Zeta is about 2 years old and was first surrendered to CPL a couple of months ago because her owner was unable to continue with her care. She has had two attempted adoptions but has been returned both times.
Zeta is a friendly, assertive cat but she can lash out when frustrated, so she will best suit as being an only pet in an adult home. Her new owner will need to have previous experience of short tempered cats and be able to handle the difficult first few weeks while she settles in. We think she will do better where there is plenty of space for her to let off steam.
Zeta will need regular grooming. She is prone to bladder infections when stressed and will need a special urinary or calming diet to help with this.
Lucas is about 1 year old and came into CPL care with litter-mates Lazarus, Lucia, Leah ( these three have already adopted) and Lydia (still available) after being left behind when their owner moved.
Lucas is very shy but gaining confidence over time. He is friendly and affectionate once he knows you so, while he has clearly missed out on early socialization, he will blossom into a charming companion in a supportive environment.
Lucas will suit a quiet adult home and a patient new owner who is happy to continue with his socialisation. He may enjoy the company of another cat and will need to be kept indoors for an extended period to ensure he settles properly.
Sammy is 5 years old and housemate Tinks is 2 years old. They were surrendered to CPL when a member of their human family became allergic to them.
Ginger and white boy Sammy is a cruisy dude who will probably make friends with anyone – children included – but does not like dogs. Tabby girl Tinks is more shy and follows her more confident friend’s lead, but is loving once she knows you. We would like to home them as a pair so they will suit a quieter home where Tinks is not too overwhelmed.
Tammy is about 7 years old and came into CPL care when her owner passed away.
Tammy is shy but cuddly and affectionate once she knows you. She can be chatty when she wants your attention. She does not like dogs and will suit a quiet home with a patient, understanding new owner.
As Tammy can be quite skittish she may need to stay indoors for an extended period after adoption to allow her to become fully settled.