Crossposted by request:
The first cat is a tom called Tiggy. His approximate age is 8. He is a large ginger tabby, good temperment, very loveable, short coat. I am assuming that he is up 2 date on his worming and vaccinations ,he is neutered. He does seem to have a problem with one of his ears and was given drops and have been putting those in.
The second cat is a female called Lucy, approxamite age is 8. She is large grey tabby with ginger bits, good temperment as with the tom cat. I am assuming she is up to date with worming,shes spayed not,very lovable .
As far as I am aware they have always been together so I am assumming they need to be homed together; they do seem to stay alot together.
The only history of how they came to me is as follows ,their orignal owners didnt want them any more so a family member of orignal owner took them in thinking that they would be like haveing a couple of kittens that they could mother but soon realized that it was hard work so I took them in as they were just going to put them outside (the female doesn't go out, the tom will go just in the garden; he doesnt stray far from where he lives, since been here with me he hasnt gone out), and the only reason I need to re-home them is the female and my orginal females don't get on so keep having scraps and one of my females will not come down stairs now. They have been with me for about 8 weeks .
If possible I would prefer them to be picked up from me ,dont wont anything thing for them except to know that they are going to a good loving home with someone who will give them a lot of TLC , but if possible then I would like whoever has them to make a donation to Pet Rescue or to the cats protection league on my behalf.
Forgot to say they are alright with dogs - as far as I know they were brought up with a jack russell, and as you know I have 3 dogs. When they first came we had a few hisses and grumps but soon stopped, wish it was that easy with the other cats as I wouldn't be getting rid of them. hope this info will help.
The cats are in Faringdon in Oxfordshire (between Oxford and Swindon)."
I have to say, Tiggy looks like he needs to lose a few pounds.