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    Shelter Caturday - Mr Kipling

    NewsShelter Caturday!Friday 05 August 2016

    Every Saturday we run a special feature on a rescue cat looking for a loving home. This week the spotlight is on Mr Kipling, a friendly and affectionate boy looking for a forever home.

    Established in 1860, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home aims to never turn away a dog or cat in need of help. They reunite lost dogs and cats with their owners; when they can’t do this they care for them until new owners can be found for them. They also work hard to educate the public about responsible pet ownership including microchipping, neutering and training. This includes educational talks and visits to schools and organisations, events, and publications. They help care for over 9000 cats & dogs a year - including Mr Kipling, a stray cat who enjoys the company of humans and deserves a forever loving home.

    Name: Mr Kipling

    Breed: Domestic Short-Hair

    Sex: Male

    Age: 6 Years, 1 Month

    Centre: London

    Reference: 351208

    Poor Mr Kipling was found as a very skinny and weak stray and has obviously had a hard life.

    He has settled into the Cattery really well and has shown to be a friendly and affectionate boy who enjoys the company of his human friends as much as time to himself.

    Once he gets to know you he loves cuddles and will give the biggest head nudges. Mr Kipling will need to be an indoor cat only with new owners who are willing to spend quality time with him as he has tested positive for the FIV virus.

    He is very clever when it comes to food so new owners should invest in some different feeders to slow down his eating and keep his brain occupied!

    If you think you could offer Mr Kipling a home please contact Battersea Dogs & Cats Home on 0843 509 4444 for more information.

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




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