FERAL and GARDEN cats need homes

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FERAL and GARDEN cats need homes

Postby Jacqui Duly » Wed Jun 27, 2018 7:08 am

PCLT specialise in feral cats, with a purpose built enclosure with plenty of hiding places, outdoor run and a tree.

We NOW HAVE 7 waiting for homes SO unable to take in ANY more.

We advertise for homes in stables. Stables make purrfect homes for feral cats who need help with food, health and warmth but don't want their contact with humans to be too personal. Most of the people who respond to these adverts want to use a natural form of rat/mouse control in their stables without the cruel, unreliable alternatives, and, at the same time, they like the idea of having cats around - with their charming ways - and some stable cats actually end up being pretty friendly. And, the icing on the cake, the cats and horses get on very well. It is a match made in heaven.

They are neutered, micro-chipped, vet checked, wormed and de-fleed.
Every colour, temperament and style. Some even have names now!!

Would you like a garden cat that will let you touch maybe stroke them BUT just doesn't want to live inside. They will need a warm, dry and safe shelter and feeding.

See how funny they can be on their OWN video Inky playing with a bom bom: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1808596 ... 671268634/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1808596 ... 042923634/
https://www.facebook.com/Cheryl.Evans19 ... ater&ifg=1

ALSO REHOME TO:-smallholdings, garden centres, warehouses and farms. Why have one when you can have three.

PCLT will rehome to SOUTHERN ENGLAND with is:- Bedfordshire, West Sussex, East Sussex, Kent, Surrey, Greater London, Hertfordshire, Middlesex and Essex

Please call Terri on 07947664539 from Monday to SATURDAY, 9am to 6pm ONLY, NO texts
Shirkhan 18th Jan 18.jpg
NEW Feral 22nd June 18.jpg
Ferals in stables.jpg
Feral feast 11th Jan 18.jpg
Feral crush 9th Oct 17.jpg
Ferals 19th Oct 17.jpg
Feeding 8th Dec 17.jpg

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