Our Longest Foster Residents
- Foster in BristolAndy and Saint were found as older kittens who hadn't had much contact with humans and they've been a bit of a project!They've lived with us for two months and it's been quite a journey. They really didn't want to know us for the first month but in the last few weeks have changed their minds about humans and really come out of their shells and love to hang out.Saint, the tortie, is the tamest one. She loves to sit on my lap on the sofa and enjoys a snuggle in bed, having a fuss made of her. She'll return the love with a very loud purr. Andy is much shyer, but he'll let you stoke him in return for a treat. I think with a bit more time he could be a lap cat but for the time-being he's happy to hang out at a distance.They absolutely adore each other so come as a pair. They would be suited to a more rural location because Andy is so timid and nervous and wouldn't be safe in a built-up area and because of this they wouldn't be good around children. As I have mentioned, it has been quite a journey with them and are still work in progress so their adopted parents would need to be around a lot and continue working with them.Every little milestone is so rewarding with shy cats - anyone up for a challenge?!10 months old, neutered, chipped, vaccinated plus come with 5 weeks free insurance.
- Foster in Bristol, ReservedWe have another urgent rehoming request...Ash and his sister Juniper are sadly losing their home mid December.They're 9 years old and sweet, gentle cats who love each other. One is very affectionate and "touchy feely" whereas the other is a little more timid. They'd like a quieter home as they've always been used to one careful, lady owner and they've just had their annual service and MOT which they passed with flying colours. They'd like a garden too, for a little potter and a sunbathe.Neutered, chipped, had first vaccination plus come with 5 weeks free insurance.They're currently still with their owner in Monmouth as we have no space.
- Foster in BristolA special home needed for a special boyJust before Louie turned 1 he was hit by a car and miraculously survived 25-30 skull fractures and multiple surgeries. Today Louie is a gentle healthy 6-year-old who is full of life, curiosity and love.One eye, no teeth and permanent "Tongue out Tuesday" candidacy just enhancing his cheeky personality!He often joins my work calls by climbing onto my lap wanting cuddles, winning my colleagues over while lovingly staring at me. He is just one big loving cuddlebug.Visitors we like as that means more attention and extra hands to give cuddles.Personal space does not exist in Louie’s world; he will have your pillow and be as close to you as possible.Louie loves to cuddle, sleep, play and explore. And food! He would love to help eating your food so you need to keep an eye on edibles as he can only eat pate or mousse type food as he's unable to chew.There's no hiding the fact - he is a messy eater! He has 3 meals a day and needs his face wiping each time otherwise he proceeds to groom himself and flick food everywhere.In his previous home he could come and go as he pleased through the cat flap, and did his business in the outside world. While in foster care he has been using a litter tray and he likes the litter tray to be clean so having two until he can go outside would probably be a good idea. He's a fastidious little man and likes to be clean, he just needs a little help now 🙂Louie needs a home that understands he needs a little extra help and the willingness to provide it. Adult-only and no other pets would be best to avoid him eating food he shouldn't and a garden away from busy roads as he's had more than enough of cars!Neutered, chipped, vaccinated plus comes with 5 weeks free insurance. He has no ongoing medical issues from his accident.