Six cats are looking for new owners who will give them the love and time that all pets need.
Steph McCawley, who is supporter engagement officer at Chesterfield and North Derbyshire branch of the RSPCA, said: “Interest in adopting cats has slowed considerably in the last month or two so we are urging anyone who is considering adopting to look at a rescue centre first where we have many of deserve a second chance of happiness.”
Donald is a very sweet and sensitive eight-month-old cat who finds new environments stressful. He is looking for a quiet home and experienced owner as an indoor pet. Photo: Chesterfield & North Derbyshire RSPCA
Sabrina is an affectionate two-year-old cat who is prone to becoming anxious easily. She can be personable and loves a fuss but on her own terms. Photo: Chesterfield & North Derbyshire RSPCA
Sebastian was found as a stray and is a very nervous boy, however, he has shown no aggression and spends most of his time staying out the way. He needs a quiet home with an experienced family. Photo: Chesterfield & North Derbyshire RSPCA
Brutus is the longest resident at the Chesterfield centre. He has found his stay stressful but after constant reassurance from the animal care staff he has come around to be a super affectionate and loving cat. Photo: Chesterfield & North Derbyshire RSPCA