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In April 2007 The Palace Cattery was bought by Derek, Jenny and Sharon Mansfield. It was originally built and owned by Charlotte and Rob Prior in 2004. We are a family of cat lovers and have always had cats in our lives. At the moment we have Molly, a lovely Black and White cat, who joined our family in 2008. Some of you may know we lost Molly's Brother Sam in 2011 and so we decided to get another kitten. Shelley, who works with us here in the Cattery part-time, runs a foster home for the Thames Valley Animal Welfare and she had a Ginger and White Kitten, who was found on his own in a cardboard box on the London Road in Reading, fortunately someone rescued him and he ended up at Shelley's house ready for re-homing. Bizarrely he looked very similar to Sam, so of course we had to have him. He certainly is a character and is always getting up to mischief. We have put some videos of him on our Facebook and YouTube page.

As some of you may know we lost our beloved Harry in the summer of 2014, he was 19 years old and we lost Tammy, our Singpura Cross on 18th February 2016, she was 18! Prior to Tammy's passing, we had agreed to take Frankie in from another client, who was not able to take her when they moved to the West Country. She is 10 years old and is a British Grey Shorthair. There are a selection of photos past and present featured on this page.

Prior to owning the Cattery we had Joshua, a Persian Blue & Moppet a Tabby Moggy. Before that it was Pixie & Dixie, two Ginger farm cats, they followed Andy a six toed Moggy. They have all been a big part of our lives & will always last in our memories.

If anyone is interested in re-homing a kitten or a cat and you live in the Thames Valley area then you can have a look on the Thames Valley Animal Welfare website

Derek and Jenny
Kian, Jenny and Derek

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