Tuesday 19 April 2016

Adopt a Cat #charitytuesday

As a rescue kitty I want to help other rescue cats find their forever home, 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 we would never have found each other! It's also one of the main charities we support.

MITTENS (photo: Wood Green)

Mitty is a sweet and beautiful calico lady who loves a good fuss and would make a loyal companion. She would prefer a home with older children or adults. Find out more about her at the London Centre if you think you can offer her the home that she deserves.

DAVE (photo: Wood Green)
Dashing Dave has been a stray for some time so little is known about his past, however he is said to be a lovely, friendly boy who craves fuss and attention. He also enjoys being groomed and is always on the look out for food! Do you think you could give wonderful Dave the lovely warm home he truly deserves? If so click here to find out more about him. He is at the Heydon Centre.

SHOSHA (photo: Wood Green)
Shosha is a lovely cat who loves fuss and attention. She likes to come up to say hello to you and rub around your legs. She loves being outside exploring or sunbathing. 12-year-old Shosha has been used to living with her daughter, Liddy (28402), and would benefit from a calm home where she can be the centre of attention. She would be happiest with no other feline friends in the home. If you would like to meet this beautiful girl, click here to find out more about her. She is at the Heydon Centre.

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


All proceeds from this bag and book will be donated to animals in need.

Disclaimer: We are not affiliated with the charity mentioned in this post in any way. We just want to help spread the word for animals in need.


Summer said...

These kitties look awesome!

Katie Isabella said...

How utterly beautiful they all are. I would have them in a heartbeat of only I could.