My name is Jubilee and I am gorgeous 2 year old grey female and this is my best friend Jaydon who is a 5 year old ginger male. We arrived at The Centre in April 2017 after our owners were moving house and could not take us with them. Jaydon has a condition called Cerebellum, this means that when he was born the part of his brain that controls motor skills and coordination was under developed. You may see this because he can appear to be a bit wobbly, he’s not great at grooming himself and he can seem a little nervous when you first meet him. But his Cerebellum is not too bad and it cannot get any worse throughout his life. I am a really friendly and affectionate girl that loves lots of fuss and Jaydon although a bit shyer is really sweet and loves a stroke too. We would love to find our forever home together as we get on really well and I look out for him. Jaydon needs a calm home, not with young children but where we can both get lots of love. If you think you may be able to offer us a home together please call The Cat & Rabbit Rescue Centre on 01243 641409, email firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our website www.crrc.co.uk for more info.
Jaydon and Jubilee featured in Pete’s column in January 2018
WHAT HAPPENED NEXT?
Jaydon and Jubilee were with us at The Centre for 9 months but have now found their forever home. Jaydon had cerebellum means that when he was born the part of his brain that controls motor skills and co-ordination was undeveloped meaning he was wobbly when he walked. He was a little bit shy but his best friend Jubilee was very outgoing and they wanted to be rehomed together. In January they finally found their forever home. They have settled in brilliantly well and are much loved by their new owner, Jubilee has been venturing outside into the garden and Jaydon has been jumping up onto the bed to have cuddles with his new owner.