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 19/1/2019
Min is a totally gorgeous long sleek black cat with a tail to match. Quite a character, he is confident and friendly and seems to enjoy male companionship in particular. He comes from a multicast household and, while he wasn’t aggressive, the other cats were very wary of him and ran away when he was around. He may fare best as an only cat. we are not sure of his age but he may be approaching double figures.
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)
This is one very brave feral puss who, some while ago, was befriended by a senior gentleman and has learnt that humans are not all scary. With the elderly gentleman and his son, the cat will rub around their legs and, on a good day with a following wind, has even allowed him/herself to be stroked. Sadly the gentleman is now spending a lot of time in care and his son does not live in the same area so we are looking for someone who is willing to take on the cat, provide two meals a day and keep an eye on its wellbeing. You never know, with a bit of love and patience, Puss may develop into being a loving domestic cat – but don’t hold your breath! Puss is NOT in our care as we do not believe it kind to take ferals in but, if you would like to adopt him/her, we will arrange for a thorough health check and pay for any necessary treatment before adoption. Kind heart and large garden needed. (SF)
Nana (closest to you in the photo) and Lucy are two youngsters who came into our care from a multicast household. They are friendly cat but are clearly not used to being picked up and cuddled although they are happy to be stroked. We believe that, with a bit more practice, they’ll get the hang of being loved! They are about 3 years old. (AS)
Rodney is very friendly and craves attention while Fizz is a little more restrained but once she starts purring she keeps on going. Neither show any signs of aggression, just a pair of lovely cats. He is a little on the skinny side but that should soon be put to rights. They have both passed their health tests with flying colours and have had their first vaccinations (RE)
Ninja is most definitely NOT a turtle! He is a very friendly affectionate boy who returns your attention with non stop purring. Only a babe at 7 months old, he will make a wonderful family pet preferring love and attention even to food! (CO)
Mrs Binx is a mature puss who voted with her paws when her own home grew too busy for her liking. The home she tried to move into already had a cat who was not welcoming so Mrs B has now come into our care and we are hoping to find her a new home where she can be the only pet. She is a friendly puss who would like a lap to sit on – once proper introductions have been made, of course (AS)