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  • Writer's pictureDan Heley

Paws and Claws: Can you help the RSPCA rehome any of these cats?

North Somerset RSPCA are looking for people to adopt a range of pets that are looking for their forever home.

All animals are neutered, microchipped and vaccinated (where appropriate) before they are rehomed.

If you are interested in adopting any of the animals below you can find out more information here

Breed: Domestic Semi crossbreed

Colour: Black

Ahe: 0-3 months

This cute little pair are Mary and Joseph - of course they arrived over Christmas!

They were brought in by our frontline inspectorate team and have just been so confident and friendly since they arrived!

Mary is the smaller of the 2 but both are just as lively and playful! They are looking for a new home together.

They are booked for neutering on 10th Jan so can be reserved but will not be ready to be adopted until 13th Jan onwards providing they are all ok post op :-).

Breed: Domestic Shorthair crossbreed

Colour: Black & White

Age: 3 years (approx)

Rosa came into the care of the RSPCA after living in a multi animal household and her owner not being able to meet her welfare needs.

Rosa is a worried and shy girl who is slowly, with some positive reinforcement and time is starting to feel more confident with staff. She will need a calm and patient owner. 

Breed: Domestic Shorthair crossbreed

Colour: Black

Age: 1 year (approx)

Addy first came into the care of the RSPCA after being abandoned by a canal with two of her kittens. 

In their care, it was clear that Addy does not like other cats. She would hiss and yowl when she saw a cat. The RSPCA homed Addy as an only cat, but unfortunately her new owners then also got a kitten. Since having the kitten, Addy started being aggressive towards the humans in the household. Addy was quickly returned to us and we found that once settled and hidden from the view of other cats, Addy has been her lovely self with staff and volunteers. 

Addy will need to be homed as the only cat in the household. Ideally, she will benefit from a rural area, without neighbours who have cats / might get cats in the future.

Addy is a lovely girl once settled. She enjoys some fuss and interative fishing rod play. She is a young girl who hasn't had the best time so far. She really deserves to find a home who can let her be the only cat so she can have a happy life. 



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