Introducing the beautiful Victoria (tortoiseshell and white) and her handsome friend, Fred (black and white) both aged 10 months old. These two feral cats were trapped in November, along with six other members of the colony. I have spent some time socialising them, but they need to be in their own home for this process to be complete.
Victoria has become very affectionate, though she is wary of strangers. Fred is developing a wonderfully big personality, but he is still a little skittish. There is a strong bond between these two, even though Fred sometimes appears to dominate his friend, he is actually being playful. She takes no notice of him.
They sometimes have great playfights. With time and patience they will both become wonderful pet cats, but not immediately. It may take several months for them to trust their new humans. They are not yet easy to handle and this should be avoided unless necessary (vets, etc).
I can be contacted by phone or email for any advice concerning settling them. They have been neutered/spayed, dewormed, and deflead but not vaccinated. Their new owner will need to vaccinate them. All the other members of the colony who were tested for Felv/FIV were negative.