Update 8 June 2019: Fynn is settled in his new home. You may have noticed that Ailbhe and kits used the room as an additional play space for a couple of weeks. Now Jette has moved in .. she's very pregnant .. hence the cot waiting in the corner.
Update 29 April 2019: mum and kits have moved into the bigger rescue room .. since there's 8 of them! ... and Fynn has arrived yesterday. Mostly at the moment he's hiding on shelves out of view .. but hopefully will be confident enough to be seen around soon.
Update 20 April 2019: Howard is packing his bags to go to a foster home, and we have mum and 7 kittens moved in.
Update 10 February: Skye went to her new home yesterday and today Howard arrived. He's an older chap with a very sore foot, who has been living rough for some time.
Update 30 January: Cloe is settling a comfy foster home which is more suitable for an older puss. Skye has moved in. As her name suggests, she likes to be high up, possibly above the camera. See if you can spot her in her igloo though, or watching the world go by on the window sill.
Update 20 December: Bulan & Bintang have gone off to their new home and Cloe has moved in. Cloe is an older lady who had been living rough for a while.
Update 23 November: We've been off line for a little while due to internet connection problems. Back now and here's Bulan & Bintang - lovely sister and brother (we assume), been living in a garden over the summer. They're only kittens .. less than a year old.
Update 29 September 2018: Stanlie has gone to a foster home and Merlin has just moved in.
Update 27 August 2018: Harold has gone to his new home today and the room is now occupied by Stanlie. Stanlie has been living rough for some time so its a bit of a shock for him to find himself indoors.
Update 16 August 2018: New occupant Harold is a gorgeous purry young man.
Update 5 June 2018: Mum and kits ... arrived this evening. Kittens are about 5 days old and in the large cardboard box. You'll probably not see much of them just yet.
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