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Help a kitten find a home

PUBLISHED: 09:30 21 January 2010 | UPDATED: 17:30 25 August 2010

Queenie

Queenie

THIS week our Help A Pet appeal is looking for homes for two kittens and a Tortoiseshell cat. Rescue group Anim-Mates has more than 12 kittens in its care, including seven-month-old Bailey, who has cream coloured fur with ginger markings and orange colo

Millie

THIS week our Help A Pet appeal is looking for homes for two kittens and a Tortoiseshell cat.

Rescue group Anim-Mates has more than 12 kittens in its care, including seven-month-old Bailey, who has cream coloured fur with ginger markings and orange coloured eyes.

His fosterer Lynn Thorburn said: "Bailey is friendly and full of fun, and shows signs of being a great mouser."

Another kitten is Queenie a gorgeous Calico Tortoiseshell with peach, grey and white markings.

Lynn said: "Not only is Queenie beautiful to look at, she also has a bright, friendly and sweet nature and adores being stroked and laps up affection.

"We home our kittens in pairs, or singly if there is already a cat in a home. Some are neutered, others will have to be neutered when they are six-months-old. All are vaccinated and microchipped."

Kittens will only be homed where there are no young children.

If you can offer a pair of kittens a home please call Lynn on 020 8265 3210.

Millie is a domestic longhaired Tortoiseshell whose age is estimated between four and six-years-old. She is a nice natured, confident and sweet natured female.

If you can offer a home to Millie please call Teresa on 01634 271456 or 07743 331397.

To see all of the animals currently in the care of Anim-Mates visit the website at www.anim-mates.org.uk.


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