CAN YOU OFFER THESE CATS A HOME?
|Please think about offering a home to one of our older cats. These cats are so often overlooked.|
There are several benefits to adopting an older cat. Unlike a kitten or very young cat the personality is already formed so you know exactly what you are getting. Older cats are usually calmer, steadier and less demanding than younger cats. Usually all they need to keep them happy and contented is food, warmth and love. Very many cats now live until their late teens and an increasing number into their twenties. They make wonderful companions, particularly for an older person, yet they are so often overlooked and spend many months waiting for a new home.
We have recently taken into our care several older cats .Please take time to read about them and don't just dismiss them out of hand because they are older.
ZUKI - AFFECTIONATE CONTENTED GIRL
Zuki is a lovely, black cat . She is 10 years old. Her owners have lost their home so poor Zuki has also lost her home. She is a very undemanding cat who is happy both indoors and outdoors. All she asks is some affection and regular food and water.
KANDI - AS SWEET AS CANDY
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Kandi is 14 years old but she doesn't know it - she has you believing she is half her age. She is named Kandi because she is as sweet as ..... (candy). She needs a home with no young children and no other cats so that she can be lavished with all the attention. She likes to follow you around and is very chatty. She is very much a lap cat, always ready to sit on your lap for hours at a time.
CHARLENE - A LOVING COMPANION
Charlene came into our care after her owner sadly passed away. She is a very attractive tortie, age uncertain, but probably 10+. She is quite a shy girl until she gets to know you but, once she does, she is a very loving and affectionate lap cat. She loves her food and enjoys being brushed and playing with fishing rod type toys. Charlene is looking for a home with no other pets and no young children where she will be a loving and loyal companion.