Saffia and her two kittens Soozi & Sooki came to us when the kits were about 2 weeks old.  She’d given birth in a garage and by the size of her bladder had not left them even to go for a wee since they were born!   She did the biggest wee ever when she got into rescue.  She’s still been a very attentive mum.  It must be her first litter as she’s not much more than a kitten herself.

She’ll be spayed, vaccinated and micorchipped prior to being rehomed.   Saffia had a health check on arrival because the issue with her bladder and no health issues were noted.  She’s not repeated that feat!   She’s a sweet friendly girl who I think will refind her playfulness without much trouble once her kits are grown.

Saffia is avaiable to be reserved for adoption, but will not be able to leave while towards the end of September when her kits are ready to be left.  The person/ family who reserve her will be welcome to visit several times before then so that they can start to bond with her … and watch her kittens grow.

She’ll need to stay indoors initially in her new home, but after that would like a safe garden to explore. We always strongly recommend that cats be kept indoors overnight.

We always homecheck prior to adoption and ask a minimum adoption donation of £75 for a neutered adult cat. There’s more about our adoption process here: and you’ll probably find more photos and stories about Caramel here: and here:

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