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Some of the Cats we have Rehomed

Georgie

Georgie

We thought you would be pleased to know how well Georgie has settled in, she appears very content!

She loves the garden and spends quite a lot of time outside-but luckily never goes too far away, happy to sit on the shed roof! When in the house she is usually asleep on a bed, usually with Matt or Jon if they are in as she likes company. She also likes sleeping in a wardrobe which is where she is if we can't find her!

She loves a cuddle and gets plenty of them!

Thank you again for caring for her.

Elaine, Andrew, Matt and Jon

Patrick & Dylan

Patrick & Dylan

Hello Helena, Val & Team

We are contented in our new home, see our picture above.

Our new owners love us, apart from when we are naughty by jumping up on the food worktop. We love playing with the table tennis ball with them and rushing up and down the stairs.

We spend some time looking out into the garden and can’t wait until we are let out.

We will keep in touch,

Patrick & Dylan

Mittens

Mittens

Just a quick note to let you know how well Mittens is doing with us.

I know we’ve told you a few times how super Mittens is and how brilliantly she’s settled in.

We took the attached picture tonight – you can see that she is getting on fine with our other cat Frosties.

Thank you!

Sarah

Jessie & Tigger

Jessie & Tigger

One of my favourite pictures..Jessie and Tigger are now getting on very well.

IT did take 8 months of perseverance BUT it was well worth it!

They are friends now and Tigger has realised she loves to play with Jessie now.

- Tracey

Cookie

Cookie

Hello to all at Paws & Claws

I have now had Cookie for a year. He settled into my home immediately.

He is so friendly to everyone, including my neighbours children.

He's had no problems with his heart murmur although did have two bouts of a bunged up bowel!! But all is well now.

Now its getting colder, he has decided that sitting on my lap is a good idea for both of us.

Best regards,

Pauline

Tabitha

Tabitha

Hello P&C,

Back in 2006 (around July/August) we adopted a lovely cat called Tabitha (at the time she was 4 years old).

Tabitha is still with us and is the sweetest cat that everybody loves including strangers! She is a very clever affectionate cat and likes 'talking' a lot!

Here is a picture of Tabitha at home waiting to sit on my lap!

Many thanks!

Andrea & family

Larry

Larry

Hi Paws & Claws,

I just thought I would send you a photo of Larry enjoying the garden. It has taken a bit of time but I think he has settled in now.

He and Perry (other cat) get on, we haven't had any problems with them. We have found both sleeping on our bed together. Larry has spent a lot of time under the floor (we are having a new bathroom fitted and the floor is up to move pipes) I think he likes the dark.

He is still a bit nervous around people but I'm sure you know it is going to take a year or two for that to go away, if it does at all. This is about the 5th time Larry has been let out and he has come back on his own every time.

Thank you for giving Larry to us. I think he is perfect for us.

- Deb

Kiki

Kiki

KIKI, age 7, arrived as a stray and in poor condition with her long fur badly matted. As she recovered it became obvious that her temperament and lack of litter training meant we could not re-home her in a domestic situation. Not every charity will take such a cat but we home a number like her every year in outdoor/rural settings. Queen of all she surveys, on a 9 acre estate, this now beautiful cat is much loved by her new owners.

Chloe

Chloe

CHLOE’S owner took her to be put to sleep as she wanted to travel in her retirement but the vet suggested that instead she brought her to us.

Chloe came to live in the Pavilion in 2008 when she was 15. A pretty and affectionate cat she soon became popular with visitors.

In fact a couple, who have given us much support, liked her so much that she went to a new home with them in May 2009.

Chloe

Chloe

CHLOE’S owner took her to be put to sleep as she wanted to travel in her retirement but the vet suggested that instead she brought her to us.

Chloe came to live in the Pavilion in 2008 when she was 15. A pretty and affectionate cat she soon became popular with visitors.

In fact a couple, who have given us much support, liked her so much that she went to a new home with them in May 2009.

Ollie

Ollie

CHLOE’S owner took her to be put to sleep as she wanted to travel in her retirement but the vet suggested that instead she brought her to us.

Chloe came to live in the Pavilion in 2008 when she was 15. A pretty and affectionate cat she soon became popular with visitors.

In fact a couple, who have given us much support, liked her so much that she went to a new home with them in May 2009.