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Can you give Billy the purr-fect retirement home?

PUBLISHED: 07:29 02 August 2019 | UPDATED: 11:06 03 August 2019

Billy the friendly feline is looking for his forever home. Are you looking for a sweet, furry companion?  Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND

Billy the friendly feline is looking for his forever home. Are you looking for a sweet, furry companion? Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND

Charlotte Bond

Billy the cat is looking for new owners to take him in and give him the attention he needs. Could you be a perfect match?

Billy the friendly feline is looking for his forever home. Are you looking for a sweet, furry companion?  Picture: CHARLOTTE BONDBilly the friendly feline is looking for his forever home. Are you looking for a sweet, furry companion? Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND

The 15-year-old, who is a domestic short-haired cat, arrived at the RSPCA in Martlesham after his previous owners could no longer care for him.

This feline friend is a very affectionate and vocal boy who loves nothing more than being in the company of others and playing in his igloo bed.

His favourite activities consist of sleeping and grabbing all the attention he can - rewarding people with love and affection if they can offer his dream home.

The 15-year-old is currently on medication for a heart murmur, but the RSPCA will help towards funding this.

Billy the friendly feline is looking for his forever home. Are you looking for a sweet, furry companion?  Picture: CHARLOTTE BONDBilly the friendly feline is looking for his forever home. Are you looking for a sweet, furry companion? Picture: CHARLOTTE BOND

He cannot live with any other cats or dogs - but human company is where bubbly Billy is at his best.

For more information on this fury friend and details on how to adopt him contact the RSPCA on 0300 999 7321.


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