Can you help these cute cats find a new home?
CAN you help these cute cats currently being cared for at Cats In Crisis find a new home?
If you are looking for a furry friend and want to rehome one of these lovely cats contact Cats in Crisis on 01843 299295 or 07796633306.
Huggy is looking for a loving and quiet home.
She arrived at Cats in Crisis severely dehydrated and suffering from a high temperature.
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She is kind natured and recovering well.
Little Bear was very thin and hungry when she was first brought in, but is now doing well.
She is young and playful; one of many young cats looking for a new home.
Starling and Mouse were found dumped outside a pet shop.
They were shy and timid but are beginning to come out of their shell.
They prefer to stay indoors and would like a loving and quiet home together.
Mouse is a delicate cat, and can get easily stressed, so would need a loving and affectionate owner.
Ellie and Gracie are sisters and looking for a quiet home together.
They are sweet but shy and likely to take time to settle in a new environment.
Ellie and Gracie would suit a quiet, patient owner.
Lindy is an older cat. She is easygoing and would be perfect for a mature owner.
Lily is mother to five kittens. Sadly her first kitten died at birth but the others are doing well.
Her Caesarean operation cost Cats in Crisis more than £300.
Donations towards her operation and homes for her and her cute kittens would be gratefully received.
Gently lives up to her name. Kind and gentle, she is looking for a loving and safe new home. She was rescued from her previous home, and was severely sick. She has been treated and is doing well, but has been left blind in one eye. Gently requires an owner who could give her lots of love and affection, who is able to meet the costs of any ongoing treatment.
To find out more about these cats or any of the animals being cared for by Cats In Crisis or to help with fundraising call 01843 299295 or 07796633306, visit cic-thanet.blogspot.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org