Four adorable cats have been left in desperate need of new owners after becoming homeless after their owner’s eviction. The quartet is all described as “friendly” and “attention-loving” and is currently being cared for at the Croydon Animal Samaritans’ shelter.
In a post on their Facebook page with the title: “4 BEAUTIFUL CATS NEED A NEW HOME !!” The shelter wrote: “These 4 beauties came into our custody recently due to their owners being evicted from their homes. They were evicted the day after they contacted us and had already been rejected by the big rescues, so we took them directly in. away. “
The four cats are Billy, a soft black male aged between 18 months and two years. Frank, a ginger and white male aged between 18 months and 2 years. Felix, a black and white man of 3 years. And Felicity, a black and white female of 1 year.
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The post continues: “They are all lovely, friendly cats and love attention. They are all neutered / neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, flea and worm treated. We are looking to house them in pairs and look for homes with a private garden on a safe path.
“Please send a message to our Facebook page with details of the home you can offer, including address and zip code, if you would like to offer a home to a couple of these lovely cats.”
If you are a cat lover in south London, this is the perfect opportunity to adopt a few friendly bailouts. You can get in touch with Croydon Animal Samaritan’s Facebook page here.
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