Petfinder - these cats want a happy mew yearBy Laura Herbert
January 02, 2009
As we all look forward to the year ahead there are still several unwanted and abandoned cats facing a bleak and lonely year. But you may be able to help them.
Young Elsa arrived at the Cat Protection centre as a stray but it was soon discovered she was diabetic. Although her exact age is not known, she is a tortoiseshell with white fur and has a lovely nature.
Because of her diabetes she needs injections every morning and evening, although the centre will cover the cost of insulin and regular check-ups.
Coco is a nervous young lady of about 18 months with short black and white fur. She would best suit a quiet home without young children because of her nervousness but she is improving all the time.
Lovely lady Mavis is an 11-year-old who is often overlooked because of her age. She is a friendly little sweetheart who is looking for a nice warm home to retire in.
Bobbie is a young female black cat who came to the centre as a nervous stray. Her foster mum has spent a lot of time with her and she has improved greatly.
To adopt any of these cats, call Reading and District Cats Protection on (0118) 940 3005 or visit www.readinganddistrictcats.org
- Mince Pie, featured in Petfinder on Friday, December 19, has found a new home in Burghfield. The tabby and white furred boy was rehomed just in time for Christmas.
- A concerned pet lover is pleading for the safe return of her “little cutie” cat Sweetpea, a long-haired tortoiseshell with white beard and paws.
The two-year-old went out for a walk on Tuesday, December 23, but has still not returned to her owner’s home in Shinfield Park. Call Susan Svensen on (0118) 986 4717.