Cats Protection’s Warrington Adoption Centre are searching for caring cat fans who can offer loving homes to 3 long-stay cats in their care. These “long-stayers” are possibly in care through no fault of their own. In some cases, their owners have passed away and in some sad cases, these felines are just unwanted by their previous owners.
Many pet owners don’t realise the amount of care and attention that a cat can need when they initially take a kitten home, with the sad result that when the kitty grows to adulthood, they can no longer take care of them. Some owners have health problems and become incapacitated, unable to continue looking after a pet. Perhaps a new baby has arrived in the home and the cat cannot get along with this new arrival.
Care in a cat shelter is no replacement for a loving home
Many cats in rescue shelters are taken into care because they are homeless or have been abandoned. Life in a cat cage is no replacement for a loving home environment, so staff are encouraging would-be adopters to come forward and offer a loving home to one of these long-stay cats.
Echo – 7 years old and a very loving, male feline. He came into the centre because his owner was moving away from the area and couldn’t accommodate a cat in his new home.
Mungo – this shy, 8-year-old kitty was left at the centre by his previous owner who decided he didn’t really want a cat after all.
Yolanda – is an overweight cat who needs a new family who can help her to get healthy again. This cat is 6 years old and is another cat who has been in care for a very long time.
Please get in touch if you can help these long-stay cats
If any would-be cat owners are interested in adopting one of these adorable, long-stay cats, the Cat’s Protection Centre in Warrington are asking you to get in touch. All of these kitties are examined by a vet, are neutered, vaccinated and microchipped before heading off to their new loving homes.
To discover further details about these long-stay cats, please contact the Cats Protection’s Warrington Adoption Centre.