Here are some of our successfully rehomed cats and kittens
Bertie was a lovely little kitten that came into our care with his mum when he was only one day old. He had been born outside in a very dirty and soggy cardboard box but we were able to squeeze Bertie and mum in at one of our foster homes on the same day that we heard about them. A very affectionate kitten who loved nothing better than racing round playing, he was soon rehomed when old enough and quickly settled in with his new family.
We went along and collected Alice from a kind lady who was very concerned about her. Alice had originally been a stray who had been taken in by neighbours but they then moved out and left her behind, so for the second time in months she found herself homeless! Fortunately, the lady quickly realised what had happened and contacted us. A gentle young cat, who was very affectionate and always looking for a fuss, she was rehomed and it took her about five minutes to settle in to her lovely new home.
Flora was a stray who came into our care heavily pregnant – and it was just in time as she went into labour the next day. She was having problems so we took her to the emergency vet and she had three kittens by Caesarian in the middle of the night. Mum and babies were all doing well so she went back to our foster home within 24 hours and the whole family soon settled in. Flora's kittens were all rehomed when they were nine weeks old and, after being spayed, Flora also went to a lovely new home.
DAISY & MARIO
Daisy and Mario into care with their mum when they were only two days old. They were a little shy but were soon rehomed together into a lovely family home.
Rosie was a stray who came into our care with her four two-day-old kittens. She had luckily been taken in by a kind member of the public who then rang us for help. Rosie's kittens were all rehomed and, after she had been spayed, Rosie was also rehomed and settled into her new home very quickly.
Marley was a stray who had not been doing very well on the streets but luckily he ended up on the doorstep of a very kind lady who started to feed him. He came into our care and after a health check which included a routine blood test, he tested positive for the Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV). Years ago this would have resulted in him having to be put to sleep but thankfully veterinary medicine and research has come on in leaps and bounds and it is now known that FIV is no longer the death sentence it was once thought to be and many cats go on to live long and happy lives. Marley stayed at our foster home for some time while he recovered from his ordeal on the streets and then went to live with a lovely family who wanted an indoor cat and it did not take him long to settle in.
Emma is a lovely little nine year old cat with a gentle nature who came into our care when her owner died. She was rehomed with a lovely family who offered her a quiet home and she quickly settled in.
ROLO AND TWIX
Rolo and Twix were brothers who came into our care with their mum. They were very shy with people when they first came in but with a lot of TLC from our fosterer they learned to trust and, although still a little shy with strangers, they became playful and affectionate. They were rehomed together to a quiet home and soon settled in.
Skunk had come from a loving home but, very sadly, his owner has been reluctantly forced to part with him due to their ill-health. He had a very loving and affectionate nature and was quickly rehomed where he immediately settled in with his new family.