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    Shelter Caturday - Dusty

    NewsShelter Caturday!Friday 24 October 2014

    Every Saturday we run a special feature on a rescue cat looking for a loving home. This week the spotlight is on Dusty - a friendly chap currently waiting for a forever home at the Cats Protection National Adoption Centre in Haywards Heath!


    Dusty is a lovely boy of 12 years of age who came into the centre as a stray from Uckfield. He's a quiet, easy-going feline who enjoys being groomed and made a fuss of. He's looking for a quiet home with no other pets so he can have all the attention to himself! He's a real charmer and has won the hearts of staff at the centre - to the point where he's been promoted to reception cat!

    Although some potential owners might worry about Dusty's age - there are many benefits to adopting a senior cat. They are far lower-maintainance than a younger cat or kitten, and for this reason are ideal companions for those who work full time (although you must make up for this with lots of cuddles and fuss in the evenings and on weekends!). Older cats frequently get left behind in shelters for longer periods of time, so you can be sure that your new feline best friend will be particuarly grateful for their new family, and will reward you with years of love and companionship! Cats Protection also know that finding insurance for older cats can be a pain, so Dusty will be rehomed with 4 weeks complimentary insurance from Petplan which can be renewed and continued for the rest of his life by you.

    As you can probably tell, all Dusty really wants is a warm lap to curl up on. He would also greatly benefit from a quiet and calm home environment with a garden to potter about in.


    If you can provide Dusty with a patient, understanding forever home please contact the Cats Protection National Adoption Centre on 01825 741330 or email them on [email protected]


    Could you provide a loving home for a rescue kitty? Have a look for shelters in your local area.



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