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Rehoming and Settling One of Our Cats

Martha, Born July 2023

Indoor home only and fully vaccinated

A sleepy Martha Re-home Born July 23 Indoor home only, fully vaccinated and will be spayed before leaving, will come with a goodie bag and food to help her settle, can live with other cats with slow introduction……………better with older children/adults

Discover the unparalleled joy of welcoming a slightly older cat or a retired breeding cat into your home!

Additionally, older cats are often already trained and have established habits, making it easier for them to adjust to a new home. This can save you time and effort in the training process.

Moreover, adopting an older cat means you are giving them a second chance at a happy life. Many older cats end up in shelters due to unforeseen circumstances such as their previous owners passing away or no longer being able to care for them. By choosing to adopt an older cat, you are giving them the love and care they deserve in their golden years.

Furthermore, older cats tend to be less demanding and require less attention compared to younger cats. This makes them a perfect companion for busy individuals or families who may not have the time or energy to keep up with the high energy of kittens.

Older cats also have lower adoption fees compared to kittens, making it more affordable for those on a budget. Additionally, they typically come spayed or neutered and have received all necessary vaccinations, saving you money on these expenses as well.

Finally, adopting an older cat can be extremely rewarding. These feline friends have so much love and wisdom to offer, and by giving them a forever home, you will receive unconditional love and loyalty in return. So why wait? Consider adopting an older cat today and experience the numerous benefits they bring into your life!

Adoption fees range from £200 to £500 depending upon the individual cat.