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Happy Tails - Aurora's Story

Aurora’s is another animal who has recently been rehomed by Leicester Animal Aid.

Aurora's new owners were smitten with her from the start. Now she is now the light of their lives.

Aurora, a Domestic Shorthair cat, came into the Centre quite heavily pregnant and, like so many queens before her, gave birth to her kittens in our Cattery. L.A.A. staff are widely experienced in helping pregnant queens and, for cats in this situation, we have a quiet nursery set apart from the other cat pods where new mums can begin to raise their young. After Aurora had nursed her kittens, and they left for their new homes, it was her turn to find a forever family to give her the life she deserved.

A very sweet cat who loves some fuss, Aurora loves a soft lap to curl up on. Being quite confident and playful, staff searched for a home where she could live with sensible children who would give her plenty of love and playtime, but understand that there would be times when she needed her own space. 

We are pleased to say that Aurora is now thriving in her new abode and has truly become part of the family. Mum Laura says:

“Aurora has settled into her home really well; she even bought me her first mouse home on my birthday! She loves to bounce on the trampoline with the children, and she is going outside now but only goes in the garden, then comes in meowing to tell us she is home.”