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Rescue cat Hilary from Cat Action Trust 1977, Ayrshire, Kilmarnock, needs a home Hello, my name is Hilary and I'm a gorgeous black and white 5 month old kitten looking for my forever home. I'm neutered, vaccinated and even microchipped! You'll see me in the photo, someone else tried to get in on it! I have a sweet and gentle nature, just like my mum! I'm a sweet girl and can be very shy. I will let you stroke me though, but then sometimes I might remember to be frightened and will move away. I'm only young so with a bit of time and patience I think I can overcome my shyness! I'm a gorgeous kitten, full of fun and play. I'd like a home with access to the outside, once I'm settled. I'm happy to live with another cat, as I enjoy playing with the other cats at the rescue. I don't have experience with children, or with dogs. Please get in touch for more information about me!
HILARY is at Cat Action Trust 1977 - Ayrshire, Kilmarnock. Rehoming in South Ayrshire, North Ayrshire, Glasgow & East Ayrshire. To make an enquiry please call: 01563 525 814 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and please mention you saw Hilary on Cat Chat, thank you!

Rescue cat Kim, from Cat Action Trust 1977 - Ayrshire, Kilmarnock, needs a homeHello, my name is Kim. How do you do? I am a pretty neutered tabby girl of only a year old. I was brought in with a few other felines like myself from a farm, so being in a foster home is a totally new experience for me. As you can imagine, I'm finding it all very daunting at the moment and feel a bit shy in my strange surroundings. I expect I'll need some time to adapt to living with humans as a pet, but I reckon I'd give it a go, especially if I've got some outdoor space to retreat to when it all gets a bit scary. For such a shy puss, I'm actually very affectionate once I come to trust you, and it certainly helps to win me over with treats! In time I think I'll develop into a friendly, gentle girl, who might get on okay with another cat if they're nice to me! A calm, caring home, with an environment that will let me explore and come out of my shell in my own time, would suit me perfectly. If you think you can offer me that, then I could be the puss for you. Can't wait to meet you!
KIM is at Cat Action Trust 1977 - Ayrshire, Kilmarnock. Rehoming in South Ayrshire, North Ayrshire, Glasgow & East Ayrshire. To make an enquiry, please call: 01563 525814 or Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and please mention you saw Kim on Cat Chat, thank you!

Miaow there! I’m Malcolm, a 5-year-old, outdoor tabby & white male cat who came into care of the branch through no fault of my own and I’m now looking for a new home and I was kinda hoping that you could help me with that? So you want to know about me huh? Well, I’m a super friendly boy who absolutely loves attention & I will pester you for head scratches purrr. My favourite toys are tickler toys especially feathery ones, I just loves chasing those feathers …. and catnip … now your talking …any kind of catnip toys will do… I love them all. I’m also love sharpening my claws so whoever adopts me will need lots and lots of scratchers, a nice sisal carpet would be great. I’ve recently been diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is a group of gastrointestinal diseases for which no single cause is known. IBD results in the inflammation of the intestines. In affected animals, chronic symptoms are seen to be related to the gastrointestinal system.Though no single cause is known, more than one cause is suspected. Hypersensitivity to bacteria and/or food allergies are suspected to play a major role in this disease. Food allergens suspected to play a role in this disease include meat proteins, food additives, artificial colouring, preservatives, milk proteins, and gluten (wheat). Please note that Cats Protection will cover the cost of the treatment is relation my IBD so please don’t let the condition put you off considering adopting. I am on hypoallergenic food which my adopter will contribute towards and this will be explained in full to you if you are enquiring about me. I’m looking for an outdoor home away from busy roads, should be okay to get rehomed with older children over the age of 8yrs, younger ones tend to stress me out and I would like to be the only pet in the home. Well that’s all from me for now. If you would like to offer me a new home then please get in touch with the lovely people here.
MALCOLM is at Cats Protection - Glasgow Branch. Rehoming in Strathclyde. To make an enquiry, please call: 0345 371 2722 or Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and please mention you saw Malcolm on Cat Chat, thank you!

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