BELLA (March)

BELLA (March)

BELLA (March)

Bella arrived with us on Friday 21/3. She is around 8 months old and is booked for neutering this coming Friday (28th). A loud purry tortie that had been a stray for about 6 weeks with another cat that has yet to be brought into the rescue. She is an affectionate girl who would love the comforts of someone’s sofa I’m sure! Please give us a call or pop in to see her. She’s one not to be missed! Thank you, Faye.

BELLA AND SPOT

BELLA AND SPOT (Brother and Sister)
Please say a very giddy welcome to this Brother and Sister act! 5 month old siblings arrived with us on 13th March. They had lived in a house with another kitten of similar age. Somewhere along the line the owners had said that these two weren’t using the tray and their poohs were loose. We have had them on a sensitive diet and reintroduced them to our kitten feeding regime. At no time have their poohs been loose or missed the tray??? Therefore we see no reason that these very adorable felines cannot be homed…..but they MUST go together. Please enquire at the rescue for any further information. Thank you, Faye.

ANGEL

ANGEL WITH EARSANGEL
Just please spare a very heart rendering minute for Angel. Firstly she only has 3 legs, her front left leg had previously been amputated whilst with her owner. She is roughly 7 years old and unfortunately was not wanted anymore. The rescue (so we are told) refused to take her back and said they would put her to sleep because of having only 3 legs. If this is true then it’s a very unfair comment to make or indeed a practice that our rescue would never do unless under a vet recommendation. What we discovered after her arrival is that she had the onset of skin cancer to the tips of her ears. Cats with white ears are susceptible to this and had sunblock been applied on a regular basis then she may well have not had to go through an operation to ‘tip’ them. She also had to undergo a dental, luckily only 2 teeth were removed. This miraculous lady has gone through the mill a bit to say the least… Surely we owe her a very loving home as an indoor/protected outdoor home setting. Please call us at the rescue if you could offer a SECURE and safe home, moreso a very loving one. Thank you, Faye.

ARNIE

ARNIE
Arnie was brought to the rescue on Friday 21st March as a stray for over a week. He’s been a loved pet of someone’s but unfortunately he’s not been microchipped. He is roughly 5years old and a very handsome tabby and white lad. A little unfriendly at the weekend (22-23 March) but seems to have settled now and accepting the human touch. If you know someone who might have lost him please spread the word. He is up for adoption now but I would really love to find his owner. Please call the rescue if you can help us on 0161 653 6530. Thank you, Faye.

TASHI

TASHI arrived with us on Friday 14th February. His owner is a Buddhist and was going on a long term retreat. He couldn’t find anyone to care for Tashi in the meantime. Very loving and the obvious ‘kitten’ behaviour, Tashi would suit most home settings. He has already been fully vaccinated but is still not old old enough to be neutered (only 4-5months). We can soon arrange that once he has settled into a suitable home. For any further information you can contact one of our volunteers at the rescue our pop in and see him

Tashi

TASHI

for yourself. Thank you, Faye.

AMBER

AMBER

AMBER


Brought to us as a un neutered stray found in a car garage. We have named her Amber. Nervous on arrival, she has gained the trust of our volunteers since Friday 14th February. She had to be bathed on her arrival to remove some of the debris and fuel that was on her fur. I cannot believe how well behaved she was to say that she only had trust in the garage owner from a distance. She has actually got some white patches of fur where grey used to be. W really want a content and quiet home setting for her. She only deserves the best and we think a stable, quiet home would be the best start for her even if it is second time round. We estimate her to be only about 7 months old. Somebody is going to be a very fortunate person who adopts this wonderful lady in waiting! Thank you, Faye.

LILY AND WILL

LILY AND WILL

LILY AND WILL

You just cannot stop these two. They should have be called Dastardly and Mutley! Very entertaining and have been placed in our largest cage. A good job as they have oodles of energy. Both very clean and good eaters, this Brother and Sister duo will keep you on your toes for sure. They are now 7-8 months old and we have had them neutered and their 1st vaccination. Their owner begged her Mum to have them, however failed to care for them as the novelty wore off….how could someone tire of these two! Please call into the rescue and meet them for yourself. Thank you, Faye.

I’m Pickles, Mr.Pickles!

What a gorgeous boy Mr.Pickles is and a big one at that. He is perfect in every way (well I think so). He arrived on 8th February and is 3 years old. A lady had been feeding him for quite a number of weeks and took him to a vet to be checked for a microchip. None found and the lady couldn’t keep him much longer so she brought this gorgeous boy into our rescue. We have now had him neutered and he’s received his 1st vaccination. Nothing can stop this lad now from being homed. He’s great on car journeys and loves to nuzzle your face when you clean his cage. Come on, there must be a home that’s got a slot free on their sofa! Call into the rescue to meet this boy. Not to be sniffed at believe me! Thank you, Faye.

TINKERBELL (BENGAL)

TINKERBELL

TINKERBELL

Welcome Tinkerbell, but not for the faint hearted! She has a very strong dislike for cats and dogs alike and makes it quite apparent with her vocal opinion. She is 2-3 years old, neutered and microchipped. Also, I am pretty sure she is up to date with vaccinations. Sadly her owner passed away recently and there was nobody to take her on. Preferably she needs to be with someone who has a history of Bengals and MUST not have any other pets. People with young children should look at adopting an alternative cat also. Please enquire through the rescue for further information. Thank you, Faye.

BRIAN

BRIAN

BRIAN

Yes, this dangerous Brian had got himself into a slot of bother…either with another cat or even a dog. A very severe abscess to his left cheek has left this 2-4 year old displaying a beautiful neck accessory! He has to go back to Crown House Vets this Friday (21st) and if all well then we can schedule his neutering operation. He is not keen on the ‘necklace’, but it has certainly not put him off his food in any way! I would hope that whoever takes him on will allow for his appetite! He was really good at the vets when he was checked over and also when we initially bathed his wound. Will be best suited in a very comfortable home that will give him everything he has missed out on since his owner moved away last October and left him to fend for himself and another cat that he left behind. Pop down and see this little bruiser for yourself. Thank you, Faye.
UPDATE: We let Brian out of his cage after a little recuperation from his op and having his wound flushed and treated. Vets say it was doing well on its own but a long acting antibiotic would help things along..
Unfortunately, nobody took a shine to Brian and we had no choice but to let him out to be a resident. At present he is shirking the limelight but is occasionally seen in the vicinity of the rescue. Hopefully he will make himself known as the weather gets better. rest assured though that Brian will have plenty of food and shelter at any time. Thank you, Faye

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