Hey there! I'm Wilba

I'm a 10-year-old Domestic Short Hair from Suffolk rehoming centre and I'm looking for my forever home.

Sponsor Wilba from just £3 a month

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Sponsor Wilba as a gift from £36 a year

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About me

Hello, I’m Wilba.

When I first arrived at Blue Cross I was very worried, but I was lucky enough to spend some time in a foster home where I really came out of my shell. Thankfully when it was time for me to come back to the cattery it didn’t take me long to start making friends. I’m looking for a home where my new owners can help me to settle in at my own pace.

I’m quite the character and am affectionate and playful. I do have a cheeky side too and will let you know when it’s dinner time, just in case you forget!

I can live with sensible school age children following an introduction here at the centre, but I’m looking for a home without dogs or cats please.

Looking forward to meeting you.

How sponsorship works

  1. Choose a pet

    Choose a pet you'd like to sponsor and a monthly amount

  2. Stay in touch!

    Receive a certificate and monthly email updates from your pet

  3. Help another pet

    Once your pet has been rehomed you can choose another pet to help

Help Wilba to find a happy home with the gift of pet sponsorship!

Does your loved one have room in their heart, but not in their home, for a pet of their own? Blue Cross sponsorship is the perfect present for animal lovers.

Sponsor a pet as a gift for your loved one from as little as 70p a week, and they will receive monthly updates from real homeless pets in our care who are just waiting to meet their new families. Your chosen friend or family member will also receive a downloadable certificate from each of the dogs, cats, small pets and horses they’ve helped to find loving new homes.