Two cats down, four left – can you adopt a feline pal?

Two lucky cats have been rehomed, but four more moggies still need a home
Two lucky cats have been rehomed, but four more moggies still need a home

The daughter of a cat lover who passed away says she is ‘over the moon’ after two of the six moggies left behind were rehomed last week.

Barbara Madarang, of The Lawns, Hemel Hempstead, passed away in September aged 83, leaving daughter Linda Paydar to find new homes for her beloved furry felines.

The Gazette published an appeal last week urging readers to come forward and offer a cat a home. A family from Hemel Hempstead got in touch to say they would adopt tabby cat Ginger and white puss Chloe.

Linda, who lives in Crystal Palace, London, said: “It is such a weight lifted. Mum would be so happy to know they’ve both gone to a good home.

“We originally thought she just had three other cats, but now a new black and white one has appeared as well.”

The four moggies are currently being fed by a neighbour, but remain outside in all weathers. Sadly, Linda cannot take the animals in herself because she suffers from a severe allergy.

All the cats are timid but friendly once they get to know you. If you think you have room to give one of them a second chance, call Linda on 07970 555646.