5 cats at the Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary looking for a forever home

The sanctuary welcomes up to 500 animals each year and cares for 60 cats at a time.

If you think you might be able to relocate one of them, go to Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary website for more details.

You can also sponsor one of their animals or donate to the vital work of the association.


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Adopt a cat from the Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary

Aston

Meet Aston. (Oxfordshire Wildlife Sanctuary)

Male gender

Age – 10 years old

Breed – Domestic Shorthair

Aston is looking for a forever home – could it be with you?

This adorable, fun cat has a lot to offer, including love, food and cuddles.

He has a manageable skin condition which requires lifelong medication, costing less than £20 a month.

His new owner should also be aware that he has a history of bladder stones, so he should follow a specialist diet.

Although he can live with children aged 10 and up, Aston would prefer to be the only pet in the house.

Learn more about how to adopt Aston.

Betty

Oxford Mail: Meet Betty.  (Oxfordshire Wildlife Sanctuary)Meet Betty. (Oxfordshire Wildlife Sanctuary)

Gender – Female

Age – 16

Breed – Domestic Shorthair

This nice old lady is looking for a quiet home for her retirement.

Betty recently lost her landlord and her home, but since joining the sanctuary she is improving and her confidence is booming.

Upon arriving at the sanctuary, Betty had an ugly infected growth on her head which has now been removed and referred for histopathology.

She also has a cataract in her right eye so needs to be in an indoor, adult-only home with no other pets.

Learn more about how to adopt Betty.

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Griffin

Oxford Mail: Meet Griffin.  (Oxfordshire Wildlife Sanctuary)Meet Griffin. (Oxfordshire Wildlife Sanctuary)

Male gender

Age – 13 years old

Breed – Domestic Shorthair

Do you think you could give this sweet boy a forever home?

Griffin is described as “charming” and “loving” who loves his food and catnip.

He has ongoing medical needs, including early-stage kidney disease for which he only needs a kidney diet at the moment, but may require medication in the future.

Griffin also has arthritic hips that require lifelong pain medication and a joint supplement. Therefore, the sanctuary asks you to apply only if you are able to afford its veterinary care.

Learn more about how to adopt Griffin.

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Gender – Female

Age – 15 years old

Breed – Domestic Shorthair

Meet Missy – an independent lady – looking for a new home.

This elderly lady will happily lay in the sun for hours and is ideally looking for a quiet home to retire to.

Once she is confident with her new owner, she will gladly ask for stories and cuddles, but she needs plenty of space to enjoy a relaxed lifestyle.

Learn more about how to adopt Missy.

Shelly

Oxford Mail: meet Shelley.  (Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary)Meet Shelley. (Oxfordshire Wildlife Sanctuary)

Gender – Female

Age – 10 years old

Breed – Domestic Shorthair

This is your sign to add this fantastic feline to your family.

Shelley is portrayed as a nice lady who likes to rub her chin and a patient landlady who will let her settle into her new home.

She has a grade 3 heart murmur for which she currently does not need medication or treatment, but the sanctuary recommends annual checkups with a qualified veterinarian.

Heart murmurs in cats are quite common and many cats lead normal active lives, but you can read more on the sanctuary’s website.

Learn more about how to adopt Shelley.