Shelter Caturday - Sugar
Every Saturday we are running a special feature on a rescue cat looking for a loving home. This week the spotlight is on Sugar, a very sweet girl who currently resides at HEART Rescue in Bristol!
HEART Rescue was formed in 1996 and consists of a small group of volunteers working from their own homes in their spare time. In the past 5 years they have helped to rehome over 250 animals including cats, dogs, rabbits, horses and goats. Now they are on the look out for a loving forever home for Sugar, a gorgeous black and white feline!
5 year old Sugar has a nice nature and, although she is quite shy at first, a very playful side as well. However when she's over excited she can give the odd little nip, so although she is okay with children she is probably best off in an adults-only home.
Heartbreakingly, this is Sugar's second time in a rescue - she was rehomed a few years ago but tragically her family's circumstances changed and she has ended up in the shelter again. She is very sad and misses the comforts of a loving home, so undoubtably the best thing for her is to be adopted as soon as possible!
With October being Black Cat Month, Sugar's appeal is particuarly poignant. As well as all-black cats, black and white cats are frequently overlooked at shelters and lose out to their more colourful counterparts. However we think Sugar is absolutely gorgeous! (and we reckon her special laser-eyes in the below picture would make a great entry to our Freaky Felines competition).
Sugar is not keen on dogs, so her new home would need to be canine-free! She enjoys going outside and her new home would ideally need to be in a quiet area so she can go outside on little strolls. A little garden that should could potter around in would be wonderful.
As her name suggests, Sugar is a very sweet lady and would love a calm home where she can be pampered. She will be a great addition to any home and will give you years of love and cuddles!
If you would like to adopt Sugar, contact HEART Rescue Bristol on 01179 535663 or email them at [email protected]
Could you provide a loving home for a rescue kitty? Have a look for shelters in your local area.