#Caturday: Meet cute cat Atlas at London Inner City Kitties looking for a new home for 2023

Could you adopt Atlas the cat from London Inner City Kitties? This fluffy boy has been described as playful, curious and adventurous, always leading the way to start playing games with owners
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Cat lovers of London - meet Atlas. Atlas is currently looking for a new home through London Inner City Kitties, who are part of L.I.C.K; a group of cat rescuers who have merged resources to help kitties in need, especially those overlooked and in the most need of medical attention and long-term fostering.

L.I.C.K help London cats by taking in abandoned pets and rehoming them after they have been neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and treated for fleas and worms, trapping feral cats and rehoming them on farms or in stables through partnering charities, taking in cats injured in the streets by foxes, cars or humans and finding new homes for cats whose owners have died or can no longer care for them.

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Atlas is very curious and adventurous. He is always the instigator of  play, so a great tip for his new family to win his heart is to have lots of toys and playtime. A home with other kitties will also be welcome for Atlas, as he is fine interacting with other cats.

This fluffy-eared boy’s new family will need to keep in mind that he loves to talk, which means you’ll hear him meowing around the house. Atlas has been neutered, just like all cats from London Inner City Kitties, so there should be no concerns regarding Atlas suddenly becoming a daddy!

Atlas is sure to be a super special and loving addition to the family that adopts him. Most ages on the London Inner City Kitties website are approximations as the rescue team don’t always have the kitty’s medical history.

How can I adopt Atlas?

Before filling in the adoption form on London Inner City Kitties website, the organisation ask prospective furry parents to thoroughly read their guide for newly adopted kitties to have realistic expectations of the responsibility of owning a kitty and to familiarise yourself with their FAQs to learn more about the adoption process and their response times.

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There is an adoption fee for Atlas of £80 - this goes towards the large vet bills and maintenance costs that London Inner City Kitties shoulder in order to ensure beloved feline friends are well taken care of while awaiting a new home.

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