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HOW many black and white cats can you count in the photo? Say hello to these three brothers, Beau, Flake and Marley.

Happily, one of the brothers, Marley, has been adopted, but the other two have found themselves at K9. They came from the UK to Tenerife in 2015.  All was going well until a couple of years later, when their owner had to return to the UK, and was unable to take them with her.

Luckily, they went into a foster home, until they were brought to K9, a few weeks ago. Beau and Flake are looking for their forever homes, and are hoping their chance will come soon! Can you help them? They are extremely friendly and loving boys, and are negative for FIV and FELV (Feline Aids and leukaemia).

They have both been castrated, and have passports, too. They are favourites among our cat lovers at K9, and we really would love them to find their forever homes. They have been moved around a lot in the past few years, and they have no idea why.

They deserve to find a forever home with a family who will love and care for them. We have a lot of cats who are also looking for their second chance, so, if you or anyone you know is looking for a cat to add to their family, please do visit us, any day between 9.30am-1.30pm, and give our feline babies lots of cuddles.

We are on Calle Chimbesque, between Las Chafiras and Las Zocas. We look forward to seeing you! Get in touch by telephoning us on 667 638 468, or emailing info@k9tenerife.com

Adopting a cat or a dog is an amazing thing to do, as you are showing the animal that there is love out there, and that they are loved and very special to you. No animal deserves to be left behind or abandoned. They have done nothing wrong, and are left feeling scared and confused when this happens. Please help us!

Christmas party

It is only mid-October, but keep an eye out for details, in the next couple of months, about our Xmas party! It isn’t too far away, and promises to be a great night, as always! Tickets can sell out quickly, so please contact K9 to receive yours. Thanks to you all, for your continued support.

 

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