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Can anyone give our two cat babies a new home??

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extracrunchy · 08/02/2014 19:59

DD aged 7 weeks is seriously allergic to our beloved cats so we are very sadly having to look into rehoming them.

They're a male (aged 4, neutered) and a female (aged 2.5, spayed), both gorgeous softies, no toilet issues or anything like that, both microchipped and up to date with jabs.

They're best friends so we'd like them to stay together, and they need access to outside space.

Hope someone can help!

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Mogz · 08/02/2014 22:12

Oh I'm so sorry you're having to rehome them, we can't take any more on at the moment but thought I'd bump this so more people might see it.
I expect you've already contact local shelters only to be told about long waiting lists? If not then RSPCA, blue cross, cats protection, wood green are all worth contacting and asking to be put on their lists, they might consider your case as urgent because of your newborn's allergy.
Fingers crossed you find a home for them soon.

extracrunchy · 08/02/2014 22:19

Hi - thank you Smile
We've contacted so many shelters and yep, they're overrun especially after Christmas. It's so sad.
FYI (and anyone else reading) I have another thread in classifieds that has pics.

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cozietoesie · 10/02/2014 20:34

Any enquiries, crunchy ?

Mogz · 10/02/2014 20:49

Where abouts in the country are you? I'll put a shout out on my Facebook as I've lots of animal loving friends.

cozietoesie · 10/02/2014 20:53

Twickenham in West London, Mogz. ( \link{\Other thread.})

extracrunchy · 10/02/2014 21:11

Mogz that would be fantastic! And Cozy thanks for adding the link.
No enquiries yet Sad

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cozietoesie · 13/02/2014 21:00

Any joy, crunchy?

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