Doris has been rehomed with Shadow!

Doris

Doris is a lovely young tabby and white cat looking for a home with her friend Shadow. They are best friends and are inseparable so need to be rehomed as a pair.

6 thoughts on “Doris has been rehomed with Shadow!

  1. Martin Farrelly says:

    Hello,

    Doris & Shadow…

    I’ll probably fail the criteria due to location, as am in Streatham SW166DA.
    I moved here from Banstead. Presently I work in Epsom. Last year I separated. We had a pair of cats in the family home. I have space where I am… a three bed house. The garden is fine. Presently I’ve no cat, therefore no cat flap. There is a rail line beyond the rear garden. There are other cats locally who come to visit from neighbours into my garden . They are not foolish. They don’t play with the trains. It is not a rural location. At a point I will move back to Surrey. Okay, that’s my interest declared & I understand if my postcode is an issue. Thank for your consideration.

  2. Rosa Armstrong says:

    Hi – my family is looking for a pair of cats. We own a home that’s in a side road off of a quiet section of the A307 – would we able to adopt these two? We’re from Thames Ditton.

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Rosa, thanks for your interest in Doris and Shadow. Please complete a homing application form – the link can be found on our rehoming page, underneath the photos of the cats, under the heading “How to adopt a rescue kitten/cat – Step 1”. Our volunteer homing officer will be in touch as soon as possible – please be patient – we have received a large number of applications recently and are slowly working our way through them. Thank you.

  3. Angela says:

    Hi I live in East Grinstead, West Sussex. I lost my 23yr old cat in December and feel lost without her. I would love to adopt. My home is a chalet bungalow with safe garden, House is far from the road. I have a cat flap, lots of toys and love to give.

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Angela, we are sorry to hear about the loss of your cat in December. Thanks for your interest in adopting. We have received your homing application form. Our volunteer homing officer will be in touch as soon as possible – we appreciate your patience – we have received a large number of applications recently and are slowly working our way through them. Thank you.

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