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Hello my name is Cookie Dough and I have been called that because that’s what I look like apparently, with my soft ginger and cream markings! I am now in a super home of my own.

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I was found with my brother in a large waste rubbish company on an industrial estate.  We had climbed into a large container and our mum was running around, as she was scared for us – a huge crane had hoisted us up so she couldn’t get to us.  Luckily enough the man driving it stopped and climbed inside and rescued us.  A few minutes more and we wouldn’t have survived.  Sadly they couldn’t get our mum as she’s not used to being handled and she run off into the huge yard and we couldn’t find her.

As we were so tiny, we were taken by AARU to their vet to be checked out.  A member of staff at the waste company adopted my brother straight away and I have been with one of the charity’s brilliant fosterers for a short time. I am now used to being handled and having a big cuddle; I love being around other kittens or cats as I have several playmates here.  Also my fosterer has a young daughter who I really enjoy playing with and we have such fun until I’m so sleepy I fall to sleep on my nice comfy purple cushion.  BB the big ginger male in the picture has taken me under his wing and I’m very happy to curl up and be spoilt when he has time in his busy day.

I am still very young as I was born on 1st December 2013 but I would really love to get a loving home as soon as possible.  I am eating kitten food now and lap water or milk so I am big enough.  And as I’m not poorly – I’m ready to go.

Can you please offer Cookie Dough a safe and loving home?

She is a delightful little kitten, very pretty and extremely clean we hear.  It would be ideal for her to go to a new family now, as you’ll get all the enjoyment a young kitten brings and we’re sure she’ll make the ideal addition to your family.

Cookie was born on 1st December 2013.

She has had flea and worming treatment. All our cats are “snap” blood-tested for Felv/FIV at the Vets and found to be negative unless CLEARLY stated. 

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 COOKIE,  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 admin@aaru.org. 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.