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Rex Rehome and Lost & Found
Kind understanding homes occasionally needed for adult Rexes. If you are interested please give Lynda, Dee, Anne or Chris a call (landline numbers only, please). Be prepared to be asked lots of questions and to provide a reference if required.
We do not charge for rehomes as such but expect a donation towards our work. We are sorry but we are unable to return calls to mobile phone numbers.
Thankfully, we do not get hundreds of Rexes in need of new homes so you may have a bit of a wait but it will be worth it.
Donations and items we can raffle or sell on our stalls always welcome.
URGENT - LOST
Missing Weston Supermare area.
Devon female found.
Rexes currently needing homes:
New - April 2013:
12 year old Devon female. Maisie is twelve years old and
has got on well with a dog, but is happy on her own too. She is active (when she
can be bothered) and enjoys a wander round the garden when it is warm and sunny.
She spends most of her time indoors and uses a tray indoors. She has a
diet of dry food and is most comfortable with Iams chicken . She hasn't
been vaccinated recently but her owner will ensure that she has a check up and
is fully up-to-date before she is re-homed. Currently in West Yorkshire.
New: September 2012:
Penny is an 8 year old Devon Rex who changed when a new
kitten was bought around 2 years ago. Before that she was full of energy and
very friendly, but since the new kitten arrived she has been very unhappy, she
lives on top the sky box all day as its warm, the kitten just wants to play with
her, but she is not interested.
Mylo - the boy - is the smoke one. He is a little overweight and is currently on light food. He is a little prone to constipation but his owner has only had to take him to the vet once for that since she's have had him. He has no other health issues, although he is on food that is good for his urinary tract as a preventative measure. He is extremely affectionate, loves a rough and tumble, fetches bottle tops and returns them like a dog. He is very vocal and you can have a conversation with him. He loves playing with lettuce, and smelling my dinner, but he never eats it or touches it. He doesn't like wet food, but loves to drink running water from the tap. He will greets you at the door when you come home and is the boss of the house. He is the older of the two and neutered. He loves being in the bathroom with me and will play with the bubbles. He also doesn't mind being bathed or having his nails clipped, even though he protests, he is usually purring as he does so. He likes his rear end being patted like a dog and doesn't mind being held in any way, even upside down. He is more brave than Millie, the little girl, but not as good as her at catching bugs. He loves string and catnip.
Millie - the girl - she is much smaller and prone to dirty
ears and eyes. She hates being bathed (although she will give in and let you do
it) but is very calm when having her nails clipped. Millie is a funny little
thing. She loves sitting on anything that is warm, and her nickname is 'heat
seeking missile' as she will go anywhere the warmth is. She loves anything she
can eat, which is surprising as she is much slimmer and is always interested in
the shopping bags. Her favourite food is cooked chicken livers. She doesn't like
to use the same cats tray if Mylo has been in there so I have a separate one for
her. I can't blame her as Mylo is a typical boy and rarely covers his
activities. She is just as vocal once she gets going and sometimes, both of them
start which is quite funny. She loves climbing, and if lost, can be found at the
top of a door. Millie loves drinking running water too, but will also drink a
lot from her bowl.
Katie is sweet gentle black smoke and white Cornish Rex girl who is showing signs of stress as she is living with noisy children, a dominant Devon, and two puppies. I'm sure she would be a very happy cat on her own or with one other and would give years of companionship and happiness to a new owner.
She is of course neutered, fit and well and has just had a complete course of inoculations.
Please contact Lynda Ashmore for more information.
These two Devon Rexes are already in their new home.
Seal Point Si Rex Devon Rex lost in the Shrewsbury area
Chocolate Cornish male - Coventry area