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Happy Endings

May 2016


Yay, I’ve found a new furever home!




Hi, my name is Brenda and I’m 2 years old.  I’ve found my furever home!


I’m told that I am the most loving, sweet and adorable cat.  I’ve been through a very hard time in the last eight months, but I’m now fighting fit and good as new!

Let me tell you a bit about what happened to me………

I came to the lovely people at the RSPCA about 8 months ago, after my collar got caught under my arm and caused me a really nasty and painful injury.

For months and months they tried to get my wound to heal  – it was a tough time for me and upsetting for the lovely carers I had.  In the end, it was decided that surgery was the only option.  I was a bit scared, but they told me it was a revolutionary skin graft operation (I’m not sure what revolutionary means, but my carers were really keen for me to have it done and I trust them completely).  I don’t remember anything about the operation, but I know I had 400 stitches!  I was a really brave girl apparently and have no ill effects from this ordeal – I am still very loving.

As you can see from my photo, I am a bit bosseyed.  But I think that it makes me look even sweeter!  It doesn’t cause me any problems.

Now, the new part of my life is starting, as I’ve been lucky enough to find a furever home and am really excited about it.  Lots of cuddles and fuss to look forward to!

Poppy and Bella

We received a lovely message from a couple who adopted some gorgeous cats from us in the past………

We rehomed Poppy on Remembrance Day weekend 2013, hence we renamed her Poppy. Her fosterer helped us select ‘Poppy’ for her sweet, loving and sociable personality and as a good match for our existing cat Bella; we originally rehomed Bella from you in July 2011 with her sister Daisy.







However, Daisy decided to move in with an old man at the end of our new street around 6 months after moving to our new house….oct 2012…he had just lost a cat and kept feeding her fresh liver and fish from his fridge! We finally agreed he could look after her permanently, as we were seeing less and less of Daisy and she gave him the love that he so desperately missed after his own cat had passed away.  Daisy is happy as an only cat there, and we often see her out playing. However Bella missed her companion….Poppy was the perfect pairing and they get on great together. Both are friendly lap cats….one each for my husband and I. They always come for lap time whenever they can, but especially in the evenings when our children are in bed and we actually get a moment to sit down! 😀





Three adorable kittens

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We’ve set off for the new adventure in our lives and are looking forward to all the fun we will have


These three adorable little kittens came into our care with their mother. They were extremely playful and full of life. They loved cuddles and tummy tickles.




Mork (now Mort) has settled in to his new home and is enjoying playing with his toys and being showered with love and affection.



We recieved this message from his new owners “Just thought I’d let you know that Mork (now Mort) is settling in just fine. He’s such a lovely boy. Thank you for allowing us to adopt him”.mort rehomed2




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Beautiful Molly has become the purrfect addition to her new home







Lovely George packed his bags and went to his furever home today

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Daisy and Tickles have found their purrrfect home



Tickles and Daisy have found their furever home






Paige has gone to her new home for lots of cuddles









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