Our Longest Foster Residents
- Foster in BristolA special home is needed for Ace as he has a heart condition, most likely hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. At the moment he's on anticoagulants and will require regular vet checks and possibly further meds in years to come. Sadly this condition will shorten his lifespan. BWCR are happy to fund his meds and check ups at Fernlea vets in Kingswood or Hanham to ensure he gets the best possible care. Ace is a gentle mini panther, he likes the occasional cuddle (on his terms) and enjoys being around you. He is a purr box and his eyes are stunning! He also love a good belly rub! He is very good friends with Bella and they need to stay together. Little is known about his background but Ace would love a quiet home with a garden to explore. Bella is a bundle of mischief; she loves to play (particularly if the game involves a ball or feather) and she will explore everything she can! Bella is best friends with Ace so they must stay together. Please read the information on Ace as he has a heart condition. Bella would benefit from a quiet home with outside space to explore. She isn’t a lap cat but she likes to be in the same room as you and she will come up to you when she wants a stroke! On occasion Bella can get a bit over excited and try to play with your fingers. She is learning that fingers are not toys but for this reason she would be better with older rather than younger children.
- Foster in BristolPixie came to us having just raised some kittens. She is so playful and a bit like a cat sized kitten.. She loves chasing her soft ball, the laser and anything that moves. She has even started to bring her softball back for me to play fetch. In the mornings she likes to wake me by pouncing on my feet and biting them, I think this is either a ploy to get me to feed her or she wants to play. Essentially she is treating me as 'One of the cats', which is sort of an honour but could be a bit a shock to the uninitiated. With a bit of non reaction and not giving her the opportunity I'm sure this can be trained out. She is due her second vaccination on the 6th of August Pixie also quite likes being picked up, but hasn't sat on my lap. She's difficult to judge, but think once she gets to know and trust her hooman will forge a strong bond and be cuddly.
- Foster in Bristol, ReservedHolly and Ivy are an adorable duo who aren’t related but have become the best of friends and love to chase each other round playing. Ivy was very timid and Holly took her under her wing and showed her the ropes and now these besties are inseparable. Ivy is still shy and will need time to settle in but both are affectionate little purrbags now. They'll need a quieter adult-only home with a garden away from busy roads and owners who can continue to build Ivy's trust. Holly is a confident girl so it shouldn't take too long! Both are 9-10 months old, neutered, chipped, vaccinated plus come with 5 weeks free insurance.