Milo – Adopted June 2023!
Breed: Ginger Tabby
Age: Around 1.5 years old
Energy Level: High, I am a playful boy!
Litter trained? Yes
Kids? Older, looking for a calm stress free household
Cats? Possibly, if calm
Dogs? Possibly, if calm
Medical Needs: Regular vet checkups, monitoring for any issues in the future, specialist urinary cat food if recommended by vets long term
Hi, I'm Milo!
I have found myself back at WAG unfortunately. This time around I am feeling 100%! When I first came to WAG I was sick, but now I'm all better, I need to stick to a specialty food, but other than that I am a-ok.
I can be a playful fella, so I would like a family that will play with me lots and be eager to do some cat enrichment or even training!
I am such a sweet and snuggly boy, I have stolen the hearts of everyone I have met so far, and rightly so! Will I steal yours too and make your family complete?
Please keep an eye on my profile for updates as I continue my quest to find a forever home, I am a lucky boy that I am being spoiled with a foster family!
If we sound like a match made it heaven, please fill out the application form further down on this page.
My Purrrfect Match:
• Will be ready for a long term commitment
• Will keep a close eye on my toilet habits
• Will keep my health in mind and take me into the vet for regular checkups and be able to pay for my special diet if recommended by his vets
• Will give me time to adjust to my new surroundings
• Will set me up for success if I am expected to move into a home with new animals or young kids
• Will keep me safe and happy, forever
Milo will need his forever home to be calm and low stress. They will need to keep a close eye on him and his health in the future, as cats with urinary issues can be more prone to possible reoccurrences. He may also need to be on a special diet ongoing to assist with his urinary health which will be a cost to consider. Proactive care is key - by monitoring for any changes in his litter box habits and behaviour and taking Milo to the vet at any sign of trouble.
I was first surrendered to WAG after needing to be hospitalized for a week for a medical emergency. My owners loved me very much and knew that WAG would give me the best chance at getting the emergency I needed when I was extremely unwell.
I have unfortunately found myself back at the shelter, sometimes things don't work out.
I am hoping that my next family will be my forever family!
If you can't adopt me, please consider donating to WAG's Critical Care Campaign, this helped save my life.