Three adorable boys are among the friendly felines looking for new homes at Chatteris Cats Protection.
The charity is once again appealing for help to find forever loving homes for some of its rescued animals.
Brothers Jack and Alwin arrived at the charity together and are both two-and-a-half years old – but they don’t need to be homed together.
Jack, a semi-long haired black and white cat, is described as a “big softie” who loves people and other cats.
He would prefer a home with older children and may be able to live with a dog that is used to cats.
Alwin is a friendly, short-haired black cat, who prefers an environment without cats, dogs and small children.
Marley is a very friendly boy with a semi-long haired black coat, which will require regular brushing. He is used to young children so could be homed with any family, although it is not known whether he gets on with other animals or not.
All of the cats at the charity are vaccinated, treated for fleas and worms and neutered (when old enough).
If you can help, or for more information, contact Chatteris Cats Protection on 03456 472 180 or visit: www.chatteris.cats.org.uk
You can also keep up to date with all the charity’s latest news, forthcoming events and new cats by liking its Facebook page – CatsProtectionChatterisStIves.