Rescued animals, including cats, rabbits and guinea pigs, are cared for in the homes of fosterers, while we seek new owners for them.
To help decrease the feral cat population in the Medway area, we trap the cats, have them neutered and then return them to their colony. Very young feral kittens are often domesticated by our fosterers and then found homes.
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Hazel is a very loving and playful young cat who likes nothing more than a cuddle on a lap.
He also likes napping in radiator beds, on fleece blankets and in sun beams.
Merlin is very much a people cat but not keen on young children or dogs. He also hasn’t got on with other cats very well after his partner cat died 5 years ago.
Sadly, his owners are now moving away and their son has recently been found to be allergic to cats. They feel a new home would be beneficial for Merlin so he can hopefully come off his medication fairly rapidly.
Merlin will need a loving, calm and stable home without other pets or young children. It would be ideal if his new owners were able to spend a lot of time with him.
Merlin who has just tuned 10 years of age, has had regular checks at the vets and is in good health.
He is neutered, microchipped and up to date with vaccinations, flea and worm treatments.
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