Milly and Molly
Beautiful sisters needing a special home
Both 7 months
Tabby and white
Can live with cats?
Need to be the only cats
Can live with dogs?
Need a quiet environment
Can live with children?
Need a quiet environment
Requires outdoor space?
They will require a large indoor home
Currently fostered in New Malden
Milly has a missing front leg. Both are neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.
A little bit more
We are looking for a very special home for our two gorgeous girls Milly and Molly.
They have been in our care since they were roughly 10 weeks old and were trapped as part of a large colony of feral cats we have been working with. Their sister Mandy went to her new home before Christmas as she had made the fastest progress and seemed more confident than her siblings.
Milly and Molly needed a bit longer to catch up as were very scared and timid when they first arrived in foster. They didn't want to interact with our foster carer which is understandable as they had not encountered humans up close before and we missed out on taming them when they were younger.
We were also concerned about Milly who has a front leg missing (which is likely congenital) and how she would cope if she were left on the streets as a community cat. They then developed poorly tummies so it's been a longer journey for them to adoption. Now they are finally feeling better, are more confident, playful and are ready to find a home of their own.
Now at 7 months old they have come a long way and are very bonded. They will need a large indoor home where they will have plenty of space and their new owners will need to encourage them and provide plenty of indoor stimulation and fun. We want to ensure they are content and do not become frustrated as they are of course still kittens with lots of energy to burn. Milly's missing limb obviously means that she is less agile than Molly and although it doesn't hold her back (because she can still climb to the top of her scratch post!) she may not do so well in the big wide world and relies on her sister for reassurance.
They will need a calm home without young children and other pets, ideally an active person or couple who will enjoy playing with them but will equally understand when they need their space when they become overwhelmed.
They will need someone who is prepared for a little project and who will continue to encourage them over time to grow in confidence.