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RSPCA Cat Rehoming
Snowdrop was brought in by RSPCA Inspectors and just days later she gave birth to 4 beautiful kittens.
She has been an awesome mummy but with kittens now having flown the nest, it is now her time to find her forever home.
Snowdrop has been fostered in a home, and her fosterer says that she loves attention and is extremely playful - a fussy little lady who is even
confident with strangers and will make a great family pet.
At only about one year old Snowdrop has not had the best start in life but we have promised her that the good times are just round the corner!!
Applicants need to:
Be within 1 hour's drive of Barnsley.
Apply via the online Perfect Match Form.
We read thoroughly, and consider every Perfect Match Form that arrives.
As we're all very busy volunteers, unfortunately we can't reply to all of the many, many applications we receive (sometimes that can be 100 applications for one cat!).
If the perfect match person comes along, we'll endeavour to make contact with them within 10 days of the Advertising Date.
Please don't ring, text, email etc.
Felix and Jessie