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 29/3/2020
Ebony a beautiful, very friendly and affectionate chap. He came to us when his guardian passed away. Ebony is all up to date with tests and ready to go.
He loves to sing and is a vocal chap …in a nice way. (JS)
Piglet …once he gets to know you …is a very friendly chap. Don’t be put off by his growling (normally when excited) …which is a sign of affection. He likes to give head bumps and is very inquisitive.
Piglet loves to play and enjoys company. He would be suited to a quieter home as he is a bit nervous with too much noise. (LS)
Gizmo has lived with another cat and the two appeared to get on well but Gizmo chose to spend nearly all his time outside. We are looking for a home, without children or elderly, where the owners will be happy to allow him free rein and understand that he may well choose to live most of his life outdoors. He is about 3 years old, not a feral but may well help with keeping the rodent population at bay. His long coat is not ideally suited to the outdoor life and sadly, most of it has now been shaved off as it was severely matted. He will probably need a vet trip occasionally to keep his coat under control as he is not keen on being groomed. His picture shows him in his full glory before he was shaved off! (JP)
Oswald was living as a stray and had numerous hotels in the village where he was living who enjoyed his company and were happy to feed him. However, he was a bit of a smelly chap as he hadn’t been neutered and also had serious need of some dental treatment. He has now had these issues rectified and Is now ready to leave us for a permanent home. He’s a nice friendly chap who, like most strays, is very keen on his meals. Sadly he has tested positive for FIV. This means we will be looking for an indoor home for him or a very remote rural home where he will not come into contact with other cats. (JB)
Rodders is a handsome friendly grey tabby who was living as a stray in the Monmouth area but sadly we have not been able to trace an owner. He wasn’t neutered or chipped so maybe wasn’t wanted? He has had to have his tail amputated after a disagreement with a vehicle but has fully recovered. He will need to remain with us for a couple of weeks still but then will be looking for his forever home. he is a cuddly gentle puss who would be fine with gentle children. (JP)
Frank is a black and white slightly fluffy youngster who was found in bushes, soaking wet and hungry in the Coleford area. We have not been able to trace an owner. He has recovered very well and has now been neutered and is awaiting his vaccinations. A lovely friendly chap, he likes to greet and chat to his fosterer and can’t get enough fuss and cuddles. He will make a lovely family pet. (RE)
Tiger & Jasper came from a multicat household but we would like these two to be adopted by the same family. Jasper is a nervous chap and needs his brother to give him confidence. Sadly Tiger had to leave his tail behind at the vets a year ago after a mishap, possibly after a fight with another animal or a road accident. Tiger is friendly and affectionate but Jasper is very shy. They both enjoy interaction with their fosterer and have cuddles happily. They also lie together and groom each other. Their adopter will need considerable patience as they will need a lot of time and gentle chats to gain their confidence. After a couple of months you will have two devoted loving additions to your household. (CC)
A strikingly pretty cat with no microchip, Amber was found as a stray and we have been unable to trace her owner. She is a friendly, cuddly cat who will make an ideal family pet. She seems to be accepting of other cats and will be good with gentle children. (AS)
Pumba is also from a multicat household . A very handsome lad, Pumba has plenty of character and his fosterer says he is the best cat he has ever had! He initially hidi away and was very frightened but he has now found his confidence and loves his fosterers with enthusiasm. An adopter must however be prepared for him to hide away when he arrives in a new home for some time. As he is a cat who twines round feet and legs, he is not suitable for the very young, very old or vulnerable people.
Tommie and his brother Duke are a pair of lively youngsters described by their fosterer as “totally gorgeous”, confident, playful, happy. (CH)
Tommie & Duke – ADOPTED
Primrose is a very pretty youngster, maybe 18 months old. We believe she was left behind when her owners moved away. Another cuddly puss, Primrose looks after her long coat beautifully by herself but quite enjoys a bit of a brush occasionally. She does look to be allowed outdoors again so would like a home where she will be safe outside, maybe near woods or fields where she can explore. She is not keen on dogs or other cats but we think would be fine with gentle children. She will be ready to leave us later in March. (SF)
Smokey is only a youngster at about 7 months old but his owners were unexpectedly unable to keep him for health reasons. They were very sad to let him go as he is a friendly affectionate chap who enjoys getting up to all sorts of mischief. Lots of toys will be needed to keep this lad entertained! (LS)
Meg is a mature puss of around 13 years old but she is in good health and can’t wait to have a new elderly person or someone who is housebound much of the time with whom to share her life. She is a lovely snuggly friendly puss but sadly has lost her back right leg somehow in the course of her life. We think she probably hasn’t even noticed as she is very agile and has no problem bouncing up onto shelves, chairs and laps.
Frosty is a small black puss whom, we believe, was abandoned but subsequently adopted by a young family. However, a new baby and various other complications meant that Frosty needed to be moved on so she came into our care. We are not sure of her age as we have had completely different opinions from the vets she has seen but we would guess she may be 8 or 9 years old. She is a quiet, gentle, sweet natured cat who enjoys cuddles and is happy to spend quality time with her fosterers.