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, Cleo, Bury St Edmunds
Information about Cleo
Cleo has been quite a challenge. She originally came in as a stray kitten from Stanton in 2012. We homed her and thought she was doing well but it turns out that she had problems “hitting the target area” with the litter trays from the start and by last May the situation had got so bad that we had to take her back. When she first came in she was using the trays perfectly for the first couple of weeks but then she got very constipated and after that she started doing hard “rabbit poos” randomly in the pen. She has had exhaustive tests at the vets which couldn’t find anything wrong but changing her food and adding a laxative (which we will pay for if we find a home for her) has fixed the problem. She is now four years old, she is quite nervous in new situations but she is very affectionate when she feels secure and we’d love there to be a happy ending for her.