Kahlo the cat finally finds a home after CNJ helps appeal
Tabby spent more than 100 days waiting for someone to adopt her, but is now home in time for Christmas
20 December, 2018 — By Samantha Booth
FELINE festive? Kahlo, the cat who spent more than 100 days at a care home without any takers to give her a home, is set to have the best Christmas ever after being found a “forever home” shortly after appearing in the New Journal.
Kahlo had been spending her days in the office of the Cats Protection adoption centre in Archway after the death of her owner earlier this year. While cats usually spend up to a fortnight in the centre before being rehomed, nine-year-old Kahlo – who is nervous around groups of people and strangers – had been waiting and waiting.
After our report last week, however, the centre said the publicity had done wonders and Kahlo now had somebody willing to provide a home and some patience. The adoption centre in Junction Road has several cats looking for new homes.