Citikat: Give a cat a home

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MANY of the Citikats that come into the RSPCA have been abandoned by their owners and thrown out into the cold.

Most of them are in a shocked state at losing their home so abruptly.

Some can become mistrustful of humans, while others go to the opposite extreme and crave reassurance and affection constantly.

Either way, these cats need – and deserve – a stable and loving new home. If you can help, call 01908 611179.

> ALEX is a quiet and friendly young cat who was abandoned by the owners he thought he could trust. He needs a quiet home where he can feel loved

> PRINCE is four years old and was left behind when his owners moved away. He’s a very friendly and sociable cat who would settle in quickly with a >new family to make a fuss of him

> GROHL and GROBIN are two unusually named brothers who are very close. They would hate to be separated and need a home together. It must be quiet as Grobin is a little shy

> ARCHIE was in a very bad way when he came to the RSPCA. He had severe cat flu and a nasty eye infection. But’s he’s on the mend now and needs a fresh start in a new home

> ROSIE, pictured, was one of three unwanted young cats that came into the RSPCA together. She has buckets of confidence and would be ideal for a family