Shoebox strays – Buddy and bear
JUST this week this poor wee chap, Buddy, was found left by the roadside in a shoe box with no food or water, just his teddy bear and a note saying “Kitten give away. My owner no longer want me. Please take me!!!”.
Thankfully the kind person who found Buddy took him home and gave him a meal and a bed for the night before the RSPCA collected him the following day and the Middlesex North West Branch took him in until he can be found a permanent new home.
Despite his ordeal he is an incredibly sweet kitten and loves a cuddle and a huge and will reward you with a great big purr. Buddy is quite a little character and would make a get addition to any family so if you are looking to give a rescue pet a home then please call or email us.
In addition to finding a home for Buddy before Christmas we have four lovely kittens, fast becoming cats, who came into our care in August but still haven’t found a home and who we would really love to go to their new homes for Christmas.
They were born under a shed in some ones garden but despite our best efforts we could not trace the owner of their mum, who must have had a home as she was very friendly.
Algernon and Abner, both boys, are now about five months old. As is often the case with kittens born in gardens they are a bit shy but they are getting better and have improved a lot since being in foster care.
They can be cuddled and loved being stroked once you have got hold of them!
They would be best suited to experienced cat owners with a good understanding of cats who can help them grow in confidence and help them shine. As these two have bonded we will want to rehome them together.
Aldous and Anita are the brother and sister of Algernon and Abner. They are again about five months old. Anita is short haired while her brother Aldous is the ‘fluffy’ one.
Once again we will want to rehome these two together as they have also formed a natural pair and are close to each other.
Anita and Aldous still need ‘working – on’ to make them happy family cats as they are still very shy so a gentle hand is needed but they are young enough with the right home to blossom into wonderful courageous cats.
Again these lovely wee guys really need to go to a home with experience cat owners who have a good understanding of cats and the patience to help these two build their confidence in people.
If you would like to find out how you can go about adopting Buddy or Algernon and Abner or Aldous and Anita the please call us on (020) 89669688 or email us at: info@ rspcamiddlesex.org.uk to get the ball rolling.
You can also visit our website at: www.rspca-middlesex.org.uk
n SHY BUT SWEET: brother Abner
Algernon with his
n ABANDONED WITH HIS BEAR: Buddy was left with a note in a shoebox