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TAMZIN AND TIPTAIL
Tiptail (in the box) and her daughter (Tamzin) are calico torties who were rescued from the most appalling conditions in a hoarder house.  Mum is around 4 years and daughter is approximately 18 months.  The only way I can tell them apart is by the golden tip on the end of Tiptail's tail - hence the name.  I cannot begin to imagine what these sweeties have been through but certainly they have both had litters of kittens every time they have been in season.  On arrival at the Rescue they were terrified to the point where Tamzin sat in the roof space for 2 weeks; only coming down to eat and use the litter tray when I was not around.
After nearly 4 months I am looking at two very different girls who have been spayed and microchipped.  They are delightful with me but I can absolutely guarantee that when they go to any new home, they will for a short time revert to how they first were in our care.  Shy and scared They have always eaten well and have never made a mistake with the litter tray.
They are quite petite girls and certainly won't grow any more. they need an experienced cat owner who will understand what they have been through.  If you have ever owned really scared, feral or semi-feral cats, you would be perfect for Tiptail and Tamzin.
It  will just take a while for them to be settled in their new home as they hate all kinds of change.  Ideally one person or a couple would be right for them and a separate room where they could start off their new life would be perfect but we know this is a big ask.


If you think there is any possibility that these very worthy little individuals could be happy with you - and you with them - please email Sue on [email protected] for further details.
 
Information
  • Status:Homed
  • Gender: Pair - Females
  • Fur colour:Calico
  • Breed: Moggy
  • Age(When Added):4 Year(s) Old
  • Neutered/Spayed:Neutered
  • Indoor/OutdoorAccess to Outdoors
  • Can live with children: No
  • Can live with dogs: No
  • Can live with other cats: Not Sure
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