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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Shadow has had some rough experiences with small children and needs very gentle handling so she gets to understand that not all humans are a threat. Not yet two years old, she needs a quiet home with people who will also her to make friends at her own pace. She has now settled down with us and responded well to a quieter life. (RE)
Doris is a stunning lass with a shiny coat and beautiful green eyes. She is said to be wary with strangers but she has been fine with us. She is around four years old and enjoys the great outdoors. She will pop home for lunch but enjoys checking out her territory most of the time. Her brother, Dan, Is also looking for a new home but the two cats do not seem particularly fond of each other so could be adopted individually. (CC)
Dan is Doris’ brother, see above. Like his sister, he enjoys spending time outside but checks in several times a day to make sure all is well with his world. A strikingly handsome mackerel tabby, he could be adopted with Doris or alone as they do not seem particularly bonded. (CC)
Gwen is a sweet youngster who’s arrived in our care as her owner felt she was not compatible with a young child. She is a friendly, affectionate cat who will make a lovely companion. (SF)
Tufty is a substantial tabby lady who, most of the time, is a delightful, friendly cat. She can however, lash out for no apparent reason so must be recorded as having an unpredictable nature. She might fare well as a stable cat or a smallholding cat as she has spent a lot of time enjoying the outside pleasures. (CO)
You get a lot for your money with Smudge! A substantial chap, he offers a warm purry body to cuddle up with and will make an excellent companion cat. He is a very easy going, laid-back chap, around 11 years old, who would like another pensioner with whom to share his days. He will be having a dental before he leaves our care but otherwise is in good health. (JM)
Ginny is a beautiful pale ginger all over but when she arrived, her coat is not in the best of conditions as she had a couple of scabby bits on her back. She has had a rough time, living with an elderly couple who were forever shouting and screaming at each other and Ginny is consequently not keen on loud noises and runs to hide. She is a very sweet natured cat who responds well to friendly strokes. She enjoys supervising whatever jobs you are doing!
After numerous tests, it now appears that Ginny has an allergy which is causing the skin problems. She is being treated with an appropriate medication but as yet, it doesn’t seem to be having a great deal of effect. While the injuries don’t seem to bother Ginny at all, we are still hoping to find a way of alleviating them.
HOMED AT LAST!
Lolly is a very beautiful puss who is very nervous of going outside. She was once chased by a dog and she now prefers the safe indoors couch potato life. She is on the chunky side and we will be helping her to lose a little weight but at present there is a lot of her to love! she is a very friendly puss, around 5 years old. (SF)
Reserved until 23/1/18
The three beautiful black and white cats on our Homing Direct Page are now in our care. They are youngsters, friendly and loving. Brian and Fluffy are 4 years old, Bella is about 2 years old. They have been very well loved by their previous owner who is very distressed at having to give them up through no fault of her own. (JP)
Bella has now been adopted. The two boys are still available as a pair.
George is a sturdy black chap who was living as a stray in Cinderford for a long time. He came to us with breathing problems, drippy eyes and a snotty nose! But we still loved him as he is a real character. Despite lots of vet treatment he still has his snotty nose and weepy eyes and we think we have done as much as we can to get this chap back on his paws. His weepy eyes are just tears as his tear ducts are blocked and just need a gentle wipe. His nose also needs a wipe occasionally as he seems to create much excess mucus. He is a very friendly chap who loves to be with you, helps in the garden and keeps an eye open for any potential burglars by sitting at the window. A lovely chap in need of just a little daily maintenance! (AS)