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Bentley and Babes were trapped as part of a large colony of cats who were living on waste ground on the streets of Birmingham, it was no place for cats to live amongst rubbish and they were producing more and more kittens. Now safely with us and more than ready to find a much more suitable residence where they wont go hungry again, can have shelter provided and in return will earn their keep by keeping rodents away.

These two cats are semi feral, so they are used to having a feeder and although really scared and dont want to be touched or approached they will come within a couple of feet to be fed once fully settled. They are looking for a lovely rural home, smallholding or stables where they can be provided with somewhere warm and dry to sleep and be fed daily. You will need to have somewhere where they can be completely secure for the first few weeks whilst they settle in prior to release.

They are eating really well, both wet and dry food and are really clean with the litter tray.

Being fostered in Swadlincote, they can be rehomed further afield but we prefer to bring our feral cats to their new homes so there is no risk of escape so we wouldn't be able to rehomed hours away. There is no fixed donation for our feral cats but remember we rely on donations to keep going and their treatment received hasn't come for free. We are looking for a safe location for them well away from any busy or fast roads.

If you can offer this pair of beauties the rural retreat that they need please email us telling us all about your home offer and contact details to  

wonkypetsrescue@gmail.com