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SNOWY- indoor home wanted

Snowy is a very friendly, placid and gentle cat of simple pleasures. As long as he has regular food, a warm sleeping place and a few cuddles he is a very happy boy.

He loves belly rubs and purrs for England whilst kneading the air. Snowy, who has the air of a majestic lion about him, would be fine to live with other cats.

For the last 8 years Snowy lived in a Gillingham garden, where he was fed by an old lady. She contacted us when Snowy was limping one day and we took him into our care. Our vet treated his bite wound and performed surgery on both eyelids to correct a painful condition called entropion, where the eyelids are folded inwards and the lashes rub on the cornea.

Snowy recovered fantastically from that but his fur has not quite grown back, which is why his face still looks a bit unusual.

10-year old Snowy was also neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and flea and worm treated.

A full blood test showed all his organs to be in perfect working order, however he tested positive for FIV which is why we are seeking an indoor home for him.

      You can read about FIV here:

If you can offer
an indoor home to Snowy
please call Bobbie

07808 625519

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If you can offer
 a home to Delilah
please call Bobbie
07808 625519

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This lovely tabby girl, who has spent most of her two years living in a very busy household,  is in need of a calm new home.

With other cats continually pestering her, a very grumpy dog growling at her, plus very noisy visiting grandchildren chasing her, poor Delilah retreated into her shell.

She longs for a new life in a home with a caring, calm person or couple, who will spend some time getting to know her and encourage her out of her shell.

Needless to say, a new home for Delilah must be without any other cats, dogs or children.

Delilah is neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and flea and worm treated.