Hi, my name is Bobby and I’m roughly 2 years old. As you can see from my photos, I have huge eyes and big, fluffy cheeks! My fosterer is always telling me how handsome I am.

 I’m a bit of a lad which means I absolutely hate sharing my space with other cats, in fact my instinct tells me to protect my territory so I can get a bit aggressive with them. I can’t help it, it’s instilled in me. This means that I need to be homed on my own which I am perfectly happy with…..it means I get all of the attention!

 I am a lovely cat though and currently live with children which is fine with me. I love being fussed and will come and sit next to my humans on the sofa for a stroke.  

As my fosterer has other cats, I have to be kept separated from them which is making me a little nervous. I hate not being able to have the roam of the house. I’m so excited at the thought of having my own home!

 My fosterer says that I will make a beautiful, loving cat for the right family……could that be you?

All our cats are “snap” blood-tested, at the vets,  for FIV/FeLV (the result is deemed negative unless clearly stated.)

All cats have been examined and treated by a vet and received flea and worming treatment. They are micro-chipped and litter-trained.   All of our cats are fully vaccinated for their first year, after which time it is the responsibility of the new owner to continue annual vaccinations.

Adult cats are neutered and kittens under 6 months of age will need to be neutered by their new owner.
We recommend that all cats are kept indoors for around 6 to 8 weeks, to allow time to bond with their new owner and adjust to their new surroundings.  Kittens should always be kept indoors until neutered and then be supervised, with only limited access outdoors. It is recommended by all cat welfare societies that cats be kept inside at night, as they are vulnerable to many dangers.

if you are interested in Lucy, please contact our Adoption Officer by emailing this volunteer at admin@aaru.org.uk. You will receive a response as soon as possible.
The Charity is run entirely by volunteers and is always in urgent need of additional fosterers to foster the cats that are rescued by Animal Accident Rescue Unit. The Charity has no central base, office or cattery and cats are fostered in individual volunteers’ homes as pets, in and around the Nottingham area.
All potential adoptions will require a successful homecheck and we don’t rehome on or near busier roads, unless the cat is suitable to be an indoor only pet.