The cats on this page of our website are not currently in CP care. They are either on our waiting list or their owners would prefer to re-home them directly from their existing homes. Should you want to adopt one of these cats, we can give you the contact details of their owners. We must emphasise that these cats have not been through the health screening process applied to all cats in our care but we can arrange for this to be done if required.
10/11/17 Harry was taken into care by an ardent cat lover in mid Wales. He was a scrawny cat when he arrived but has since put on a lot of weight and condition. Sadly he is positive for FIV which means she is unable to let him roam freely with her other cats. He is a very affectionate, playful cat, thought to be about three years old. He would make a wonderful indoor companion cat or else a very rural home where he is unlikely to come into contact with other cats so that he cannot pick up infections from them or pass on the virus to another cat. His rescuer says he is a very special puss, full of character with lots of love to give. Can you help and offer this chap a safe home?
Mickie is about 4 years old and was left behind by his previous owners. He was adopted by the neighbours but is now growing aggressive with their own cats. He needs to be an only cat so that he can rule the roost. He is a good hunter and so may enjoy life on a farm or smallholding. (SF)