Stacey Solomon takes in stray cat after revealing she couldn’t bring old cat to new home

Stacey Solomon reveals her now 'forever' family home

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The Loose Women panellist, 31, recently moved into the house of her dreams and has been documenting the journey for her online fans. Now she has revealed there is an extra addition to her family.

We wish we could have brought Mitzy here

Stacey has now informed her fans that her old cat, Mitzy, has been rehomed after making the tough decision to leave the moggy at her old home.

Mitzy had been spending more time at Stacey’s neighbours home and she made the agonising decision that the move would be too much for the cat.

Taking to her Instagram account where she boasts 4.2 million followers, the mum-of-three shared a video of the “wild” cat eating in her kitchen while her youngest son, Rex, one, looked on in awe at the furry creature.

Captioning her story, Stacey penned: “We wish we could have brought Mitzy here but he became too settled and at home with his new family down the road who also love him and wanting to take him on.

So we thought it would be cruel to bring him out to the middle of nowhere.”

She added: “But things happen in mysterious ways, because the lady who lived here before said she took in a wild cat and couldn’t catch him to bring him with her.

“So she left some food and asked if we could take care of him if he ever came back. And here he is.”

Rex, who was wearing adorable Christmas pyjamas was then seen stroking the new addition to the Solomon-Swash family as Stacey shared another snap captioned: “Welcome to the madhouse fluffy one”.

After sharing her delightful news after acquiring a new fluffy friend, Stacey proceeded to share a video speaking directly to her camera, saying: “Lots of you are like ‘Stace, that cat does not look wild, he looks very well fed!’ He’s not wild now, she’s been feeding him for years!

“But he ran away when she tried to catch him to take him with her so we’ve just been waiting for him to come back, we’ve been putting food out every night and he’s definitely been eating it, unless that’s the foxes.”

Stacey added: “It was so nice to see him in the house this morning, he was really friendly and lovely, hopefully, he likes us and stays!”

The star who found fame on The X Factor has recently returned to social media following a brief hiatus after she became a victim of trolling.

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Solomon has been sharing glimpses of her new Tudor home, which comes with its own swimming pool and sprawling gardens.

Addressing her trolls, she said: “There’s always going to be unkind people out there.

“And I’ve seen a fair few over the last few days especially, people will always try to bring you down… But they don’t matter at all.

“These kind of messages are everything, they cancel out any nastiness and just mean so so so much more.”

Stacey recently became emotional while taking to her seat on Loose Women, saying her new home felt as though she was on holiday.

Speaking about “Pickle Cottage”, she said: “We always thought we would love to move away from London and find somewhere that we could afford with more greenery.

“A house came up, it would cost the same as our house to sell, and we thought, ‘Shall we go for it?’

“Things just happened really quickly and fell into place, we rushed in there and exchanged super quick, we all feel like we’re in an Airbnb and someone is going to say, ‘You check out tomorrow.’

“It’s funny, at 17 I was pushing Zack around in a pram and thinking, ‘Oh my god, my life is over,’ and people said, ‘You’ll never go back to college, what have you done?'”

She went on to add: “We have been really lucky, even finding the house was lucky, these houses don’t go up for sale, people live in them forever and pass them through the family.

“It was a gorgeous woman, and she really wanted the house to go to a family and not to developers, which there was a lot of interest for.”

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