Simon and Alvin – Adopted!

Posted by Jon in Rehomed on Saturday 22/06/2019 16:55 UTC.
  • Sex – male
  • Breed – Simon Black / Alvin ginger
  • Neutered – yes
  • Age – Approximately 1 year
  • Micro-chipped – Yes
  • Blood tests – Good
  • Health issues – None that we are aware of
  • Vaccinated – Yes
  • Currently living –
  • Suitable Home –

Hi I’m Simon.  Me and my brother Alvin are about 11-months-old while it’s thought we are from two litters of kittens that our mum had only a few months apart.

The first time we lived in a house,  we all hide under a wardrobe and only ventured out for meat.

I’m still a little shy and upset by being moved to a new foster home. But Alvin and me are going to grow into the Bravest of Cats- we just need a little time and softly spoken  encouragement.

Here’s a tip: I will absolutely love you if you give me pieces of meat (especially chicken and turkey) as a treat.

I crack my fosterers up when the mad half hour kicks in and me and Alvin just run around  for no reason.

Alvin is my best friend so ideally we’d love to be homed together. I will require a patient and calm environment without children where my confidence can keep on growing.

Alvin (ginger short-haired boy) – older kitten looking for a quiet home

Oh hello. I’m Alvin and I came into the Charity earlier this year, after me and my siblings were spotted living outside in the cold with our feral mum.

Our mum is a dark tortoiseshell around a year old, so only a young cat herself.

Me and my brother Alvin are about 11-months-old. We have come a long way since we first lived in a house. To begin with we all were all hiding under a wardrobe and only venturing out for meat!

I’m a bit braver than Simon and slowly building up my confidence and developing a lovely personality. A quick way to my heart is to give me pieces of meat (especially chicken and turkey) as a treat.

Simon is my best friend so we’d love to be housed together. I will require a patient and calm environment without children with someone who will give me time and security to feel at home.



 

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