Our rehoming and welfare officer is Kate Bailey email is email@example.com
We have another beautiful Snowshoe needing a new forever home. Below is what Krsty her owner says and hopefully we will find someone to give this beauty a home. Three pictures below as well.
I am looking for a loving new home for my gorgeous snowshoe Xena. She is 4 years old, has been spayed and is upto date with vaccinations. Sadly we just can’t give her the attention she deserves anymore due to having a 6 month old baby that is taking up most of our time. She is a very independant cat and before the little one came along loved sitting on our laps… as long as it was obviously on her terms. We also have a small lhasa apso dog who she does tolerate though would not say they were friends as she keeps to herself a lot of the time. She hasn’t really been arpund other cats and she is an indoor cat (only ever been in the garden when supervised by us) so not sure how she would get on with other cats. Im looking for someone who can offer her a loving indoor home that can give her the love and attention she used to have from us and that she deserves again. It breaks my heart having to let her go but I know if we find the right home it will be the best for her.
This is Snowflake She is a two and a half year old ex breeding queen, who will be spayed for rehoming. She is affectionate but would prefer a home with older children. Preferably as an only cat, but may be OK with one other cat. A rehoming fee will be made.
These two lovely boys still need a forever home.
We have 2 boys looking for a forever home. The owner writes as follows==
After careful consideration we have come to the unfortunate conclusion that it will be best to find a new loving home for our 2 cats. We are expecting our second baby in the coming weeks and we feel that we are not able to give the cats the same level of attention and fuss as we once did. They are both lovely cats, Rocky (seal and blue) is a really affectionate cat who loves to play (fetch, chasing a toy etc) but also loves cuddles – he is rather needy and continually craves fuss and attention. Whereas his brother, Dexter (seal and white) is a lot more timid but still affectionate in his own way and on his terms, particularly he loves stokes and fuss just before bedtime and playing with toys on string.
If you think you can help or would like more information please contact Kate Bailey. More photos below.