Taking the world by Storm

 

Storm is a bundle of energy, always on the move and exploring her surroundings. She is a natural hunter, pursuing every moth, spider and fly in her temporary home – nothing is safe!

She likes to chew her cardboard scratching mat and various pieces of string and one of her favourite playthings is a scrunched-up piece of paper, which she can chase around the house for hours.

After all this activity, she can get sleepy and likes nothing more than a good rub. But most of the time she doesn’t really want to be stroked.

Storm is ready for adoption and needs a furever home with a garden. Currently with one of Cats Protection’s indoor fosterers, Storm desperately wants to go outside and is always plotting her escape!

If you are interested in adopting Storm, please contact adoptions@brighton.cats.org.uk

 

Advertisements

Tommy and Topaz, purr and fur

tomy and topaz 2

Cats Protection Brighton and District’s latest felines looking for love are husband and wife team Tommy (pictured above) and Topaz (below). Around 14 years old, the pair have been together for ten years and have had kittens together.

Tommy is a very smart ginger and white boy and is the perfect gentleman to his lady love; he is very affectionate and purrs like a tractor at the slightest of strokes.

Tommy and Topaz 1

Topaz is a complete Birman fluff ball, with cream fur that has the slightest of orange and darker tortie points. While we do not have a pedigree certificate for Topaz, her colouring, size etc indicates that she is possibly a pure breed. She is very fond of being groomed and even rolls over to let her underside be combed.
Neither Tommy nor Topaz have any known health problems. A comfortable home with a quiet family would be the perfect place for them to share their twilight years together.
If you’d like to give Tommy and Topaz their forever home, contact adoptions@brighton.cats.org.uk

A black and white choice

IMG_0047 (1)

Moshi and Tako are the latest felines to grace our Cats Protection Brighton & District admissions pen. These striking brothers both have lovely shiny coats and bright eyes, indicating how well they have been cared for.

Tako (seen at the back of the picture) is all black, while his brother Moshi has a white bib and socks as well as two intriguing stripes under his mouth.

Both are friendly and gentle boys, although they were a bit edgy on the way to the vets (not unusual in a cat!)

Moshi has been jumping up to greet volunteers and has been playing with the scratch board and fishing line toy.

Tako is enjoying spending a lot of time in bed rolling around. He’s a bit of an exhibitionist and has mastered the art of making himself look adorable so he gets some of the attention.

At this stage, it seems they get on very well with each other, so a home for both of them is required. They are used to being allowed outdoors, so a home with a garden is essential. If you’d like to give Moshi and Tako the home they deserve, contact adoptions@brighton.cats.org.uk

Lady P is an attention seeker

Lady P

Lady P is a dark, sophisticated tortoiseshell who is just two years old. She is very affectionate and loving with just a hint of tortie mischief reflected in the ginger stripe down the side of her nose. When in company, Lady P will reach out one little white paw every so often as a signal that she wants even more attention!

In her previous home, Lady P liked to spend most of her time indoors, venturing out on the odd occasion to take in the air. Indoor bathroom facilities are therefore an essential for this lady, as his her own personal cat flap entrance so she can come and go at her leisure.

If you are interested in adopting Lady P, please contact adoptions@brighton.cats.org.uk

Betty is a black beauty

use this one

Betty, a sleek black beauty, came into Cats Protection care on 11 December 2017 and will be ready to rehome from Christmas Day.
She is a bit of a pampered puss and has her own monogrammed cushion and purple throw. Her super-glossy inky black fur and slightly rounded shape are indicators of how well she was looked after by her previous owner.
Until now, Betty has been an indoor cat, with some access to a balcony and a small walled garden in the past. We would like her new home to be one with access to the outdoors, where she can enjoy the fresh air and sunshine.
It will take her time to feel comfortable in her new surroundings. She has found it difficult to adapt to our admissions pen and seems anxious and confused at times. However, she is quite chatty.
Betty is very affectionate and loves to sit in a lap. She also likes to be stroked and will sleep on a bed. In her previous home, she was allowed to roam the house freely and found a number of favourite places to sleep!

If you’d like to find out more about Betty, please contact us here:

www.cats.org.uk/brighton/adopt-a-cat or by phone 01273 610 306