Animals to Sponsor : Cats 1 2




sally

tina

tonto

Sally has blossomed from a shy and frail cat into a far more confident and happy girl and keeps her magnificent coat in great condition . We are surprised that no one has chosen this pretty girl. Until her time comes your sponsorship keeps her safe and well. Tina is a long haired tabby with a very  cute face. She is always around when the food is out and is one of the quickest cats at the sanctuary, just throw a treat and it will probably be Tina who catches it. She is not afraid of us, but she doesnt allow us to touch her. A super healthy, adult cat who enjoys the company of other cats. Tonto is a black and white Male cat born August 2012. Tonto is adjusting to life at Argos slowly. he has stopped running and hiding but is still very watchful of us. he seems to enjoy the company of other cats. A shy healthy boy.

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Barbara Stocker from Switzerland 14/12/2019

Barbara Stocker from Switzerland 30/01/2020

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Barbara Stocker from Switzerland 13/08/2019

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Barbara Stocker from Switzerland 26/03/2019

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victoria

ziggy

zak

Victoria is our longest resident in the cattery.
Born 2009 she is a quiet girl who would love an equally quiet home to enjoy a peaceful life.
Victoria is a very friendly girl. Always one of the first to welcome visitors into the cattery. A small and pretty girl who gets on with the other cats. Victoria stands out from the other cats because of her loving naturing and friendly personality.
Ziggy is a robust healthy girl that blossoms on a grain free diet. She came to the shelter in 2012  as a very sickly kitten along with five others in a bucket full of their own mess. Thankfully her past is way behind her and now all she needs is a home to complete her happy ending Zak was literally thrown in through the door of a vets in Larnaca by some children who then ran away. At least for him , he landed in the right hands. He was just 3 weeks old and born without eyes, so for the next 4 weeks he was kept inside a carrier cage and fed by bottle until he was old enough to eat on his own. Although he has no eyes at all, Zak manages to get around and is learning to live as a blind cat. He is a loving and brave little guy who deserves a special home of his own.

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Barbara Stocker from Switzerland 30/01/2020

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Barbara Stocker from Switzerland 22/06/2019

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