Angus #2 IF033-22

Rescued21 Jul, 2022
Date of Birth*21 Jan, 2021
*Most dates of birth are estimates

Physical Description

Angus is a big-boned, boofy tabby who is an ex-Tom cat. He has the big jowls that we associate with male cats who have been undesexed out on the streets for a while after reaching adulthood. His fur is incredibly soft.

Known History & Temperament

Angus was trapped in an industrial area by a volunteer, who took him into care from there. From there, she has been working with him over a few months to get him more used to human company. In his current foster home, he is at the point where he loves to twirl around his human’s legs at food time, purring up a storm. He also accepts pats happily, and loves scritches around the head and ears, and down his back. He may still occasionally flinch with a hand coming his way, so gentle movements and actions are required. He has come a long way!

Cattitude Level

  • Shy, gentle, tentative
  • Scared and shy – prefers cats to people
  • Loves snuggle time, but also ‘alone’ time

Interests and Hobbies

Angus is rather food motivated, and food is the way his past and present carers have got through to him so far. His current foster carer managed to start patting him while he was eating, and now he accepts pats and starts purring while waiting for food.


Angus isn’t a fan of sudden movements, and may think that he’s going to be in danger from human hands. He looks grumpy but for the most part this is just his looks!

Purrfect Home

Angus needs a home where the humans have lots of time and patience to give him while he adapts. He isn’t a lap cat as yet, but with the right home he may end up that way. He is a gorgeous, boofy boy and his purrs are very loud! He likes being near his human, but even more than that he loves his food. He is good with the other cats, although with one particular foster cat he’s not afraid to stand his ground and push back against bullying behaviour. He’d be great with other cat-friendly cats. Since he is FIV+, he needs to either be in a home with a cat enclosure, or be kept indoors and not allowed to roam.

Health Notes

Angus tested FIV positive which wasn’t a surprise to any of us. Other than that, he’s a healthy boy and we see no reason why he can’t live a good, long life. He has the absolute softest fur, which is quite a surprise given his background.