Furry felines need a home

Could you welcome a furry feline into your home? If so we have a host of four-legged friends who are in desperate need of a family.

Thursday, 18th May 2017, 5:33 pm
Updated Sunday, 4th June 2017, 9:38 pm

First up is ten-year-old Solstice. He was abandoned at Cats Protection Derby Adoption Centre on the shortest day of the year – which was the inspiration behind his name.

He now hopes to make a new start to life and is looking for a second chance. He is a friendly character who loves lots of fuss, and who always jumps up to greet visitors.

Next up is sweet senior Jemima. The 11-year-old is looking for a new home since her previous owner moved and wasn’t able to take her.

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The centre’s marketing and publicity officer Gail Newport, said Jemima is “An absolute sweetie who enjoys a fuss, but will let you know when she has had enough.
“She would probably suit a quieter home where she was the only cat.”

Five-year-old Scottie is also in need of a home. He was a stray before being taken into the centre.

He is a friendly boy who will have a fuss and head rub, although can appear a little shy initially. Scottie is just looking for some TLC and a second chance.

Finally, there is Jess.
Fluffy Jess, who is eight years-old, is a bit nervous and never sure if she wants to hide, or attention said Gail.

A new baby in the family meant Jess needed a new home – ideally a quiet one due t her being nervous.

For more information about any of the above cats or others, visit www.derby.cats.org.uk or call 01332 824950.