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 19/6/2019
Thomas has all the qualifications you could ask for as a companion cat! His elderly owner has sadly been taken into care and Thomas has been lonely living on his own for some months. A senior puss, he won’t be climbing the curtains or going out on the tiles every night. He would just like someone to love and to love him and he will be entirely happy. He has recently had a dental and will be ready to leave us very soon. (RE)
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. She has some serious health issues and is now on borrowed time. Would anyone like to give her the comfort of a home to see out whatever time she has left. She does not get on with other cats and is the aggressor, not the victim! (JLS)
Muffin has done a cracking job rearing her three handsome kittens but she is now getting tired of their antics and would like a home to escape from them. She needs a relaxed, secure home with lots of cuddles and reassurance as she is quite a sensitive puss and tends to pull the fur off her back legs when she gets anxious. She would probably rather be an only pet so she gets all the attention! (LS)
I am gentle Nell. I’m middle-aged, well maybe ten-ish but nobody’s really sure. I’ve had a rough time recently since my (elderly) previous owner had to go into hospital, but I’ve settled well with my fosterer, happy to be loved and cared for again. I may look a tad scruffy but I’m getting prettier every day now someone is looking after me again. (CO)
Lunar came to us with his fluffy black sister, Bella, after their owner was no longer able to keep them. They are very much a pair who like to sleep cuddled up together and have been together all their lives. Sadly Lunar has FIV so he will need an owner who is attentive to him as, if he does pick up an illness, he will need swift and strong treatment from the vet. He should also go to a home where he is unlikely to encounter other cats so that he cannot pass the virus on or pick up any infection from another cat. However, as his sister does not have it, it would indicate that the virus is not passed on that easily! Is there anyone living in a remote place who could offer this lovely affectionate pair a home or anyone with a reasonably large house who could offer them an indoor home? Want more information? Call us!
Thomas, a handsome black lad, was found walking the streets, possibly on the lookout for a girlfriend. Despite extensive advertising, no one has come forward to claim him. His days as a lothario are now over and he is looking for a loving family to adopt him. Around a year old, he is an affectionate boy with an endearing habit of standing on his fosterer’s lap and putting his paws round her neck.
Knuckles is a friendly 9 year old boy who came from a multi-cat household. He had a sore mouth but, following a dental, he is beginning to put on weight again. Although a little timid at first, he is now enjoying one-to-one attention and having his long coat brushed. His dream would be a quiet home without small children but he could probably live with another gentle cat. We also have his sister Pebbles. (JP)
Aslan was found trying to take up residence in a house in St Briavels Common. He is a youngster who has now been neutered and has a clean bill of health. it would be good to know what happened to him as he is not keen on anyone bending over him and is quick to attack. Most of the time he is a sweet, affectionate cat but, because he is a little unpredictable, we feel he would fare better on a farm or small holding where he can keep the rodents at bay in exchange for his keep. He is a friendly chap but not a candidate for the very old, very young or anyone vulnerable. (CC)
Skitsi was originally a farm cat but made her way into the farmhouse and learned to enjoy household comforts. She is a friendly cat who enjoys a fuss and a stroke but she can be unpredictable and has been known to lash out and do damage. With her fosterer she is all purrs and cuddles. She is not keen on dogs and is not a cat for the elderly or for young children but we are hoping there may be a smallholder out there looking for a mouser who would be content to have her company in the house too. (AS)
George (behind) and Lulu recently came to us from a multicat household where life was somewhat unsettled. Unsurprisingly they are both nervous cats and it will take them some time to adjust to life in a new home. They are perfectly happy furry, furry cats with their fosterers now they are familiar with them. They are in no way vicious but will probably stay in hiding for several days while they get to realise that no one is going to hurt them or make loud noises. You will need lots of patience and preferably experience with cats to adopt this handsome pair. (JLS)
Pebbles is our latest arrival and will shortly be having most of her teeth removed as sadly, her previous owner was unable to afford for her to have a dental. She came from a multicat household and is currently relishing all the attention she is receiving from her fosterer. She is a mature puss at 9 years young and we hope she will put on a bit of weight and be able to clean up her beautiful coat when her mouth stops being so sore (AS)
Queenie came to us as a pregnant stray and has spent her time with us rearing her beautiful kittens. She is a really lovely affectionate cat who enjoys helping with jobs and longs to be out and about in the garden again, checking out her territory and sniffing the flowers. (SF)