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Please meet Apollo,

Apollo was born unexpectedly in someones garden. Apollos mother was a stray cat, she gave birth to Apollo and two other kittens. Apollo, his mother and his siblings are now in our care looking for a forever home. 

Apollo lived the first 11 weeks of his life as a stray, he did not have the chance to get used to being around people. Because of this he is extremely nervous of people and will hiss and spit when someone approaches him. Apollo is going to need a confident and experienced owner who will have the time to get him comfortable around people. 

The staff and volunteers here at HULA have been working hard to get Apollo comfortable around people. We have been able to give him a gentle fuss but it is important that we are calm and quiet around him so we do not spook him. We are confident that with the right owner and time, he will come out of his shell and become more confident.

Apollo is a typical kitten who loves to play with all types of toys including his cat tree. Apollo is often found playing on his own, he is currently too nervous to play with people around. 

Apollo can live with children 15 or over as long as they are sensible and have lived with nervous cats before.

Apollo would like access to outdoors once he has settled into his new home and once he has been neutered.

If you could provide Apollo with the home he is looking for, please contact reception for more information.


Coat Type:
Short hair
Access to Outdoors
Age of Children in Family:
Adult Only
Other Cats in Home:
Dogs in Home:
Sociability of Cat:
Less comfortable with people

Centre: Bedfordshire - HULA

Bedfordshire - HULA, Glebe Farm, Salford Road,, Aspley Guise, Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire, MK17 8HZ
Phone Number:
01908 584000
Opening Times:
Open to visitors every Wednesday to Sunday and bank holiday Mondays between 1pm and 3pm (closed Monday and Tuesdays). WE ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS
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All cats taken in by the National Animal Welfare Trust are:

  • Medically checked by a vet and treated if necessary
  • Assessed by our experienced animal care team to understand the type of home they require for their own particular needs
  • Vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and neutered
  • Given four free weeks of Petplan insurance
  • Given an individual training plan according to their needs.