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 22/6/2018
Guinness is a stocky black lad who was found with a nasty abscess on his tail so we suspect he may have been running away from his aggressor! He is a lovely friendly boy and his wounds are healing well. He is not ready to leave us yet as he need neutering and vaccinating still. We can’t do this until he is fully recovered. We do not know his age but would guess he is a youngish adult, maybe 5 years old. (JM)
Oscar is a beautiful sleek and shiny black chap about 3 years old. He came into our care with Milly and the two of them could be adopted together. Like Milly, Oscar is initially shy but he soon gets the hang of new people and will make a great family pet. We were told he is a totally laid back cat once he has found his confidence but he has only been with us for a few days as we write this. (SF)
We were all delighted to get Blackjack safely into our care as he has suffered from 4 years of misunderstanding and neglect. He arrived with a nasty wound on his front left paw which we suspect would not have been treated by his family so, if he had to be injured, at least he had the timing right. He is now on his second treatment of antibiotics and once that is complete, we will neutered and vaccinate him. He is tolerant of people and loves a fuss but is wary and defensive if you are over friendly with him. He is a lovely puss but it will take a time before he fully trusts again. No young children and probably no other pets.
Update 14/5 Jack has now been neutered and is becoming much more trusting. (SF)
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)
When Tigger came into our care he was frightened of his own shadow – we don’t know why. He has made progress and now enjoys a stroke from his fosterer although any strange noise or new person will send diving for cover again. We are looking for a very special person with endless patience who would welcome the challenge of gaining his trust. At four years old, he will probably need to be an indoor cat but could benefit from living wit another gentle puss to give him confidence.
Tonto and Nanners are a delightful pair of youngsters who came a cropper with a landlord who kicked Tonto in the head with a steel capped boot. Fortunately the vet thinks that he has suffered only bruising but understandably the other lodgers in the house, took the cats away to a safe haven immediately. Tonto has his check up at the vet tomorrow (24th April) and both cats will have their first vaccinations. They must be adopted together as they are devoted to one another.
Tilly is a pretty tabby with tortie tendencies. She first came to us seven years ago as a young mum and was homed to a lady but proved to be a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde character. She loves cuddles and will leap on to her fosterer’s lap as soon as she sits down but occasionally naughty Tilly will nip the back of your ankles as you walk by. Tilly has been with us far too long and we would love to see her settled in a new home with cat-experienced people, or perhaps in stables or a smallholding where she could earn her keep on rodent patrol. (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 is quite a wanderer and will definitely need access to outside. She doesn’t enjoy having a lot of fuss but will accept a gentle stroke or two! She would love to enjoy the summer weather so please consider offering a home. (JB)
Milly is a very pretty young cat who has come into our care as a result of a marriage break up. She could be homed with Oscar who came from the same household. She is about a year old and will be a little nervous on first acquaintance but soon gets used to strokes and cuddles and, despite only being with us a short time, is loving playing with her toys and having her tummy tickled. She will make a lovely family cat, probably best with children over the age of five. (SF)
Heidi was found straying but we have not been able to find her owners. She is a very sweet and friendly cat although she is not keen on being picked up and doesn’t seem to want to sit on a lap. Has she lived with young children maybe, who were perhaps a bit rough with her? She loves a fuss and is perfectly comfortable with people and would be a welcome addition to any family but perhaps without very small children. (JLS)