QUINCY was born around April 2007 and was picked up as a stray covered in fleas. The right hand picture shows him with his companion kitten Mushu.  Quincy rehomed by Paws for Life.
ROGER is called Roger the Dodger because he used to hide from strangers. He is FIV+ve. He came to 9 Lives through another cat rescue organisation because his owners were threatening to have him killed, but the cat rescue group was totally full. 9 Lives stepped in to help out. Roger is very sweet natured. He was born about 1999.
RAGGIE is thought to be a Lynx Tabby Point cross born early 2012. He was begging for someone to take care of him. Rehomed by Paws for Life.
RALPH was born early 2008 and he likes to play tricks. He is a sweet natured boy but he can get a bit naughty when the mood takes him. He had to be the only cat in the house and have plenty of room to burn up all his energy. 
Rehomed by Paws for Life.

RANDALL was born about 2009 and was picked up as a stray.  Rehomed by Paws for Life.

ROONEY was a stray and being fed by a kind lady.  He was born about January 2012 and has a lovely chunky face. Rehomed by Paws for Life.
ROBBY's owners were expecting a baby and they were concerned that because Robby was young and very playful, he may scratch the baby once born.  Robby (pictured above) was born early 2011. Rehomed by Paws for Life.
ROCCO is FIV+ve and was about to be put to sleep even though he was young, born about 2005-6 (2-3 years old when taken into Paws for Life care).
RODNEY was born 2003-4 and he likes his home comforts. Rodney is a really big boy who is FIV+ve.
Rehomed by Paws for Life.
ROLO came from another facility for special needs cats. He was born about 2007. He had to have his front leg amputated due to severe damage caused by his collar. He needed time and patience to overcome his time on the streets, let alone the terrible injury he has suffered. This is a prime example of what can happen when a collar is put on too loose. It can get wedged under the armpit. Collars should have no more than one finger's breadth between collar and cat and should be regularly checked for adjustment.  Rehomed by Paws for Life.
This very pretty cat is called ROSALIND, born January 2010.  She had a problem, possibly a virus, which affected her back legs. Rehomed by Paws for Life.
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