03:26PM, Monday 25 April 2016
Frankie, Honey and Pearl are all about three years old.
All had a tough start in life. Frankie lived rough for some time and, while Honey and Pearl were physically well cared for, they were not socialised as kittens so were afraid of human contact.
Over the past two years all three have received intensive, expert care and lots of TLC to help restore their faith in the human race. They are now affectionate and quietly confident and are ready to go to loving homes.
They are looking for owners who have experience with special needs cats and will have the patience and time to let them settle in their new environment.
Honey and Pearl must be homed together.
Interested? Please contact the CLAWS helpline on 01189 341699.
Home visits are standard practice and an adoption fee is required.
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