Sandy & Nala

Sandy & Nala
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Age (Years)  2
Year Of Birth  2020
Sex  Female
Weight (Kgs)  3 kg
Good With Children?  Yes
Good With Cats?  Yes, they love to play with all cats at the boarding place
Good With Dogs  Yes
Temperament  Lovely and cuddly
Neutered  Yes
Vaccinated  Yes
Microchipped  Yes

This is the story of two sisters we rescued from the street near our shelter. At only 8 months old, these girls already knew what life on the streets meant. They only knew hardship and life lacking love and kindness. 

One of the girls has a massive open wound on the stomach which was treated for a long time. The other one, still a kitten herself was carrying around her dead kitten.

Although a dog shelter, we knew we had to save them and take them in. 

Since they were rescued the girls have lived in a cat boarding house where they managed to recover. But their life came down to only being fed and occasionally played with. 

These cuddly girls were overlooked by every visitor and after two years of living in essentially a prison, they have a chance to travel to a foster home in the UK and have the lives they deserve!


Should You Adopt a Cat?

When considering adopting a cat from our shelter, you need to know more than how to adopt a cat; you need to know if it's a good idea to begin with.  While they're adorable, cats require work, time, and money, just like any other pet. 

Take the following into account when deciding if a cat is the right pet for you:

Time Commitment:  While cats are generally more low maintenance with dogs, they still need to be fed, have their litter boxes cleaned, brushed, and played with.  Some cats are more sociable than others and will want more of your time and attention, or could even benefit from another cat friend.  It's important to be realistic about the time you have when considering adopting a cat from our shelter.

Space:  Litter boxes take up space and ideally, you should have one for each cat you have, plus one extra.  Cats also like vertigo spaces and furniture like cat trees or scratching posts, can give them appropriate places to take out some of their natural urges.                

Environment:  While you need to take a dog out, keeping a cat indoors will provide the safe environment for your pet.  Keeping your cat indoors helps your pet avoid toxins, other animals, getting lost or otherwise injured.                

Budget:  Cats can live for decades, and will require food, toys, litter, and veterinary care that whole time.  Make sure to factor their long term needs into your regular budget.            

Future:  As previously mentioned. cats can have a long lifespan.  They could join you in college and be there while you raise your kids.  Keep in mind any future desires or plans, and make sure a cat fits that vision.       

If you would like to adopt this cat, please complete the adoption application form here

If you would just like to ask a question about this cat, please contact us here.

Either way, we will be very happy to hear from you.

Alternatively, Fosterers are always wanted. If you feel you could help in the short term to foster one of ours cats, please complete the foster application form here.

Thank you.

Adopting from our shelter is probably easier than you think. Just like our dogs, before their adoption all of the cats in our care are are vaccinated, microchipped, treated for worms and fleas, and have their own passports. To help defer those costs, we ask for a donation fee of 400 Euros (approx £345) which includes adoption fee and transportation costs. As the transport costs do vary, we can help with fundraising for these costs if necessary.