Lorenzo the Magnificent Cat (aka Magnificat) is looking for a loving home he can call his own. He's a young 2 year old cat who used to live as a stray and was getting into all sorts of troubles with other local tom cats. Unneutered cats gets into fights over territory and female cats and get injured. This is what happened to Lorenzo. His wound on his face was badly infected and he was in so much pain that he could hardly eat. Stokey Cats & Dogs took him to the vet clinic where his injury was taken care of. Lorenzo was also neutered, microchipped, treated for fleas, worms, blood tested and finally he could come to one of Stokey's volunteer temporary foster homes. He is recovering well and Stokey think he'll be ready to go to his forever loving home very soon.
Lorenzo is very playful and friendly and would make a perfect addition to a family. His ideal home would be with no other cats or dogs and he would love to have a home with a back garden (a catflap would be perfect too).
Update February 2019 - Lorenzo has been rehomed.
If you are interested in adopting a Stokey rescue cat please email firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be pleased to send you an application form. Please note home checks apply.
Stokey Cats and Dogs are a local volunteer group who rescue local cats. It's vital that cats are neutered as there are so many homeless cats. They rescue cats and get them neutered, microchipped and rehomed. They desperately need and welcome funds donated by the community on their fundraising page here or you can donate via paypal to email@example.com. If you prefer to pay directly towards Stokey's vet fees at the Celia Hammond vet clinic you can call 0207 474 8811 and say that you wish to make a payment to Stokey Cats & Dogs vet bill. Stokey also have a Wish List on Amazon and have a Stokey Cats and Dogs Facebook group where you can read all the latest news on their rescue cats.
I post regularly here in respect of Stokey cats needing homes and photos.
If you can't offer a permanent home to a cat, Stokey also urgently need more fosterers - which means providing a temporary home for a cat until a permanent home is found. You don't need to have a garden to foster. If more people foster, Stokey will be able to help more homeless cats. Short term or long term fosterers are always needed. Can anyone help? Most of Stokey's rescue cats in need of a temporary foster home come from the streets. Stokey get them neutered, microchipped, treated for fleas and worms before they go to their foster homes. All veterinary bills are covered by Stokey, so foster carers don't have to worry about this aspect of looking after a cat temporarily. Stokey always provide a foster starter kit which includes a litter tray, cat litter, food bowls, blanket or a basket to sleep, and food). If you are interested in fostering please get in touch via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and they will send you a foster application form