Meet Sacha and Tiggy; they are another example of a pair of cats who should have been snapped up instantly for re-homing but for some reason or other have, unfortunately, been overlooked. This pair of black and white cats arrived in the home due to no fault of their own back in May 2007, and settled into the cattery quickly. Sacha is the elder of the pair, being a 14 year old neutered male cat; however, this isn’t reflected in his behaviour. Tiggy on the other hand is a 7 year old spayed female cat.
Sacha is still very active and enjoys spending lots of his time out in his run; is still quite playful and loves his catnip! Sacha loves human attention and is often seen pawing at the glass of his run door, meowing loudly for attention!
When he does get it, he enjoys nothing more than having his head and chin rubbed. It would be lovely for Sacha to find a home where he can be kept entertained with playing, but also be allowed to snuggle up on his new owner’s lap for a good fuss when he feels like it.
In the cattery Tiggy has spent a lot of her time hiding underneath a blanket, so not many people have shown interest in her. Yet, Tiggy isn’t a timid cat, she just enjoys snuggling up beneath the covers! Affectionate and loving Tiggy will appear when promised a fuss. She will make a wonderful lap cat, although she is not so keen on being picked up.
Sacha and Tiggy must be homed together and are suitable to be re-homed with other cats, dogs and children 8+ and would make a lovely addition to any household so please consider this older pair.