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Bobbles, Bob and Bobby to his friends. Bobbles is only young we think about 12 months. He is very playfull, loves his toys but also is happy to have cuddles. This young man is now ready to go to his new home where I am sure everyone will enjoy his company. His foster mum says the person that adopts Bobbles will be very lucky because he certainly brightens up her day
Jack Black is approx 5 years old. He is currently in a foster home and this is what he foster mum has to say about him. Jack is a loving and friendly cat who loves to snuggle up to you and play. He is a littl shy at first but gets on with everyone he meets. He is great with other cats and enjoys being brushed. Sadly Jacks old owner passed away
The little boy has been reserved and his mum, sister and brothers have now gone to their new homes.
Beauty and her kittens are now ready to find their forever families. Beauty came to the branch, along with her brand new babies to be cared for in one of our volunteer fosterer’s own home.
All four kittens will make beautiful Tabby kitties when they are older, three are going to be semi long haired and they are Sophia, Sebastian and Barney, while little Bertie is a Domestic Short Haired boy.
Tinker is a lovely 6 year old boy who is longing for a family of his own. He would love to settle down and spend long lazy evenings in front of a warm fire this winter. Once he’s had his compulsory 6 week indoors he would probably like to spend some time during the daylight hours in his garden.
If you’re interested in adopting him, Tinker can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery.
Bagheera and Babs are two 5 months old females, they are semi feral so if anyone is looking for farm cats, outdoor cats or just a challenge please visit them at Bowlers’ cattery
Cissy and Ada are just 18 weeks old and have been left on the shelf. They came to the branch to find their forever family as older kittens without their mum. Because there have been so many little kittens to choose from these lovely, but shy, girls have been overlooked. If you are patient and give them the time they need to become more confident they will make lovely house guests.
As they are happy to keep themselves amused they would suit someone who works during the week. Being older kittens they are less likely to get themselves into difficult situations around the home and will be happy to be left with some dry food as long as you are around to feed them mornings and evenings with something delicious out of a pouch or a tin.
If you would like to meet them please contact the branch as they are currently in foster care.
first posted 7.9.19
Barney, who is 14 years old, came to us to find a caring new family from one of our local veterinary practices.
He is looking for a quiet retirement home where he can spend many hours snoozing in the summer sun, once it’s stopped raining, and by the fire on cold winter days and nights.
His fosterer has said ” Barney is very affectionate, has a nice, placid, easy going temperament, always uses his litter tray and likes lots of attention”
He would suit an older person who would like some company and if you could offer this elderly gentleman his forever home please contact the branch to ask about OPAS – our Older Pet Adoption Scheme.
To meet Barney please send an email and we will send you our perfect match form.
First posted 20.6.19