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 12/10/2018
Luna and Ginger are a mother and son team but both are youngsters. Ginger is the remaining kitten of a previous litter and Luna has recently produced anther seven who have now all been adopted. Both are lovely friendly cats who could be adopted together or separately. (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. (AS)
Timmy was the only survivor of a litter of kittens which were attacked by a farm dog. He was rescued in the nick of time and was fortunately adopted by a nursing mother who was already in our care. Timmy is an affectionate, playful kitten who is now neutered and fully vaccinated and ready to joining a loving family. He loves having his tummy tickled!
Sooty is a sleek black youngster who was found wandering near Highfield Road in Lydney. He is a delightful, friendly loving teenager so we are surprised no-one is missing him but he hadn’t been neutered so maybe he wasn’t loved after all. He is full of energy and needs a family with lots of time to play with him to work off some of his surplus energy. He is a really fab youngster and will make a great family pet. No very young children or very elderly please as he hasn’t yet learned to control his claws! (JB)
Yogi and Pip are not related but we placed them together as both were single kittens and they have become great mates. It would be lovely if someone would like to adopt them both… (JP)
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. (AS)
We have been asked to assist in helping to find a new home for these two old timers by FOD Dog Rescue who are caring for these cats as their owner has been admitted to hospital. Between us we managed to find a super home for 3 x 18 year old cats together earlier this year. Let’s see if we can all make a big effort to find somewhere for these two as well.
FOD Dog Rescue describe them as follows:-
Emily is a very affectionate and loving 14 year old Bengal who loves nothing more than a fuss and a cuddle. She’s not traffic savvy and lost her eye in an encounter with a car some time ago. We are looking for a quiet location preferably with someone who is home most, if not all, of the day.
William is 15 years old. He is a little on the nervous side but is a very sweet, kind cat who would do well in a quiet environment.
Both cats are neutered and friendly and have been well loved family pets. A home together would be ideal but splitting them would be considered if a perfect home is offered. (SF)
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)