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 I am 9 months old.
 I am a neutered female.
 I can live with children.
 I cannot live with dogs.
 I can live with another cat.
 I need a home with a garden.

 

Fauna is a sweet girl looking for a new home after being found crying in a garden. With the risk of foxes in the area, she was brought into us to help track down an owner. Unfortunately, no owner could be found or came forward, so Fauna is now up for adoption. 

Fauna is a cuddle bug; she loves to climb on your shoulders and turn you into her own mini catwalk. She is a very friendly girl who gets along with everyone, whether that’s other cats or when meeting people. Fauna is very playful so if she joins a new home with an existing cat, they need to be on board with some wrestling! She has shared a pen with a few cats who have since been adopted. Now it’s just her and Inky - they can be homed together as a pair or by themselves.

 

Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name, address and contact phone number.  

Our cats are rescues, that have either been abandoned, stray, neglected or abused. All homes need to have a home check either by video call or in person and we will provide advice about caring for cats or kittens. This is also a chance for us to see what type of home you can offer to one of our cats and to best match a cat with your home and family.  

Following a successful home visit, we will make an appointment for you to come and meet the cats at the shelter and adopt. If you have picked cat/s from the website, you will meet them on adoption day. 

We are prioritising homes that are local to our centre and these are the Canning Town catchment areas: East London, parts of North London and parts of West Essex.

If you can offer a home to a harder to home cat, we will consider a home outside these areas.  

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