Thursday, 13 December 2012
CATS AT THE CAT RE-HOMING CENTRE (REVISED, EXTENDED VERSION WITH EXTRA TRACKS)
This post is an updated photographic list of all the cats available for re-homing as of today, Thursday 13th December 2012. They are all, all of them, nice friendly cats. I've visited them today and can guarantee this. so I'm not going to use the word friendly in the following descriptions because you can take it for granted. All have been neutered, vaccinated, de-flead and wormed. All of these cats love people and just want a good and loving home.
Further, having seen them all this morning, I'm delighted to say that they've clearly settled in well to their new accommodation where they are being well looked after. On this level alone the new cat re-homing centre is a success. All we need now are people who can give a good home to a cat or two to turn up.
Leona, a small female about two years old, not great with other cats.
Jay, female, 8 years old, good with children but not other cats.
Ginger, two-ish, male, bossy with other cats, shy but likes people.
Harriet & Hector, about 14 months, brother & sister who must be re-homed together, and two of the friendliest cats you're likely to meet.
Aimee and Annabelle, mother & daughter, 10 and 18 months respectively, should be homed together.
Phoebe, 3 years old, has a lovely soft coat.
Tess, about two, a bit shy.
If anyone reading this would like any of these cats, contact me on 0191 5142204.
Lastly, two very young (8 months) neutered sisters who are living at Carole's. They have to be re-homed together and it goes without saying that they are friendly and basically adorable. Contact Carole on 07977769109.