Cats & kittens

Rehoming list

Please consider an older cat as they are often calmer, gentler, loving and more grateful!
Black or black and white cats and kittens are nearly always overlooked so please also take this into account.


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Marge (F) HC2120

Age: 7 years

Marge is an elegant and playful young cat of about 5/6 years old. Very sleek black with a white diamond on her chest and white patch on her belly.  She will be good with another cat and will probably make friends with him/her first.    Marge has been in foster care for some time and has only recently allowed her foster family to stroke her. She is independent and does her own thing.  She is very outdoorsy and loves climbing trees so will need a garden.  She's very laid back and a lovely natured female and we have enjoyed having her around to see her develop.


Whisper (F) HC3212

Age: 4 years

This litte female was part of a stray colony and our intention was to neuter and put her back but after a couple of days at the vets they realised she isn't feral just a little timid but friendly so it wouldn't be right to put her back.

The vet nurses called her Whisper as she's very quiet.  She will probably need a quiet adult only home where she can flourish.

Whisper has been vaccinated, neutered and micro-chipped.


Myrtle (F) HC3232

Age: 4 years

Myrtle's story
Well we started in our own commune, we had lots of babies and eventually there were too many of us.  That's when HAWS came along and collected us in small groups.  Myrtle (that's me) and Beauty went first and had our kittens, the kittens have all been adopted as they were all cute.  Beauty was adopted and that left me - I was lonely and miserable, one day Nicola who looked after me and my five kittens moved me and  I met up with five of my cousins or they may possibly be my brothers and sister I really can't remember.  One thing about us is we are all shy and nervous but we do love dinner and treat time, at night we move our beds around the room to confuse Nicola in the morning.  We are all black except Mog who is black and white, the rest of us do have little white hidden markings, mine Is on my  tum.  Let me introduce you there is Little one she is small and cute, we have William he is the biggest, Munro who is the middle one and Midge!  Myself and Little One are the ladies the rest are gents!!  I can't tell you how long it took me to get everybody in one place and to make them sit still for a photo !!!


Lara (F) HC3267

Age: 4 years

Lara came from a multi-cat household and was relinquished to us when she became pregnant again.   She gave birth to two kittens who have now been adopted.

Not only is she beautiful with the softest slky fur she is a sweet and gentle cat.  Lara should be fine with sensible older children.  She needs to be the only cat in the household and needs access to a secure garden.

We can't understand why this beautiful cat has been overlooked.

She's been spayed, micro-chipped and vaccinated


Li'l Puss (F) HC3358

Age: 4 years

Li'l Puss was a heavily pregnant stray when she was taken in to have her kittens.  She only had one surviving kitten - Velcro - who went to his forever home a while ago now.

Li'l Puss is now about 3 years old. A lady who loves her food, she loves a brush as well  and will purr away at full volume. As she was semi feral she is fine with contact but is not much of a lap cat unless there are a few treats on offer.  However, she does like company and will settle down for a snooze wherever you are. She is looking for a forever home where she can do her own thing but still be pampered. 



Mittens (M) HC3524

Age: 2 years

'Mittens' was never meant to be his life-long name; it was just a means of identifying him while he was a tiny kitten, but somehow it stuck.  It is now completely inappropriate for this fine young fellow, well muscled and athletic.

Mittens belongs to a litter who were already two months old when they were rescued and came into contact with humans for the first time.  He is, therefore, very shy on first meeting new people, and needs to be given lots of time and space to relax and make friends in his own time.  He loves sprawling on an armchair, or sharing the sofa with his Auntie and enjoying tummy rubs.  He also likes to snuggle up on the bed with you, but is not keen on laps (he'd probably squash you if he tried it!) or cuddles.

He will need a garden, as he likes to spend quite a lot of time outdoors.  He is used to living in a multi-cat household, and may be happy to do so in his forever home.

Mittens has been neutered, micro-chipped, and is up to date with vaccinations and flea and worm treatments. 

Link to video of Mittens going daft with a catnip toy:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=UrtN27Mp2Qs 

The secpnd photo shows him chilling out in the evening, he knows how to relax and let his guard down!



Mimi (F) HC3622

Age: 3 years

Mimi is a pretty glossy black adult female cat.   She was found as a stray living in a communal garden.

She is very shy and will need lots of patience to help her gain confidence and relax around you.  These very shy cats can be so rewarding when they finally learn to trust you. 

Could Mimi have a chance of a happy life with you?

Mimi has been spayed and micro-chipped and will be vaccinated before going to a new home 


Heidi (F) HC3660

Age: 2 years

Heidi is a very appropriate name for this pretty little black girl.  She is very shy but fine with other cats.  She came into our care with her kittens.  Mum and kittens were found sheltering under a bush.  Her kittens have all been homed but Heid remains timid although is slowly improving in her foster home in the company of moe confident cats.

She would need a home with very patient quiet people.  She would be an ideal companion for a resident cat who has perhaps lost a companion and is in need of a new friend.


Jessica (F) HC3714

Age: 20 months

Jessica and Lola are sisters. They are both adorable and very bonded with each other. They love to play andd have lots of energy, they bounce about all over the place. They are very affectionate and will always check in with you then go back to whatever they were doing. Very easy going, good appetites and quite talkative.  Definitely need a garden and obviously a loving home. 

Jessica is the tabby kitten.

The sisters have been spayed, are fully vaccinated and micro-chipped.



Angel (F) HC3829

Age: 2 years
Urgent rehoming required
Angel is related to Seraphina Malachi Phoebe

Angel is a beautiful young adult cat, with a sweet nature and a clear desire to recapture her kittenhood.  She plays with all the toys available, but her particular favourite is the catnip fish skeleton (see photo); having thus worn herself out, Angel looks around, yawning, for a comfortable sofa on which to snooze 

Angel came to us after giving birth to four kittens in someone's shed.  She has obviously been someone's pet in the past, and we don't know how long she had to fend for herself, but she is now very shy of humans.  She doesn't hiss or spit at all, merely stepping back and keeping a wary eye on strangers.  Angel is submissive towards other cats, always standing aside while everyone else eats, before having her own dinner.  She will probably take time to settle in her forever home, but the investment of patience and persistence will undoubtedly pay great dividends. 

Ideally, we'd like to home Angel with her daughter, Seraphina (HC3831), to a household without other cats, and preferably where they are not left alone for long periods.  Mother and daughter both have sensitive digestion, which means they are unable to eat regular supermarket cat food.  After much trial and error, their fosterer settled them on a mix of Burn's and John Wellbeloved; not a prescription diet, nor as expensive as one.

Angel has been spayed, microchipped, vaccinated, and treated for fleas and worms. The second photo shows mum and daughter curled up together at nap time.  They would be best suited to a quiet adult home

See this video clip of mum and daughter together

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=guAS1Rl_SN8



Seraphina (F) HC3831

Age: 16 months
Urgent rehoming required
Seraphina is related to Angel Malachi Phoebe

Seraphina is a small and dainty kitten, full of life and energy, and keen to investigate and play with everything that comes to her attention.  She loves to chase foam balls up and down the stairs, and will sit there, chirruping and peeping, to call a human to join in her games.  A real mini-me of her mother, Angel (HC3829), Seraphina is shy, but clearly wants to make friends, even if it takes her longer than usual to do so. 

Ideally, we'd like to home Seraphina with her mum, Angel (HC3831), to a household without other cats, and preferably where they are not left alone for long periods.  Mother and daughter both have sensitive digestion, which means they are unable to eat regular supermarket cat food.  After much trial and error, their fosterer settled them on a mix of Burn's and John Wellbeloved; not a prescription diet, nor as expensive as one. 

Seraphina has been spayed, microchipped, vaccinated, and treated for fleas and worms. They would probably be best suited to a quiet adult only home

See this video clip of mum and daughter together

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=guAS1Rl_SN8



Malachi (M) HC3832

Age: 16 months
Malachi is related to Angel Seraphina Phoebe

This handsome, elegant, young gentleman is one of a litter who were rescued when they were already eight or nine weeks old.  As they had no previous human contact, they are quite shy, and will need a quiet, probably adult only, home, where they can relax and settle in their own time.  They are used to living in a multi-cat household, so if you already have cats, these two will probably make friends with them first, before the humans. 

Malachi and his sister, Phoebe, are lively, companionable cats, who enjoy lounging in the living room with you in the evenings, after days spent exploring outside (they will definitely need a garden).  When the weather is bad, Malachi in particular likes to play with stick-and-string toys. 

Must be adopted with his sister, Phoebe (HC3833).  The second photo shows them relaxing on their favourtie cat tree.

Malachi has been neutered, micro-chipped, treated for fleas and worms, and is up to date with vaccinations.



Phoebe (F) HC3833

Age: 16 months
Phoebe is related to Angel Seraphina Malachi

Phoebe is one of a litter who were rescued when they were already eight or nine weeks old.  As they had no previous human contact, they are quite shy, and will need a quiet, probably adult only, home, where they can relax and settle in their own time.  They are used to living in a multi-cat household, so if you already have cats, these two will probably make friends with them first, before the humans.

Phoebe and her brother Malachi are lively, companionable cats, who enjoy lounging in the living room with you in the evenings, after days spent exploring outside (they will definitely need a garden).  When the weather is bad, Phoebe enjoys indoor ball games through the length of the house or up and down the stairs.

Must be adopted with her brother, Malachi (HC3832).

Phoebe has been spayed, micro-chipped, treated for fleas and worms, and is up to date with vaccinations.

The second photo shows Phoebe relaxing in the living room after a hard day patrolling the garden boundaries



Sylvester (M) HC3875

Age: 3 years

Sylvester was being fed in someone's garden and he was obviously a very timid stray.  He is now in foster care with us this is what his fosterer says: 

Sylvester is doing well. His progress has been slow but steady. He still spends most of his time in his bed in his little room (which I keep open). Toys still scare him at times, as do sudden movements or loud noises. 

He does enjoy being brushed and stroked and will purr away happily. On rare occasions he will hiss at you but he is not an aggressive cat. He has never, ever, tried to scratch or bite me. 

He has been a little more adventurous recently: I occasionally hear him running and jumping (especially at night).   He has started to follow me around (rubbing his head on my legs) if I'm about to give him food but runs back to the room at the sound/sight of anything unexpected.  He has recently made a real breakthrough and slept on my bed for the first time.

He has started to venture outside but doesn't go far and comes back when he's called. It would be best for him if he were in a quiet adult only home with patient people where he can continue to progress at his own pace.

Sylvester is neutered and micro-chipped

 




Callie (F) HC3886

Age: 20 months

Callie is a pretty young tortoisehell who was abandoned at a vet practice.  She had no microchip, wasn't neutered and had a badly broken and wounded tail.  Sadly there was no alternative but to amputate most of her tail but she still has 3 or 4 inches left. the first photo shows her short tail.    Callie has been neutered and micro-chipped. 

Sadly our vet has confirmed that she is technically blind but he thinks she may be able to see some contrast. 

She is a very affectionate little girl,  loves cuddles and can be held like a baby.  She will need an experienced home with somebody around most of the time and willing to learn the best way to inter-react with her.  Her foster home says it's quite easy now they know what to do.  Blind cats cope very well once they are used to their surroundings.  She is very young and deserves a forever home.

Latest update from foster home.  While Callie hates the other female cats in the house she's very fond of Mr. Yellow and seems to want to play but sadly he's scared of her.

She could possibly be homed with a sweet natured, gentle male cat who likes other cats. Not suitable for children as she can nip but only when she's startled.

Update from foster home:  Callie will need a home with a very secure garden.  As she can't see much she enjoys the smell and feel of the garden even in the rain.  She's young and has lots of energy so an indoor home wouldn't be right for her. She also needs some daytime company as she's very chattty.  


Carmen (F) HC3963

Age: 23 months

Carmen is a very pretty young mum with a very impressive fluffy tail.   She was terribly shy at first and scared when she first came into our care with her three kittens - the "Chipmunk" litter.

While in her foster home she has made a complete about turn and now loves fuss and attention, to the point where she used to push her kittens out of the way to be first in line for some strokes.

Carmen absolutely loves other cats so for someone who is looking for a companion for their cat Carmen would be ideal.   She goes up and kisses every cat she sees, even if its not always reciprocated!

Carmen would need a quiet home and preferably with another cat.    She has been in foster for a while now and would love her own home.


Alfie (M) HC3992

Age: 6 months
Alfie is related to Archie

Alfie and Archie are two brothers that came to me when they were quite little.  At first they were timid and buried themselves under blankets for the first couple of days until they noticed Poppy, another black and friendly young cat of about 4 months old at the time.   Poppy brought them around and the are now cheeky iittle chapies.   They are bonded and play fight and chase eacch other and also groom one another.   

They are growing quickly as they have very good appetites and every time I go into the kitchen they are there giving little squeals for food.

TYhey are blossoming into such affectionate and playful characters - a real joy to have around.

Alfie is a little more confident than Archie who loves to snuggle up to you when sleeping.  Alfie and Archie shoud be homed together


Archie (M) HC3993

Age: 6 months
Archie is related to Alfie

Archie and Alfie are two brother that came to me when they were little.   At first they buried themselves under blankets for the first couple of days until they noticed Poppy, a black and friendly young cat I was fostering at the time, who brought them round.

They are now cheeky little chapies and bonded.   They will play fight and chase each other and and also groom one another.   They are growing quickly as they have very good appetites and every time I go into the kitchen I hear little squeals for food!

They are blossoming into such affectionate and playful characters - a real joy to have around

Alfie is a little more confident than Archie who loves to snuggle up to you when sleeping.  Alfie and Archie should be homed together.



Cassie (F) HC3999

Age: 2 years
Cassie is related to Charlie

Cassie was handed into one of our vets by a concerned member of the public.  She was very heavily pregnant and gave birth to her three kittens two days later.  She is beautiful and was a very good mum to her kittens a bit shy, but not at all aggressiive. 

Update from her foster home

Cassie started off as a shy cat, but is making huge progress. Now she has discovered the joy of being stroked she can’t get enough, and especially enjoys being petted on her back at the base of her tail. She’s also very playful and can be entertained by pretty much any toy, and loves to leap into the air to try to catch anything waving over her head. She’s still a little bit jumpy so will need a quiet adult only home and a family that will be patient with her to begin with, but they will be rewarded with a gentle, beautiful and affectionate cat.

Cassie has been spayed, fully vaccinaed and micro-chipped.



Charlie (M) HC4001

Age: 22 weeks
Charlie is related to Cassie

Charlie is a rather special kitten.  When he was born he was half the size of his siblings so we were very worried  but our vets couldn't find anything wrong with him.  He had a heart murmur which is very common in kittens but now has disappeared completely. 

His big sisters were adopted so we moved him to a foster home to see how he would progress.  For a few days he didn't seem that interested in eating his kitten food.  His foster mum has resident cats and then he found "the big cat's food".  After that there was no stopping him.  

He is lively, friendly and very affectionate.  The resident cats might say too lively and friendly as all he wants to do is play with them.  He will probably always be a smaller than average cat.

The perfect home for Charlie would be with another friendly young feline who would want to play with him or alternatively a family with children 12 years plus who would spend time playing with him.  He wouldn't do well being left on his own for long periods of time.

Charlie has had his first vaccination and will be micro-chipped before homing.



Bubbles (F) HC4043

Age: 2 years

Bubbles is a black cat with some white spots on her neck and belly. She is an easy going friendly cat. This is what her fosterer says about her.

When we first met in the first week of September, she was heavily pregnant and purred as soon as I picked her up. She gave birth to 5 kittens on the 7th of September. She has looked after her kittens really well and has even been fostering a young abandoned kitten. She enjoys looking after her litter and purrs a lot. When she is not busy with her kittens, she likes to sit by the window and look outside. She is certainly looking forward to a forever family where she can finally settle and enjoy the outdoor.

She will have been spayed, micro-chipped and vaccinated before adoption.



Rocco (M) HC4074

Age: 2 years

Rocco originally came to our attention as an un-neutered stray. He was being fed by someone who hoped he and the resident cat would get on once he was neutered.  Unfortunately this wasn't the case and afer a fight Rocco ended up with several scratches so we took him in.

He is a handsome ginger and white boy who is lovely and friendly and a BIG boy.

We have just moved him to a foster home, and he settled in straight away.  He's only been there a few days and his fosterers say it feels like he's been there for ages as he's so comfortable and friendly with them.  

Rocco would prefer to be the only pet.   He has been neutered, started his vaccinations and been micro-chipped.  



Mac (M) HC4082

Age: 14 weeks
Mac is related to Mabel

Mac and Mabel came into our care as unwanted kittens.  They are very sweet and friendly and would be ideal for a family with gentle children.   Mac is the one with the darker colouring.

Their favourite game at the moment is rugby tackling each other.

Their foster mum says they love playing with her children and wants them to go to a family where they can get lots of play time.   

They will have started their vaccinations, given flea and worm treatment and been micro-chipped before adoption.

Mac needs to be homed with his sister Mabel



Mabel (F) HC4083

Age: 14 weeks
Mabel is related to Mac

Mabel and Mac came into our care as unwanted kittens.  They are very sweet and friendly and would be ideal for a family with gentle children.   Mabel is the kitten with the most white.

Their favourite game at the moment is rugby tackling each other.

Their foster mum says they love playing with her children and wants them to go to a family where they can get lots of play time.   

They will have started their vaccinations, given flea and worm treatment and been micro-chipped before adoption.

Mabel and her brother Mac need to be homed together.



Jess (F) HC4084

Age: 7 months
Jess is related to Jojo
Must be homed with Jojo

Jojo and her sister Jess were taken into our care as they were stray kittens living in a garden.  The family who were feeding them have done a good job at socialising them but they couldn't keep them. She's a very pretty pure tabby.

Jojo is friendly but a little more timid than her sister Jess who is friendly and very inquisitive.

They need to be homed together probably to a quiet adult only home or a family with older children.  Jojo has started her vaccinations and been micro-chipped and spayed.



Jojo (F) HC4085

Age: 7 months
Urgent rehoming required
Jojo is related to Jess
Must be homed with Jess

Jess and her sister Jojo were taken into our care as they were stray kittens living in a garden.  The family who were feeding them have done a good job at socialising them but they couldn't keep them. She's a very pretty tabby with some ginger flecks in her coat.

Jess is friendly and inquisitive while her sister Jojo is friendly but a little more timid.

They need to be homed together probably to a quiet adult only home or a family with older teenage children.  They are always together playing or cuddling each other so we couln't separate them.

Jess has started her vaccinations and been micro-chipped and spayed.

They are a gorgeous little duo and deserve their forever home.




Misha (M) HC4086

Age: 6 years

Misha is a Pedigree Blue British Shorthair (we have his pedigree papers). His previous owners got a puppy and Misha was very unhappy and stressed, so his owners decided to rehome him.

He cannot be homed with dogs and should be homed as an only pet,  His ideal home would be where somebody is at home for at least part of the day.  Probably not suitable for young children.

As he is a Pedigree he woud need somewhere with a very secure garden and only be let out under supervision.  He's a friendly boy and now he's relaxed and got over his ordeal with the puppy has turned into a lap cat.  He would make a wonderful companion for the right person. Misha is neutered and chipped.  

He wanted to let you know what life has been like in his foster home and this is what he says

I am a very chilled gentleman with a very curious side. My plan was that as soon as I got in my foster home I will tick some boxes. 

Sniffing around to see if there are no dogs - they scare me, tick

Try the sofa to see if it's comfy, tick

Watching cat tv from the window ledge, tick

Demanding chin rub while watching tv, tick

Get my foster mum to have a nap with me all over her, tick

Watching her from my cat tree quietly, tick

Playing with toys later, tick

Walking to the human when I hear my name, tick

Making biscuits in their lap, tick

Put daddy to sleep, tick

Hanging out with him around the house, tick 

Laying with my whole body stretched out to show how big and fluffy I am, tick

Having a good brush to keep myself handsome, tick

Eating neatly and using the litter tray as a gentleman, tick

 

 

 



Scamp (M) HC4088

Age: 16 weeks
Scamp is related to Molly

Scamp and Molly are two adorable kittens who came into our care as feral kittens and were destined to go back to the people who had been feeding them.  When taken to the vets for neutering  the vet nurses noticed they were much friendlier than their early abandonment would normally lead them to expect.  We placed them in a foster home and they are doing very well.

The little boy Scamp is shyer than his sister Molly, but he is coming out of his shell and loves playing with toys and pinching the resident cat’s food. He is neutered, microchipped and will be fully vaccinated

He can be homed with his sister Molly or on his own if there is somebody at home for at least part of the day.  He gets on with the resident cat so could be homed where there is another cat friendly feline.



Molly (F) HC4090

Age: 16 weeks
Molly is related to Scamp

Molly and Scamp are two adorable kittens who came into our care as feral kittens and were destined to go back to the people who had been feeding them.  When taken to the vets for neutering  the vet nurses noticed they were much friendlier than their early abandonment would normally lead them to expect.  We placed them in a foster home and they are doing very well.

Molly is the bossy one who purrs frequently and already allows lots of strokes. She was also extremely tolerant of an 8 year old visitor’s cuddles so would be happy to go to a house with children. 

She is neutered, microchipped and will be fully vaccinated

She can be homed with her brother Scamp or on her own if there is somebody at home for at least part of the day.  She gets on with the resident cat so could be homed where there is another cat friendly feline.

 



Leila (F) HC4091

Age: 20 weeks

Leila came into our care as an unwanted kitten. You might be wondering why she is dressed up in a red jacket.  It wasn't for fun, after she was spayed she was struggling to remove her surgical collar and kept getting her front leg caught in it so it wasn't safe to leave it on. To stop her chewing her stitches she was put in this little jacket and she's very happy in it. 

She’s very energetic, affectionate and has a sweet personality.  She’s eager to be running around so hopefully she will soon find a permanent home.   She would be an ideal family pet and should be fine with children over 6 years of age.

Leila has been spayed, started her vaccinations and been micro-chipped.


Gypsy (F) HC4093

Age: 15 weeks

Gypsy is one of the "Traveller" group.  She is the most adorable, soft furred and soft hearted little girl… she's pretty, playful, feisty and loving.  She is a little timid when people are standing and walking around but is getting much braver. 

Her brother is Hobo, althoughl they look nothing alike.

For more photos and videos please go to her foster Mum's Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MissSkimbleshanks/

Gypsy will have started her vaccinations and been microchipped before homing


Pilgrim (F) HC4095

Age: 15 weeks
Pilgrim is related to Pirate Rambler

Another kitten of the "Traveller" group. Pilgrim is an extremely pretty little girl but very scared of humans at the moment.  She will play with them at the drop of a hat but god forbid you try to touch her! 

She will come round and is not at all wild - she just needs patience, love and lots of play and treats!

For more photos and videos please go to her foster Mum's Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MissSkimbleshanks/


Pirate (M) HC4096

Age: 15 weeks
Pirate is related to Pilgrim Rambler

Pirate is pure white and as with his siblings, Pilgrim, and Rambler from the "Traveller" group  has been scared of humans but there has been a breakthrough and he is now enjoying being stroked and sleeping next to his foster.  He is playful and has beautiful green eyes.  He will need some more work and patience to continue to become confident with people.

For more photos and videos please go to her foster Mum's Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MissSkimbleshanks/

Pirate will have been vaccinated and micro-chipped before homing


Rambler (M) HC4097

Age: 15 weeks
Rambler is related to Pilgrim Pirate

Rambler is pure white and as with his "Traveller"  siblings is very scared of humans.  We are hoping that him seeing his brother, Pilgrim, enjoying some strokes he will soon turn around.  He is playful although doesn't like his siblings rough and tumble.  He has beautiful green eyes like his brother and it is currently impossible to tell the two apart!  He needs patience and love to come around to the love of human kind.

For more photos and videos please go to her foster Mum's Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MissSkimbleshanks/

Rambler will be vaccinated and micro-chipped before homing



Chance (M) HC4100

Age: 15 weeks
Chance is related to Serendipity

Chance is a super little fellow, as playful, friendly, and confident as any kitten can be.  His philosophy of life is, 'he who hesitates is lost', and he throws himself heedlessly into whatever fun and games are on offer.  When not doing double back somersaults, playing with his favourite wand toy, he's recently discovered how exciting it can be to chase his own tail.  Chance purrs loudly whenever people enter the foster room; Auntie likes to think this is because he's fond of her, but suspects it's just that he's hoping for more food. 

Ideally, Chance would like to be adopted with his sister, Serendipity (HC4102), but could possibly be homed on his own, if there is plenty of daytime company, and/or a friendly resident cat.  Suitable for children six years and above. 

Chance has begun his vaccinations, been microchipped, and treated for fleas and worms. 

You can watch Chance at play, via this link to his fosterer's YouTube channel: https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLk0r_p4UG44M5X3WKHOvOWEfx--hXO_ow 

 



Serendipity (F) HC4102

Age: 15 weeks
Serendipity is related to Chance

In complete contrast to her brother, Chance, Serendipity's watch word is, 'look before you leap.'  She plays just as enthusiastically as her siblings, but likes to sit back and observe first, to get a clear idea of what's going on.  With her beautiful white coat, Serendipity is like a soft, warm, occasionally cuddly snowball.  She's an excellent singer too, always joining in the family's chorus of encouragement as they watch Auntie serving up their next meal.  (They sound like the mice from Bagpuss.) 

Ideally, Serendipity would like to be adopted with her brother, Chance (HC4100), but could possibly be homed on her own, if there is plenty of daytime company, and/or a friendly resident cat.  Suitable for children six years and above.

Serendipity has begun her vaccinations, been microchipped, and treated for fleas and worms.

You can watch Serendipity and her siblings at play, via this link to her fosterer's YouTube channel: https://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLk0r_p4UG44M5X3WKHOvOWEfx--hXO_ow