FOUR beautiful pedigree cats are looking for a home where they can enjoy living their senior years in comfort and peace.

Arwen, a 16 year old Bengal; Evie, an eight-year-old Rag doll and Ben and Bonnie, both 11-year-old British Blues, are being cared for by The Pet Joint near Denbigh.

One of their old clients, who emigrated to America after getting married, got in touch with the Pet Joint asking for their help. The client's mother had died at her home in Cheshire and the police had been called to break down the door.

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It was sadly confirmed that she had died a number of days earlier.

The woman and her family originate from Bangor.

Steve Belgrau, who runs the Luxury Pet Home Boarding Hotel, said: "She left behind four pedigree cats. There was also a 18-month old Chihuahua who is very nervous and is currently staying with us. We hope to build on her social skills as it is unlikely she has met other dogs before.

"We liaised with the police and agreed to take them into our care until new homes could be found.

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"They were very hungry and thirsty upon arrival due to being alone for some time. They are now looking much better and have been to see the vet to make sure all is ok."

Evie is a little thinner than the others and Ben has a congenital issue where he has a malformed rib.

Arwen has a touch of Arthritis in her back leg but can manage fine.

"You wouldn't think they are the age they are," Steve added.

"Luckily though they are all in great health, apart from the odd missing tooth."

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Steve said all the cats are friendly and loving.

"It would be great to find a home together but realistically we know that's a big commitment, so as long as they can go in pairs we'd be happy," he said.

"They have lived as house cats all their lives.

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"We'd urge anyone who thinks they could give them a forever home to get on touch with us.

"The ideal home would be somewhere peaceful and spacious, indoors - maybe wig in a window to sit on and look out of.

"Ideally, no young children due to their age and no other cats. They've only ever known each other and with their age it may be too much for them.

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Steve Belgrau, who runs the Luxury Pet Home Boarding Hotel the Pet Joint near Denbigh. Picture: Kerry Roberts

"We don't want to put anyone off and we will consider all homes individually. They may accept a small dog that's been used to cats."

For more information or any readers that feel they may be a match can telephone 07845752977 or message The Pet Joint on Facebook.