This week it’s the turn of Alfie and Stuart, two of my foster cats. I’ve been fostering Alfie for over 18 months now, since he was 5 months old. He was joined by Stuart in October 2011. Stuart was a lonely 7-month-old kitten who’d been left behind at the rescue centre after the rest of his family had been adopted in pairs, and Alfie was in need of a new friend after I’d made the decision to split him from his sister, Ethel, as they were no longer seeing eye to eye. Luckily, it was love at first sight for these boys, and they’re now inseparable.
(You can read more about Alfie and Ethel, and their difficult start in life, here…)
Alfie (left) and Stuart take a rare break from chasing each other around..
Stuart’s ‘Evil Genius’ face..
Alfie gets photobombed by Eric – who just can’t resist sticking his big face in front of a camera..
Stuart does his best to impersonate one of those 60′s long-necked cat figurines (I’ve told him he needs to do some work on the neck lengthening)..
And Alfie demonstrates what an exceptionally photogenic cat he is..
Anyone living in London and the surrounding areas, who is interested in offering Alfie and Stuart (or Eric) a home, can find out more about them on the Lewisham page of the Celia Hammond Animal Trust’s website.