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 Anim-Mates

Animal Rescue based in north west Kent
Registered Charity No. 1098252

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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.

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Victor


Victor is a big gentle cat who is a real softie, craving love and cuddles. Unfortunately, he is also extremely timid and hardly dares to venture out of his igloo bed.


In his fosterer's home he is making progress after initially hiding under a blanket for the first couple of days. Victor still needs a lot more time and patience to learn to trust again.


Victor was found living in a Gillingham garden when a cat lover moved there eight months ago. She started feeding him and asked us to rescue him as he was getting tormented by another alpha male cat.


Victor, thought to be about six years old, was covered in scabs and had a nasty abscess at the root of his canine tooth, which required an extraction.

 

Since coming into our care, Victor has been neutered, microchipped, blood tested, vaccinated and flea and worm treated. He also had his teeth cleaned.


His fosterer is concentrating on building up Victor’s confidence and trust.


Victor will need a calm adult only home with an experienced owner and ideally no other pets. He needs reassurance and a lot of patience to help him blossom and come out of his shell.

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


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

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Camilla


A gentle tabby is looking for a home.


Camilla is an incredibly sweet-natured cat, who loves to interact with people. She also loves a good chat.


When meeting strangers this eight-year-old tabby can appear to be a little nervous at first, but once she gets to know you Camilla wants to give you all of her attention.


For the past four years Camilla has suffered bullying by some local cats.


She would be better off in a quiet home that has a good-sized cat friendly garden with shrubs and trees, so she can enjoy the outdoors without being intimidated by other cats.


When indoors Camilla loves a good fuss and often lies on a sofa hoping for lots of strokes.


Camilla is neutered, microchip and is up to date with her vaccinations.