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Hello there, I'm May.

I arrived at the centre when I was found at a railway yard with my 5 1 day old kittens. Being only young myself and very skinny I was struggling to produce enough milk for my new family. It is thought by the kind people who brought me in that I have had a few litters in the past.

Thankfully after a couple days on some good food at the centre I started producing milk enough for my kittens to grow big and strong. We are now all looking for our forever homes. 

As I seem to have quite a sensitive tummy I have found it hard to put weight on, but slowly this is improving. 

I am around 3 years young and haven't had much of a kittenhood myself, I like to play, have a fuss and I LOVE my food. I enjoy a wander but I may not go too far as I am quite a relaxed kitty. 

Because I was a stray and we don't know how I will be with small humans I am looking for a home with school aged children, around 8+ that can learn and understand cats. 

Although I have had kittens I don't like cats. I am standoffish and hissy, so prefer a home by myself. Dogs are also quite scary.

If you think you have the purfect home for this young mum please contact the centre and ask about me. May x


1 - 4 years
Coat Type:
Short hair
Access to Outdoors
Age of Children in Family:
School aged children
Other Cats in Home:
Dogs in Home:
Sociability of Cat:
Likes to be around people

Centre: Essex - Clacton

NAWT Clacton, The Street, Little Clacton, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, CO16 9LG
Phone Number:
01255 860062
Opening Times:
7 days a week (except Christmas Day & Boxing Day). Dogs & Cats: 1100 - 1500 We regret that due to the coronavirus outbreak, NAWT centres will remain closed to visitors until further notice. However, we are able to recommence rehoming under strict guidelines which are based on the Government’s current social distancing and our sector’s infection control guidance. If you are interested in rehoming any of our animals, please contact the rehoming centre directly by phone or email.
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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.