The cats listed below are all available for adoption unless otherwise stated. These are not the only cats in our care so, if you are thinking of adopting from us and hoped to find a cat of a different colour, age or sex, do give us a ring to see if we have what you are looking for.
You may also like to take a look at our Homing Direct page for cats who are still living with their owners but waiting to come into our care.
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LAST UPDATED 13/4/2018
Thomas was found as an unneutered stray in the Lydbrook area. He is a mature chap with a good healthy appetite, probably around 8 or 9 years old, though he seems to grow younger by the day! He is friendly and affectionate so must once have had a loving home. His fosterer tells me that an adopter must be able to offer a substantial lap! We don’t know how he would get on with dogs or children. (CO)
Thomas will be moving to Hereford Adoption Centre on Weds, 4th April so contact us quickly if you are hoping to adopt him.
No naughty tortie about Lucy! You couldn’t hope to meet a more loving, friendly cat! She will run to greet you when you arrive home, purring enthusiastically and will sit on your lap for as long as you can give her. She came from a home with children but no dogs and would love the same again. Her son is also in need of a home but his story is more complicated… (see Tigger)
Fudge is a very friendly affectionate puss, always ready to greet us and have a bit of fuss. She enjoys the great outdoors and can be counted on to help with any gardening chores while also spending time indoors. She could be homed with Honey, her black and white sister, but the two don’t seem to have much in common except they are both nice cats! They were originally Cats Protection kittens and have been well loved for the 3 years they have been with their family. She is used to dogs.
HOMED WITH HONEY
Lola has been in our care for quite a while so it would be great if someone would offer to adopt her soon. she came from a family who loved her dearly but two of the children were severely allergic to her. We were hoping medical tests would find another cause but sadly Lola was a contributory factor so she cannot go back to her family. She is a dear little cat and will make a lovely pet for a family. (JM)
Tigger is Lucy’s son, now 4 years old. He is looking for a cat whisperer to help him recover from a traumatic incident in his past which has left him frightened of everything. Sadly, we don’t know what happened and he came from a lovely family who don’t know why he is as he is. We are taking things very gently and slowly and he is making very slow progress but he will need to relearn this bravery when he goes to live with new people. (JP)
This is a typical pose for Honey who is the original couch potato! Honey is Fudge’s sister and was originally a Cats Protection kitten but the two are totally different in character. Honey likes to be indoors and to follow her owner around in the hope of a cuddle and seldom ventures outside. The two could be adopted together or separately.
HOMED WITH FUDGE
Tilly is a very pretty mature puss, about 7 years old. A lighter tabby, she has lovely markings and a sweet face. We are bemused by her as she was adopted from our care five years ago and her owner loved her dearly but was occasionally submitted to an aggressive attack for no apparent reason. She is now back with us and we have seen no signs of aggression so far but clearly, a new owner should be aware of this possibility. (JP)
Polly is past the first flush of your but still has plenty of mileage in her. At 12 years old, she is ready for a less active life and would enjoy a quiet household where she can relax without noisy children or other animals. She doesn’t enjoy having a lot of fuss but will accept a gentle stroke or two! (LF)
A fitting name for a girl with the golden glow of summer days, Summer is still a youngster who came to us with Polly – although the two are not keen on each other so could be adopted separately. The two have only just arrived so we will update the posts when we know them better.
Ernest was found as a stray and taken to a local vet as another animal had bitten him. He is now fully recovered and looking for a new home. He is a youngster, very small in size and his coat is as soft as any we have ever had the pleasure of stroking. Ernest loves a fuss and a cuddle and, as you can see, he loves his grub!