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This group came to us after a landlord found them shut in the house that their tenant had left without warning. The neighbours had complained about a nasty stench and these lovely cats were found living on dirty water and old food that had been strewn all over the work surfaces and floor. How long they had been living like this is anyone’s guess but the landlord told us there was mould and faeces everywhere. Luckily, apart from being skinny and in need of flea and worm treatments, they have come through their ordeal and once they get to know you they are very friendly and loving cats, who love a fuss, cuddle and a play, (except from Evelyn who is more nervous).
We are looking to rehome:
Evelyn, a semi longhaired black/brown tabby with Eliza, a semi longhaired light tabby as Evelyn is more confident when Eliza is with her. Both are approximately one year old.
Etty, a semi long haired tabby, about three to four years old, with Eva, a semi long haired darker tabby, one year old old. They love each other, are super playful and love having a fuss made of them.
Eugene, a five months old semi long haired male tabby is the baby of the group who loves being cuddled but prefers to be running about and playing!
Ewok, a one year old semi long haired male tabby with a cauliflower ear and scarred cornea of his right eye, which doesn’t give him any issues. He is a lovely cheeky boy who is very playful and likes a fuss/cuddle.
The boys could be rehomed separately.
Due to them being without food before they were discovered they are food dominant and need to be fed with a reasonable sized gap between them, but otherwise they are all lovely cats looking for a forever home and someone to love them.
If you think you could offer any of these cats a forever home, please contact the PACT Animal sanctuary in the first instance on 01362 820775 or email us
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