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They are now fully restored to health and, where necessary, have been neutered so will shortly be ready to move to their new homes, mainly in pairs but some individually, too.
So if you may be able to help and would like to hear more, please get in touch.
His vaccinations are up to date but he has a slight heart murmur which seems only to appear when at the vets and doesn’t stop him charging around inside and outside the house
So if you think Oscar would fit into your household, please get in touch.
He is really loved by his owners but they have a very busy road running by the side of their house and so he cannot go out and, in his frustration, has started to be a bit of a bully to his younger companion.
So, if you live in a rural location, are at home most of the time, have no other animals and have lots of love and a lap for him, please get in touch.
Yoda, a 9 years old Blue Male Neuter, and Coco, a 9 years old Chocolate Male Neuter, need a new home together. They had to spend quite a long time in a cattery whilst their owners moved from a very rural area to a town and when the family were all back togther the boys found that they had very limited access to the outside world and started spraying.
As soon as the right new home comes along, they will go into a cattery for two weeks, which will break their bad habit. From there, they will go straight to their new home, where they must be able to go outside, of course, and which needs to be quiet with someone home most of the day.
Their vaccinations are up to date, they are both fit and well and are typical Burmese, needing lots of love and happy to sit on your lap all day.
Ripley is a beautiful, 8 years old Chocolate Female Neuter who has become a recluse because she is being attacked by her daughter and bullied by other cats in the household. She used to enjoy going out into the garden but this has very sadly stopped since the problems began.
So, most reluctantly, her owner has decided that it is in her best interests if she moves to a nice quiet home where there are people most of the time but no other animals.
She is very healthy and her vaccinations are up to date.
Bron, an 11 years old Chocolate Female Neuter, and Murray, a 6 years old Brown Male Neuter, need a new home together as their owner has had to go into a care home and can’t take them with her.
They live in the Bristol area and are indoor cats though the gentleman looking after them says that they give the outdoors longing looks. They love bedtime (inside I believe), are very happy cats with no vices and their vaccinations are up to date.
Mr Darcy is currently in a cattery to break the habit of spraying, which started when he became unhappy with the other cats and a dog in the household. (This is the normal approach to a relatively common problem with Burmese and if you read the next item about Theo, you will be pleased to know that it has completely solved the problem.)
In a few weeks, Mr Darcy will be ready to go directly to his new home, where he will be the only cat, where someone will be around for most of the day and where he can resume his life as a sweet, playful boy who loves finding a lap to sit on or sunbathing in the garden.
5 years old Lilac Male Neuter Theo - Now Rehomed
Theo is a beautiful boy who loves cuddles and going out but has become very unhappy following the arrival of two babies and has started spraying. One of the children was premature and so Theo was inevitably left on his own for quite long periods and when the family were reunited the spraying gradually increased and his owners now have no choice but to find him a nice new home.
As many of you who have had Burmese before will have heard, this is not an unusual turn of events. The solution is a few weeks in a good catery, which is where Theo is now, and that nearly always breaks the habit. When he is ready to leave, Theo needs to go directly to his new home where someone is around most of the day and he can have the Iove he needs, he can go out and, of course, there are no babies!His vaccinations are up to date and he is very well.
10 years old Bown Male Neuter Hobbes - Now Rehomed
Hobbes needs a new home because his owners are emigrating to Canada and, unfortunately, they can’t take him with them.
He is a typical Brown, healthy lad but needs to be the only cat. He loves to be with people and especially likes to go out in the garden with his owners. He is very affectionate and very bright - having taught himself to use a human loo!
His vaccinations are right up to date.
10 years old Red Male Neuter Milo - Now Rehomed
Milo is very loving, very healthy and his vaccinations are up to date. He urgently needs a new home where there are no other animals, plenty of room, a big garden and a lap to sit on as his owner has moved to an area where he cannot go out.
8 years old Lilac Male Neuter Pablo - Now Rehomed
This young man is currently an indoor cat but may well like to go out. He needs to be the only cat and for someone to be at his new home for most of the time. The current owner very much regrets having to rehome Pablo but has developed an allergy which leaves no alternative.
10 years old Chocolate Tonkinese Cokie - Now Rehomed
This young lady needs a new home with someone who is there most of the time as she loves a lap to sit on but she also likes to go out. Unfortunately, the current owner hasn't got enough time to give her the love she needs and she is becoming unhappy.
She doesn't get on with dogs and she has always been an only cat so she will have to be the only pet in the household.
3 year old Brown Tortie Female Neuter Mya - Now Rehomed
This lovely young lady needs a country home where she can go out safely.
Mya has a sweet temperament and wants a lap to sit on so would suit someone who is home most of the time and she needs to be an only cat as she is not getting on with the other cats in the household.
6 years old Blue Male Neuter Godfrey - Now Rehomed
Godfrey needs a new home as he is unhappy in his present one. He needs to go out and his new owner needs to be at home most of the time. He has no vices and is a normal, lovable Burmese cat.
4 years old Red Male Neuter Tom - Now Rehomed
Tom was a very unhappy boy trying to live with too many other cats but is now in a temporary home and very much happier. The lady who is looking after him says that he’s a big cuddly lad who just needs lots of love.
He is an indoor cat and ideally needs to have someone at home most of the time, perhaps someone who has retired or works from home. He also needs to be an only cat with no other animals.
8 years old Chocolate Female Neuters Daisy and Charlie - Now Rehomed
Daisy and Charlie are indoor cats, used to being together and having people at home and the owners would like that to continue. Very healthy, extremely affectionate, lovely, vocal cats with up to date vaccinations.