Consider keeping some more mature company
HERE at the RSPCA Middlesex North West branch we have so many lovely adult cats eager to settle into a new forever home yet during the summer months many get overlooked in favour of the mischievous baby faced kittens.
However these more mature cats have so much going for them. Many have been through complete transformations while in our care and despite a tough past these feline friends just want a second chance.
We currently have more than 40 adult cats ready and waiting to come home with you and show you how great having an adult rescue cat can be.
Older cats are generally less demanding than the youngsters and need less supervision, so if you’re out of the house during the day an adult cat is much better able to cope by itself while you are out as opposed to a youngster who will be performing acrobatics on your curtains and diving off the shelves.
Cats regularly live into their late teens and beyond these days, so will have many years of life and love to give (between naps).
Fairy is a sweet girl who has had quite a harsh life living on the streets for some years, having several litters of kittens which she did a fab job of caring for and rearing, never with a permanent place of her own to call home.
Fairy, who is about four years old would best suit a home with adult owners or those with older children as we feel she may find young folk a bit too much to cope with. She has lived around other cats in the past so she may be suitable for a home with additional felines, ideally easy going males.
She may take a little longer than most to adjust to a new environment, but since she has been with us here she has settled well and we expect given a little time she will settle in well in a new home.
Ogre is a beautiful young lady who came into our care at the end of the summer last year having been born in a garage and is now a year old. She’d had little human contact prior to coming into our care so as you can imagine she was terrified of people.
Ogre is a sweet natured cat who loves being around people and other cats, though that doesn’t always mean she wants to be sitting on your lap being stroked, just nearby so she can see what you are up to.
She is a playful cat who is lively and inquisitive, friendly and a little independent.
If you think you could offer either Fairy or Ogre a home then please either give us a call on (020) 8966 9688 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. uk to find out how you can adopt them. To view all the pets we currently have looking for homes please visit our website at: www.rspca-middlesex.org. uk
Ogre, above, and Fairy