Adopting Cats, Dogs and other Small Pets
The Dogs, cats and other pets advertised for adoption here and elsewhere on this site may have been advertised by private individuals or Pet Rescue or Pet Welfare organisations. In each case, the current owners-keepers will have their own procedure for adoption. Please remember that in the majority of cases, adoption enquiries are not handled by telephone, and may require a certain amount of form filling and a house visit. If you are interested in adopting a dog, cat or other small pet, you will generally need to make an appointment to view the animal.
Adoptable Cats, Missy, Bury St Edmunds
Information about Missy
Missy is a mystery cat. She was abandoned at the Sanctuary on the drive in a box. She had been neutered by her previous owner and we’re guessing that she’s about three years old. When we first put her in a pen she seemed very amenable but then she turned into a bit of a madam. We have now put her in the Compound with the other long stay cats and she is improving with more space, (particularly if you bribe her with treats!). She can be very affectionate with people she trusts but she will probably always be a cat who will be fine as long as she gets her own way. So she will need an experienced owner or someone who is very patient.