WHO IS IN THE PEN?
THE PEN IS LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME!!
On this page you can usually read about the cats being cared for in the pen by our wonderful fosterers, Ron and Mike, who have fostered for us right from the start of Leeds Feline Friends.They have done sterling work caring for all the cats mentioned on this page but soon they are going to be leaving Leeds and moving on to pastures new.
Fortunately, Sox and 'Tach have just been offered the indoor home that they have been waiting for for almost a year so now it's not cats but the pen that is needing a new home. If you think you might be interested in giving this very smart pen a home please
To Ron and Mike we offer our heartfelt thanks and our very best wishes for the future.
AT LAST SOX AND 'TACH HAVE GOT A NEW HOME
Prudence was the next occupant of the pen. She had spent two weeks sitting on her doorstep waiting to be allowed in.There was no one there to open the door for Prudence as her owners had moved and left her behind.We thought she would be in our care for some considerable time as, though very affectionate, she was quite a feisty girl and, if over fussed, she would respond with a quick bite or a scratch. However, to our delight, within a very few days of her being on the website, someone contacted us about Prudence. After a successful home visit this lady went to meet her in the pen where her carer demonstrated the feisty side of Prudence's nature by over fussing her. Her potential new owner was in no way put off and didn't hesitate to go ahead with the adoption so Prudence got a new home where, with firm but loving handling, she has become a delightful, affectionate companion with lots of character.
Her place in the pen was then taken by Jake, a handsome black boy.Jake spent many months in the pen with no one showing interest in him. He then went into foster care to get him used to living in a home. He became increasingly affectionate and the good news is that his fosterers became so attached to him that they adopted him so, at last, Jake had a home of his own.
Next were HOLMES and WATSON, two delightful young brothers, who were also very happily rehomed.
SOX and TACH (See top of page) were next in the pen. Again they are happily settled in their new home.
We had expected them to be the last cats there but HUMPHREY, a long time stray, needed somewhere to go where he could be looked after, following a long stay at the vets, so he went into the pen for a couple of weeks until, luckily, he was adopted and went to his new home. The pen was then dismantled and now it is awaiting a new home.
You can read about all these successful adoptions onHOME SWEET HOME