Rosies Kittens

William Black/White SLH** REHOMED **
Charlotte Black/White SLH** REHOMED **
Jasmina Tortie ** REHOMED **
Violette Tortie **REHOMED **

8 weeks old (DOB 6th August)
William with mother Rosie in Rode Heath
The girls are fostered in Congleton.
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Update October: William is now with his siblings. He and Charlotte are  pretty much twins! Wouldn’t it be amazing if we could find a home for them together? Even though William has been cleared of cat flu he is still receiving treatment.

 

These kittens’ mother is Rosie who along with multiple cats and kittens were all thrown out on the streets by their owner. The cattery owner took Rosie into her house upon arrival as she was so heavily pregnant just hours later through the night she gave birth to four beautiful babies. Of course when they were big enough they were moved into the cattery which is where Rosie is now with William where they can be adopted together, he is still with Mum as he had some cat flu so was the weakest and most vulnerable. He is over the worst thankfully but is on treatment for a bad eye which looks like we’ve managed to save, vet says he’ll have permanent scarring but no pain or long term issues, these poor animals’ issues are the consequences of poor care and ownership previously. He can be rehomed with one of his siblings or to a home without. They have all started vaccinations (Williams is delayed due to being on anti biotics) and will be neutered and microchipped when 4-5 months of age. 

RSPCA Log 2240 13/7/15

If you’re interested in adopting, please read the information here and call 01625 669620 or email us.