Mickey is a friendly boy with big yellow eyes and shiny black fur who got dumped with his collar still on at the National Museum. Despite this he is still trustful to humans and loves cuddles.
Mickey quickly made friends with two older females and has a male buddy within the colony. Unfortunately though, he got involved and injured in a fight with another fellow. Mickey suffered a hip dislocation and had to undergo surgery. Thankfully, all went well and he is up and running again, fit to finally find a loving place he can call home. While Mickey has both male and female friends he's not overly keen on other males (probably due to his experience). However, with a patient and experienced adopter he will find his place among a new cat family. Or else make a great solo cat.
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1. Adopter must have a stable income, or if adopted by a youngster, must have the full support of the family to undertake the responsibility.
2. Adopter must commit to care for Mickey for life and to never give him up.
3. Mickey must be fed a quality diet of wet cat food, with little to no kibbles.
4. Though Mickey is overall healthy, neutered and vaccinated, he must be taken to the vet for regular checkups. Needless to say he must be taken to the vet promptly if he seems ill.
5. Regular updates by whatsapp must be provided until Mickey has settled in.
6. Mickey must be kept indoors in a cat safe home (to prevent him from accidently falling out a window or from a balcony); or inside a cat-proofed yard of a landed house.
7. Strictly no caging.