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Kobe and Aries

This is a really tragic situation. Unfortunately Aries and Kobe's owners were involved in a car crash and tragically one of them died and the other is in a situation where they can't keep the cats.

The mainly black one is called Kobe, he is 1 year old. He absolutely loves cat milk, cat nip and mouse shaped toys. He’s a bit jumpy and cautious but once you’ve stroked him a bit and he’s comfortable, he loves to be fussed and will climb all over you to find a comfy spot he can lay and cuddle in. Will happily accept any food you want to give him.


The white/black one is Aries, he is 2 years old. He is the laziest and least ‘cat’ cat you could imagine. But absolutely loves climbing or burying himself somewhere. For example, he will find a way to get under your bed, on top of your kitchen counters, and any boxes/bags he can find. Seems to have a hatred for the floor and wants to go exploring instead. Loves to eat pouches, the jelly in them is his favourite. And you can always tempt him with some dreamies! 

Could you be the loving home that these two cats so deperately need? Contact to find out more.

Where we are unable to take in a cat that needs a new home, we try to help through our Direct Homing

We will feature the cat on our web site while the cat stays with its current owner and they continue to be responsible for its health and welfare. We can make no claim to accurate knowledge of the cat, its health, vaccination status, or whether it is neutered, etc.

It is up to the potential adopter to liaise directly with the current owner to decide if the cat is suited to its possible new home. South Birmingham Branch can give no guarantees to owner or adopter. The Branch charges no fee for the Direct Homing Service.

Cats on our Direct Homing Scheme will stay on our website for four months and then we shall assume, unless otherwise advised, that they have been rehomed, and will remove their details.  If the cat has not found a new home, and the owner wishes their cat to remain on our website, we ask that the owner contacts us by email providing up to date information and new pictures, particularly if the cat as first shown was a kitten or very young cat and, at the same time, reconfirm their contact details.