Here are updates on some of our recent rehomings from their new families
Looks like Jessica, Arthur, Lorenzo and Lancelot have made themselves at home!
Claude and Sylvester
Maisie and Geordie
Here they are on their first night - didn't take long to settle in!!
Sookie and Kovu
Our house feels complete ever since we adopted our beautiful cats Sookie and Kovu. They were nervous at first but now are both full of character and so loving and we can't imagine life without them! Adopting them both was so easy and simple and Marian made it so easy for us, keeping hold of them until we were able to dedicate a week to helping them settle into their new home.
I wouldn't hesitate to adopt from Cat's Protection again (although I think the other half would probably put his foot down if I tried to get another!)
Thank you to Marian and everyone at Cat's Protection Mere and Gillingham for finding our purrfect pets!
Just thought I’d give you a final update on Henry. He is blossoming as time goes on; he has his own little routine which involves lots of eating and sleeping on our bed all afternoon but has now become quite possessive of our garden. He spends much of the day on the top of the shed checking that the neighbours cats do not trespass and has had to cuff one of them about a bit which really shows his increasing confidence! He is still wary of most visitors and dives behind the sofa, but he seems to have settled in really well; he particularly enjoys tearing about after the squirrels but has yet to catch one! I must admit I did have my doubts in the first few weeks of having him as he was so nervous, but he has got his feet well and truly under the table and we wouldn’t be without him!
Teddy and Poppy
An update on Ted and Poppy....in short, we are obsessed with them!!
They settled in really quickly back in late October and we have had no problems since. They have wonderful natures, Ted absolutely loves having a belly rub and Poppy wakes us up every morning climbing on our pillows. They have been fantastic with my one year old niece, our friends and even converted my dog loving mum! Thank you so much for trusting us with these lovely cats, they have brought so much to us and have made us very very happy.
Wilf and I are doing wonderfully! It broke my heart to leave him last Monday when I had to come back to work...it was like leaving my child. He's an absolute star, he's so attentive, he follows me everywhere I go, calls for me when he's not sure where I am, sits watching me cook and loves to keep me company in the Bath, and gives the best cuddles! I'm very much looking forward to letting him outside which I might do this coming weekend, he's desperate to go out as he spends most of the night chatting to the other cats through my French doors, and he's got so much energy which will be fabulous for him to expend outside. I can't tell you how much these last couple of weeks have changed my life, living on my own again in my gorgeous little cottage and with the best company, he and I really are the best match. All my neighbours love him, so he's not short of admirers.
He's settled in really well. I'm in love!!! He's just adorable. He's like a little baby, cuddling into me. He's started going out at night. We tape up the cat flap for him as he doesn't seem to know how to use it and is a bit nervous of the noise it makes. He's eating us out of house and home! Loves his biscuit and Sheba fine flakes in gravy. His favourite treats are Temptations. He's really helped to ease the pain and emptiness of not having a cat in the house. We love him so much already. He's such a character. As you'll see from the photos he's made himself at home!!
And some other recent rehomies!
Midnight and Alice
Skittles (now Tilly)
Pixie and Elfie