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group of older cats

A super bunch of cats who are all around 10 yrs old.

 

Charley choc point siamese male - he has been vaccinated and has a - HOMED

Samson choc point siamese male  - has been vaccinated and vet checked - VISIT BOOKED

Mila - a lovely seal point lady - has been vaccinated and vet checked - HOMED

Misha - a oriental shorthair lilac female - has been vaccinated and will have a dental in about a weeks time. She has one eye without sight, this was a condition she was born with and wont cause her any problems but she will have limitations to her vision due to this. - HOME PROMISED

SANTINO & SUKITA - a lovely pair of half orientals who are a little shy at first but they soon come around. The male is a huge handsome boy with a black/brown/grey speckled coat, the female is jet black. They have been vaccinated and will be having dentals in the next week. - THEY NEED A HOME TOGETHER

 

All these cats have been much loved in their past home which they have had to leave due to the sad reason on their owners getting older and not being able to care for them. They can leave us in pairs or singly and as they live together happily as a group now, one assumes they would settle with other cats should this be necessary ( of course after the usual careful introductions).

they are all super friendly and happy cats and will make wonderful pets. If you are thinking of a rescue please consider these oldies as they have a lot of love to give and life in cattery circumstances are quite tough on cats of their age, we do our best but they need their home comforts and someone to fuss over them and love them.

 

what happens to old cats who don’t find homes???? - they spend their days bored and lonely in cattery pens and they don’t deserve that. We hug them every day, sit with them and play with them if they feel like it, but its not like a proper home.

LOCATION SUSSEX

please contact the welfare officer for more information

 

email: ocwt.rescue@gmail. com

phone: 01424 892618