- Gender:Male and Female
- Age:6 months and 4 months
- Living with children:I might be able to live with children and/or teenagers
- Living with dogs:I might be able to live with dogs
- Living with cats:I might be able to live with other cats
- Cannot be rehomed to:S11/S1/S2
Parkin came to us after he was found thin, hungry and looking rather sorry for himself trying to eat out of a school bin.
Parkin needed some TLC, and still has some tummy trouble, but is now ready to find his forever home.
He is very people oriented, doesn’t like to be left alone for too long and is very affectionate. Parkin has lived with other cats in his foster home, and has buddy’d up with a little girly called Butternut, so these two may like to go together.
Butternut came to us in a carrier bag…..yes, a carrier bag. She was quite traumatised on the day, but has been with a fosterer for a while now and has gained in confidence and is looking for her new home too. She very much likes Parkin and we feel she could benefit from having a friend around.
They could potentially go outside when older as long as the area is a quieter area that is safe for them.
They haven’t lived with dogs and haven’t been around children, although may be ok with older sensible children.
They will need a family that are around often to give lots of cuddles!