Could you grant dying wish?

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Janice Cupial was a cat lover and her feline friends were spoiled rotten.

They were groomed perfectly and enjoyed a culinary diet befiting of any pedigree puss.

When Janice was diagnosed with terminal cancer, her thoughts turned to her beloved animals, and who would care for them when she no longer could.

“She was a cat lover, they were her babies,” Janice’s partner, Charles Westwood said.

It was Janice’s dying wish to see her two adored pets – who are the best of friends – rehomed together.

Tragically, Janice lost her battle with the illness last weekend, before she was able to see her wish granted.

Now Charles is hoping someone will step foward and adopt the much loved house cats who are otherwise bound for the RSPCA shelter.

Charles has already adopted two of Janice’s older cats, but the two younger Toms – three year-old black long-hairedMr Buttons and six-year-old long-haired tabby Ozzie, are now desperately seeking a new home, preferably together as they are the best of pals.

The friendly boys have both been vet checked, microchipped and vaccinated and are ready to be rehomed immediately.

“It would be the most wonderful tribute to Janice if we could make her last wish come true,” Charles added.

“It would mean so much.”

> If you can offer a home, please call the North Bucks RSPCA on MK 611179.