Stacey

Stacey

Stacey is an 11 month old cat who lived as a stray for a while and had limited contact with people initially. She is starting to trust her fosterer and will become a loving companion in the right kind of home.  She needs a quiet household and understanding owners who will be patient and let her come out of her shell in her own time. She could be rehomed with sisters Doris or Nessa if you’re looking for a pair. Could you offer her the home she needs?

4 thoughts on “Stacey

  1. Lorna Hayward says:

    Good afternoon,
    I am looking to rehome a cat – preferably a junior kitten or young adult. Ideally a female. We (myself and my 7 year old son) live in a first floor flat – in a block of just 4. It is my intention to move to a property with access to the outside as soon a possible. I have kept cats over the years, so therefore have plenty of experience. My son is still going to school through the pandemic, however I am at home most of the day – therefore will have plenty of time to spend with our new companion. Stacey here has such a beautiful face, we would love to offer her a calm and peaceful environment in which to reside, where she would be – without doubt – be treated as an extra special member of our family. Thank you for your consideration

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Lorna, thanks for your interest in Stacey. Please could you fill out a homing form (available on the website) and email this to homing@felines1st.org and someone will be in contact. We have received a lot of emails about adopting recently, so we appreciate your patience as we work through these – we need to give priority to people in order of enquiries received. Thanks in advance for your understanding.

  2. Cian McNabola says:

    Hello, I’m interested in Stacey. Have you any further pictures or videos of her? I live in Guildford and have a small garden here. Do you cover the area of Guildford? Thanks

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Cian, thanks for your enquiry about Stacey. Yes, we will rehome to Guildford. We will get videos of her as soon as her fosterer is able to do so. In the meantime, please could you fill out a homing from and email this to homing@felines1st.org and someone will be in contact. We have received a lot of emails about adopting recently, so we appreciate your patience as we work through these – we need to give priority to people in order of enquiries received. Thanks in advance for your understanding.

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