Hey there everyone!! My name is Km157-16 and I am a very handsome fluffy black boy and this here with me is my brother, he is called Km159-16 and he is a gorgeous black and white boy. We were only one month old when we arrived here at The Centre on the 13th August 2016 with our mum. We had all been living as strays, then one day a nice lady found us all in her shed and brought us here to be looked after. Our mum has long been re-homed but here we are 7 months later still waiting for somebody to choose us and offer us our forever home. We are both such lovely boys, we are a bit nervous of people, my brother a little more so than me, but I’m sure you can understand that as we didn’t have any interaction with you humans for the first month of our lives. We are slowly growing to trust you though, and we especially like you when you bring us food, that’s our favourite part about you. We are both very playful boys and like it when the staff here play with us, that’s another thing about you that we like, see we are starting to realise that you’re not so bad. So if you think that you could offer us a loving home, and are willing to be patient with us whilst we settle in and get to know you, oh and of course if you have lots of food for us, then please do consider us. We would be best suited to a calm, quiet home with older or no children. For further information visit our website www.crrc.co.uk
These kittens featured in Pete’s column in April 2017.
WHAT HAPPENED NEXT?
These two black kittens were rehomed in April this year after being at the Centre for 8 months. They were adopted by a lady who has often taken nervous cats from us and they have settled into their new home beautifully, they are very affectionate and have made friends with the other cats and are enjoying exploring the outside world.