All Glasgow cats up for adoption this month to find forever homes

This week is Pet Appreciation Week and with that in mind we thought we’d turn to the cats of Glasgow looking for their forever homes.

There are plenty of feline friends to adopt, each deserving of a new home.

But it can of course be difficult to choose the ideal pet because each cat has its own needs.

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Whether it’s to avoid being around children or being the only pet in the house, it’s always worth making sure cats find the perfect fit.

Here’s our rundown of cats that need their forever home, from Cats Protection.



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Mickey

Age: Three years

Raising: Domestic Shorthair



Protection of the cat.
Mickey

If you’re looking for an affectionate cat, this charming boy could be your new best friend.

Mickey likes to play with toys and relax by sitting on his lap, getting groomed, and sleeping on the bed at night. So he is looking for a quiet hoe without young children or other pets.

Once installed it will venture outside, so it needs an entrance leading directly outside rather than a common closed door.

Overall, this little boy is very friendly and needs a loving home as well as a “sanctuary room” that won’t be used by humans during the day or night.

To find out more, visit Glasgow’s Cat Protection page here.

Jos and Apostle

Age: 16 years old

Raising: Domestic Medium Hair (DMH)



Protection of the cat.
Jos and Apostle

These brothers need a forever home and love to get attention.

Although they may be a bit shy at first, they will warm up quickly and they will both sit happily in your lap.

Unfortunately, Josh has a second-year Whisper and Apostle has a first-year Whisper, but luckily that’s not giving them any trouble at the moment.

Just like Mickey, these two lovely boys will need their own “sanctuary room” that won’t be used by humans during the day or night until they are settled.

They are looking for a quiet home without children or other pets because they like to have all the attention for themselves.

To find out more, visit Glasgow’s Cat Protection page here.

Fortunate

Age: Two years

Raising: Domestic Shorthair



Protection of the cat.
Fortunate

Lucky is said to be from Iran, as his former owner was visiting his home, found Lucky and fell in love, which is how the four-legged friend ended up in Scotland.

Unfortunately, Lucky doesn’t get along well with other cats, so he had to find a new owner and hopes his next human can take care of this lively and energetic cat.

Lucky needs a home without children or other pets and ideally needs an experienced owner.

Although they may not be pet cats, they love games such as puzzle feeders for food – something that would make them feel right at home.

To find out more, visit Glasgow’s Cat Protection page here.

Pink

Age: Eight years

Raising: Domestic Shorthair



Protection of the cat.
Pink

Rosie was brought in as she felt ‘disturbed and raging’ at home and after an investigation was found to have pyometra – an infection of the womb – which may have been the cause of her behavior because it made her quite ill.

After being neutered, the cute girl feels like new and loves nothing more than playing with toys and sitting on their human’s lap.

Rosie is looking for a quiet adult-only home with no young children or other pets – an experienced owner is also on offer.

Just like the others, Rosie searches for a “sanctuary room” that won’t be used by humans for the time it takes her to settle down.

She also had a grade three heart murmur and mild hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, but luckily it’s not causing her any problems at the moment.

Rosie has always been an indoor cat and remains happy to continue doing so.

To find out more, visit Glasgow’s Cat Protection page here.

Qin-Qin

Age: Nine years

Raising: Domestic Medium Hair



Protection of the cat.
Qin-Qin

This gorgeous girl is called Qin Qin which is pronounced like “Chin Chin”.

After entering the center after being stressed about living with other cats in the house, it would be a great place if you brought Qin Qin home without other animals or children.

They too will need their own “sanctuary room” until they are settled.

This little soul also has a first degree heart murmur as well as a history of cystitis with vets recommending they only eat a wet diet.

According to the Cat Protection website, their owner described them as a “generally confident cat that liked to be groomed and sat on their laps frequently” and loved to play.

As they don’t like other cats they find the center quite overwhelming and spend a lot of time hiding from me so if you could give them a forever home they would love it.

To find out more, visit Glasgow’s Cat Protection page here.

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