Smokey & Whisky

Smokey & Whisky

Two little project pusses 💜💜

These little farm kittens were terrified when they first arrived and now need someone to continue working with them.

Stunning Smokey, grey boy, loves to play and chase. He is slowly learning to accept human affection, treats need to be involved and he will try and get the treats without accepting the contact, will need some perseverance but quietly confident they he will get there with patience and time.

Gorgeous Whiskey medium haired ginger and white boy. More laid back and relaxed than his ‘brother’ will come and sit next to me and accept treats and some affection, will stay once treats are eaten for additional attention. Has a very loud purr. Has potential to become a lap cat with time and patience.

Both of these boys came to me over 2 months ago. When they arrived they were fearful and would run away when I entered the room. Very slowly they’ve learned to trust and are now semi tame.

They’ll need a quiet, adult – only home with a garden away from busy roads and could benefit from another friendly cat to show them the ropes!

About 4 months old, vaccinated, soon to be neutered and chipped plus come with 5 weeks free insurance.

 

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    Additional information

    Age

    6 months – 1 year

    Good with other cats or small animals?

    No

    Good with children?

    No

    Chipped

    Yes

    Good with dogs?

    No

    Need garden access?

    Yes

    Vaccination Status

    Had first vaccination

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