Pets seeking pads
Cats Protection is the leading feline welfare charity in the UK, with 29 purpose-built adoption centres throughout the country, as well as 255 volunteer-run branches.
Little Hope is an absolute star. She came in heavily pregnant, and promptly had a litter of four beautiful kittens. She was a fantastic mum, very devoted to her babies, but is now looking forward to having some pampering and quality time spent on her instead. Hope has a very friendly, gentle personality and loves to have some fuss and attention – always responding with lots of purrs. She will sit on your lap and have a cuddle, too, and her friendly nature means she would suit most homes well. This little lady definitely deserves a loving home – could it be yours?
Cougar has found himself with us as he had been a stray for a while, doing all the things men cats do! Now neutered, he is looking for something more stable, a home he can call his own. Although sometimes nervous of new things or loud noises, Cougar can be extremely affectionate. He loves to hang out on your lap and will stay there for ages if you let him. Due to his temperament, it would be best that he goes to a fairly quiet and relaxed home, but once settled you will find that you wouldn't want to be without this chubby-cheeked boy.
Biffy and Midnight have found themselves homeless as their previous owners also found themselves homeless. Both boys are loving and affectionate little cats; however, Midnight is the more forward of the two and loves a belly rub. Biffy is a little more laid-back but is always ready with big purrs. Although not suitable with other cats or dogs they are great with children, and after a few days of settling will be fantastic family members.
If you would like to find out more about the work of Cats Protection please visit our main national website at www.cats.org.uk . You can also contact the centre on 01872 870575 , e-mail via our website [email protected] or visit our centre at Cornwall Cats Protection, Point Road, Carnon Downs, Truro, TR3 6JN, open daily, 11am to 4pm.
Source: This is Cornwall