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Wendy Woo Wendy Woo
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Hayes, Middx
Profile dated 28/07/2012 21:35:34
Next Birthday: 11 July 2018  (261 days)

Im Patsy Fagans daughter. Me and my 4 cats live in a built up town area near Heathrow, hence there is a disctinct lack of wildlife. I have several pot grown plants on my two balconys including hardy banana, several hardy fuchsias, clematis, cyclamen, witch hazel, gingko and small spring flowering bulbs.br /
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My main passion is british wildlife and nature in general. I am a member of both the RSPB and the WWT. br /
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In the past 2 years I have cared for 7 rescue cats and have re-homed 3 succesfully. At the moment I am looking after these babes: br /
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Zola is a male tabby. I found him when I moved to my flat almost 10 years ago. As I was walking past a rubbish chute downstairs I heard a tiny ''''mew'''' and reached in as far as I could and pulled out a tiny scrap of a kitten. Luckily he wasnt in bad shape and was already weaned. Broke my heart to think someone could just ''''dispose'''' of him like that. To see him now you''''d never believe it. He''''s a big cat and the ''''daddy'''' of the household.br /
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Flo was my second cat. My Step-Mum was doing voluntary work for the RSPCA and was asked to look after a partly feral female with one kitten. Her other kittens had died due to weather exposure. I fell in love with the kitten and thats how Flo came to live with me. Shes a beautiful looking black and white short haired but has always remained a bit scared. She never wants to go out and follows me around. Shes smaller than the average cat but most feral cats are. br /
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Dennis is my 2nd boy. Hes ginger all over with a delightful personality and very talkative. I came across Dennis when I went into the town centre one day. There were a group of boys crowded round this dirty looking ginger kitten. I asked them who''''s cat it was and they said that he''''d just appeared from under a car parked nearby and wouldnt leave them alone. I picked him up and took him home. He was very thin, and covered in oil and grease. After a good meal and sleep I took him to the RSPCA to see if he was microchipped. He was and belonged to a woman only a mile away. When I phoned her she said she didnt want him back. Him and his sister had been missing for 4 months and the family had replaced him with a dog. So Dennis moved in with me. Unfortuneatly I never found his sister. br /
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Dixie is the baby of the household. I succesfully rehomed her Mum Billie but could not resist little Dix as she has so much character, in fact she thinks she''''s a dog and can happily spend hours chasing and bringing back a ball for me to throw.


Dennis

Dennis

Flo

Flo

This is my partially feral eldest female. Asleep in her favourite bed :)

Zola

Zola

the 'daddy' of the household


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