A stray cat known to walk the streets of a neighbourhood in Bracknell is in need of a loving home.

Ahead of National Black Cat Day on Tuesday, October 27, Cats Protection has been letting residents know of their cats which need adopting.

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A cat called Colin who was named by residents in Northcott, Bracknell, is up for fostering.

He had been wandering the streets and neighbours houses, where residents would often find Colin curled up on people's beds - but he would run away when they'd try to touch him.

Cats Protection said: "Colin is approximately five year's old and was named by the residents of Northcott, where he had been stray for over a year...

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"He was reported to the branch by a kind lady, whose daughter did eventually manage to build up his trust, and she could stroke him whilst he was eating.

"Sadly, he is not microchipped and was also unneutered, and so there is no owner to reunite him with."

Volunteers at the cat rescue do not know if Colin is suitable to live with other cats, dogs or children.

He also requires a home where he can access the outside world as he loves to explore.


Can you help to give this boy the home that he deserves? If so then please contact the branch on Adoptions@bracknell.cats.org.uk, or telephone 03453 714 212. Calls are answered Monday - Friday. 9am - 5pm.