The Scooby-Doo Gang (pairs)

3 months
Domestic Short Hair
Living with Children:
I could potentially live with older cat savvy children
Living with Dogs/Cats:
A home with other animals will be considered
Ideal Home Situation:
A calm and understanding home to help me grow in confidence
I require:
outdoor access once I am old enough

Meet our Scooby Doo Gang!

Fred, Shaggy, Daphne, Velma are a lovely litter of male and female kittens who are estimated to be around 12 weeks old. They are all eager to fly the CDCH nest to embark on some new adventures in their forever homes.

We will be looking to rehome these cuties in pairs. The pairs which would consist of a more confident kitten and one a little more tentative, therefore benefiting from the company of their companion.

They are suitable for homes with older children (11+), and other animals/ cats, will also be considered, so long as their adopters are happy to provide safe spaces and gentle introductions in the home.

As they are young, therefore, only just learning about the world around them, we are looking for adopters who are happy to support their introductions and socialisation and provide them with lots of activities/opportunities for play. Once settled, they would love to safely explore the outdoors too.

Rehoming fees (inclusive of initial health checks, vaccinations, microchip, neutering and 4 weeks free insurance) is £275 for a pair of kittens.

The benefits of adopting in pairs:
  • They can learn how to behave properly (in ways we can’t teach them!) – kittens play fight with their sibling and by doing so, quickly learn what is acceptable in terms of biting, nipping and gnawing (all very normal kitten activities!)
  • You can relax knowing that they have a 24/7 play-partner! This is important as kittens are extremely playful – and bored kittens – aren’t happy kittens. Bored kittens are also more likely to cause trouble around the house.
  • Siblings already know each other, so you don’t have to worry about introducing them and hoping they get on. (Older cats & kittens don’t always take to each other.)
  • By having a friend at all times, hopefully they wouldn’t feel too lost or confused when settling in to a new home.
  •  It doesn’t always mean double everything!  In fact, by having two, a lot of the ‘effort’ involved with caring for a kitten in terms of play and affection and training is helped by the other!

To apply for one of our gorgeous pairs, please submit a perfect match form below…

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