We have received an update on Tigerlily. Followers may recall she had a short adventure in the red zone until she appeared at a Red Zone Cats feeding station. Six months on, her adopter says she has settled completely, is happy and contented, and gets on well with her adopted brother Charlie. Here she is, a little plumper than when she was adopted.
Charlene is about 8 years old and was surrendered to CPL because she was not coping in her home.
Charlene is a friendly, full-on girl who enjoys cuddles. She loves being the centre of attention and can’t wait to meet her new humans! Charlene will best suit a home with no young children or other pets, and she might benefit from losing a little weight!
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.
Rosie is about 3 years old and was originally surrendered to CPL with older housemate Kera when their owner went into a rest home. The two were adopted together but Rosie went missing shortly afterwards.
Now finally found, Rosie has been returned to CPL care as it is felt she would be better as an only pet in a quieter home.
Rosie is confident and friendly, and is happy to be back in from the cold! Her fur will need regular grooming – which she enjoys.
Sisters Scallywag and Muffin are about 8 years old and have come into CPL care because their owner is too ill to look after them.
Scallywag and Muffin are both friendly and gentle. Scallywag is the more confident, while Muffin tends to hang back and let her sister do the meeting and greeting. As they enjoy each other’s company and can be quite smoochy together we would prefer them to be adopted as a pair, but may be prepared to separate them for the right home.
Scallywag and Muffin will suit a quiet home with no other pets and a patient new owner. Their long coats will need regular grooming.