Miss Muffet and Itsy Bitsy
Miss Muffet (black and white female) and Itsy Bitsy came to The Sheffield Cats Shelter after living with a feral colony of cats. They were originally trapped with the view to neuter and re-release them, which is why the have clipped ears. However, their temperament was found to be suitable for a home environment, so they have come to us for re-homing.
Miss Muffet is a sweet girl who has really come out of her shell since arriving at The Shelter. Her companion Itsy Bitsy is still quite shy, often hiding behind her, but we are hoping that he will really come around after seeing Miss Muffet get lovely fusses.
As Itsy Bitsy can be nervous, we think they would be best re-homed to a home with no young children. Older children who will understand their needs would be fine though, and we do recommend bringing children to meet them if you are pursuing adoption.
These two cuties have lived with a large colony of cats before coming to us for re-homing, so would be fine with other cats, but we don’t know how they’d be with dogs. They would need access to the outdoors when they are ready, so would need to go to a home that isn’t near main or busy roads.
If you are interested in adopting Miss Muffet and Itsy Bitsy, please visit the shelter on Wed and Fri 1:30pm - 3:00pm or Sat and Sun 1:00pm - 3:30pm
To learn more about what we will need from you if you adopt, please visit our adopting page.