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    Tommo’s teenage antics

    January 9, 2014   /  in News, Quotes from adopters   /   0 comment

    January 9, 2014

    Hi Jackie, I’m sorry I haven’t got round to emailing to let you know how Tommo is, and how happy we are with him. He settled in very well and our lives have revolved around him since. I work part […] Read more...

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    Little Buzz starts his new life

    December 24, 2013   /  in News, Quotes from adopters   /   1 comment

    December 24, 2013

    Buzz came to me a couple of months ago and joined the disparate mix of kittens staying with me. He was an odd little soul – about 12 weeks old but only two thirds the size of the other two […] Read more...

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    Alfie finds a new friend in Kasper

    December 24, 2013   /  in News, Quotes from adopters   /   2 comments

    December 24, 2013

    Sam went to his new family last week. They thought very carefully about the decision to adopt a new kitten, as they only recently lost their previous cat, whose brother Kasper was feeling a bit lost. But they fell in […] Read more...

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    Toffee’s village life

    October 31, 2013   /  in Quotes from adopters   /   0 comment

    October 31, 2013

    Toffee (the cat formerly known as Mintoe) is doing really well and seems very content with his life in the village.  He is still very vocal and loves his food – he loves a long conversation and is very good company.  He is also a keen hunter and loves nothing more than to torment the local wildlife, often bringing home many examples of his work.  Voles/field mice and headless rabbits are his favourite offerings!  However, he still manages that “butter wouldn’t melt in his mouth” look as I’m cleaning the kitchen up of his left overs!  I think that he likes the odd scrap too as there are a couple of other cats in the area, but that’s boys for you. The only issue we have had is that we can’t get him to wear a collar, which probably increases his wildlife hit rate.  We have tried two and he will put them on but seems to panic and become stuck in his bed whilst his breathing becomes very heavy.  Do you know if he was ever tethered by the neck as this would explain it?