Please help Acorn Cat Rescue find a home for LIZZIE (f) and LEO (m)- born April 2017
Can be adopted together or separately.
LIZZIE has been waiting far too long for her home! She’s a superb all-rounder who gets on really well with other cats and who also loves people.
She’s a beautiful girl who will add warmth and love to your home, so please get in touch if you’d like to adopt her.
LEO is Lizzie’s brother and he’s equally gorgeous and has also been waiting a long time! He has soft, long apricot and white fur and he loves to lie in the sun and show it off! He’s a little bit more shy than Lizzie and is a sweet, gentle boy.
Lizzie and Leo are based in 24400 Eglise Neuve D’Issac. They are chipped, de-parasited and fully vaccinated and Leo is sterilised. You will be expected to sterilise Lizzie post-adoption when she reaches the appropriate age. Please contact Lynda on 05 53 81 30 44 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please help us find a home for beautiful MERLINA (f) – born mid-June 2017
Merlina had a bad start in life. As one of France’s many unwanted kittens, she was scheduled to be put to sleep as she was deemed savage! There is nothing wild about Merlina, we can assure you! She was definitely scared when she arrived with us but has come out of her shell nicely and is developing into a sweet girl who now understands that it’s nice to be around humans.
She’s quiet and unassuming, getting on well with the other cats and enjoying human affection.
Merlina is chipped, de-parasited and fully vaccinated. You will be expected to sterilise her post-adoption. She is based in 24400 Eglise Neuve D’Issac. Please contact Lynda on 05 53 81 30 44 or email@example.com
Please help us find a home for beautiful HANNAH (f) – born May 2017
Hannah is the only kitten from her litter who hasn’t found a home. Unusually so, given what a beautiful, nice-natured girl she is.
Hannah was taken to the vet to be euthanised and luckily for her, the vet contacted us.
You’d never believe she had a bad start. Hannah is a real little busy-body (typical girl, maybe!) who is chatty and lively. She gets on well with other cats and humans and would really like her own person or people to make a fuss of her.
She is chipped, de-parasited and fully vaccinated. You will be expected to sterilise her post-adoption. Please contact Lynda on 05 53 81 30 44 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FLORENCE – female cat born April 2017
If you are looking for the perfect cat and a new best friend, then we can’t recommend anyone more highly than Florence. She’s a pretty little kitty who is turning into a lovely lady.
Her foster mum says she is “simply wonderful” – she’s friendly, curious, mischievous, playful and very beautiful. She’d make a perfect companion as the shorter days draw in and we just know she would love to be purring next to your warm fire this winter!
Her background is like many others; she was taken into the vets to be put to sleep! We’re SO glad that didn’t happen.
Florence is microchipped, fully vaccinated and de-parasited. Her adopter will be expected to have her sterilised post-adoption. Florence is in 24400 Eglise Neuve D’Issac.
Please contact Lynda on email@example.com or on 05 53 81 30 44
NANCY & NINA – 2 sweet sisters need homes.
These two pretty girls had a horrible start; found in a dreadful state, they were taken to the vets to be euthanised. Acorn Cat Rescue were lucky to be given the opportunity to save them.
Since being at Acorn, they have transformed into beautiful girls who are playful and confident with both other cats and humans.
They’d make a lovely pair but can also be adopted separately. We just want to see them in good homes where they will be happy and loved.
Nancy and Nina are based in 24400 Eglise Neuve D’Issac. They are chipped, de-parasited and first vaccinated and you will be expected to sterilise them post-adoption. Please contact Lynda on 05 53 81 30 44 or firstname.lastname@example.org
JEMIMA – 2 year old female cat.
Special and understanding home needed.
Jemima is a beautiful cat but we will be honest and say that she has presented somewhat of a challenge to Acorn Cat Rescue. We first met her when we responded to a call from a friend whose vet had been presented with a homeless Jemima needing an urgent solution.
With nobody having any idea of her background, we asked if she got along with other cats as if not, this would present a problem to us as we have limited space and shared pens.
Having been assured she was sociable with felines, we were pleased when Jemima got on fine with a former pen-mate at Acorn. However, when she moved into a lovely foster home, our hearts sank when she turned on the cats there! She can also be a little feisty with humans, although these incidents are lessening, and definitely wants affection on her terms only! Nonetheless, who knows that she has been through and we know she deserves a good home as much as anybody else.
So, we really do need a solution for Jemima. An ideal home for her would be:
– free of other animals.
– child free.
– with an experienced owner who will allow her to socialise at her own pace.
– one in which she is free to be outdoors.
Jemima loves to explore but also loves to retreat to indoor space when it’s cold and to have human interaction.
If you think you can help, please contact us on email@example.com or 05 53 81 30 44. Jemima is based in 24320 Lusignac.
In consideration of a perfect home, no adoption fee will apply. Jemima is sterilised, fully vaccinated and de-parasited.
OREO (male) – our precious little cookie needs a furrever home!
Looking at this lovely face, it’s impossible to understand why anyone could possibly think about killing him but that is what nearly happened. Thankfully Acorn responded to the threat with the help of a concerned cat lover and now this precious boy is safe and happy.
He came into Acorn with his brother Orlando who was quickly adopted.
Oreo is a truly scrumptious sweetie who is curious and playful. If you meet him, one look at that face and we know you will fall in love with him, so come and see him if you dare! He’s at Acorn HQ in 24400 Eglise Neuve D’Issac.
Oreo is chipped, de-parasited and first vaccinated and you will be expected to sterilise him post-adoption. Please contact Lynda on 05 53 81 30 44 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For details of other cats and kittens waiting for homes, visit www.associationacorn.com or please Like our Facebook page: Acorn Cat Rescue.
WILLIAM (male), WINSTON (m) and WILLOW (f) – born early May 2017
At Acorn Cat Rescue we refer to these three as The Sunshine Kids because they appear to be permanently bathed in sunlight due to the warm, golden and amber tones of their fur, with eyes to match. Tabbies with a twist!
They were born to a stray cat and cared for by a family who have now happily adopted their mum who has since been sterilised.
If you need some sunshine in your life, don’t hesitate in adopting one of these radiant beauties. All three are happy, confident and playful with other cats and humans alike.
They are based in 24400 Eglise Neuve D’Issac and will be chipped, de-parasited and first vaccinated upon adoption. You will be expected to sterilise them post-adoption. Please contact Lynda on 05 53 81 30 44 or email@example.com
Acorn Cat Rescue seeks homes for DICKIE (male) and DOLLY (female) born late May 2017.
Dickie and Dolly were absolutely tiny when they came to Acorn. We had saved them from euthanasia and as they were so young, they needed bottle feeding every few hours, day and night.
When they learnt to eat solid food, it make the whites of their fur go a terrible yellow colour as they got the food ALL over their faces and bodies!
Thankfully they’ve progressed to only eating the food now, rather than smearing it, so we managed to take some better photos!
DICKIE is quite happy playing with his siblings but is otherwise in his own little world, happy to entertain himself. Fun fact: he likes to play with his feet! (we do get ‘em at Acorn. Maybe it’s the water).
DOLLY is by nature as she is name – delicate and very cute. A real girlie girl.
They will be ready to go to new homes at the end of July and will be chipped, de-parasited and first vaccinated upon adoption. You will be expected to sterilise them post-adoption. They are in 24400 Eglise Neuve D’Issac. Please contact Lynda on 05 53 81 30 44 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To see more cats for adoption and to find out about our work, visit Acorn Cat Rescue