The Scottish SPCA is desperate to find homes for two three-legged cats currently in the care of their Aberdeenshire Animal Rescue and Repatriation Centre.
Caleb and Jack seek separate homes after unfortunately showing little interest.
Center director Louise Griese said: “Grey-furred Caleb is a sweetheart and is very confident. He loves to rub against you and likes to tell you little stories.
“However, in typical cat style, he can be quick to tell you when he’s had enough, so we’re looking for an owner with previous experience with cats.
“Being on three legs doesn’t hold him back and he can move very quickly when he knows the treats are out!” Caleb would really like to feel the wind in his fur again and be king of the castle in his new garden because he often likes to tell the other cats in the cattery who’s boss!
“Jack is a black and white feline who was very nervous when he came in and preferred to hide under his blankets. As he recovers from his amputation he has come out of his shell and you can tell he will continue to s thrive in a quiet home.
“He would appreciate having understanding owners who can take it slow as he continues to build his trust around people.”
“Both boys are looking for experienced cat owners with access to the outdoors as that is what they have been used to in the past.”
If you would like to give Caleb or Jack their forever homes, please apply via the Scottish SPCA website: http://bit.ly/3URd4Yk or http://bit.ly/3UPoU5c