Cats Ready to Home
04 May 2020
In the current Covid-19 crises we have been unable to home the cats and kittens in our care. Many of them have now been with us for many months.
Cats Protection is working hard on trying to find a suitable and safe way that we can again start re-homing. We hope this will be in the middle of May, but nothing is guaranteed.
Meanwhile, if you are hoping to give a home to a feline, please consider these lovely young black and white cats.
The top two are Victoria and Albert, now about six months old. They were from a feral family and took a while before they considered their foster carers were not their enemy. Once they overcame their initial fear, they started to become more friendly. Albert is now a very loving, sweet young man who loves nothing more that cuddles first thin in the morning before he has his breakfast. Victoria is a little more reticent. She loves to be near us, and adores her treats, but does not like to be picked up. Well, not every cat does! Because of their close bond we are looking for a home where they can stay together.
The bottom left are Ruthanne and Tania, and the bottom right are Glenn and Finlay. They were from the same colony as Victoria and Albert. They are now very well socialised and they are lively, active and raring to go to a home. Again, we would like them to go in their pairs.
These cats would not be suitable for a home with very young children.
We have lots of other cats who will be ready to home very soon. Keep checking back on the website or our social media pages for updates
If you would like to be considered as future adopters for these six lovely young cats, or any others in our care, please email with your details: name, address, brief details of your family members and contact telephone number to: firstname.lastname@example.org