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Published On: Sun, Aug 7th, 2016 at 11:23pm

Florence needs a home!

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florence - cats protectionIf you were three years old and alone in this world, what would you want? A home? A friend? A lap to curl up on? A packet of Dreamies? Well maybe not the latter, but then you’re probably not a cat…

cats protectoin logoFlorence currently lives with a Cats Protection League fosterer, who reports that she loves to play games,  likes to see what you’re up to, but is also quite happy watching the world go by (and about how many three year olds can you say that?). Florence is very friendly and would make an excellent companion, and she’s already vaccinated, micro chipped and neutered. If you haven’t got a cat, your life could be immeasurably enriched by Florence, so if you’ve got access to a garden and don’t live too near busy roads, please consider giving her the home she deserves. And the toys, of course…

If you think you might be able to adopt Florence, please contact West Lothian Cats Protection on 01506 298107. ‘Florence’ means ‘to blossom’, and you could help Florence do just that.

West Lothian Cats Protection has lots of other cats in its care, all of whom are looking for permanent homes. If you would like to find out more, why not go along to the next Rehoming Day on Saturday 20th August? It’s at Newyearfield Farm Community Centre, Hawk Brae, Livingston EH54 6AB from 1pm to 3pm, and will include stalls and refreshments from the Cat Café as well as the chance to meet some of the wonderful cats. For more information please call 01506 298107 or visit the West Lothian section of the Cats Protection website here. You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter. Cats Protection has huge costs and no outside funding, so it does ask for a contribution of £60 when you adopt a cat – and I’m sure you’ll agree that Florence will be worth every penny.

West Lothian CP branch has been run since the millenium by unpaid voluteers, whose spare time is spent assisting cats and kittens in the West Lothian and West Edinburgh areas. There are always many more cats in need than they can help so they are unable to rescue outside their area, but they are happy to rehome cats further away (including all of Edinburgh) within a reasonable distance. There is no adoption centre – the cats and kittens are housed with volunteer fosterers. If you can’t adopt a cat just now, please consider fostering, which can be done as and when you are able, and which would allow the branch to rescue more of these very deserving animals.

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- Rosemary Kaye used to be a lawyer in Aberdeen, but has now given all that up and instead justifies her jolly life in Edinburgh by writing about it. She is very fond of going out for tea and stickies, or staying in and reading the unparalleled novels of Barbara Pym.

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