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I had a tough start when my Mum died after giving birth to me and my brothers and sisters: Esme, May, Harry and Shadow. She was a starving stray and so very thin. She managed to pass on the goodness from food she found to us, but tragically didn’t have enough left over for herself.

Thankfully we’ve grown up into strong and healthy kittens. I am a lively black and white girl of about seven weeks.

I am a bit more ladylike than my sisters and more refined than my brothers. Don’t get me wrong I still love to play but I’m quite dainty with it! I’m a friendly girl who gets on with other cats, dogs and people of all ages.

So if you think I sound like the perfect companion for you, give the Animal Accident Rescue Unit a call.

 

Born 11th June 2014

All our cats are “snap” blood-tested at the Vets for FIV/Felv (the result is negative unless CLEARLY stated.)

All cats have received flea and worming treatment and are micro-chipped and litter-trained.

ADULT cats are neutered and KITTENS under 6 months old will need to be neutered by their new owner.

We recommend that ALL cats are kept indoors for around 6 – 8 weeks, to bond with their new owner and so that you can vaccinate them.  KITTENS should always be kept indoors until neutered and afterwards should be supervised, with only limited access outdoors and never be allowed out at night, as they are vulnerable to many dangers.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN POPPY  PLEASE CONTACT OUR ADOPTION VOLUNTEER ON 0115 9984307 after 6pm. This number MUST NOT be used for any other type of enquiry or emergency.  Alternatively you can email this volunteer at     admin@aaru.org.uk

We are run entirely by volunteers, we have no office or cattery so please be aware and we will reply ASAP, thank-you.

ALL ADOPTIONS will require a successful homecheck and we don’t rehome on/near busier roads, sorry.

NB.  We are always in urgent need of additional fosterers to help us foster the cats that AARU rescue.

* For more information about our Charity “Animal Accident Rescue Unit,” pleased visit   www.animalaccident.org.uk