Tiny has gone to his new home!

Tiny

Tiny is a beautiful boy looking for a new home where he can be the centre of attention and the only cat in the household.  He would be best suited to an adult-only home.

24 thoughts on “Tiny has gone to his new home!

  1. Bushra Ahmed says:

    Hi
    I’m looking forward to adopt and take care of Tiny is there anything you can do to help me
    Thank you

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Bushra, Tiny is reserved. If you are the new adopter, please speak to the homing officer or fosterer about tips and advice for settling him into your household. If you are not the new adopter of Tiny, and would like to adopt a cat, please fill in the homing form that is available on the homing page, and our volunteer homing officer will be in contact with you.

        1. Web Admin
          Web Admin says:

          Hi Ben, Tiny is still available. 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.

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Karen, Tiny is still available. We have received your homing application. Our volunteer homing officer will be in contact with you soon. We have received a large number of homing forms recently; we appreciate your patience as we work through the backlog.

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Jodie, thanks for your interest in Tiny. We have received your homing application. Our volunteer homing officer will be in contact with you soon. We have received a large number of homing forms recently; we appreciate your patience as we work through the backlog.

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Sally, sorry for the delay in replying. Tiny is still available; however, he is not suitable to be rehomed with children. We have received your homing application form. Our volunteer homing officer will be in touch to discuss any other cats that we have in care that may be suitable for you.

  2. Sue Dewey says:

    Hi, we are looking to give a young cat a home. Can you please advise where I can locate an application form

    Many thanks Sue Dewey

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Sue. Thanks for your enquiry. Please fill in an online homing application – 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”. We are working through a backlog of forms, so please be patient, our volunteer homing officer will be in contact with you as soon as possible.

  3. Michael Rock says:

    Hi, is tiny still available, my partner and I would love one or two little kittens for our home. we have filled out the forms.

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Michael, Tiny is still available. Thank you for your homing application; our volunteer homing officer will be in touch soon, if you haven’t yet been contacted.

  4. Rosalind Maxwell says:

    Hello. TINY could come and live with me if he would like a quiet home. I am a widow, retired and live alone. If Tiny moved in with me he would have a Nice warm, comfortable, kind and loving home with a garden to explore. I completed the adoption form last night. Best wishes Roz

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Rosalind, thanks for your message and interest in Tiny. We have received your homing application. We are working through a backlog of forms, so please be patient, our volunteer homing officer will be in contact with you as soon as possible.

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Simon, Tiny is still available but he is being viewed by someone this week so he may be reserved after this. I would suggest that you 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 and will be able to discuss other cats that may be suitable for you if Tiny has been reserved. Please be patient – we have received a large number of applications recently and we are slowly working our way through them. Thank you.

  5. Jacquie Joyce says:

    Hi there
    I have a nice quiet house and woodland style garden, located in Camberley. Cul de sac away from busy roads. Having retired earlier this year and finished renovating the house, my husband and I feel our house is ready to receive one or possibly 2 furry friends. We have both had cats whilst growing up and in subsequent years and have the patience to carefully nuture timid or scared cats. We would be pleased if you would consider our application to adopt Cleo.

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Jacquie, thanks for your comment and interest in adopting from Felines 1st. We have received your homing form. Our volunteer homing officer will be in contact with you soon.

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