Royal Family of Cats ready for rehoming

10 JUNE 2016

Our Old Windsor centre is bursting with cats seeking new homes, with a family of royals amongst the dynasty.

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William, Kate, George and Charlotte are amongst the royals that have found themselves at our Old Windsor centre and are looking for new manors to rule.

George and Charlotte, 12-week-old domestic short-hair kittens, arrived at Old Windsor earlier this week and are ready to take reign of a new palace as a pair.

William and Kate, four-year-old domestic short-hairs, are also among the royal monarchy and are counting on being crowned with a new home.

The Queen’s official 90th birthday on Saturday 11 June sparked the royal naming of the felines. Caroline Shilton, Cattery Team Leader at our Old Windsor centre named the cats and commented: “With such an historic event approaching it seemed only fitting to name some of our newest arrivals after the Royal Family. Although there are only a handful of royally named cats to be rehomed, there is still the opportunity for people to rehome a cat of their choice, and rename it after their favourite royal to mark the occasion.”

Adult cat Arthur is among other royals looking for new homes, and kittens Beatrice and Phillip will also be available for rehoming in the coming weeks.

Find out about our simple three-step cat rehoming process.