Lily and Elsa are 7-8 years old, spayed, and were already rescued via RSPCA not so long ago but sadly need a new home again due to the owner not being home much.
They are in Rugeley, Staffordshire and you can apply from anywhere but you would have to visit them at home. Both cats were abused in a former home and they have a fear of things like brooms and mops. They are healthy and happy, and they have had very recent vet checks, with a vet letter for each cat, saying they are fully healthy. The cats are not vaccinated though; a new owner will need to take this on if the cats will be in a colony with others.
You should be a confident, experienced adopter and already own (or have owned) Persians or chinchillas. If you have other cats, they should be sociable and non-dominant, ideally the same breeds or relaxed breeds like Maine Coon, Birman.
These cats are strictly indoor-only except if you have an escape-proofed garden and you must have no visiting pre-teens.
Above: Elsa (Front) and Lily to rear. Above : Elsa
Above: LilyTo apply:
Complete an Adoption Interest FormTo reserve:
Fund the adoption fee in the website Shop. If approved, no more fees are due, and if declined, it is refunded in full.Lily:
She is the shy one. We believe she is a Chinchilla Persian.
She took a long time to socialise in the beginning but is quite ok now with us and regular visitors to our home.
She does doesn't seek human contact, but if you get hold of her to groom her or do other care tasks, she doesn't put up a fight but runs off at the earliest opportunity. She is not aggressive at all.
She doesn't much care for young children who are both noisy and boisterous. She likes wet food such as Whiskas pouches and Royal Canin Persian biscuits.
She is an indoor cat but likes to venture into the secure garden as long as the house remains accessible to her. She is easily spooked by leaves blowing etc. Her coat is long and easy to groom if done regularly. She is healthy and happy. She will meet and greet you once comfortable with you but this may take a while.
She is a real character. Loves a good fuss.
She is happy and healthy.
Her coat is a lot more difficult to maintain than Lily's. She does enjoy being groomed though.
She is shy with strangers but comes round quicker than Lily.
She needs to eat only dry food as she does tend to be a little sick if she eats wet food. It can also upset her tummy. She loves being in the garden as long as she can access the house when she's spooked (usually by a leaf passing by).
About Chapelhouse Persian Rescue
We were established in 2000 and can rehome Persian cats and pedigree
cats across the whole UK. Please see the other website pages for more information.
Photo: The late Mungo, Chapelhouse mascot and devoted Parcel Inspector.