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 22/6/2017
Bucky seems to have been quite a wanderer, visiting several local “hotels” where kindly people fed him before coming into our care. Initially timid, Bucky is a friendly cat who loves having his head rubbed and would benefit from one to one attention to boost his confidence. Sadly he has had a couple of epileptic fits since he has been with us but these are controlled by tablets that he takes with his food. He would appreciate a clam, relaxed home environment with perhaps, pensioners or single quiet people. (JP)
Lily has been a much loved cat who arrived with her own box of possessions and toys. She is a beautiful friendly puss who came into our care because of her owner’s change in circumstances and is looking for a home where she can enjoy lots of fuss and attention. (JP)
Three more beautiful ginger cats in our care ranging from a champagne coloured female to a standard ginger male to a very dark ginger youngster. The first two are under two years old and the youngster under one. They have only lived indoors but there is no reason why they shouldn’t go out and discover the joys of trees and leaves swept by the wind. They have led a very sheltered life with just one older woman and will need gentle introductions to the world. The photo shows the two adult cats, Deewee and Peewee. (AS)
PEEWEE NOW HOMED, THE TWO BOYS RESERVED
This baleful looking chap is Kattycat, big, black and white & beautiful! And being FIV + makes this handsome lad even more special. He can lead a very full life with a few “minor” adjustments here & there. He needs to be offered an indoor or enclosed home where he doesn’t have contact with other cats (unless it’s another FIV cat). This is to protect him from illnesses that other cats may be carrying as his immune system will not protect him as much as a normal cat’s would. This chap has clearly been having a very rough time but is now fully fit again. Let’s see if we can put the smile back on his face by finding him a new loving owner. (SF)
Two eight year old sisters who would like to be adopted by the same family so that they can stay together but this is not essential. Taboo has startlingly blue eyes and is very friendly and affectionate. She loves to sit on your lap and purr gently! We think she may be deaf and she will be having some veterinary attention to her curly ears but being deaf doesn’t seem to bother her. Oakley too is a smart looking cat and initially is quite dependent on her sister but once she has got over her shyness, she is just as friendly. They may well be happier without young children as they are not keen on their fosterer’s grandchildren and hide! (JM)
Tuppence has come to us as her owner is pregnant and is finding life a bit too demanding. She is a dear little soul, under two years old and is used to children. She likes to be able to explore the great outdoors but is always keen for a lap to sit on and to have a fuss. (SF)
Tigger has come into our care as his owner sadly died. He is a ten year old boy who has spent his whole life with one family. He is used to the freedom of outdoors and is finding it hard to adjust to being in a pen. Tigger would like a quiet home without children or other pets where he can have access to a garden and enjoy the summer sunshine.
William is initially a rather timid chap who seems unsure of the welcome he will receive. He has become a sweet, affectionate boy and will flourish in a quiet home where he can take things at his own pace. A cat experienced patient owner would be an advantage.
These two were urgently seeking a new home but are now in our care. Lucky has a slightly damaged mouth after an accident but aren’t they beautiful boys! They are both friendly, five years old and are used to living in a family. they will of course be initially nervous but they soon get over that and will make lovely family pets. (AS)
Three beautiful mature boys whose owner has sadly died. Their loving secure lives have been turned upside down and they are currently rather frightened and bewildered. Ralf, the grey one, was his owner’s favourite and he would be happy to go to a new home on his own where the other two would be happy to stay together, although both could go as single cats too. They are all chunky cats, lots to cuddle! they are used to living with other cats and with dogs. Cat friendly dogs only though please! (SF)
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