Pet Detail 2016 Portlet

back Find more pets
  • Image of PANSY AND PUSS - RES
  • Image of PANSY AND PUSS - RES
  • Image of PANSY AND PUSS - RES

PANSY AND PUSS - RES

Add to my favourites

Remove from my favourites

Pansy and Puss are two beautiful cats, who came into the Center after the elderly man who was looking after them died. The Gentleman took in a lot of stray cats and fed them, but they did not seem to have much human interaction or contact, so when they first came in they seemed to be semi-feral.

Initially we were looking for a farm environment for them to live as outdoor cats but amazingly they seem to be getting more used to the staff and Pansy (black chin) will now let us stroke her and is quite affectionate.  Puss is still quite timid but he is inquisitive and watches from a short distance when Pansy is having a fuss.  They are now enjoying the home comforts of the centre and spend a lot of time inside the croft on the soft beds.  Puss and Pansy will still need a special home, maybe somewhere rural so they can go out exploring but with a lot of love and patience we think these two will be very loving, affectionate cats.  They have certainly come on leaps and bounds since they first came to the centre.


Why I'm special

When we came to the centre we were very scared and worried about everything that was going on around us.  But over the weeks we have realised that these are really nice people and always give us food and sometimes even enjoy having a fuss.  We would still quite like to have a home in the country where we can play outside (who wouldn't) but I think we would really come round to the idea of spending time with the family in the house.  I think people are walking past us because we will take time to settle in and learn to trust you but we have our paws crossed that the right family will come along soon.

My personality

  • I may be able to live with another cat
  • I'd prefer to be outside most of the time
  • I'd prefer an adult only household
  • I'm a shy guy; I'll need time to settle
  • I would prefer not to live with a dog

About Me

Breed: Domestic Longhair crossbreed
Colour: Black and White
Age: Various
Ref: UC17014 and UC17015

Contact the centre or branch about me:

Preston Animal Centre

Slack Cottage
PRESTON
Ribbleton Avenue
PR2 6QL

01772 792553

11.30am - 3.30pm every day except Tue (closed)

We prioritise animals we have rescued from cruelty & neglect, which may mean we cannot take in unwanted pets. The centre has accommodation for cats, dogs and rabbits.

This establishment is run by RSPCA Preston & District Branch

About Me

Breed: Domestic Longhair crossbreed
Colour: Black and White
Age: Various
Ref: UC17014 and UC17015

Social Networking Portlet (Instanceable)

Share this...