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 19/9/2017
Blackberry is a very young mum who has raised her family with care and devotion during her time in our care. Her four black daughters will all be looking for homes towards the end of September but Berry herself is almost ready to leave us. She is a friendly puss but is not keen on dogs or other cats. She needs to be an only pet which is surprising as she is very sweet and gentle with people! (CO)
Another handsome black chap, Cassidy has had a confusing time recently since his owner died. A kindly lady has ensured that he has been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped before passing him into our care to find him a new forever home. He is a lovely friendly boy used to living with a single lady so would probably do best in a quiet household. He is not a lap cat but likes to twine round your legs so possibly not a good cat for the elderly or infirm. (JM)
Stripe, is another of three sisters and the other two have now been adopted. Stripe was sadly in advanced stages of pregnancy so, while we love having the babies, she will not be able to leave us until her babies are weaned, probably around the beginning of October. (AS)
PS Stripe has produced three beautiful babies on 22/7/17. They will be ready to go to their new homes at the end of October! All three are now booked.
Tabatha (a male!) and Gizmo (also male, ginger ) have only just arrived with us. Another case, sadly where their owner was unable to take them to the new home she was moving to. We will update this post when we know more about them. We understand they are a really cracking pair and would like a home together if possible. (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! (RE)
Awaiting a visit from a potential home. Fingers crossed!
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! (KW)
Pebbles is an adorable apricot tortie who is looking for a home with adults without other cats, dogs or children! She is friendly and loving and, once she gets to know you is up for a nap on a lap. If you are looking for a companion who does not ask a lot from you she is just the cat for you! (JP)
This handsome lad has spent much of his time on the streets . We don’t know whether this was because he was unneutered – he is now! – or whether he wasn’t keen on the children in his family or maybe the dog? He is a friendly cuddly chap who would love to be adopted by a quiet family who have lots of time to fuss and cuddle him.