Apache is a stray who was being fed by a kind lady but has now been handed into us for rehoming. He is delighted to be back in a home again and is very confident and friendly. He doesn’t have an aggressive bone in his body and is happy to be stroked and cuddled. He has even met the fosterers’ own cat and just strode straight over to say hello, so we think he will probably be fine to be re-homed with children and/or with another cat. He has been checked over by our vets and they estimate him to be about 3 years old. He had a few wounds from his time living rough, but they treated those and also neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, flead and wormed him. He will need his second vaccination around 18th May, which will be his new owners’ responsibility, if he’s been adopted by then. He loves company and will settle next to you on a nearby chair, although so far has only briefly sat on a lap. He enjoys a stroke and a comb and purrs happily with the attention. He’s playful, and loves catnip toys and a feather on a stick, but will instantly switch to stroke mode so we think he’d be perfect as a family cat. Can you give this gorgeous boy a second chance at a happy home life?