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Happy Endings & Cat Tales

Upset cats can spend weeks undergoing close & personal socialisation at Romney House, creating a bond between cat & keeper. We are delighted when they move on to lead a normal life in a loving home, but we do worry about them. We assume that 'no news is good news' but are always delighted to hear from a new owner.
If you have adopted a cat from us, no matter how long s/he spent here, we would love to hear from you. Please send your news to Romney House, for our happy endings chapter or e-mail silvana@romneyhousecatrescue.org.uk.

Pickle and Sandy

Jinks

Jinks
This is a new boy called Jinks
4 month old found straying.
No chip or Id
Handed into the vets in Croydon a week ago. Nobody came forward  so now he's here ready for re homing!:)
Adorable! 

Saphire

Saphire

Saphire followed some people home one night.  She then stayed locally so we assumed she was a stray.  Now chipped etc and can go to a new home.

Trixie

Trixie
Just a quick email to let you know Trixie is settling in well. We've had a good cuddle, play and food. She's found our dining a chairs a great sleeping place and a place to hide. We just love her

Jasmine Bimba and Scarlett

Jasmine Bimba and Scarlett

Dear Silvana,

Thought I would give you an update to let you know how we are getting on with our two kittens, Jasmine Bimba and Scarlett.

The two kittens are delightful, and a lot of fun. Scarlett has been a bundle of endless energy and cheerful idiocy. She sleeps like a log, and eats well.

Jasmine Bimba has obviously been a different matter. However, despite all of her problems she has remained affectionate and alert. In fact it is only when these things dip that we know she is unwell. We have been keeping her to a diet of steamed chicken and fish, and she is looking pretty healthy (and has gained some weight) despite the ongoing loose bowels.

Yesterday we went to the vet again, and Mark has told us that he thinks it is campylobacter and therefore has given us the correct treatment for it, which we will administer for a week, whilst continuing to keep a close eye on her.

The two kittens are close to each other, and often will sleep either together or across each other, and we are so happy with them. Despite your kind offer of fostering Jasmine Bimba until she was well again, we could not bear to part from her, nor part her from her great chum Scarlett. It is worth mentioning that as I am self-employed I am around during the day often and therefore can take decent care of them both.

In the hands of your marvellous vet Mark, and our close care and attention, I fully expect them to recover, thrive and provide us with years of companionship, affection and fun.

I enclose a couple of photos of the characterful little ladies.

What you do and the care that you provide is deeply appreciated. It has been a great pleasure to not only recommend you but also to try and share your work on social media.

I will obviously keep you informed of how they both progress, perhaps with particular attention to Jasmine Bimba. I can report that after one day on the treatment, Jasmine Bimba is once again playing and fighting and being a proper kitten! We are so pleased.

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