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Wonderful Winnie & Super Nova


Young girls looking for a home together, or separately


7 / 8 months




Black / Black & White

Can live with cats?

See narrative

Can live with dogs?

No experience with dogs, but would be considered

Can live with children?

See narrative

Requires outdoor space?

Access to safe, secure, outside space

Current location

Surrey / Hampshire border

Reference number

Medical notes

Neutered, chipped and vaccinated

A little bit more

Winnie (who is black and white and 8 months old) and Nova (who is black and 7 months old), are looking for their forever home.  These pretty young cats were rescued two months ago by another charity, along with a large number of other cats and kittens.  They were initially fostered through the charity as a temporary measure before arriving into HFC care last week.

These delightful girls have very different personalities!  

Winnie is "full of beans" and likes to be wherever the action is.  She loves to give and receive attention and to play chasing games, particularly with respectful children.  

Nova is a quiet and very affectionate lap cat.  She likes to sit up high and watch the world go by, but can sometimes feel a little nervous and would likely prefer a quieter home.  

Winnie is choosy about the cats she considers to be her friend and Nova doesn't really engage with other cats. The girls have no experience with dogs. 

Whilst the pair get along well and could be re-homed together, we would also welcome applications for either Winnie or Nova because they could potentially be matches for different types of home.

Winnie and Nova are happily living alongside each other at our cattery on the Surrey/Hampshire border and are offered for adoption having been neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped.  If you would like to offer a loving home with safe, outside space to one, or both, of these lovely girls, please complete an application form and we will be in touch.



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