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Now a lucky little kitten in a new home.



This is BW a delightful little female kitten who we rescued along with her mum Shelley in September. She was only two days old so she needed extra-special care from our fosterers who helped the very young Mum come to terms with having a tiny kitten to look after.

This was easier said than done and often she would be rejected by her mum but with perseverance and guidance by her fosterer, Shelley takes more care of her now and BW is developing into a very fit and healthy young cat.

Trying to get her to sit still long enough to take a good picture is nearly impossible as everything is a challenge and it’s a great adventure to go climbing or exploring in cupboards, drawers and of course the washing machine!

BW loves a fuss and will come running if there’s food about. She is very clean around the house and has a funny, happy and friendly nature with a soft velvety purr. She has been brought up with other cats apart from her mum, and a young Springer Spaniel who has been her closest playmate for a while. She keeps our fosterers company when they’re busy and will help with any chores she can – she especially likes writing as you can see.

BW will make a lovely addition to your family and she’s all ready to be adopted now. Please can you offer this little girl a safe and loving home?

All cats will be home-checked prior to adoption. Kittens should initially be kept indoors until they are neutered at around 6 months.  Also they should have supervised and limited access at first outside and never be allowed to stay out at night, as they are vulnerable to many dangers.   Sorry but we  do not home on or near busy roads.

If you are interested in little BW,  please contact us by telephoning 0115 9984307(please leave a message if no reply and we will get back to you as soon as possible) or e-mailing uk.  Please include your postcode with your contact details.

Please note:  We are always in urgent need of new cat fosterers to help us foster the cats that AARU continue to help, if you would like to find out more information please email us.