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Rescue cat Gizmo, at Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Fife, needs a new homeHello, my name is Gizmo.  I'm a gorgeous young chap of three years old, with a short haired tabby and white coat.  Although I'm being well cared for in rescue I'd love to find a wonderful permanent home with a human friend or two of my very own.  I'm a little timid with new people and places, but given plenty of time and understanding while I settle in and start to regain my confidence I will be able to thrive in my forever home and become a beloved furry companion.  A peaceful home without young children will suit me best.  I have been neutered and vaccinated, and I'm ready and waiting for my new human friend to come along and offer me a place in their heart and home.  Please get in touch soon!
GIZMO is at Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, rehoming in Fife, Tayside, Perthshire, Edinburgh and Stirling. To make an enquiry please call 01382 3304574, and please mention you saw Gizmo on Cat Chat, thank you!

Rescue cat Tilly, at Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, needs a home in FifeHello, my name is Tilly. I am a neutered, tabby and white girl of about 3 years. I am feeling a bit sad at the moment as my owner has died, so my world has been turned upside down. I am looking for a nice home to call my own again, maybe with older people, but no youngsters please. I would like a home where I can get lots of love and cuddles like I have been used to. I am a very sweet girl and I do hope you will consider me, if you would like to find out more about me please give us a ring and we can meet up. 
TILLY at Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, rehoming in Fife, Tayside, Perthshire, Edinburgh and Stirling. To make an enquiry please call 01382 3304574, and please mention you saw Tilly on Cat Chat, thank you!

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