Owners with ‘loving hearts’ urged to rehome feline trio

Owners with 'loving hearts' urged to rehome feline trio
Collage of pictures of 3 different cats
Bracknell and Wokingham Cats Protection urge residents to rehome cats for Valentines Day

Cats Protection Bracknell and Wokingham are hoping to find cat lovers with a big heart ahead of Valentines Day.

Feline trio Truffle, Minou and Arabella are looking for their “true lovers” to rehome them after being rescued by the cat charity.

The local rehoming centre has sent out an urgent plea to residents to consider rehoming a homeless feline.

Truffle is an 11-year-old tabby girl who is suitable into any home without other pets.

Tabby cat laid on sofa
Truffle is an 11-year-old tabby girl

Families with children would be most suited to Arabella, the toirtoiseshell female aged nine and half years old.

Tortoiseshell cat
Families with children would be most suited to Arabella

Finally, Minou, who is a senior cat aged 14, prefers a quiet and relaxing environment to live in.

Old black cat sat on floor
Minou is a senior cat aged 14

Lynne Pothecary, publicity officer, said: “Just like humans, cats are individuals with different quirks and personalities and we have cats which would suit all sorts of people.

“You can never predict which cat a prospective owner will bond with – sometimes people go for cats with similar personalities to their own, other times is definitely a case of ‘opposites attract’.

“Either way, there is no denying that cats make fantastic pets. They are loyal, friendly, funny and loving – so what better time of year to pick a new best friend than around Valentine’s Day?”

If you think you have the heart and perfect home for Minou, Truffle or Arabella, please call Cats Protection Bracknell and Wokingham on 03453 714 212

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