Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Charity Tuesday

As a rescue kitty I want to help other rescue cats get rehomed, so we are continuing our new weekly feature for Charity Tuesday, sharing adoptable cats from Wood Green, the Animal Charity (which is where I was rescued). We are so grateful to this amazing charity because without them, well, we wouldn't be here together! It's one of the charities we support.

We are not affiliated with the charity in any way, we just want to help. Mum also does a cat rescue post on Mondays, featuring many other animal charities. You can visit her blog HERE.

In honour of National Black Cat Day here are some black cats seeking their forever homes.

First up, here's Binxy. He is 8 years old, beautiful, bold and brave, a real charmer who enjoys flirting with the lady cats. This cheeky chappy loves playing with feather toys and chilling out in the sunshine. Find out more about him HERE
Binxy 

Next up, here's 4 year old Tilly. This beautiful lady is looking for a quiet home with a garden to potter around in and a warm place to snuggle up at night. She may seem a little quiet at first but once she gets to know you she will be your new friend. If you would like to know more about her click HERE.
Tilly

Lastly, here is Sid. Sid was a stray and had been looking after himself for some time. He is looking for a new home with a garden for him to explore. He would also love someone to offer him lots of playtime an affection. Click HERE for more info about this lovely 2-year-old boy.
Sid

For more cats waiting to be rehomed at Wood Green click HERE

5 comments:

Robin said...

All three of these cats are so beautiful! It is so sad that black cats get such a bad reputation. They are wonderful kitties! I hope that these three find their furever homes soon.

Marie Symeou said...

We hope so too!

Summer said...

What amazing black beauties! I'm so glad you shared them.

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

They are all beautiful. I hope they get their forever homes soon.

Christy Paws said...

We love black kitties and hope these find their forever homes soon.