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DAPHNE

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Daphne was dumped at a local dog rescue where a lovely lady there called the RSPCA to get her as she was very thin and weak.

Daphne is approximately 1-2 years old and is quite a small little girl.  She has slowly started to come out of her shell and loves lots of fuss and attention.  So far we have found her favourite toys are little balls she can bat about.

Unfortunately we don't know too much about Daphne's previous experiences so for that reason it would be better if she was rehomed with children over the age of 5 and preferably without a dog.  She doesn't seem bothered by the other cats in the shelter so she may be able to go to a home with a friendly cat.

There is no doubt this beautiful girl will make a fantastic addition to her next owner.

Could you be the one to offer this sweet little girl a second chance?

If you think you can offer DAPHNE a home please contact us either by email rehoming@rspca-staffordwolverhampton.org.uk or via phone on 07935 619453.

Please note our email and phones are monitored by volunteers who work full time so please be patient with, we aim to come back to you within 24-48 hours.

My personality

  • I may be able to live with another cat
  • I need to be able to go outside and explore
  • I could live with children
  • I'm full of energy and love to play
  • I would prefer not to live with a dog

About Me

Breed: Domestic Shorthair crossbreed
Colour: White/Grey and Black Splodges
Age: 1 Year (approx)

Contact the centre or branch about me:

RSPCA Stafford, Wolverhampton & District Branch

07935 619 453

Please only use this number if you are calling to offer a home to one of the cats in our care.

About Me

Breed: Domestic Shorthair crossbreed
Colour: White/Grey and Black Splodges
Age: 1 Year (approx)
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Interested in adopting me?

There's a lot to think about before taking on a pet.  Read our rehoming page to find out more about adopting from the RSPCA. 

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