Within five minutes of meeting Seraphina, she was glued to my lap. She couldn’t wait for me to sit down so she could snuggle up.
For the past 12 years, the National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) has been a rock for this cat in her hour of need.
Seraphina first came into their care, as a stray in 2003, and was homed shortly afterwards.
Due to a relationship breakdown, she came back to NAWT in 2010 and was rehomed later that year.
Sadly, in 2015, Seraphina’s owner became too ill to care for her and she was again returned to the rehoming centre.
Hopefully the third time this beautiful cat is rehomed, it will be for the rest of her life.
If this could be with you, call 020 8950 0177 or meet her at Tylers Way, Watford-By-Pass WD25 8WT.
Seraphina likes to be around people and enjoys attention when she is in a happy mood. At other times, she would rather be left quietly on her own.
Apart from Seraphina having forgotten to put her tongue away, what is also noticeable from her photo are the cosy hand-made blankets on which she is lying. If you want to make blankets for animals or if you have any blankets, towels, toys, scratching posts you would like to give an animal rehoming centre but are having difficulty getting them there, email me on firstname.lastname@example.org and, if you are local, I’ll take them for you.