Mum Daisy was rescued after she gave birth to her five kittens in bushes in the grounds of a School. The family have been cared for in a foster home and are doing really well. They will be seeking new homes as three pairs.
"Mum Daisy is such a sweet girl, she’s very quiet and an amazing mum, she loves to look outside but loves nothing more than to have the top of her head tickled. Her kittens are doing so well, they are all super sweet and love a cuddle, here is a bit more detail on them all:
Vinnie (black and white, with a constant “it wasn’t me” look on his face) gives everything 100% effort, he’s always the first to explore anything new, tries his best to climb and jump, usually falls, but then gets straight back up and tries again - he then conks out with all of the effort and sleeps for a couple of hours.
Pablo (mainly black with white chest and feet) is the biggest of the kittens (and a big softy), he’s quite serious, sits and watches everything very intently, works out what’s going on and is then usually the first to succeed at anything new.
Archie (is a she - we are rookie fosterers and thought she was a boy and then any other name didn’t seem right!) has the absolute softest tabby fur and has a quiet confidence, she goes about her day quietly exploring and looking as though she has everything completely under control.
JoJo (black and white) is the smallest, but she can certainly look after herself, and gives as good as she gets when play fighting with the others, she’s also just working out how quick she is and flies out from under the sofa, taking everyone by surprise!
Mo (tabby) has the softest nature of them all and has a little worried expression, if there is a new noise, he shoots under the sofa and then comes tiptoeing out looking for a reassuring lick, stroke or cuddle.
Currently there aren’t any obvious pairings as they are all still cuddling up together, but our initial thoughts would be:
Daisy and Mo
Archie and Vinnie - HOMED!
Pablo and JoJo"
UPDATE 19th JUNE: Two pairs of kittens are now reserved so its just Daisy and one kitten left seeking a home together.
UPDATE 19th JULY: GOOD NEWS! Daisy and her last kitten are now being adopted by their foster carers.
or if you are unable to send a email please leave us a clear voicemail message including your contact phone no on 020 8694 6545 your message will be passed to our homing team. or come and visit us and our cats at our regular Open Days every Saturday and Sunday between 1p.m and 5p.m Please bring a donation of some cat food!!