They may be senior “kittizens” but these three cats are desperately in need of a home to live out their retirement.


Argo, aged 12, Toffee, 11, and Fudge, 13, are all residents at the RSPCA’s Stafford, Wolverhampton and District branch – but due to their age, they have been overlooked by people who want to adopt a cat.

Alison Plant, from the branch, said: “It’s so sad that they keep getting overlooked because of their age, as all three of them are such lovely and friendly cats. We’d love to find homes for them to live out their retirements.”


Argo is a male, tabby and white who is very friendly and inquisitive. He is currently being treated for a thyroid condition which is stabilised, but will need ongoing medication and treatment.

“Argo’s medical condition does need to be managed but we know that there is someone out there who will be able to offer him a loving home,” said Alison.


Toffee, a white and grey female, and Fudge, a tortoiseshell and white female, arrived in the RSPCA’s care together and would ideally be rehomed together.

Alison said: “They are both so friendly and relaxed. Toffee was overweight when she came into our care and still needs to lose a bit. Fudge – who has such a quirky personality – has a back leg missing, but it does not look like an amputation so we assume she was born like this. Her disability does not affect her at all.”

Anyone who is interested in adopting Argo or Toffee and Fudge should contact the RSPCA’s Stafford, Wolverhampton and District branch on 07715 540206 or email

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