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 22/11/2017
Moses and Lottie are in urgent need of a new home as sadly, their owner has died. Both are sociable cats. Lottie is completely blind and is a couch potato who enjoys lots of fuss and grooming. She can go out into an enclosed garden but must be carefully watched as she could get lost if she ventures too far afield. Moses is very playful and loves his toys. He likes going out and about and will sometimes bring a gift home with him. Both are youngsters, about 3 years old.
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. (KW)
Ginge has had the joy of 11 acres to call his own so we are looking for someone with a very large garden or immediate access to the Forest for this delightful chap. At 9 years old, he has been very well cared for and loved throughout his life and came to us neutered, fully vaccinated and microchipped. Sadly his owner died and he doesn’t get on with another cat in the relative’s household so he has had to come to us. A friendly confident chap, he likes to accompany his family on walks (if safe to do so) but he also enjoys a warm comfortable home and being part of a family.
Withdrawn at present. Awaiting test results.
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. (KW)
Despite the name, Tabitha is a boy!!! He and his brother Gizmo have come into our care through a change in their owner’s circumstances. At 7 years old, they are friendly, loving cats who are devoted to each other and often curl up in the same basket. They are used to the great outdoors and to living with other animals so access to a garden or the Forest would be high on their wish list. (JP)
Sooty has come into our care as his owner is very poorly. He is a substantial puss so there is a lot of him to love! He looks after his long coat very well by himself though regular grooming always helps things along. He does not get on with other cats or dogs but would love to be the centre of your world. He enjoys visiting his territory so will need access to outoors and he has his own delightful way of telling you when he wants to go out! (JM)
Jade has successfully brought up her five beautiful kittens but is now fed up with them and is looking for a home to escape from them! She is only a baby herself and was left behind when her owner moved away. She is an A1 human companion and loves to be with you all the time supervising the jobs, although she is apt to doze off leaning against you! She is not good with other cats. She is inclined to twine round your legs so may trip up the elderly or anyone unsteady on their feet but she more than makes up for that with the love she gives! (JB)
This distinctive puss is not currently in our care but she is looking for a new home without dogs. A lady of middle age she would be good companion for an older person of someone housebound.
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 which are now healing. 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!
We now believe that the over-grooming and consequent sore spots are largely caused by stress and anxiety as she has improved now she has been in a home situation for a few weeks. It is likely that this problem will recur when she is adopted but are confident that she will be fine again once she has settled. We need a calm, gentle, quiet home for this loving little puss. (KW)
This is Mr Fish in his smart black and white tuxedo. He is a friendly purry chap who would love to be adopted by a quiet family who have lots of time to fuss and cuddle him. He would prefer to be an only pet.