Pixie & Nelly

About Pixie & Nelly

  • Location
    Balham
  • Gender
    Female
  • Age
    2 -3 years
  • Breed
    Domestic Short-hair
  • May live with
    Adults only, Cats, Experienced owners
  • Homing requirements
    Home with private garden

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These darlings girls have an incredible back story:
One evening , in late August 2023, one of our volunteers took in 5 adult cats, 4 female one male, from a hoarding situation. Pixie was one of those and she was heavily pregnant. She had her 4 beautiful kittens 3 days later and she was an amazing mummy cat. 2 weeks later, one of the other females had 3 kittens and Pixie was her midwife. And Nelly also played nurse having clearly been a Mum herself.

All of the kittens and the other cats have gone to their forever homes and are all thriving.

Pixie and Nelly (probably sisters) have stayed in their foster home and both are very healthy and bonded. After 8 months the time is right to find their forever home.

Pixie: Black and white, adorable girl. Very cuddly and her job is to wake her foster mum early every morning for breakfast and purrs. She loves the other cats in her foster home. She also likes to supervise her foster mum at work by sitting on the laptop.

Nelly: Little Nelly is Pixie’s plus one and she cannot be separated from Pixie. For unknown reasons, Nelly is terribly timid. She has come on so much from her early days (2 months hiding on the top of a wardrobe), all of her fear aggression has gone. Nelly is so happy and settled but touching is not an option still (except for a finger to nose touch). But Nelly does love to play the game of “feet under the duvet”!

These girls are so gorgeous and happy. They have got on so well with the resident cats and are terribly polite.

They would love a calm quiet home, with a private garden, where they will be bring so much joy. Their foster mum would love to keep them, but she already has 3!

Both have been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and treated for parasites. We think they are around 2-3 years old.