WEBSITE RELOCATION!

In order to consolidate the internet presence of the Forest of Dean Cats Protection branch, we have decided to close down this site in June 2020, & operate through the main Cats Protection website.

Our Facebook page will remain open & we hope you will continue to support, follow & share…

https://www.cats.org.uk/forest-of-dean

https://www.facebook.com/CatsProtectionForestOfDeanBranch

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.

If you single click on the photos, a bigger picture will pop up!

LAST UPDATED 28/06/2020

Ebony

Ebony

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

Piglet

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. (JP)

Gizmo

Gizmo

Gizmo is looking for a cat-experienced home, without children or elderly. He is a 3 year old, long-haired lad who does not enjoy being groomed & may occasionally lash out. He has lived with another cat & the two appeared to get on well but Gizmo preferred to spend most of his time outside. He is not a feral but may help to control the rodent population.

Gizmo’s ideal home would be where he was given free rein to come & go as he pleased. He has become resigned to being in one of our pens during lockdown but can’t wait to regain his freedom. (JP)

Heidi

Heidi

Heidi says Hi!

Contact us on 01594 841511 for Homing Direct advice.
See Homing Direct page.

Bella

Bella

Bella is a gentle tortie providing life runs according to her rules.

She is happy to sit on a lap …but doesn’t like being picked up …happy to be fussed around her head & ears …loves to be stroked & brushed along her back. She also doesn’t care for fluffy beds (so you need to suit her demands with some flat bedding) …& she doesn’t care for dogs!

Bella is a lovely puss who has been very well loved & loves her people. However, she likes to go out & her family are now living on a very fast road and are concerned for her safety. (RE)

ADOPTED

Cosmo

Cosmo

Cosmo is a friendly cat who loves to play. He is very affectionate. (JS)

ADOPTED

Asbo

Asbo

My name is Asbo. I’m being re-homed through no fault of mine …my owner became terminally ill.

I’m 11 years old, extremely affectionate, love attention & boast the quietest purr & meow you’re likely to hear! A handsome long-haired  tabby boy, with deep green eyes …rather good looking.  A big cat too …with a big heart to match.

I do have one weakness …a fondness for an occasional taste of Philadelphia Cream Cheese …oh, & I don’t mind Dreamies too!  (J)

ADOPTED

Rodders

Rodders

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. (CH)

ADOPTED

Oswald

Oswald

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)

ADOPTED