Vadar arrived as a stray in August 2016. He was well cared for by his people but their resident cats refused to accept him. He was fostered in late May 2017 but came back to us because after he gained a bit of confidence, he stopped getting along with the other cat.
Vadar is a very handsome boy who is very relaxed and friendly. He loves to play with anything from feathers and string to saucepan lids! Now that he's found his feet, he can get a bit grumpy with the other cats in the shelter. Vadar just wants some people to spend time with.
Vadar would suit most indoor only homes as an only cat.
Vadar is FIV positive. This means his immune system does not work as it should, and he is more vulnerable to other illnesses. Vadar is desexed, which means his illness is only transmissible by a deep bite wound from another cat. Though Vadar is a very relaxed cat, we can't guarantee the other cats he may encounter in the neighbourhood would be as relaxed. For this reason, Vadar must be an indoor only cat. Because of his FIV status, Vadar is eligible for our permanent foster programme. This means that we will cover all medical costs relating to his illness for the rest of his life. Learn more about our foster programme here.