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Animal Rescue based in north west KentRegistered Charity No. 1098252
Cats Needing a Home
ADOPTING A CAT Until Anim-Mates is able to recruit more volunteer fosterers we are not able to rescue as many cats as we would like.
If you cannot find a cat below to adopt, please consider adopting from other cat rescue charities.
You can find most atwww.catchat.org
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If you are looking to give a home to a mature cat, Reuben could be the one for you.
Reuben is a shy and gentle 10-year-old cat.
Once he trusts someone he is very loving and affectionate. He particularly loves head-to-head contact.
Once fully relaxed, he will roll around on his back, happily purring.
Reuben needs a very calm and quiet home, without young children.
He appears to take comfort in the presence of other cats as long as they are laid back and not dominant.
Reuben is very timid when it comes to new people or changes and would benefit from safe surroundings.
He could possibly be an indoor cat as he is not very curious and has not expressed interest in the outdoors.
Most of Reuben's days are spent sleeping, although he has recently started developing an interest in toys too.
Reuben is microchipped, vaccinated and flea and worm treated.
If you can offer a home to Reuben please call
If you can offer a home to Mr Kipling please call Bobbie
8-year-old Mr Kipling likes to relax indoors, but equally loves to be outside.
Two years have passed since Mr Kipling, a white and black cat, went missing from his home.
A few months ago, much to his owner’s amazement, Mr Kipling sauntered back into his old garden.
However, the family's circumstances have changed in the intervening years so we need to find Mr Kipling a new home.
Since his return and Mr Kipling has proved to be a very sweet, affectionate and happy cat.
When we took him in Mr Kipling was in a poor state. He had open sores, mange, sun damaged ears and was riddled with fleas.
Now he’s been brought back to good health, Mr Kipling is ready for a new home.
He is neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and flea and worm treated.