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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.

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