Poor Charlie had been out on his own for a while, and clearly been making a dismal job of attempting to be self-sufficient! Guessed to be around 18 months – 2 years old, so is really just a baby. Initially terrified and starving, Charlie took a few days to stop hiding and begin to make friends, and now his true character is beginning to shine through.
Charlie is still nervous of sudden noise and movement, and is very food driven (he is still eating 4 meals a day to try to get him up to weight). However he is also an affectionate lap cat, loves his fusses and purrs for England. He has a really cheeky side to him too, and loves to be a little bit naughty! We think his slightly cross-eyed look makes him all the more handsome!Charlie does not like the company of other cats, he finds them too threatening, so would want to be the only cat in the home. He was found in a very rural area, so we assume that he has not been used to a town environment/traffic etc. and would be happier in a quiet, safe home in a rural environment again.