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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Owing to Covid-19 lockdown restrictions there may be a delay in offering viewings of the cats currently available for adoption, but if you wish to register an interest we will try to help as quickly as possible.



June 2020

This wide-eyed sister act comprises Lily (far left) and Rose. Initially shy but now super-friendly, they’ve come on in leaps and bounds after being fostered by one of our most experienced and cat-savvy volunteers, and they will be ready for rehoming almost as soon as they’ve been spayed. Lily and Rose are 18 months old and need to be rehomed together, preferably to a household where there are no other pets. If you’d like to register an interest call Lymington Cat & Kitten Rescue on 01590 678663/678233 or 07739 109029.



June 2020

Tabby & white Fudge is a full-on, all-action cat who needs plenty of outdoor space – and owners who won’t mind him indulging his hunting instincts; in his previous home this two-year-old lived close to a stream where there were rich rodent pickings! In superb condition, Fudge is an affection-on-my-terms puss who will let you know ,when he’s not in the mood. And he’s adorable!  For further details call Lymington Cat & Kitten Rescue on 01590 678663/678233 or 07739 109029 and we’ll discuss a viewing.



June 2020

Mowgli is a lovely black & white boy who recently reached his fifth birthday. Although gentle in nature, he doesn’t seem too keen on children and therefore we are looking to find a “mature” home for him. Microchipped and in fine condition, Mowgli owes part of his appeal to those gorgeous white whiskers and soulful eyes that lend him a distinguished maturity even at his relatively young age. He loves his grub, too! If you would like to meet him call us on 01590 678663/678233 or 07739 109029.



June 2020

This adorable little face belongs to Bubbles, a tortie tabby whose age is estimated at 12-14 years. Our vet examined her and said that overall she’s in pretty good nick for her age, although there is some evidence of arthritis which restricts her ability to self-groom. That said, she’s an incredibly sweet girl and there’s nothing wrong with her lovely coat that a spot of regular brushing and combing can’t put right. If you’re looking for quiet feline companionship, give us a call on 01590 678663/678233 or 07739 109029.



June 2020

Hope needs a new home for the very good reason that his previous owner is now literally the other side of the world – and long-haul flights aren’t ideal for a 14-year-old feline! This stunning shorthaired grey is very affectionate and would be an ideal companion for anyone seeking an “indoor” puss with lap-cat credentials. He has been diagnosed with a low-grade heart murmur, but such conditions are not uncommon in mature cats and his general health is excellent. Call 01590 678663/678233 or 07739 109029 for details.



June 2020

Jeffrey is a cat reborn. A few weeks ago he was a scruffy stray making a nuisance of himself on a mobile home site; now he’s a smart and sleek young bundle of fluff who answers to his name, plays friskily and enjoys every ounce of attention you care to give him. We had him neutered recently and he tested negative for all the nasty viruses that roaming toms can sometimes pick up, so it’s all good news. He’s a real character and well worth a visit to see his true potential; contact us on 01590 678663/678233 or 07739 109029.



June 2020

Loves people, hates other cats – that, in five words, is tortoiseshell Maddie. It’s almost like flicking a switch; this former stray from a distant New Forest village goes all grumpy and defensive when other felines are around, but get her on her own and she’s a darling, rubbing up against your legs and lapping up as much attention as you can give her. Owing to lack of veterinary records we can’t be precise about her age, but if we said three years we wouldn’t be far out. Call 01590 678663/678233 or 07739 109029.


Watch this space! More cats arriving very soon…


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