Shirley and Pepsi

Shirley and Pepsi are both sweet little ladies.

Pepsi is pretty confident and enjoys climbing over you for fuss.

Shirley has also shown herself to be very friendly and enjoys rubbing around you and having cheeks and chin fusses.

Both girls would like the opportunity to go outside when they are settled. The girls aren’t bonded, but get on ok with each other.

They may be ok with older children, but not other cats.

Both of these girls would make a lovely addition to a home.

Marlon

Marlon came to the shelter as his previous home wasn’t suitable for him.

Marlon is a very sweet kitty, he likes to give us kisses and climbs on our lap when he’s in a cuddly mood.

He likes to play too with a fishing rod toy, and looking out of the window. Marlon is used to going outside, and must be the only cat in the home. Marlon has been around kids 10years+ and seemed ok with them.

If you would like an affectionate mini panther, please get in touch!

Reggie

Reggie is a friendly little chap looking for a nice quiet home to settle down in.

He was much loved in his previous home, but a change in circumstances meant he needed a new home.

Reggie enjoys going outside once settled, he would prefer to be the only cat and would like a quiet home with adults only or teens and older.

If you think Reggie would be the cat for you, please get in touch.

Lewis

Lewis was sadly found abandoned in a box with his siblings.

He is a beautiful boy, who will need a quieter house, and he could live with sensible older children. Lewis needs someone that is happy to spend as much time as he needs, building his trust and playing with him, and accept that he may always be a little skittish.

During their time in a foster home, the kittens have come on leaps and bounds, with the assistance of Dreamies and lickelix treats! They now enjoy sleeping on the bed with the fosterers at night and cuddling up in front of the fire with them of an evening.

They love to play and this has also been a great bonding exercise.

Lewis may want outdoor access when he is older, and could live with another confident and friendly cat.

Islay

Islay was sadly found abandoned in a box with her siblings.

She is a pretty girl, who will need a quieter house, could live with sensible older children. Islay needs someone that is happy to spend as much time as she needs, building trust and playing with her, and helping her grow into a lovely confident cat.

During their time in a foster home, the kittens have come on leaps and bounds, with the assistance of Dreamies and lickelix treats! They now enjoy sleeping on the bed with the fosterers at night and cuddling up in front of the fire with them of an evening.

They love to play and this has also been a great bonding exercise.

Islay may want outdoor access when she is older, and could live with another confident and friendly cat.

Skye

Skye was sadly found abandoned with her sibling in a box.

She is very scared at the moment, and will likely always be a skittish cat, as she didn’t have the correct socialisation when she was younger. She will likely do best in a home with a confident adult cat that can teach her that humans are good and fun to be around.

Skye will need special owners that can accept if she doesn’t want to be a cuddly cat.

She will need access to the outdoors when she is older, and would do best in a quiet home without children.

Mull

Mull was sadly found abandoned in a box with his siblings.

Mull is an idependent little guy, who is looking for a home where he can do his own thing. He may never choose to be a cuddly friendly cat, and he needs owners that will let him make that choice in his own time. He is very dominating over his siblings, veen at this young age, so we feel he will prefer to rule the roost as the only pet in the home. Mull has become more confident and friendly as time has gone on, and his fosterers have done a wonderful job with playtime and treat time to help with bonding.

He would like the choice to have access to the outdoors when he is old enough, and he could live with another friendly cat. He would do best in a quieter home with no childen.

Charlie

Charlie is a very handsome boy, who sadly had to come to the shelter when his owner couldn’t keep him. She was very sad to let him go, but it was her only option.

Charlie has had a lovely life with his one lady owner, and would really like another home like this. Currently he is with a fosterer and is showing himself to be a lovely affectionate boy. He is a little shy at first and can get spooked by loud or strange noises, but he is gaining confidence all the time.

Charlie has always been an indoor cat, and hasn’t lived anywhere noisy or busy, so another home with one person who he can keep company would be ideal.

If you would be able to give Charlie his ideal home please get in touch!

Joy

Joy really does live up to her name! She is an absolute joy and delight to be around. She really enjoys having company and has turned into a real lap cat.

Joy was sadly locked in a wicker basket and left on the street. Despite this, she still loves us humans!

We know nothing of Joy’s past, but she has shown her lovely personality while being at the shelter with us.

Joy is friendly and pretty confident too. She enjoys fuss and will give you plenty of gentle warning if she’s had enough or you’ve gone on too long!

We aren’t sure if Joy has been allowed outside before, but she enjoys looking out of the window so she may like to.

We aren’t sure how she would be around young children, but she may be ok around older children who have had cats before and know not to be too noisy and leave her be when she wants her down time. She doesn’t like other cats and we aren’t sure she would be keen on dogs either, she does like to be the centre of attention.

Joy certainly likes her food and is very clever! Having bossed all of her cat puzzle feeder challenges, she holds the crown for fasted problem solver! (You can view her smarts in action here!)

Socks

Socks came to us after her home environment changed and she struggled to cope.

She needs a quiet home without other cats, dogs or kids.

Socks has had the opportunity to go outdoors before but didn’t choose to go outside, so we feel that she would be happy in an indoor only home.

She will need an owner that is patient and will give her time to settle in, and is happy to let her lead the way when she’s ready for fusses. Once settled she will show herself to be friendly and sweet, she just needs a chance. Socks loves to play too .. usually when she thinks no one is watching!

If you could give her a second chance, and love in spades, please get in touch.

Casper

Casper the friendly cat is looking for a new home.

Casper came to the shelter as his previous owner couldn’t cope.

Casper is super friendly, playful and energetic. He is also deaf, so is very chatty, and sometimes very opinionated!

The ideal home for Casper would be one with interesting and stimulating outdoor space (well away from frequently used roads), preferably next to somewhere very green! And a cat flap so he can access it when he likes. Casper needs someone who is patient and doesn’t mind a chatty cat, and one who can get loud at times!

Casper has lived with a toddler before, but the toddler would pull his tail so he didn’t really like that one. We feel slightly older children 8y and up may be more suitable.

He should be the only animal at home (no dogs or other cats).

Casper will make a quirky, friendly and funny companion for the right person. Could that be you? Get in touch!

Raf

Raf is a wonderfully affectionate boy!

Unfortunately, he was involved in an accident and his tail had to be amputated. This doesn’t seem to bother him in the slightest, however he may always have some nerve damage in that area, which means sometimes he struggles with toiletting, and will need his new owner to keep an eye on his diet to make things easier for him.

He is still super friendly and affectionate, loves his food and enjoys lap time too.

We are looking for a home with lots of love and people to give attention to this charming boy.

We think he could be ok with sensible children. We know he isn’t good with other cats, but don’t know about dogs.

He does enjoy going outside, so a home away from main or busy road is a must.

If you have the perfect home for Raf, please get in touch!

The Lionesses

These gorgeous kitties came into the shelter after living in a garden with their mum since birth.

All of these kitts have had a rough time, firstly having cat flu when they arrived (thankfully they are over it now) and they also came with another passenger – ringworm. As we acted quickly we were able to get the kitties on treatment and on top of the ringworm. So we are now looking for homes for them. 4 of these kitties were rehomed to separate lovely new homes where their owners are very patient and understanding, and don’t have high or unrealistic expectations of them, and they have already made brilliant progress. (One of them, Kelly, is even a shoulder cat now!)

We think that with the same time and patience, these kitties will come around too. Another friendly cat in the home would also really help to show them the ropes, and they do like being around other kitties!

Lauren and Chloe seem to be bolder around humans so could settle in to a home environment, again, with little expectation of them, and with another friendly cat to show them the ropes, they should come on very quickly. Alex is a shy lad, but a gentle chunk! He can also be won over by toys if he’s feeling brave.

If you feel you could give the ideal home to one or a couple of these cats, please get in touch.

Lexi

Lexi came to the shelter when her previous elderly owner passed away and she was left living on the streets.

Now back in a safe and warm environment, Lexi is much happier.

Lexi is settling in after a traumatic time outside, she is showing herself to be friendly and affectionate.

Lexi has now started to climb on our knee to get extra close up fusses, she doesn’t stay there long though, she usually has a blanket to make biscuits on somewhere, always busy!

Lexi is used to having outdoor access.

She hasn’t lived with children before and would like a quiet home similar to the previous one, without any dogs or cats.

If you have room in your heart and your home for Lexi, please get in touch.

Bonno

Bonno came to us when his owner’s circumstances changed.

Bonno is a big boy with a big heart an even bigger purr! He is very affectionate and friendly and really wants to find a home with a new family very soon.

Bonno is quite a laid back boy when settled. He would like a home with no other cats or dogs, and he is ok with older children as long as they respect his boundaries and are kind to him.

Bonno would love to be able to go outside again in his new home, so a home away from busy/main roads would be best.

If you would like to give a home to this big, beautiful boy, please get in touch.