Hello it’s me again your out and abouter reporter for the Cat and Rabbit Rescue Centre Hulky Bear. I have been so busy this last month looking for the best places around the centre to catch up with my sun-bathing. I have to make sure I have the most comfortable spots first or my friends will take over. To keep my friends busy I have asked them to put together a photo board with a little bit about each of us so that when you visit us at the centre you can see who we are and why we live here. I put Lewis in charge. Not sure how good his photo skills are as long as I look handsome I don’t mind.
I have a some sad news my old friend Cookie passed away a few weeks ago she had been at the centre for 10 years she liked to relax in the barn with her friend Michael. We are all missing her, it was very sudden and unexpected.
I have a special ‘Save the Date’ message for you. I have come up with an idea to get you all involved and a chance to come and meet the team at the centre for a fun evening. I am arranging a Fashion Show on 15th of July. Planning is still in the early stages we hope to have a ‘Cat and Rabbit Next Top Model’ Yes I know it will be me but I have to pretend to give the others a chance don’t I? Next month I will update you with what is happening but please make a note of the date in your diary and I look forward to giving you details soon.
PS: We have a Viewing Day Saturday 27th May 12-2pm. Viewing days are non-appointment days so people thinking of adopting a cat can pop along. Otherwise we rehome 7 days a week by appointment only.
This May we would love you to meet 2 special boys KM157-16 a handsome fluffy black cat and KM159-16 gorgeous black and white cat (pictured). They are 7 months old now, arriving when they were only just one month old with their mum and brothers after being found as strays. Mum and the rest of the family have been re-homed but the brothers have been here over 6 months waiting for somebody to choose them. Both are such lovely boys, a little nervous of people. They are slowly growing to trust especially when it’s feeding time. Both are very playful boys and like to interact with us when we play with them. Never having lived in a loving home and not even seen a house we would love them to find someone that has the time to give them the confidence they need. If you think that you could offer them a loving home, and are willing to be patient whilst they settle in and get to know you then please do consider them. They would be best suited to a calm, quiet home with older or no children. If you think you can offer KM157-16 and KM159-16 the new home they so desperately deserve, please do not hesitate to contact us here at the Centre.