Should I Adopt A Cat Or A Kitten?
It can be difficult to resist getting a kitten.
While they are cute to look at and full of energy, they also demand a lot of time and patience from their owners.
There is no indication of what your kitten will be like when they become an adult too, as cats don’t tend to form an established character until they’re at least a year old.
If your household is more suited to a more laid-back character, it is best to choose an adult cat.
Adult cats are usually more settled and less likely to get up to mischief than kittens.
Some of them will even be keen to cuddle up on the sofa or lounge around at your feet.
By the time the cat is grown, their personality is well established.
You may even be able to find out from their previous owner about their food intake, litter tray habits and character, making it easier for them to settle into their new home.
Furthermore….mature moggies, or cats that are older than seven years old, are ideal for quieter households.
While older cats aren’t always the first choice of potential adopters, they are well worth considering as a pet.
They are likely to be quieter throughout the day, sleep through the night and less likely to wander from home.
You will need to contact us through the contact us page, we will be in touch with you as soon as we can.
We will meet you for a chat about potential animals that may suit you.
No adoption will take place without a homecheck.