January 2020

The latest Homeless Cats January 2020 are to be re-homed as pairs.  The cats are bonded pairs and cannot be separated.

They have all been neutered and are waiting to be adopted.

If you can home any of them please contact Cath directly. All the cats that are re-homed are vet checked, neutered, wormed and given flea treatment. The new owners are encouraged to get the cats microchipped for their own safety.

Photographs can be seen on the Grantham Journal website and we thank them for their continued support.

The costs involved in getting a cat ready for re-homing are therefore high and all donations are very gratefully received.

 

NameColourSexAgeNotesRehomed
KeeKee & Buddy PairBlack & White Male & Female1 yearBrother and sister pair that are very friendly and need to stay together. They are ok with children but not dogs.🙂
Gizmo & Boots PairBlack & White Males9-10 yearsThese lovely cats must stay together. They are friendly but will need a quiet home with no dogs
Oscar & Cindy PairOscar is tabby & Cindy is blackMale & Female4-5 yearsThese lovely cats must stay together. They are friendly and used to having a garden with no dogs or young children.🙂
GeorgeBlack & WhiteMale3-4 yearsLarge boy that could live in the countryside. though he's not used to dogs.
Farm CatsVariousVariousVariousThese cats require homes where they can live outside. They may become tamer with time but need shelter. They will likely catch vermin but still need a proper feeding routine.Some have, still need homes for others.
Homeless Cats 08/04/17

Each and every £ will help the cats directly

 

Grantham R.O.C.K. Always Needs Help To Pay For The Following:

Vet Bills

All cats are checked over by the vet and neutered before re-homing.

Cat Food

Keeping the cats fed properly can cost up to £3.00 to £4.00 a day.

Equipment

New kitten pens and heating strips are always needed.

Telephone Bills

Cath's phone bill is a massive £130.00 a quarter on average.

Scratching Posts

Tall scratching trees are the best as they save space.

Contingency Fund

To ensure medical emergencies will receive veterinary attention.

Each and every £ will help the cats directly