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CAT FACT!!!!!!
Neutering is not just an important means of population control, it also helps to curb many undesirable habits that cats develop after becoming mature. Intact males are more likely to roam, and pick fights with other animals. This combined with regular sexual activity makes them far more vulnerable to disease and injury than a neutered male. You you keep your cat inside but then he will most likely spray any and everything he can find in an attempt to keep away other toms and attract any females in heat. And un-neutered females are no picnic either! Females in heat are desperate to find mates and will do whatever they can to escape even if they are normal indoor cats. They will also howl incessantly and some will even urinate around the house in order to attract a tom.  Even if you mange to endure a heat cycle without your female cat becoming pregnant you can look forward to it happening again in a few weeks time. females go in and out of oestrus for the entirety of the season (approx. April-October) until they become pregnant. We all love kittens but paying for new litters every few months can get very pricey very quickly. 
Billy- Fostered

Meet Billy... This boy is as gentle as they come and would like to find a forever home.  He loves to curl up for a nap and loves to be nursed and stroked.
 He was found living in the garden of an empty house, thin, frightened and hungry. He had been there for many months and so was understandably very nervous when he first came to us.  Once he gets over his initial shyness to new people, he will love you for ever.  
He is neutered, has his full vaccinations, flea and worm treatment and is micro-chipped.  He seems to be less nervous of women than men, but I think that is just the deeper louder voice, he happily sits on my husbands lap for hours.  He is a little afraid of children so would suit a couple or single person, or a family with very gentle children.   Whoever has him will be very lucky indeed.

If you are interested in adopting Billy, please contact our Homing Officer on 07783 838657



Hello - my name is Sybil and I'm looking for a new home as my previous
owner moved and left me behind. I am approximately 18 months old,
speyed, microchipped, fully vaccinated and very friendly once I know
you. I have a lovely long-haired coat but it doesn't tangle and I enjoy
being brushed. I like lots of cuddles but may be nervous around young
children as I am slightly anxious because I had to fend for myself when
I was expecting my babies. I came to my fosterer before they were born
but sadly they all died so there is just me waiting for my special
forever home - Love Sybil x

If you are interested in adopting Sybil, please contact our Homing Officer on 07783 838657



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