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Just a few pictures to show you how Finlay (formerly known as Ace!) is settling in …

there have been no problems between him and Milo (despite all our concerns about this), and we can’t believe that he has only been with us for just over a week! Thanks for doing such a good job with him, he’s behaving really well for a newly adopted cat in a new home, and it’s as if he has just been waiting for us to adopt him. He’s got a great personality, and is a delight to us all!


Ace is such a friendly boy and he’s made firm friends with our other foster cat, so if you want to add another pet into your home, he’ll fit right in with the right introduction. From a small kitten until recently he lived with his sister Inka and 11 adult cats quite harmoniously.

When he matures he will be a big, calm and handsome adult. When both cats play together and it gets too boisterous he stands up for himself without being aggressive. He is a bit naughty as he’s a big kitten but now learning the NO word quickly!

Ace sneaks onto your lap at every opportunity for a snooze and is very affectionate.

Please choose Ace for his forever home – he loves being part of our family and he will soon learn to love being with you. 

Ace was born on 13 April 2013, neutered, micro-chipped, litter-trained.   All our cats are “snap” blood-tested for Felv/FIV at the Vets and found to be negative unless CLEARLY stated.



All adopters will be home-checked prior to adopting a cat, sorry but we do not rehome onto busy roads/near busy roads.  If you are interested in striking  Ace please contact us by: telephoning 0115 9984307 .  This number must not be used for emergency calls or any other types of enquiry.  Please leave a message if no reply and our Adoption Volunteeer will get back to you as soon as possible.

Or you can e-mail  Whether telephoning our Volunteer or emailing the Charity please include your postcode and telephone number.

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.