Author Archives: CPL

Jackie

Jackie is about 7 years old and came into CPL care when her elderly owner was admitted to hospital.

Jackie is friendly and has been well loved and cared for. However, she is very shy and has taken a while to settle into cattery life. She does not like dogs and will best suit a quiet adult home with a patient new owner.

Molly

Molly is about 11 years old and was surrendered to CPL because her owner was unable to continue with her care. She is a sweet nana cat who dribbles when content and is looking for a peaceful home in which to enjoy her twilight years.

Molly has arrythmia, a heart condition which requires no medication and has so far given her little trouble (she was fine under anaesthetic recently). This may continue to be the case but, as she continues to age, her heart might fail quite suddenly.

Adopting an older cat can be very rewarding and they make great companions. As they are less active they tend to spend more time indoors and are less likely to get lost or injured. They are particularly suitable for owners who are themselves less active and/or spend most of their time at home.

Arthur and Henry RESERVED

Arthur and Henry are about 10 years old and are red point Persian (Himalayan) brothers. They were surrendered to CPL because their owner is away a lot of the time and was unable to give them enough attention and keep up with their grooming.

Arthur and Henry are friendly and placid. They love to be groomed, which is just as well since their coats take a lot to keep tidy! They are closely bonded so we would like them to be adopted as a pair, and they will best suit an owner with previous experience of the breed.

Arthur has a fused elbow due to arthritis and needs ongoing medication.

Toluk

Toluk is about 11 years old and came into CPL care when her owner moved to a new apartment where pets are not allowed. This is her second time with CPL, she was adopted from us in 2012 (and was called Precious then).

Toluk is friendly and confident with a little bit of “tortitude” and will suit a quiet adult home. Her unusual name comes from a type of currency made from turtle shell.

Adopting an older cat can be very rewarding and they make great companions. As they are less active they tend to spend more time indoors and are less likely to get lost or injured. They are particularly suitable for owners who are themselves less active and/or spend most of their time at home.