North Clwyd Animal Rescue cats need homes forever
ANIMAL Rescues across Flintshire are looking for people to provide a forever home for these adorable animals.
North Clwyd Animal Rescue (NCAR) in Trelogan, near Holywell, cares for dozens of furry friends who are all looking for a family of their own – including cats, dogs and rabbits.
Under the Welsh government’s current lockdown measures, the center is open to outside visits, but these must be taken by appointment only using the NCAR’s online boking system.
The staff are keen to get in touch with people who think they might be the perfect pet owner as online adoptions continue.
To learn more about these animals and see their full line of pets for adoption, visit the NCAR website – https://ncar.org.uk/animals/.
Here are some of the cute cats currently waiting to be adopted …
Age: two years
Volunteers describe Lola as a “sweet and active girl”.
Her profile indicates that she arrived at the center after not getting along with the dog from her former home.
She is looking for a home where she can be the only pet and have all the attention on herself.
The team said: “Lola is a friendly girl who loves attention, she could be accommodated with sane children aged 8 and up.
“She’s looking for a house where she has access to a safe outdoor space to explore, because that’s what she was used to before.
“She is a very lively young girl who loves to play, and we are sure she will be a fun addition to the good house.”
Age: one year
NCAR staff say Sooty was born in a vacation home park and was socialized by a few residents.
Her profile continues: “She came to the rescue to find a loving home. She needs a quiet home because she can be shy until she gets to know you.
“Sooty would love an adults-only house as she has never been with children. She would like to be the only pet in the house.
“We are looking for a very quiet area from a traffic point of view as she is not at all used to vehicles as the vacation home has been closed due to COVID.”
If you have the time and patience to work with Sooty, she will reward you with her loving side.
Age: two years
Young Mylo ended up in NCAR after his owner’s situation changed
Volunteers say he previously lived in a very quiet house as a domestic cat – so after arriving at the center, he initially struggled to settle down and could be quite cranky.
They continue, “Now that he’s settled down he’s showing his flirty side – but sometimes he can get sick of the attention and will let you know.”
“People with cat experience and experience reading their body language are essential because he tries to communicate when he’s not happy about something. He is not used to other animals and therefore seeks to be the only pet in his next home.
“Even though he was a house cat before he arrived, we believe he has the potential to adapt to going out eventually as long as it’s a safe place away from busy roads.”
Mylo is looking for an adults only house as he has no experience with children.
This feline loves his toys and can be quite playful at times, and the volunteers are convinced that once he gets settled in a house he will be a great companion for someone.
Age: four months
Kitten Doodle was found by NCAR as a stray animal. The volunteers describe her as “a very nice young girl with a lot of energy”.
Next: “She will have to be confined in the house until she uses her litter boxes well, then more rooms can be opened so that she can run.”
“She could go to a house with children over ten. She would like to be the only pet in the house.
“We want her to have a garden to venture into after settling in the house, away from any busy road.
Age: eight years old
Volunteers say Phoenix has always been a house cat, so his ideal home is a place he doesn’t go out.
The addition: “He must be the only pet in the house.” We are looking for an adults only house for him.
“He’s a loving boy, but he needs time to get to know you first.”
Age: two years
Louis is described as a ‘daring’ and ‘affectionate’ cat – but it can be on his terms.
The NCAR team writes: “Louis would like a house with a garden and no busy roads.
“We are looking for a rural house for him because in his old house he was well known to visit all the neighbors.”
They add that he could go to a house with “a savvy dog” and “older, sane teens.”
They continue: “If you could afford this young boy living in a rural house, please fill out an adoption application form which is on our website. We will give you a ring if we think you would be suitable. ”
Brownie was brought in to the rescue after a change of circumstances for his former owners.
The team says, “We are looking for an adult home for him. He came to our house very tangled, so we are looking for someone who is used to looking after a long haired cat and has the time and patience to do so.
“He has a charming temperament and loves stories. It needs a garden away from busy or fast roads.