Cats at Redgate Animal Sanctuary- five to adopt and two residents
I love animals, photography and being of service, so a charity shoot for the amazing Redgate Animal Sanctuary was a perfect day for me. I will post more of the animals but since it’s the cats that need rehoming right now, I thought I’d talk about them first.
I saw five adorable cats to rehome and if my own cats had been more welcoming to newcomers I’d have gone home with a few of them!
The first one is a young, male I think, small black cat but he was very shy and I didn’t want to stress him out, so I left him be. His neighbout, Blanket is more assertive and has a quite a range of expressions and vocabulary, which was quite funny.
This little one was also super shy and so very sweet. She didn’t come out of her box, but wasn’t alarmed, just comfy.
Stamper is confident, affectionate, loves food, and has amazing eyes and a super cute nose.
His neighbour and friend, Basil, is skinny and tiny for his three years because of the ways he’d been treated. his fur has become yellowish but it will grow whie and long and he will be a stunning cat, he is very affectionate and relaxed too, to humans and to his friend Stamper.
If you felt you could give any of them a home, you would make them – and yourself very happy. Having a cat is a daily joy. I had mine as rescue kittens but having seen these, I wouldn’t hesitate to adopt grown up ones.
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They also had their own cats, both gorgeous but unsued to new people since the farm has been closed to visitors for a while now. Look at Roxie’s heart-shaped nose!
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