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Blake
 

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Beautiful Blake came to us as a stray and is estimated as being around three years old. When he first arrived his gorgeous black coat was not in a particularly good condition, but after proper care and attention he's now a fine figure of a feline. Blake has just that right degree of fluffiness to make him a cuddlesome squeeze without being high-maintenance. Whilst he ideally needs a daily brush to keep him ultra-smart, he quite enjoys this, so it can make for a mutually-relaxing bonding exercise and, as all you lovely people out there know, there's nothing like a bit of cat grooming to act as a stress-buster.

Blake is a gentle and loving boy, who adores being stroked and would head-butt you all day for attention. Ahhhh....sweet. He will be picked up for short cuddles and goes quite floppy in your arms whilst enjoying a fuss. As he is a chatty chap - he has a selection of chirps in addition to his usual meow - he is very communicative, so good company. He also enjoys playing with all types of toys and we think he would really enjoy a safe outdoor space to explore and exercise in...useful because Blake does love his food and can kid on that he's hungry when he's not, so an eye does need to be kept on his intake/exercise ratio to keep him in trim.

The ideal home for Blake would seem to be one where his Best Human Friend(s) was around for part of the day, or could pop in and out, as he does like comnpany. He would probably prefer to be an only pet but might like the attention that older children could give him.

This boy is definitely a Winter Warmer to snuggle up to. If you don't believe me come and meet Blake and see for yourself.

Could you offer Blake a loving home? Click here if you are interested in adopting Blake.

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