Cat Action Trust 1977 - Ayrshire
Rehoming Cats & Kittens: East Ayrshire, Glasgow, North Ayrshire & South Ayrshire

Just as with children in human families, kittens from the same litter each have their own personalities, and in his family Leo is the most forward and confident one. He's the biggest of the four siblings, he was the first walk, the first to get stuck into solid food, the first to climb and explore and the first to use the litter tray. It's so amazing to watch each little one in a litter develop into the individuals they are: there's always the brave, adventurous one (that would be Leo), the one who'll follow in the pawsteps of the Brave One (that would be Spook), the one who lets the bold one take all the chances before putting a tentative paw out there (and here we have Alula), and then there's the philosopher, who prefers to think it all through and weigh it all up before venturing forth (and that would be you Griffin). Leo's always up to something, findings things to explore, no doubt working out his future plans for exploration once he's a big enough (and neutered!) boy to be allowed outdoors. Leo loves a snuggle cuddle once he's all puffed out so a home with older children would be just fine for him. Obviously adventurous folk need space to explore so a home with a garden or safe outdoor space, maybe even with trees to climb, would be just brilliant for this sweet boy. He's already had his first vaccinations, as have his three siblings, with the second set being due on July 6th, at which time he'll also be microchipped. He's too young to be neutered yet, but we do ask new families to guarantee that neutering and spaying ops will be carried out and the kittens will not be allowed to breed.
N.B. At the moment the U.K. is still in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it is still possible to carry on the work of the charity without contravening safety guidelines. Potential new homes can still be visited, meeting either in the garden or street. Although some restrictions have now been lifted in England they don't yet apply in the rest of the UK and so people still can't visit any of the cats in their foster homes. All we can do for now is provide photographs and absolutely all information about each individual cat or kitten and then deliver the cat to his or her new family.
  • Status:Homed
  • Gender: Male
  • Fur colour:Black
  • Breed: Moggy
  • Age(When Added):11 Week(s) Old
  • Neutered/Spayed:Not old enough
  • Indoor/OutdoorAccess to Outdoors
  • Can live with children: Yes
  • Can live with dogs: Not Sure
  • Can live with other cats: Yes
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