This beautiful boy is Fur. 6 years old. He is neutered, vaccinated, chipped and is very clean in the house, healthy and friendly – nothing much phases him. He likes to play with his toys and doesn’t wander for more than a few hours, only occasionally. He is quite vocal and comes to tell you when he wants something.
He is not tested with other animals or young children.
To adopt Fur please ring Karen 07885978691
Meet Lottie, Lottie is around 6-7 years old, black, shorthair. She’s a small girl with the strangest meow you have ever heard, she’s a friendly little girl who has not had a good time of it lately. Lottie was found straying in Ashington and kept at the vets for 4 weeks to see if her owner came forward. No one has claimed her so she is ready to find a forever home. Please call Karen if you can give Lottie the home she deserves 07885978691
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A lot of our supporters already know that Linda
Chairperson) has now retired. We would like to thank her for all of her hard work and efforts over the years!
Our new chairperson is Sheila Poole. Sheila has been a volunteer with us for many years, being the treasurer, foster mum for cats and kittens as well as doing fundraising, home visits and adoptions!
A big THANK YOU to Curves Gym in Cramlington!
Through kind donations from Staff and customers, they
had donated over 60 lbs of cat, dog and rabbit food!!!
Volunteers from PARRT were invited to a garden party at Alnwick Castle by the Duchess of Northumberland.
The party, held on Wednesday 22nd June, recognised the work of carers and volunteers in Northumberland.
Several of our volunteers had the honour of being
presented to The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh. The
Queen and the Duke both asked our volunteers about the work that we do, and when told that we care for cats and kittens, the Duke responded with good humoured, “YUK!!”- obviously he’s not a cat lover!
The Queen was escorted by Alan Shearer around the castle and gardens much to the delight of the large crowds.
PARRT joined with PAWS volunteers for the Royal meet and greet and were pleased to be interviewed by REAL radio and Tyne Tees and BBC news teams.