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 9/2/2019
Purrdy is a dear little soul, only 18 months old. She came to us as she was living with another cat with whom she didn’t get on. The owner told us that the home was “unsuitable” and that she would be happier elsewhere. Purrdy does a lot of grumbling and is keen for us to know that she has had a tough time and she doesn’t think much of our pens either! She gets agitated if one of her fosterer’s cats pass the pen and uses bad language but with humans she loves a stroke and is getting used to being cuddled!
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)
Mitzi didn’t get on with the two whippets in her original home and was adopted by a relative who had another cat. Sadly the two cats are now fighting daily and neither is happy so we are searching for a home with no other animals and probably no children or other pets. We are told she is a real character as, of course, many torties are. No worries about feeding her as she will tap your leg to remind you if you are late and yowl! She loves to be with you and would make a great companion cat for a mature couple.
NOW BEING KEPT BY EXISTING OWNER
Poor Suki may well be looking a tad scared as she has only just come back to us and is probably wondering why her world has turned upside down. Sadly her owners are moving into accommodation where they can be cared for but they are unable to take Suki with them. A distressing business for all concerned. Suki was with us around 18 months ago when she was unable to remain with her elderly owner and now the same thing has happened again! She is still on the right side of 10 and would very much like to live a quiet life with another senior person or couple. Can you offer her that chance? (JLS)
Nana (under the chair!) and Lucy are two youngsters who came into our care from a multicat household. They are friendly cats 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 and are very attached to each other, cuddling up and sleep in one furry heap! (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 vaccinations (RE)
George (behind) and Lulu recently came to us from a multicat household where life was somewhat unsettled. Unsurprisingly they are both very nervous cats and it will take them some time to adjust to life in a new home. 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. They are beginning to settle with their fosterers but obviously it will be a start again situation when they are adopted. You will need lots of patience and preferably experience with cats to adopt this handsome pair. (JLS)
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