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.


TamTam (Tammy) : up until 6 months ago was living as a reluctant barn cat, neglected and getting beaten up by other resident cats. Taking up residence at our house it is clear that the other resident cats are not happy about the new addition and frighten her.  

As well as this rather unhappy situation, I have to be working away a lot of the time which is neither fair on her or my house mates who have to look after her in my absence! 

She’s the sweetest of nature, neutered and around 9 years old.  A fabulous companion cat, loves being fussed and stroked, very affectionate and chatty purring! 

She is now pretty much used to being an indoor cat with a dirt tray but does like to just pop outside for a breath of fresh air. She would suit a home which is quiet with no other pets but lots of love and food, her favourite things! 

She has recently had a full dental cleanup and teeth removed. She does sometimes have a slight problem with her one eye which has also been checked and the vet has assured me that it’s ‘just one of those things’, a tear duct that occasionally blocks. 

Tammy 1

Mr Bumble’s current owner write:
Mr Bumble was one of a litter born in Tiverton Devon. He has one surviving sister, Patsy, who lives in Berkshire .
He was vaccinated once as a kitten in 2007. Since then he has been very healthy and has had antibiotics only once, in 2017 following a fight .
He has brought us a lot of pleasure over the past 12 yrs. His birthday is June 16th.
He appreciates company but tires quickly of being stroked and will let you know with a flashing paw or a gentle nip so watch out. However he welcomes a lap to sleep on if you have time.
He lives near fields and roams fairly freely in the locality. As he has got older he prefers to snooze in his basket instead of chasing mice.
We are selling our house and moving to a town so are concerned that he will not cope with the change.
Hopefully we can find a suitable country retirement home for this old chap.
Mr Bumble