Noddy, a “sweet, playful and active” eight-year-old cat was taken into the Blue Cross rehoming centre in Burford last October.
But the charity has had zero interest from potential owners.
The team has now taken to social media to help find him a quiet home where he can build a bond with his new owners.
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Pet welfare assistant Elisha Webber said: “We don’t know why anyone wouldn’t want to take on Noddy but we’ve not received any homefinder forms or interest in him.
“Noddy loves company but is a little shy still when it comes to fuss.
“In the right home we think he’ll get more confident as he bonds and builds trust with her new owners.
“We’d love to see Noddy kick off 2024 in a new home where he can continue to blossom.”
Noddy is looking for a home with no other pets and a garden for him to explore once he’s settled into his new surroundings.
If you think you can give Noddy a home visit bluecross.org.uk for more information.
The Burford rehoming centre opened in 1990 and has facilities for 25 dogs, 21 cats, 14 rabbits and other small pets.
It also has numerous paddocks and stables to care for up to 60 horses.