Thursday, 30 June 2011

Kai now Ollie Pop!

Hi there, I adopted Kai last year and would like to post our progress on your success stories page so here goes:
OLLIE POP formerly known as Kai
Last year 2 1/2 months before Christmas my beloved cat Mr Fong was run over by a car leaving all of us in mourning
including our 2yr Jack Russell called Archie who was his best friend. I continued socialising at the Centre even though at times it was heartbreaking,
And it was at this time I came a across a little 3 legged kitten called Kai who i fell in love with. He was adopted on the 21.12.2010 giving us the best Christmas, and our lives have
never been the same since. Archie bonded with him straight away and he filled a gap in my heart I never thought could be repaired.
He bounces about like a crab, hops like a loon to catch flies and mauls Archie when he doesn't get his way - which is hilarious!  
He loves nothing more then to bite me in the morning to wake me up and get me out of bed and is very vocal when he wants something, especially being dried after he comes in when its been raining! Even with his disability he lives life to the full with his brilliant personality. Thank you so much for giving us this little treasure; I can honestly never repay you for how you have mended our hearts.
Love and gratitude always!
Jenna, Ollie Pop, Archie and the rest of our little clan :) xxx
(Thanks sooo much guys...)

Thank you for adopting him!!

Thursday, 16 June 2011


Molly is very fat and very happy cat, loafing around in the sun. She has been to the vet for
flea/worm treatment and is in splendid shape.
As you can imagine she is adored and pampered and is very strong-willed.
She sleeps a lot,plays energetically with her toys, and purrs very loudly and
(Looks like a happy cat to me!)

Wednesday, 15 June 2011


We adopted Bob (or Bob adopted us!) from Llys Nini on Friday 3rd June 2011.

Bob had had a bad start in life and had been found in a shed with an infected tail. His tail had to be amputated. He had also lost the top of one ear.
He was an extremely timid cat but had been socialised by Llys Nini volunteers Liz and Viv who did an excellent job. 

On bringing Bob home, he was quite nervous at first and took to 'hiding' on top of the wall cupboards in the kitchen when it was bedtime. However after only a few days he stopped this and is now much more confident! He loves all his new toys, especially a large paper carrier bag and several ping pong balls which keep getting lost! He likes to chill out on the sofa and on the stairs and enjoys staring out of the window watching the neighbours!

He is the most inquisitive cat we have ever met and wants to know what everything is for - the mobile phone, TV remote, laptop etc! He has to investigate anything new he finds and 'talks' to us while he is checking it out.

He is great fun and spends ages playing and running around every evening - especially between 10 and 11pm.

Bob will have to wait a while before going outside, but we're sure he will have a great time in the garden climbing trees and having adventures! He's a very handsome boy and he looks after his long coat very well with a little help from a grooming mitt here and there. 

We think he is part Maine Coon, as he displays many of the characteristics of the breed - he has the tufty 'snow shoes', the extra long whiskers, pointed ears and he is more inclined to lie next to you on the sofa rather than on your lap which is typical of the breed. 

Thank you Llys Nini for looking after Bob so well and providing us with a fun and loving companion!