This ‘handsome fellow’ is Logan, and he is looking for a new family to take care of him.
Logan, who is two-years-old, has been cared for by staff at RSPCA Sheffield since August but he is now looking for a new forever home.
When he was taken in to the centre, based at 2 Stadium Way, he was a stay cat and had a wound on his inner thigh which caused an infection, and unfortunately he had to have his leg amputated.
However, he has now been nursed back to health by staff at the RSPCA centre and is hoping to find someone to take care of him.
Adam Spencer, of RSPCA Sheffield, said: “After rest and lots of antibiotics to kick the awful infection, Logan recovered but not out of the woods yet, he also suffered some tummy troubles which also needed some treatment and special food to help him to get well.
“We are thrilled that Logan is finally ready to find his new home.”
Adam, who described Logan as a ‘handsome fellow’, added that he extremely friendly and affectionate boy, he likes handling to be on his terms.
He said: “He can quickly become overstimulated and give the odd slap or nip when he is feeling this way.
“He’s a very clever boy and needs lots of mental stimulation to keep his active mind busy, he loves to play with his toys, explore and have adventures.”
Logan is looking for an experienced cat home with adults and older teens, if there are any children in the home.
He also needs someone to take care of him who is used to living with and taking care of a cat, ideally a quirky cat with attitude.
He is looking for an indoor only home with someone who will spend time with him ensuring that he is kept happy, busy and content.
He also needs to be the only cat in a home to ensure he does not have to get worked up at the thought of sharing his toys, space and resources with another feline. He may be able to live with a dog.
This lovely ginger and white cat likes to eat James Wellbeloved Complete.
Adam said: “Could you offer this handsome gent a second chance of happiness?
“If you can offer Logan what he needs, call 0114 289 8050 or call into the RSPCA offices, two Stadium Way.”
Visit rspcasheffield.org for more details.