Two older cats, Posh and Kiki have been patiently waiting to be adopted for two years.
The due are available for rehoming from the RSCPA Kidderminster and District branch in Worcestershire where they have been waiting for a long time.
They were taken into RSPCA care because sadly their elderly owner could no longer care for them. Now they are looking for a second chance at happiness where they can spend their twilight years.
Posh is a female 10-year old long haired grey and white cat who loves attention and loves nothing more than lying in her warm bed and watching the world go by.
Kiki is a make 12-year old black and white cat who is very laid back and independent. He also loves lounging in his bed and curling up on a warm lap for a cuddle.
The pair are inseparable and would be best suited to a retired or semi-retired home so they could have a quieter pace of life and someone who is going to be around for a good part of the day.
Janis Borely, branch chair, said: “These two are both very friendly cats so we are really puzzled why it has taken so long to find them a home. All they need is a second chance at happiness but sadly they have been overlooked for a long time, having been cared for by the branch for almost two years.
“On average its takes cats over seven years old, 45 days to find a home but poor Posh and Kiki have been waiting so much longer than that.”