Dedicated to the rescue, care & rehoming of stray, feral, abandoned, mistreated & unwanted cats & kittens

Cats

Longterm foster cats

21 September 2020

We are often looking for longterm foster homes for cats that are either elderly or have a chronic–but manageable–health condition, and cannot otherwise be rehomed. Our longterm foster program gives these cats a vital lifeline and second chance of a loving home. The charity continues to pay for the associated veterinary care/medication, whilst fosterers provide […]

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Kittens

21 September 2020

[NB – Photos are previous examples of homed kittens, as they are usually adopted quite quickly.] All kittens are vet checked, properly blood tested by a vet for FIV / feline leukaemia, fully vaccinated, microchipped, flead and wormed, and neutered. They are also homed with 4 weeks’ FREE Petplan insurance. The Adoption Fee is £85, […]

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Various – to follow

21 September 2020

Adult cats arrive regularly at our homing centre but do not feature on our gallery straight away, and it may take a few weeks for a volunteer to get photos/details together. Please do call in during opening times to meet our other adorable cats in need of loving homes. Please note we ask all adopters […]

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Tanzie

19 September 2020

Tanzie is a sweet girl.  She can still be a little bit wary of humans but she is coming out of her shell a bit more each week.  She is fascinated by other cats and would probably gain confidence from a friendly feline playmate.

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Tom

16 September 2020

Tom came to the charity with his two house mates when their owner sadly passed. Tom is adjusting to the cattery lifestyle, and can appear to be a scaredy cat when you first meet him, but as soon as you reach in and show him some affection he will melt into your arms.  He has […]

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Puss

14 September 2020

Puss is a playful and confident girl who would fit in well with any household.

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Rhona

23 June 2020

Rhona was handed over to the charity when her previous owner could no longer care for her. Rhona is a little bit unsure of her environment and tends to stay in her pen for security.  She will hiss when she first meets you, but this is all talk, and as soon as you start stroking […]

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