Cats who found love at the Birmingham RSPCA in Frankley are hoping to find their fur-ever home together - The Bromsgrove Standard

Cats who found love at the Birmingham RSPCA in Frankley are hoping to find their fur-ever home together

Charlotte Albutt 26th Aug, 2022 Updated: 26th Aug, 2022   0

TWO ‘in love’ cats are hoping to find their purr-fect home together and falling for each other at the Newbrook Farm RSPCA in Frankley.

Lord Sugar, a two-year-old black cat, and Lady Sugar, a one-year-old black and white female cat, both arrived at the centre in fragile states.

Kelly Legg, from RSPCA Birmingham, said: “They finally met nose to nose, and it was one of the most beautiful moments we have ever seen at the cattery.

“From then on, we spent many weeks bonding them daily and eventually upgraded them to a double pod where they could spend longer periods of time together – and now they are inseparable.




“Their confidence with people has grown so much as they have grown closer, which has been amazing to see.”

They are now looking for a home where they can be adopted together, and they would prefer an adult-only household as they will need an owner who can be patient and give them fuss on their own terms.


The appeal comes at a time when the RSPCA is braced for a summer of suffering.

Within the summer months, the RSPCA has received a rise in animal cruelty, with 245 reports of cruelty daily.

Visit [email protected] to fill out the perfect match form, if you think you can give Lord and Lady Sugar a loving home.

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