These three lovely cats came into our care due to some dubious surroundings.. We reckon they were used as breeding queens but when it all went wrong they were dumped at the vets.. We reckon they are sisters no more then 1 to 2yrs old.
All these cats have come on in the weeks we have had them in our care, although very timid they are not aggessive and you are able to stroke, pat, pick up (although not to keen) and tickle them under their chins..
Hera (the white one) is the bravest and seems to enjoy her own company so we can rehome her on her own. But the other two need to be rehomed as a pair.. Delphi is the most timid. Pandora is coming along but and is a real chum to Delphi..
They are not used to children, or busy noisy households.. All need time to grow in confidence, all are fine with litter trays and all have been spayed, fully vac and chipped. They eat and eat lots and anything no doubt due to their past experience of being strays..They are not at all fussy eaters. They enjoy being stroked, but long term lap cat potential is hard to work out although Hera has it in her, the other two would need to be made to feel confident, we have no doubts that they were probably cruely treated in their past lives, Delphi is very scared of sudden hand movements.
They have all been FELV and FIV tested before coming into care and all were fine.
Ideally adult home with older responsible children who have empthy with animals, working couples, or people who are set for a challenge to see these lovely cats to there full potential.
Outside access in time would be lovely..
Fine being left on their own during the day. Hera may need some suncream on her white ears if she turns out to be a real sun worshipper..
Currently in the care of Canterbury CP, Kent. Please check out our website for details on our rehoming policies. www.canterbury.cats.org.uk
Donations much appreciated to keep us going.