New homes for some of our sweet girls
A peaceful new home for pretty Milkshake
Milkshake was put up for adoption after she went missing for six months from her previous owner. We reunited them, but sadly her owner was no longer in a position to care for her.
New owner Leanne says:- “She is doing well. She’s found a spot by the radiator and on the bed. She’s started purring so she’s definitely enjoying the attention!
A second chance for gorgeous Mia
Mia came to us as she had to be given up by her family for a few reasons and now she is seems to be settling in very well with Jane and her family. Jane says:-
“She is spending a lot less time behind the sofa! She loves to play and is very curious. She's enjoying being stroked and purrs readily. She's started to come and sit on our laps too. She still likes to sleep under a blanket or duvet! After about a week she really improved with her eating. She's eating a good amount (and seems to have filled out slightly). She's very entertaining and we've all fallen in love with her.
Home comforts at last for elegant Suki
Suki was an unneutered stray cat who was being fed by a kind person in Welwyn Garden City. We were unable to trace an owner so arranged for her to be neutered and found her a loving home with Deborah, who says:-
“Suki has settled in well. She has grown in confidence, and enjoys playing with her catnip toy, watching the birds in the garden and running in and out of the conservatory. She’s quite fast!