G Team kittens

The little G Team were born under a shed and came into rescue age about 6 weeks.  They’re playful and purry but a little shy with people they don’t know.

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They’ve started their vaccinations and will have the second one and be microchipped early in January and will then be ready to go to their new homes.  We’d ideally like them to go in pairs and they’re close to each other and meow to find each other to play or cuddle.  They’ve been living alongside our resident cats and clearly adore them … though I don’t think the feeling is mutual 😉  So they’d probably be happy in a home with older friendly pets.  We don’t normally rehome kittens to families with children under the age of 5 as little ones (feline and human) can be a bit clumsy and giddy and end up hurting each other.


The kittens will need to be neutered by the age of 6 months old (vets vary over what age they do this) and will need to stay indoors until at least 6 months old.  After that we strongly recommend they be kept indoors at night time, but during the day will enjoy a safe garden to play around in.

G team in Karen rubys bed2

We always homecheck prior to adoption, and ask a minimum donation of £60 for each kitten, so that we continue to have funds to help the next needy cats who come to us.  There’s more about our adoption process here: http://www.8livescatrescue.org/adoption-process.html  and you’ll find some more photos and stories about them (and our other cats) on our blog: https://8livescatrescue.wordpress.com/  and facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/8Lives/

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