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Valentino, m/n, found as a stray, but now neutered and ready for his new
home. He is a bit nervous, not surprisingly but does like a fuss and just
needs time to settle. Not suitable to live with children as he would be
overwhelmed by them. Quiet home where he could go outside if he wanted to.
Humphrey we think was a street cat for some time, possibly abandoned, but
luckily being fed by a lady he visited every day. He is neutered, although
slightly timid at the moment, but does like a fuss. He eats well, is clean
and ready for a new home which must be somewhere safe for him to be allowed
to go outdoors.
Jenny, a very shy girl who would love a home with another cat. She came from
an industrial area, hence why she is shy, but she will improve with someone
willing to give her time and patience. Jenny is spayed, chipped and waiting
for her new home
Katrina is a lively girl, neutered and mchipped, ready for her new home.
She can get excited, so best not homed with young children, but she is very
Molly is ok and friendly, but Violet will be very shy with anyone else. They have lived together since last year. They could be homed separately if needed
Penny came into us as a stray. She was a brand new mum with 2 tiny babies and was so aggressive and fierce, it was unclear if she was a feral or not. As it turned out, she was just super protective. Once her babies were old enough to be rehomed, Penny changed again! It became apparent that she’d probably not had the best start in life. She was very wary of people especially children, didn’t really understand affection when given and presumed she was going to be tormented. With lots of time and patience, Penny is now eager for a stroke and attention. She positively craves to be around someone!! She’s still slightly wary at times so we’re looking for someone who has experience with cats and can understand her body language. You’ll need to be able to give her the time she needs to come out of her shell and gain her trust but once you’ve got that, she’ll be the most loving cat. She does at times give you little love bites but it’s definitely not with any malice or aggression. Unfortunately Penny isn’t keen on other cats so will need to be an only cat.