Meet lovely Leroy!
The six-year-old black and white cat was brought to the Sheffield Animal Centre by an inspector, after he was found straying in a poorly state.
RSPCA spokesman Adam Spencer said: “Leroy was underweight, very lethargic and feeling under the weather when he was found and brought to the centre in June. After monitoring at the vets for a few days, and some medication, this handsome young chappy started to feel much better.
“Leroy was initially a little shy when he arrived here at the centre but he is growing in confidence.
“He loves a fuss and gentle groom and, when fully relaxed, he will have a little play.
“This handsome gent can still get a little shy around new people sometimes, and in new environments, so is looking for a home with no very young children (if any).
“At times, Leroy gets easily anxious, sometimes resulting in minor urine infections, for which he`s currently on medication, but which may be long term.”
It is not known how Leroy would handle a new home with existing dogs or cats, so plenty of initial meetings would be necessary.
Adam added: “Has our handsome and totally gorgeous Leroy caught your eye? Maybe he could be the cat you have been looking for? Can you offer him the loving forever home he’s been looking for?”
Visit www.rspcasheffield.homeip.net for details on Sheffield Animal Centre and the work they do.
Call RSPCA Sheffield on 0114 2898050 to find out more about Leroy, or to arrange a visit.