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London, Lewisham - Animals in Need of a Home
Cats, Kittens, Dogs and small animals in need of a home.

Strays of the Month - Lewisham

LEWISHAM BRANCH
233-235 Lewisham Way, Lewisham
Tel: 0208 694 6545 - RESCUE AND REHOMING ENQUIRIES ONLY
Email: lewisham@celiahammond.org
IMPORTANT: IF YOU NEED TO CONTACT OUR LEWISHAM VETERINARY CLINIC FOR BOOKINGS OR ENQUIRIES ABOUT NEUTERING, VACCINATIONS, MICROCHIPPING, TREATMENTS ETC, PLEASE PHONE 02086912100 (phones answered mon to fri 9am to 5.30pm).

On this page we feature some of the animals in our care who really deserve a new, loving home, but who have so far been overlooked.
The majority of our cats that are suitable for domestic homes are featured on this page, we do have many more feral cats seeking mainly rural outdoor homes.
PLEASE NOTE: All potential homes are visited by a member of our rehoming team prior to rehoming any of our rescued animals.
Due to our limited resources, we are ONLY able to home animals in areas near to our rescue centres. Lewisham Branch rehome in all S.E. London postcode areas and also:
Welling, Bexley, Sidcup, Swanley, Dartford, Bromley area (all BR postcodes), Croydon area, South West London SW8,SW9,SW2,SW11,SW4,SW12,SW16,SW17. OFFERS OF HOMES FOR FERAL CATS ARE CONSIDERED THROUGHOUT KENT, SUSSEX AND SURREY.
Do contact us if you live just outside of our main rehoming area since depending on who you would like to offer a home to we may still be able to get to you.
If you are outside CHAT's catchment areas, and wish to adopt a rescue cat, find a rescue centre near you at: catchat.org

Open Days

LEWISHAM BRANCH CAT ADOPTION OPEN DAYS.....

Lewisham Branch Rescue Centre is now open every Saturday afternoon between 1p.m and 5p.m!

This will be an opportunity for people who are interested in offering a new home to one or more of our rescued cats to come and meet us to discuss further about adopting cats and to meet some of our many rescued cats who are seeking new homes.

Offers of homes will be visited (home visit) prior to actual adoption to provide any advice required about settling in and caring for cats and kittens and to assess suitability.
(We routinely rehome domestic cats and kittens throughout all S.E postcode areas, S.W postcodes and into North Kent - but can often home further afield - particularly further south into Kent and Sussex and parts of Surrey - if you live further afield and are interested in offering a home please contact us first to check if we can reach you.

Offers of homes and enquiries can also still made throughout the week via email : lewisham@celiahammond.org or by phone: 020 8694 6545 - please leave a message if answer machine is on as we are often out on home visits or attending to the cats but will call you back as soon as we can.

Lewisham Branch 233-235, Lewisham Way, London SE4 1UY (nr Junction with Friendly Street SE8)
Parking in local side streets.

Our staff, volunteers and cats look forward to meeting you!

Wishlist

PLEASE VISIT OUR AMAZON WISH LIST!!!!

Now you can help us care for our cats awaiting new homes by buying a specific gift online to be delivered directly to Lewisham Branch. You can choose from food, toys, scratch posts or bedding.

Please click on link below

Our Lewisham Wish List

Feral cats appeal!

AUGUST 2014

KITTEN SEASON Cats are seasonal breeders usually giving birth to two litters per year - Spring and again late Summer.

We are now taking in litters of young kittens and their mothers, some found abandoned, others living stray, some simply unwanted. These are being cared for in foster homes and will be ready for new homes once they are weaned at 8-9 weeks old. We still also have lots of very deserving adult cats of all ages in need of new homes.

PLEASE NOTE THESE ARE RESCUE ANIMALS!!! We take in animals that need our help, our decision is not based on colour, age or temperament.
We have our own vets and cats are vaccinated, neutered, microchipped, flea treated and wormed as well as injuries treated and ailments diagnosed and treated prior to rehoming. Our rescued animals are generally not perfect, they are often shy and need time to settle or may have long term health conditions or be recovering from ailments.
We are here to offer help and advice with settling cats in or health problems that arise soon after adoption. Our rescue and rehoming team are a small dedicated group of staff and volunteers who work very hard, and deal with awful and distressing problems on a day to day basis and do our very best because we want to improve the lives of as many cats as possible.
Thankyou so much to everyone who adopts these cats and gives them a place in their hearts and homes, we couldn't carry on without your support.

Adopting cats rescued from hardship and giving them a caring loving home is so rewarding. Cats curled up on a comfy sofa or your bed instead of the alternative - cold, hungry, threatened by humans on the streets or waiting for a seemingly endless time in a cattery pen. Enjoy the loyalty they give you as they learn to trust you - more than enough reward for your intial patience. Visit our Happy Endings page to be inspired by how YOU can transform their lives and give them a future really worth living.

A FUTURE WITHOUT THE EUTHANASIA OF HEALTHY UNWANTED PETS?

C.H.A.T has a non-destruction policy. Having rescued our cats we will not put healthy cats to sleep to make room for more. We tend to assume that most people do not agree with destroying healthy cats and dogs. The reality is that every day in the U.K. hundreds of healthy animals are destroyed because there are not enough homes to go round. In order to achieve a future where healthy animals are not routinely destroyed not only is intensive neutering required but for people who are able to offer homes to less than perfect cats and dogs to do so.

FERAL CATS .... APRIL '14 WE URGENTLY NEED HOMES FOR PAIRS AND FAMILIES OF FERAL AND SEMI-FERAL CATS!!
As always we are appealing for more outdoor homes for rescued feral cats. They are ideal for farms, stables, small holdings and even some gardens. They require food and shelter but in return act as an effective rodent patrol.


Got a Question?

Thinking of adopting a cat? Need some advice? Want to know what happens next?
Then, take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q's) page.

If you can't find the answer to your question, please phone or email us.





bedding urgently needed!

DONATIONS OF BEDDING AND NEWSPAPERS REQUIRED.

Bedding needed.....
BEDDING URGENTLY NEEDED!!!
Lewisham Branch has taken in so many litters of kittens in the last few weeks that we have virtually run out of bedding. Old sheets, towels, fleece, throws, duvet covers, blankets etc are all needed. If you can drop it in thats great 233-235, Lewisham Way SE4 1UY open Mon - Fri 9.a.m - 7p.m or at the weekend please knock on the door or leave on the doorstep.
If you live locally and have a reasonable amount to donate a bin bag full or more we can probably collect it from you. Thank you in anticipation!!!Old towels, sheets, blankets, throws, cat beds etc etc

We also need clean newspaper which we use for lining kennels and litter trays.
Also donations of large feeding bowls (-in particular dog size bowls) etc.
Unwanted scratch posts are also much appreciated by our cats.

Please drop donations of paper and bedding to the clinic 233-235, Lewisham Way SE4 1UY. (parking in side street- Friendly Street SE8 or stop briefly in loading bay outside clinic 10am - 4pm) Clinic open mon to fri 9am to 5.30pm. Weekends by arrangement or leave in entrance in tied bags. Tel 0208 691 2100 Thank you!
Mum and kittens

C.H.A.T.'s POLICY on REHOMING MUMS & KITTENS

Mother cats have very strong maternal bonds with their kittens. If their kittens are taken from them they will cry and search for days. Mother cats have been known to go into burning buildings to rescue their young. Some people falsely believe they should let a cat have a litter before being neutered/spayed, then they give away the kittens leaving a distressed mother cat who has gained absolutely nothing positive from the experience - better to have her neutered in the first place.

Kittens are great fun to watch, they love chasing and playing with each other and then collapsing in a heap together to sleep and recharge for more fun and games. Growing up, they are company for each other - essential if everyone is out of the house for any length of time during the day. Rehoming kittens in pairs reduces stress for them when arriving in a new home since they comfort each other. This is also important if you already have a cat, or cats, in your home since they will be initially hostile to a new arrival whether kitten or adult. This would be very frightening for a single kitten who would be missing his or her mum and siblings. A pair of kittens will stick together, and existing cats can either play with them or leave them as they wish. Elderly cats can be put off by having lively kittens chewing their ears, chasing their tails and generally harassing them.

SO, we home a mum with one or two of her kittens, and rehome kittens in pairs. We do this in the best interests of the cats but this is also in the owners best interests because happy cats make happy cat owners!

KITTEN SEASON Many people are not aware that cats are seasonal breeders.
Cats typically have two litters a year, one in Spring, another later in the Summer.
CHAT will have cats and litters of kittens available for rehoming during the summer months until late Autumn.

Betsy and her kittens in a foster home.

FOSTER HOMES NEEDED!!!

TEMPORARY FOSTER HOMES ARE REQUIRED - FOR MOTHER CATS AND UNWEANED LITTERS OF KITTENS BUT ALSO FOR ADULT CATS FOR A VARIETY OF REASONS.

We can provide all the food and cat litter as well as veterinary care if required and will find permanent new homes for your fostered cats.

If you have pets of your own you will need a spare room to keep your fostered cats separately. Most fostered cats will need to be kept entirely indoors so if you live in a flat and can't have pets long term fostering may be ideal for you.

If you are considering adopting cats but are unsure whether to take the plunge fostering is a good way to trial living with cats.

Please get in touch if you would like to discuss further!








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Got a Question?

Thinking of adopting a cat? Need some advice? Want to know what happens next?
Then, take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q's) page.

If you can't find the answer to your question, please phone or email us.
Lexi and Sparkie

LEXI AND SPARKIE - Fostered - PRIORITY!

Lexi and Sparkie are being fostered by Kirstie and are seeking a new home together.

This young mother and her 10 month old daughter are being fostered by Kirstie.

They were originally rescued as strays but Mum is very friendly and must have once been someone's pet. Sparkie was a little shy but has come on leaps and bounds whilst being fostered.

"Lexi (mum, tortoiseshell) and Sparkie (female kitten, black and white).

They're a very entertaining pair - Sparkie loves playing with all
kinds of toys, and is very adventurous, climbing as high as she can.
Lexi is generally more composed and looks on as Sparkie races around,
but they do chase and play with each other too - and with a bit of cat
nip Lexi will also have a mad 5 minutes! They're very closely bonded
and always sleep snuggled up together."

Sparkie and Lexi UPDATE 2ND JUNE: "Lexi and Sparkie are now both super friendly cats, with myself and strangers alike. Both really enjoy being stroked (Sparkie will persistently bump her head against you until you stroke her, whilst purring loudly!) and both will sit on my lap too (often at the same time!). These are two really sweet, friendly and entertaining cats.

They're looking longingly out the window a lot, so I'd really love them to find a home with a garden soon! "


An adult home with a garden and a cat flap is sought for these two.

To enquire about Lexi and Sparkie or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]

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Maple

MAPLE - PRIORITY!!

Maple is a petite, friendly but boisterous young cat.

She is currently not keen on other cats and would like a home as the only cat but with plenty of human company!

UPDATE 25TH JUNE: Maple has been waiting a long time for a home, she does play roughly, including with her carers hands but this behaviour is worsened by boredom and frustration. She urgently needs an adult home where she can have space to run around, play and calm down in her own time.


To enquire about Maple please contact Lewisham Branch on 020 8694 6545 or email lewisham@celiahammond.org
Ruben, Kavanagh and Emris

KAVANAGH, EMRIS, AND RUBEN, PRIORITY! - seeking special home!!

UPDATE 1st March: The remaining 3 cats from this large rescue have now been in our care since April '13 and really need new homes. They are super cats, all are friendly cats!

Lewisham Branch took in 35 cats and kittens following the eviction of their owners from their home.
We were contacted by the Council to assist these cats who were all living in filthy conditions. The Council had taken action to evict the cats owners because they would not agree to neutering or reducing the number of cats in their home or cleaning up their home.

The cats were all unneutered and had been producing numerous litters of kittens which their owners had been giving away. The cats were not being fed enough food and were all very underweight. They had been trying to scrounge food from neighbouring houses but the neighbours had become fed up with the cats and our rescue team witnessed them being chased away from a front garden and threatened with a stick.

1st March: Still waiting:
Kavanagh - 3-4 year old pure white female.
Emris - approx 18 month black male cat with white feet.
Ruben - approx 3 years tabby male - deaf.

SPECIAL HOME SOUGHT - Ruben, a gorgeous young tabby male is deaf. Soon after rescuing this family we tried homing Ruben to an indoor only home with an older cat from this group but his new owner said he was crying at the windows all the time wanting to go outside. He was quite happy again once reunited back with the other cats in his family. We are unsure if it was just that he wanted to go out or if he missed the company of the other cats. The ideal solution would be if all three cats could be found a new home with an enclosed / cat proofed garden so that Ruben cannot wander and encounter danger with other animals or busy roads.

UPDATE 24th MARCH: Kavanagh, Emris and Ruben are now in the care of a foster home so that we can better assess what sort of home Ruben will require.

UPDATED INFO 15TH APRIL: Ruben is a proper lap cat who loves human attention and will quite happily snuggle up with a human while they’re watching TV or reading a book. He loves to explore, plays with anything he can move with his paw and is a keen shelf climber.
He is a very vocal cat who will demand your attention especially if it’s getting close to dinner time and he will take a few days to settle in to a new environment. But once settled he is adorable.

Kavanagh is a much quieter cat and will take her time to get to know you. She likes to hang out in cupboards and in tight spaces like open draws or at the bottom of a wardrobe squeezed into a shoe rack. Once settled though she loves to be stroked and will play with cat toys but is quite skittish and will run away if you make a sudden move or if she hears an unfamiliar sound.

Emris like Kavanagh will take his time to get to know you. He is not as affectionate as his two pals preferring to keep his distance from humans unless they bare gifts in the form of either food or something attached to a piece of string. He will occasionally let his guard down and let you scratch his head but on the whole prefers the company of cats to humans.

As a threesome they enjoy each other’s company and love to chase each other around the house. Preferably they would benefit from having a nice safe garden to explore away from busy roads as they are not at all streetwise.
At present they seem quite happy with a window sill to sit on and stare out of.


To enquire about these cats or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or email lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]

Donny

DONNY - PRIORITY!!

Donny is a friendly ex stray.

He is diabetic and currently requires insulin injections twice a day.


Donny is seeking a new home under our Long Term Foster Scheme whereby we will continue to provide his veterinary care via our veterinary clinic.


To enquire about Donny or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Phoenix and Domino

PHOENIX AND DOMINO - fostered - Priority!

Mum and daughter, these two are seeking a new home together.

Originally rescued along with another mother cat, a litter of 5 young kittens and four adolescent kittens. They were all living in and around a compost heap in a garden and were starving when they came into our care Summer '13.

All the cats have now been rehomed except for Phoenix and Domino who are still waiting. They had been waiting so long that they have been moved to a local foster home so that they can have some more space. However this is an indoor only foster home and we think that Phoenix particularly longs to be able to go outdoors.


Phoenix (mum - tabby) is a little shy but her daughter Domino, now a year old, who is very friendly.

They are seeking a caring adult home together with a garden and a cat flap.


Phoenix and Domino UPDATE 18th July From Amy who is fostering Phoenix and Domino....

"They are both doing well, Phoenix is slowly coming out of her shell and allows us strokes a couple of times a day now. Domino is quite soppy and loves strokes and attention, but is still too cautious to be picked up.
For adoption it would work best if the new home had a safe garden, and that they were not spilt up. They are ideal for a couple who work, as they keep each other company during the day, but like some attention in the evening. They both love playing with string and sleeping in boxes, no matter what expensive toys we buy them!

They are both well trained to toilet indoors but think they would love to go outside occasionally, they look wistfully out of the window on windy warm days.
Amy "


To enquire about Phoenix and Domino or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]




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Pingu

PINGU - fostered

Pingu is a friendly 14 year old female cat.

Pingu was handed in for rehoming as a stray found locally. We detected a microchip which recorded her as living at an address in North London but have had no luck in contacting her registered owner.

Pingu has now been with us for several weeks and with no hope of tracing her owner we are now seeking a new home for her.

Pingu does not seem keen on other cats and also enjoys looking out of the window. We are therefore seeking a home where she can be the only cat and ideally a home with a garden.

UPDATE 12th MAY: Pingu is now in a short term foster home to give her a break from waiting in the cattery. Her new foster carers can only look after her up until the end of July though so she is still seeking a permanent new home.


To enquire about Pingu or other animals at Lewisham Branch please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or Tel 020 8694 6545

Got a Question?

Thinking of adopting a cat? Need some advice? Want to know what happens next?
Then, take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q's) page.

If you can't find the answer to your question, please phone or email us.


Paprika and Parsley and Christophe

PAPRIKA, PARSLEY AND CHRISTOPHE

Six month old siblings brought in by our rescue team.

We had been alerted by concerned members of the public who were feeding a stray mother cat and a litter of kittens in the front garden of a property. Squatters who had lived in the property for over a decade had recently been evicted and local stray cats had moved themselves in. The property which was in a very dilapidated state had been sold and builders were waiting to move in and completely renovate the property.

Understandably they are shy and nervous around people after living out probably most of their young lives. However they are coming round with play and handling by staff and volunteers.

They seek an understanding and patient adult home with a garden.

To enquire about Paprika and Parsley and Christophe or other animals at Lewisham Branch please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or Tel 020 8694 6545





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Cleo

CLEO

Cleo came into our care with her 4 kittens when they were tiny. They were then fostered by Katy.

Two kittens were lucky and quickly found a new home.

Cleo and her last two kittens Lisa and Lia are now back in the rescue centre.

Cleo however is no longer very keen on her kittens, we have put her in a pen next to them but she is much happier on her own.


We are therefore seeking a new home for Cleo as an only cat. She is a young cat approx 18 months old and likes people!

To enquire about Cleo or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]





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Lisa, Marge and Maggie

LISA, MARGE AND MAGGIE - PRIORITY!!

Very friendly mum and her two friendly 4-5 month old daughters.


UPDATE 13th AUGUST: Whilst it would be lovely to home Lisa and her daughters as a trio we appreciate that most people don't want to adopt three cats at once. Alternatively we would home Lisa with one of her daughters and home the remaining daughter with either Nellie or Kellie (see below)



To enquire about Lisa, Marge and Maggie or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]

Mum and Two

NELLIE, KELLIE AND ELLIE - PRIORITY!

This friendly young cat and her two 4 month old daughters are seeking a new home.
Ellie had been living stray and the kind people who temporarily took her in and cared for her and her kittens would have loved to have kept them but their own cat didn't like them. They have written some information about them to help with their homing appeal.....


"Ellie grew up on the streets of East London, but decided to move into a house with some humans to give birth and bring up her kittens. She is street smart but trusting and friendly, and has both angel wings and a fabulous goatee! She is very grateful to people who are kind to her, and just like her daughters she purrs a lot.

Nellie and Kellie are three months old, and both sport trendy moustaches. They're inquisitive, clean, very playful and love to stretch out on your lap or cuddle up next to you on the couch. "


They're all neutered, microchipped and vaccinated and would love a new home!

UPDATE 13th AUGUST: Whilst it would be lovely to home Ellie, Nellie and Kellie as a trio we appreciate that most people don't want to adopt three cats at once. Alternatively we would home Ellie with one of her daughters and home the remaining daughter with either Marge or Maggie (see above)

To enquire about this family or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]


Astle and Peter-Pan

ASTLE AND PETER-PAN - PRIORITY!

Shy 2 year old brothers these two boys just love each other and are seeking a kind and patient adult home with a garden.



To enquire about Astle and Peter-Pan or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Molly and Pixie

MOLLY AND PIXIE - Fostered

Molly and Pixie are being fostered by Moy.

"Molly and her 3 kittens were found living in a garden, by people who moved into the house. Two kittens have now found a new home but Molly and Pixie are still waiting.

Molly is a loving and caring mum, initially a little wary of her environment and people, but once she warms up, she is incredibly loving and vocal, rubbing her head on every corner and demanding strokes and attention.

Pixie is the boldest and most independent kitten, often climbing to the highest point she can reach to get a better view of her surroundings. She loves to be stroked, and will happily sleep on laps.


To enquire about Molly and Pixie please contact Lewisham Branch on 020 8694 6545 or email lewisham@celiahammond.org




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Sonny and Winston

SONNY AND WINSTON - Fostered

Sonny and Winston are being fostered by Chloe and Isabel.

"Sonny and Winston, what to say about this adorable duo, two very different characters Sonny's curious confident approach is often watched by wiser more mature Winston who keeps his guard up but when trusted by him, you feel the luckiest person when you realise he trusts and feels fully at home ..they are rarely seen without each other.

They deserve to go to a really stable home where they are secure and have a routine they have a tendency to cry when unsure and feeling lonely."


Sonny is a very friendly young male cat approx 3 years old who was abandoned in a cat basket in a vets waiting room. Winston had been living as a stray for over a year in a back garden, he is a little older approx 5-6 years old.

Both cats are FIV positive but in good health. For more information about FIV visit our FIV information page on our website: http://www.celiahammond.org/index.php?module=pagemaster&PAGE_user_op=view_page&PAGE_id=14&MMN_position=21:21

To enquire about Sonny and Winston or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Nessie and Taylor

NESSIE AND TAYLOR

Nessie and Taylor are friendly 2 year old cats who are seeking a new home together.

They were unwanted pets.



To enquire about Nessie and Taylor or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number
Mermaid

MERMAID, SAILOR, BARNACLE, OCEAN AND LIMPET

14th June: Stray mother cat and her four 11-12 week old kittens rescued from a garden.
Sailor, Barnacle, Ocean and Limpet

Sailor - tabby/white male
Barnacle - black/white male
Ocean - black/white female
Limpet - tabby/white female

UPDATE 9TH JULY: GOOD NEWS Barnacle and Limpet have found a new home!


To enquire about Mermaid and kittens or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number




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Maggie

MAGGIE

Maggie was rescued as a stray kitten by our rescue team along with a male adult cat. We were told that there was originally a mother cat and more kittens but that someone had taken them away a few weeks previously.

We planned to home Maggie and the male cat together but he was not very friendly at all and has now joined two female feral cats and all three will be going to live at a stables.

Maggie is shy but loves to play and this is helping build her confidence with us.

She will seek a patient and understanding adult home, either with another cat we pair her up with or to a home with another cat. She will need to be given time to gain confidence and trust her new owners. She deserves the chance at a loving place to call her own!

To enquire about Maggie or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number
Tiramisu and her kittens

TIRAMISU AND KITTENS

June 25th: Very shy mum and her nervous kittens.

More info to follow soon....



To enquire about Tiramisu and kittens or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone numbe





Marilyn and kittens

MARILYN AND HER KITTENS

Kittens Left to right: Monty (male), Madonna (female) and Monroe (female)

Marilyn had been reported to us by a member of the public as living as a stray along with her kittens.

We weren’t sure how many kittens she had and began feeding her and getting her used to the trap we would use to catch her. This was in the hope that she would bring the kittens out and we could see how many there were, to ensure we didn’t leave any behind.

We saw 3 kittens on a number of occasions and on the third attempt of trapping we managed to get mum and all her kittens!

Marilyn was clearly someone’s pet at some stage in her life as she is very friendly.

The kittens are understandably nervous of people having been born outside. Our staff and volunteers are socialising them daily and making progress.

Marilyn is seeking a home with one her kittens and a pair of kittens seek a home together. Or they can be homed as a family!


They will require an understanding and patient home.

To enquire about Marilyn and her kittens or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number

Dottie, Cleo and Fidge

DOTTIE, CLEO AND FIDGE - Fostered

A lovely trio of tabbies!

Shy Cleo, okay Dottie and super friendly Fidge are currently being fostered by Jo.

Jo says they are a really close little family and she can't think how we could split them up, they really do need a home together.

To enquire about Dottie, Cleo and Fidge or other animals at Lewisham Branch please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or Tel 020 8694 6545



SEMI FERAL CATS SEEKING SAFE HOMES

SEMI FERAL CATS SEEKING SAFE, UNDERSTANDING HOMES

We always need homes for rescued feral and semi-feral cats.
Lewisham Branch currently have 61 feral cats who are all rather shy seeking caring outdoor homes.

These cats have all been born outside to stray cats and were rescued as adults or adolescents and have not become friendly enough to rehome as domestic pets. They have all been rescued from situations where they could not be neutered and returned mainly due to demolition and redevelopment of their homes. Many have been rescued from industrial sites but some have come from garden settings where either no one would feed them or the cats were experiencing unacceptable levels of hostility/ cruelty.

They are seeking homes in pairs or family groups. Farms, stables, smallholdings and of course gardens are ideal. They require shelter in the form of cosy hay barns dry sheds or outbuildings. These cats are used to and require good quality food but in return they will act as an effective rodent patrol.

We rehome feral cats in Sussex, Kent, Surrey and to suitable London garden homes. We visit you first to discuss the needs of the cats and advise on suitability, the cats are delivered to you in an holding pen initially which they are kept in for 3 weeks to settle them in. C.H.A.T is always there to provide advice and assist should a rehomed feral become sick or injured and require help.

GARDEN CATS
We have lots of semi-feral cats, many have been living in gardens and are the offspring of stray and abandoned pet cats.
Instead of being able to neuter them and return as we would ideally aim to do these are cats that have had to be taken in due to redevelopment, feeder/ carers moving away or attacks by hostile humans. Given a chance in a domestic home they would stand a good chance of becoming tame over a few weeks or months. The problem is that there are so many cats that are borderline between feral and domestic and not enough suitable homes to give them that chance.
Since many of these cats were quite happy living in London gardens there really is no reason why more of them shouldn't be rehomed to garden homes again rather than waiting for homes at farms and stables which are in such short supply. They are all neutered and used to living with other cats so it is highly unlikely that there would be any territory issues between them and local cats.
C.H.A.T. will assist with catching and treatment should they get injured or unwell.

This may be the ideal solution if you or a family member is allergic to cats but you would really like to help. Or maybe you already have house cats and could not take any more in your house. Or you would just like to help give a home to some of our long-term cats who wonder when it will ever be their turn for a home.

An outbuilding or weatherproof garden shed will be required for shelter and the cats need to be fed the same amounts of good quality cat food as a pet cat would expect. They wll catch rodents which may be an added benefit for you but this is not to be considered as a food source.

For more on feral cats, see our feral cat page.

If you think you could offer some of these guys a home, please call us on 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email

Pen 4

FRED, ALEXA, PLUTO, ISABELLA, MARLEY-ROSE, OLIVER

Six feral cats in need of a new home.

These cats lived as part of a family of over 20 cats in the garden of an elderly man. He became unwell and is unable to care for so many cats.

These six are very nervous and are seeking a suitable outdoor home such as a stables, smallholding, farm or large garden. They will require shelter such as a haybarn, tack room, shed or outbuildings and regular good quality food but in return they will act as an effective rodent patrol.


We rehome feral cats in Sussex, Kent, Surrey and to suitable London garden homes. We visit you first to discuss the needs of the cats and advise on suitability, the cats are delivered to you in an holding pen initially which they are kept in for 3 weeks to settle them in. C.H.A.T is always there to provide advice and assist should a rehomed feral become sick or injured and require help.

UPDATE 18TH DEC: GOOD NEWS FRED, MARLEY-ROSE AND OLIVER HAVE FOUND A NEW HOME!


To enquire about these cats or other animals at Lewisham Branch please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or Tel 020 8694 6545
Pen A

MISTA, MAGOO, CHOCKY, MINNIE AND URAGGLY

Mum and four big kittens (now approx 1 year old) These cats lived as part of a family of over 20 cats in the garden of an elderly man. He became unwell and is unable to care for so many cats.

These five are very nervous and are seeking a suitable outdoor home such as a stables, smallholding, farm or large garden. They will require shelter such as a haybarn, tack room, shed or outbuildings and regular good quality food but in return they will act as an effective rodent patrol.


We rehome feral cats in Sussex, Kent, Surrey and to suitable London garden homes. We visit you first to discuss the needs of the cats and advise on suitability, the cats are delivered to you in an holding pen initially which they are kept in for 3 weeks to settle them in. C.H.A.T is always there to provide advice and assist should a rehomed feral become sick or injured and require help.


To enquire about these cats or other animals at Lewisham Branch please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or Tel 020 8694 6545
Marley and Bear

MARLEY AND BEAR

Marley and Bear are 10 month old brothers who were rescued as strays.

They are shy and are seeking an out door semi-feral home such as at a stables or small holding where they will have shelter and be fed but will also earn their keep as a rodent patrol.

To enquire about Marley and Bear or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Jagger

JAGGER 26TH AUGUST: HOMED!



Jagger was brought in by our rescue team as a stray after a member of the public called concerned that he was limping.

Our vets could not find any signs of injury, and he is now walking well.

He is approx 5 years old.


He would like an adult home with a garden.

UPDATE 26TH AUGUST: GOOD NEWS JAGGER HAS FOUND A NEW HOME!


To enquire about Jagger or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Dermot and Harper

DERMOT AND HARPER - fostered 26TH AUGUST: HOMED!

3rd August: Dermot and Harper are currently being fostered by Kathy but are ready for a new home.

These two tiny male kittens are not actually brothers but have been cared for in the same foster home and are very close to each other.

Dermot came in as a stray kitten from a large cat colony that our rescue team are currently sorting out. Harper was found abandoned on a public toilet floor at approx 3 weeks old and initially required handrearing by Kathy.

Dermot and Harper are now approx 7 weeks old, so still quite tiny but eating well and ready for a home where people are home a lot, at least initially.

UPDATE 26TH AUGUST: GOOD NEWS DERMOT AND HARPER HAVE FOUND A NEW HOME!

To enquire about Dermot and Harper or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]

Barney

BARNEY

Barney was found in the Camberwell area by a member of the public. They put up loads of posters but sadly no one has responded to claim Barney as their cat.

He therefore seeks a new home. He is approx 5 months old. We would like to pair him up with another kitten of a similar age if possible or home him where there are cats present in the home.

He is yet to be tested with children, but we feel he may be best in a home with older children or an adult only home.


To enquire about Barney or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Freya

FREYA

Freya was brought in for rehoming as she her previous owner had been hitting her for refusing to go outside to go to the toilet.

She may have been fearful of other cats in area, meaning she felt insecure to go outside.

However we feel it would be nice if she had a garden as an option if she wants to go out.


Because of her ordeal she will need to be given time to trust new people. However she is very sweet natured and deserves a loving home.


To enquire about Freya or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]



Tinker

TINKER

Tinker was brought in as a stray. He had a microchip so we proceeded to contact his owners.

However after many attempts via phone, letter, and email we have had no response to collect Tinker. He is therefore seeking a new home.

He is approx 9 years old.

He would like an adult only home with a garden.

To enquire about Tinker or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]

Rowena and Tiana

ROWENA, TIANA, ARIEL AND AUGUSTA

Friendly mother cat and her three kittens who are currently being fostered by Katy.


Rowena and Tiana are seeking a new home together. Ariel and Augusta are seeking a new home together.
Ariel and Augusta

To enquire about Rowena, Tiana or Ariel and Augusta or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Brandy and Yoda

BRANDY, YODA, BIBI AND MISHA

Brandy and her three daughters were rescued as strays in Deptford. Someone had moved and left Brandy behind 6 months previously. Concerned locals put food out for her but dodn't realise that she wasn't neutered and inevitably Brandy got pregnant and then gave birth to three kittens.

They have been cared for in a foster home but are now back in the rescue centre. This family are seeking new homes in pairs.

Their foster carer gave us the following info: "We named the kittens Yoda, Misha and Bibi and before they went back to Celia Hammond Misha and Yoda seem to get on very well while Bibi tends to follow Mum a lot, so if they were to be split into pairs we would suggest that Bibi and mom go together. This is of course, based on how they were getting on before they left us last week.

Mom is very gentle and loves attention and petting.
Bibi can be shy but also enjoys attention, she was definitely becoming more adventurous in her last week with us. Misha is full of energy and curiosity but also loves to spend time with people and is very affectionate. Yoda is very sweet and tends to be the calm kitten who gets on with everyone. She is also the shortest haired of the lot for now...
I hope this helps! We got really attached to Misha - she was loads of fun and very sweet."
Misha and Bibi To enquire about Brandy and her kittens or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Diarmaid Jnr

DIARMAID JNR 26TH AUGUST: HOMED!

15th July: A friendly young male cat who was given up because his owners were having a baby, so they no longer wanted him.

UPDATE 26TH AUGUST: GOOD NEWS DIARMAID JNR HAS FOUND A NEW HOME!

To enquire about Diarmaid Jnr or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Violet and kittens

THE "HERBIBABIES" Violet (mum) and kittens Sage, Sir Basil, Lady Rosemary and Dill

Sage and Sir Basil
UPDATE 21ST JULY: GOOD NEWS LADY ROSEMARY (Tortie) and Dill (Ginger) HAVE FOUND A NEW HOME!


To enquire about Violet (mum) Sage and Sir Basil or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Fostered kittens

22nd July: Fostered Kittens 26TH AUGUST: HOMED!

Kathy who fosters our orphaned kittens currently has 10 kittens plus one mother cat in her care, all needing new homes.


Having been at least partially handreared they are all super friendly and most consider Kathy to be their mum, however the time always comes for them to move onto permanent new homes so that Kathy can foster more needy kittens.


Here are a group of four who are seeking new homes in pairs...
More of Kathy's foster kittens.... More of Kathy's fostered kittens.....

UPDATE 26TH AUGUST: GOOD NEWS THESE KITTENS HAVE ALL NOW FOUND NEW HOMES!


To enquire about Kathy's foster kittens or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Brittany and Celine

BRITTANY AND CELINE AND MUM - MARIAH

Very laidback, friendly tabby mum and her two 8 week old daughters - ideally seeking a new home all together, as they really love each other!


This stray mother cat took her kittens into the home of the elderly man who was feeding her and put them in his shower room. He called us to come and collect them.

They are a truly adorable young family!
Mariah, Celine and Brittany

To enquire about Mariah, Celine and Brittany or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Beany and Bramble

BEANY AND BRAMBLE

22nd July: Mum and kitten seeking a new home together.....


More info to follow soon....





To enquire about Beany and Bramble or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Nialla

NIALLA

3rd August: Nialla was found abandoned in a cat carrier under a bench in Deptford. There was another cat in the basket with her.

They were both in poor condition and both had very bad teeth. Sadly Nialla's friend was very unwell and could not be saved.

Nialla is a shy female cat around 10 years old. We have carried out dental work and she has recovered well.

She is seeking a caring adult home.



To enquire about Nialla or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Missy and Spatz

MISSY AND SPATZ

29th July: Missy (mother) and Spats (son) are currently being fostered by Alan and Sonia and are seeking a new home together.


"Missy is approx a year old , she was abandoned when pregnant and was found with her kittens. Missy and her son "Spatz" who is now 10 weeks are still seeking a new home. “Spats “ is very cute, he has 4 white paws and into everything he loves climbing up high, he adores playing with water, both chirp away but his is more of a squeal at the moment ,both love to be stroked and are friendly, won’t jump on laps, but happy to jump on anything else! "

To enquire about Missy and Spatz or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Cadbury and Tim

CADBURY AND TIM

These two kittens are seeking a new home together.


To enquire about Cadbury and Tim or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Midnight

MIDNIGHT

Midnight is an adorable, affectionate and playful little cat.

Midnight is not keen on other cats but loves human contact. She would like a home with a garden where she can be the only cat.


To enquire about Midnight or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]



Meg, Rex and Dexter

MEG AND KITTENS

30th July: Meg and kittens are currently being fostered by Caitlin and are ready for new homes in pairs.

"Meg and her 5 kittens who were 4 weeks old were brought to us after it became apparent that they were not being looked after in their current home and were in danger from a dog who was known to have previously killed a cat living in the house a year ago. When they arrived, Meg was extremely skinny and the kittens were very nervous, hissing and shying away at any sudden sound or movement. We also noticed that if we went to step near Meg she would flinch as if she thought she was going to be kicked and did not purr at all even when being stroked."


PHOTO: Meg, Rex and Dexter
Flossy and Inka "The kittens very quickly got used to us, becoming very friendly within days and love human attention (all 5 will squeeze up for a space on my lap together whenever I sit down). With a bit of work, Meg has become much more confident and will come over and nudge you for a stroke and has just started to purr. She is a very vocal cat meaning it's very easy to understand what she needs and will respond to you if you speak to her!! She also uses her voice a lot to communicate with the kittens and is extremely attentive to them although she also let's them know who's boss and isn't afraid to pin one down if she decides it hasn't cleaned itself thoroughly enough!

Our lovely mummy cat and 5 foster kittens will be ready to go from 26/07/2014. "

PHOTO: Flossy and Inka

To enquire about Flossy and Inka or to find out about other animals at Lewisham, please telephone 0208 694 6545 or send CHAT an email to lewisham@celiahammond.org [Please include a contact phone number]
Emily and Matthew

EMILY AND MATTHEW

Emily and Matthew are 18 months old and are brother and sister.

They were rehomed by CHAT a year ago but unfortunately their owners had to return them as a grandchild who is allergic to cats had to move in with them. They were very upset to have to bring Emily and Matthew back but the childs allergies are severe and they had no choice.

Originally Emily and Matthew were rescued from an elderly man who had taken in a couple of strays and ended up with 25 cats and kittens in his home!

Emily and Matthew are a little shy and are used to an adult home so would be best suited to a calm adult home again. They are seeking a new home together. They have been in an indoor only home so far so could be rehomed to an indoor home or to a home with a garden in a safe location.

To enquire about Emily and Matthew please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is on.
Isla

ISLA

Isla (black/white) is a friendly middle aged cat who was left behind when her owners moved away. She is very laidback and seems fine with other cats.



To enquire about Isla please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is o
Zac, Zena and Florence

ZAC, ZENA AND FLORENCE

Tessa's kittens - see above.

These three kittens and their mother were living stray after they were abandoned on a housing estate.

Unfortunately their mother has become quite aggressive to them so we are homing her separately to her kittens.


They are either seeking a new home as a trio or a pair and the third to be homed with another kitten.

UPDATE 16th August : Two of these kittens, Florence and Zac have found a new home (Tabby and black. Zena has been paired up with Sailor a tabby/white male. New photo to follow soon.

To enquire about Zac, Zena and Florence please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is on.
Annie and Jasmine

ANNIE AND JASMINE

Annie and Jasmine are very pretty young female cats - approx 2 years old.

They were originally rescued from a home where there were 32 unneutered cats living in filthy conditions.

Sadly Annie and Jasmine have been homed and returned to us twice. Their new owners have had problems with Annie and Jasmine being dirty in the house and not always using their litter trays.

The initial cause of the problem would have been the dirty conditions in which their original owner kept them in as he didn't provide sufficient litter trays and the cats used to go to the toilet anywhere. This is a situation that we commonly deal with though and usually because most cats are naturally clean and once provided with sufficient, regularly cleaned litter trays they soon get used to using litter trays properly again.

This is obviously now a problem in terms of homing them again. Ideally they now need a home where they can't cause any damage. An outdoor home would be harsh on them but perhaps a home where they would be confined to a large kitchen and utility area with cat flap access to a garden?

To enquire about Annie and Jasmine please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is on.

Jensen and Justin

JUSTIN AND JENSEN - SEEKING AN INDOOR ONLY HOME

URGENT APPEAL FOR A HOME OR FOSTER HOME FOR JENSEN AND JUSTIN...

These two have been in a foster home for the last two weeks but their fosterers landlord has unexpectedly announced building work commencing next week affecting her flat which will make keeping the cats there impossible.

Justin and Jensen were rehomed by CHAT as kittens but sadly have recently been returned to us aged 14 years when their owners moved abroad and couldn't take them with them.

They have always lived as indoor only cats since they were adopted at 8 weeks old.

Their original owner told us that: "Both are quite shy with strangers and easily frightened by loud and sudden noises but friendly once they get to know you.

Justin is a very gentle, affectionate and clean cat, he enjoys having his head and neck massaged. only. Justin is also very agile and likes to sprint around the house at knots.

Jensen is also a very gentle, affectionate cat. He is very talkative and will hold a good conversation.
Jensen is quite the hunter and loves to chase Justin around the house and lay and wait to trap him.

Justin and Jensen are brothers and love each other very much."

They are seeking an indoor only home or temporary foster home.

The Lewisham Branch rescue centre is completely full hence we are appealing for help in finding either a permanent indoor only home but otherwise a suitable foster home for these two sensitive cats who are bewildered at losing their original owner.

If you might be able to help please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is on.

Joss and Tinky

TINKY AND JOSS

3rd August: Recent arrivals:
Tinky and Joss have come into our care with Bibi and Whitefoot (see below) because their owner was moving abroad and couldn't take them with her.


Tinky (on right in photo) was originally a stray that her owner took in 10 years ago. Tinky wasn't neutered and then had a litter of kittens.

Joss is Tinky's daughter and is 10 years old. Tinky and Joss are seeking a new home together.

Both have just had some dental work carried out. Tinky also has an over active thyroid gland for which she is now on medication. Once her thyroid levels have stabilised our vets will operate to remove the over active side of her thyroid gland so that she won't need to remain on medication long term.

Tinky and Joss are both feeling quite anxious at the moment and are seeking a caring, understanding adult home with a garden.

To enquire about Tinky and Joss please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is on.

Bibi and Whitefoot

BIBI AND WHITEFOOT

Bibi and Whitefoot have come in from the same home as Tinky and Joss (above) because their owner was moving abroad and couldn't take them with her.


Bibi (black male) is 10 years old and is Tinky's son and Whitefoot is 9 years old and is Joss's daughter. (All four cats are now neutered)

Bibi and Whitefoot are very close to each other.

Bibi is the friendliest of the four cats and although still feeling overwhelmed by losing their home enjoys a stroke and purrs in response. Whitefoot is the shiest of the four cats.

Bibi and Whitefoot are seeking a kind adult home with a garden.

To enquire about Bibi and Whitefoot please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is on.
Michelle and Mogun

MICHELLE, MOGUN, TWINKLE AND CASSIUS


Michelle, Mogun, Twinkle and Cassius are friendly 10 week old kittens seeking homes in pairs.
Twinkle and Cassius
UPDATE 26TH AUGUST: Both black/white kittens have now found a new home.


To enquire about Michelle, Mogun, Twinkle and Cassius please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is on.
Rosemary

ROSEMARY, HERBIE AND DILL

A quiet but friendly 3 year old mother cat and her two slightly shy but friendly two year old son's.


Seeking an adult home together with a garden.
Herbie and Dill
To enquire about Rosemary, Herbie and Dill please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is on.
Mascapone

MASCAPONE - seeking a special indoor only home 26TH AUGUST: HOMED!

3rd August: New Arrival: Mascapone was found hungry and distressed in a Brockley garden.


She is a young cat and is blind our vets think she was probably born blind.


She must have had an owner fairly recently because she could not have survived long as a stray but she was very thin when she arrived with us.
Mascapone
Although she can't see she is a happy cat and can get around and enjoys playing with toys. The photos here show her playing with a ball that has a bell inside it.


Unless her owner comes forward Marscapone will be seeking a safe indoor home.

UPDATE 26TH AUGUST: GOOD NEWS MASCAPONE HAS FOUND A NEW HOME!


To enquire about Marscapone please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is on
Peli

PELI

3rd August: New Arrival: More info to follow soon.....



To enquire about Peli please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is o
Rufus

RUFUS

Rufus was rehomed by CHAT previously but unfortunately his owners have moved to Australia and haven't been able to take Rufus with them.


Rufus is now 12 years old. He is a very friendly cat with people but doesn't seem too keen on other cats so is seeking a new home where he can be the only cat in the household.


To enquire about Rufus please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is o
Tigger and Fluffy

TIGGER AND FLUFFY

A pair of shy three year old cats.

Sister and Brother these two were homed by CHAT as kittens but their owner has moved abroad for work and couldn't take them with her so they are in need of a new home.

They require a quiet adult home, they are very homely cats and enjoy being indoors a lot.


To enquire about Tigger and Fluffy please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is o
Russo and Marley

RUSSO, MARLEY, OSCAR AND BONSAI


19th August: Jessica is fostering these four playful kittens and their mother for us.

Mum cat is probably going back to her owner once her kittens are weaned and she has been neutered.

Hence these four brother are looking for new homes in pairs.


They are full of life. They love to play fight and have their stomach’s tickled!
Oscar and Bonsai To enquire about Oscar and Bonsai please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is on.
Rose and Kalisi

ROSE, KALISI, ARYA, POUNCE, HODOR AND TYRION

Rose and her 5 beautiful kittens are being fostered by Debbie.

Rose who we have been calling Sansa, is a gentle affectionate cat but quite wary, so would suit a calm adult home with gentle owners. She loves attention and cuddles but is quite easily spooked, she has come out her shell so much in the past couple of weeks and I am sure she will continue gaining confidence.


The kittens are all very confident and cheeky. I think they had been named but here is a little on their characters.


Kalisi is the full tabby, the biggest of the kittens and the boss. She is totally beautiful, bold and cheeky. The first to charge the door in the mornings.


This family are seeking new homes in pairs.
Pounce and Arya Arya is the black and white girl with white mouth. She is a gentle sweet kitten. She loves to play and explore.


Pounce is the black and white boy with white nose. He is absolutely gorgeous and very confident and playful. He also loves to climb on you for a cuddle and a snooze.
Hodor and Tyrion Hodor is the fluffy white and tabby. Total cute over load. A sweet softy who loves to play, stare into space and snuggle on your lap.

Tyrion is the tiniest, tabby with white socks and nose. He is the snuggliest sweetest boy, the first over for a cuddle.


To enquire about Rose and her kittens please email lewisham@celiahammond.org or tel 0208 694 6545 - please leave message if answer machine is on.

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