Victor is a big gentle cat and a real softie, craving love and cuddles. He adores being brushed and getting belly rubs, purring his head off.
When he first came into our care Victor was extremely timid and hid under a blanket.
He is making huge progress in his foster home and his favourite place is now on the window sill. Victor still needs more time and patience to learn to trust again and is longing for a person to offer him a space in their heart and home.
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.
Victor has been neutered, microchipped, blood tested, vaccinated and flea and worm treated. He also had his teeth cleaned and appears to be in great health.
His fosterer is now concentrating on building up Victor’s confidence and trust.
Victor will need a calm adult only home with an experienced owner. He is interested in other cats and could live with a feline companion who is laid back and wouldn't dominate him.
Victor needs reassurance and a lot of patience to help him blossom and come out of his shell. He will make the most wonderful and loyal companion to someone he trusts.
If you can offer a home to Victor please call Bobbie 07808 625519
Pierre is a very sweet and friendly little cat. He is quite delicate for a boy and almost looks like a kitten.
Pierre loves cuddling up to someone, giving head bumps and occasional ‘love bites’.
He adores being carried around and could sit for hours in his fosterer's arms whilst observing the world through the window together.
Pierre is gentle, affectionate and placid and seems to like other cats. Initially timid with new people, he appears quite confident once he trusts someone. He recently discovered toys and loves playing.
Before coming into our care Pierre lived in the shed of an elderly disabled lady in Strood and was so scared of people that he only ever ventured out to eat. Due to her disability the lady found it increasingly difficult to put food out for Pierre.
Recently, when he appeared to have flu, she became very concerned and asked us to find him a home.
Pierre was treated with antibiotics and once recovered, was neutered, microchipped, blood tested and had his teeth cleaned. Or vet estimated him to be 6 years old.
It took Pierre a while to get used to being in a bright room after living in a dark shed for over a year. He went through a phase of over grooming which we feel was stress related. He was on a course of steroids for this and his fur is now growing back nicely.
We are confident this was a one-off issue but are happy to cover vet bills in case of a reoccurrence.
Pierre would be best suited for a calm adult home.