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 6/11/2018
Luna is thought to be about 15 months old and her son, Ginge, about 8 months or so. They are a devoted couple and it would be ideal (though not essential) if they could be re-homed together. Luna has gorgeous, huge green eyes and is very gentle and loving. Ginge has obviously inherited these characteristics from her and shows great affection. He’s very vocal, playful and a real ginger treasure! (SB)
Moses is a very affectionate, loving cat but he does have some health issues which will not be insurable. He has a very occasional epileptic fit but, on the whole, these are controlled by taking regular tablets which he eats with his food. He recently has had a urinary blockage so is now on a special diet of urinary food which, thankfully, he loves. He is only 8 years old so has plenty of life left in him yet. He would welcome a quiet, peaceful home without any potential stress, probably without other animals. An inside home would be welcome so that his new owner can keep a close eye on him.
Emily is a stunning Spotted Bengal pedigree (no papers), 15 years young. She is a lively lass with lots of the usual Bengal features like a fine set of lungs and a sharp set of claws. She loves fuss and enjoys having a lap to sit on. Sadly she lost an eye and had her jaw broken in a road traffic mishap some years ago so she is only able to eat pate style food as she can’t deal with chunks or lumps any more. She came into our care with…
William. Like Emily, William is also 15 years old and came into us as his owner has gone into care. He is a very nervous lad and any potential adopter should be prepared to allow him 3 weeks to settle before he will find the courage to approach his new humans. Once settled he will be fine with his owners but will probably run and hide if strangers come or if there are loud noises. Both cats enjoy the outdoor life and do not need to be homed together though William may find it reassuring to have his familiar companion with him. (JLS)
Betty should really be called “Bibs” ‘cos of her delightful white bib under her chin!
She’s a very pretty cat, a devoted mother and very protective towards her five kits. Although affectionate once she gets to know you and gentle, she remains quite shy/nervous but never shows aggression…neither, so far, do her babies. We think she could be about two years old. Though we reckon she’s been fending for herself for a time and lost trust in humans to a degree, its clear that by her reactions to kindness and care, she has been much loved at one time in her short life. (CO)
Crumpet (right) and Hovis (below) were found in Bakery Mews, hence the names! They are young cats, under a year old, maybe around 8 months. We would like these two to be adopted as a pair as Crumpet is a little nervous but we are confident she will relax once she is loved and cherished in her new home.
Mr Tiddles was an inappropriate gift and his owner is now pregnant and doesn’t feel she can give a lively young cat the life he deserves. Like all youngsters, Mr Tiddles will enjoy playing games with fishing rod toys and hopes to have a garden where he can play pouncing and hunting games and hopefully do a bit of tree hugging! He would suit a family with children old enough to treat him gently, with love and care.
Tuxedo went to stay with a kindly couple when his owner went into hospital but sadly, she never came home. He has joined the family but unfortunately his new owner is now seriously ill and Tux needs to find a new forever home. He is a lovely boy with beautiful piano toes and has contentedly lived indoors for the last two years. There is no reason why he shouldn’t venture outside but would clearly be happy as an inside cat. (JLS)
These two beauties lost their home when one of their owners died and the other was taken into care. They are mature cats, both over 10 years old, but have plenty of life left in them yet. They are used to living mainly outside but are friendly affectionate cats who would enjoy being inside as well as outside. Neither is used to a lot of handling but they love being stroked and fussed and will get used to more fuss when they have got the hang of it! (SF)
These lively youngsters couldn’t be photographed together as they were much too busy to stand still for long! A delightfully playful pair, they lost their home because of a relationship breakdown and would love to be offered a new loving home together. (JLS)