Cats

For adoption

1/3

1/3

Sex: All females

This gorgeous Siamese type mum cat and her 4 kittens will soon be up for adoption in 4 weeks' time. The kittens are currently 4 weeks' old, there are 2 tortoiseshells and 2 Siamese types.

 

We believe that the mummy cat is around 7 months old, she is super friendly and a total purring machine and still a baby herself.

 

Could you open your heart to one or more of these fluff balls and offer a forever home?

 

**Kittens and mum cat can be adopted together or separately**

**Added to site 7th June 2020**


For adoption

Sex: Female

Age: 5 weeks old

This beautiful little kitten girl was rescued from a barn with her brother.

She’s very gentle and has a lovely soft purr.

She has very unusual markings and is black with a white tummy and white paws.

 

Who could resist this little face?

**Added to site 30th June 2020**


For adoption

1/7

1/2

Age: 8 weeks old

 

The kittens  will be identified, worm and flea treated before adoption.

Ideally we would like them to go in pairs as the person who’s feeding them said they are very close to each other.

There are two black kittens 1 male, 1 female, the grey kitten is a female and the grey and white a male.

**Added to site 30th July 2020**


For adoption

These cute little girlies are desperately looking for their forever home.


Their brothers have already been adopted and we are hoping to find these two little balls of fluff loving homes as well.

 

They are very close so need to stay together ideally.

 

The little black girl is super cute!

They are identified, worm and flea treated.

**Added to site 8th August 2020**


For adoption

1/2

Ben and his brother Bill are looking for their new forever home together.

Unfortunately the surgery Ben had to repair his broken hip and knee wasn’t successful and his leg had to be amputated. We tried so hard to prevent this but unfortunately it wasn’t to be but Ben’s not looked back since the surgery.


Ben is in no way handicapped and keeps up with his brother with no problem at all and is actually more active now that he’s pain free. 


Bill and Ben are very close as you can see and we need them to be rehomed together.

 

The vet doesn’t foresee any future problems related to the amputation.
 

The boys are around 3 months old and are microchipped, flea and worm treated.

**Added to site 22nd September 2020**


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Association pour la protection des animaux

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