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, Tuttie & Fruittie, Greenwich
Information about Tuttie & Fruittie
Yes, Tutti and Fruiti are two cats, mother and daughter. Tuttie is the young mother and Fruittie is her 5 month old daughter. Both are now neutered, chipped, vaccinated etc, having been taken into care after being abandoned outside a veterinary surgery. Stunning, brightly coloured torties, they look like more like twins than mother and daughter.
They are both friendly and sweet, though quite shy and tentative in new environments and with people they do not know. In recent weeks Tutti has become increasingly outgoing with our volunteers, but both remain shy and in need of one person that they can bond with and learn to trust over a number of weeks. For Frutti in particular this shyness is due to being abandoned so young.
Despite their shyness they are both extremely playful – chasing balls, toys and pretty much anything that moves – and they also love to eat! Despite the initial shyness, they are obviously very different cats, and with a little time and a lot of love, their full personalities will soon emerge.
Tutti and Fruiti will need to be adopted as a pair – they’ve been through a lot together and have become quite dependent on each other as a result. A garden in a quiet, suburban neighbourhood would be just what these two young girls need.