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Matilda and her cheeky kittens

Matilda available

Mum and two pairs of kittens looking for forever homes from mid-June


Matilda is estimated to be 10 months' old. At 31 May, the kittens are 6 weeks' old.


All female kittens


Matilda is black & white and her kittens are black and white, tabby & tabby & white

Can live with cats?

Matilda and her kittens have no experience with other cats

Can live with dogs?

Matilda and her kittens have no experience with dogs

Can live with children?

Matilda and her kittens have potential to live with adults or alongside a family with respectful children aged 5+

Requires outdoor space?

Access to safe, secure outside space

Current location

Ashford, UK

Reference number


Medical notes

Matilda and her kittens are scheduled to be neutered, microchipped and vaccinated

A little bit more

Young mum, Matilda, who is black & white and estimated to be approximately 10 months’ old, found a cosy place within a home in London (that was not hers) to give birth to four, adorable, female kittens. They are, Sabrina (black & white with a thin, white striped nose), Sammie (black & white with a thick, white striped nose), Sandy (tabby) and Skittles (tabby & white).

Matilda and her kittens are currently being cared for in foster care in Ashford, Middlesex. At 31 May, the kittens are currently four weeks’ old. Both Mum and kittens are currently doing well and anticipated to be ready to go to their forever homes in mid June having been neutered, microchipped and first vaccinated.

Matilda and her kittens have potential to live alongside adults or a family with respectful children, aged 5+. They have had no experience of other cats or dogs whilst in our care.

If you would like to offer either Matilda, or a bonded pair of her kittens, a happy home with safe outside space, please complete our application form below and we will be in touch..  Thank you.



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