.worthing-charity-trying-find-home-cat/?ref=rss Worthing charity trying to find a home for the cat