- Male & Female
- Domestic Short Hair
- 5 years old
- Arrived 26th September, 2019
- Boarded at Rode Heath
- Please adopt me with my friend
- We need to be able to go outside and explore
- We could live with children of secondary school age
- We’re full of energy and love to play
- I would prefer not to live with a dog
UPDATE NOVEMBER: As luck would have it, the new owner of Phoebe contacted their local RSPCA Branch on the Wirral to rehome their cat as she was terribly unhappy (she was rehomed with a baby human and most adult cats don’t settle.) The owner had given Phoebe’s adoption paperwork by the original adopter, so the Branch advised them to contact us. WHAT ARE THE CHANCES? So, meet Phoebe who was immediately reunited with Frankie; they are so happy and so are we!
Frankie originally came to us with his sibling and mother back in 2014 as the owner was being evicted; he and his sister were only three weeks old. They were adopted together but sadly Frankie has been returned and his sister rehomed privately which is very sad for us.
Frankie is such a sweetheart, super friendly and affectionate. Phoebe is a lovely girl too! Based on the information we’ve received, they’ll require a pet free home and they’ve not been around children only teenagers.
We’ve had to restart their vaccinations and they’ve been health checked. Frankie did have flea dermatitis for which he has been treated and he had a scale and polish. Phoebe is in good health too, one fractured upper right canine but no pulp exposed, just to monitor but no concerns.
Frankie & Phoebe will truly be a wonderful addition to your home!