Honey’s name really matches her personality, she is just as sweet as honey!
She came to us after being found as a stray.
Honey loves cuddles and fusses!
She will need a home away from busy/main roads as she is used to going outside.
She really dislikes other cats and isn’t fond of too much going on around her so we don’t think that she will be happy in a home with children. If she doesn’t like something, she will give you a gentle nip.
Rupert and Sofia came to the shelter after their previous owners circumstances changed.
They are a lovely pair, very playful.
Sofia is the more confident one of the two but can be a bit shy before she gets to know you, whilst Rupert can be quite shy and anxious before he settles in to his new environment. Therefore their new owners will have to be patient and understanding.
They will need a quiet home, with no other pets or children.
Rupert has had toileting issues in his previous home, but hasn’t had any issues since being in the shelter.
Chanel came to us after her owners circumstances changed and they were no longer able to offer her the care she deserved.
Chanel is a sweet and mellow cat.
She will make a lovely addition to any family.
We have various youngsters available from 3 – 12 months old.
Patty – 4 months old, female, black and white, neutered, chipped and vaccinated. Patty is a sweetheart, very chatty and full of energy. She needs a home where there is someone around a lot of the time.
Oreo – 6/7 months old, male, black and white, neutered, chipped and vaccinated. Very sweet and playful. May like a buddy to play with.
Gizmo – 6 months old, male, black and white, neutered, chipped and vaccinated. Gizmo is a confident kitty, very playful and loving. He would benefit from a home with outdoor space and he has lived with other cats and children before coming to the shelter. He is very affectionate, so preferably he will have a home where someone is around often to give him the love he deserves.
Ruby and Redford – Bonded pair, 3 months old, female and male, both neutered, chipped and vaccinated. Really playful, lots of energy. Ruby is the more confident one of the two, as Redford can be a bit shy until he gets to know you. Can live with older children/teenagers and potentially other cats as they have lived with other cats before.
Grace came to the shelter with her newborn, premature babies in a sorry state.
Born in the garden she then gave birth in, she was not used to human contact. She is surprisingly quite brave though and is happy to be around us humans, even if she doesn’t want a fuss!
Grace’s youngsters are now old enough to leave her, so she is looking for a home to call her own.
Grace will need an experienced owner, who doesn’t mind a cat that doesn’t want to be stroked or be a lapcat. She will need patience, and someone not to expect too much from her. Grace is used to being outdoors so will benefit from being able to venture outdoors once again. She was with her siblings (who also had kittens) in the garden she was found, so had been in a colony, so with steady introductions, she may be able to live with other cats.
Grace will need an adult only home and it will need to have quiet surroundings so she will be safe going outdoors.
Angel is a very independent kitty, who has plenty of catitude!
She can be affectionate but on her terms only.
Angel loves to be outside more than being indoors and really likes her food.
She will need a home with no other pets or children.
Angel will need an experienced owner who doesn’t have high expectations.
Colin is a complex soul, after years of fending for himself, getting into numerous fights with the other local toms, he’s had his fair share of battles. Now though, Colin needs stability and a home where he can be shown that some humans are kind and offer nice things.
At the moment Colin is still very unsure of his surroundings. He does like to have a fuss and will purr, but can be spooked and overwhelmed easily and will nip (sometimes more than a nip) or give you a whack when he feels scared. We think he is also a little bored at the shelter, and have found that he enjoys playing with his snakey feather fishing rod toy more than his other toys!
He also enjoys the simple comforts of a cosy bed and radiator after a long while on the streets. However, because of his time on the streets, he is very possessive of him food and some items like his blankets and beds.
Colin was diagnosed with FIV upon his health check. This means Colin will need to live indoors from now on and be the only cat in the home. We feel Colin would be happier in a roomy house rather than a flat or smaller abode with ideally a very secure garden (as in, strictly no cats in or out!).
Colin will need an adult only home with experienced owners whose expectations are not too high. Colin has been trialled in a home with one adult, but got very bossy and dominating, so we feel strongly that he may need outdoor time, which is limited to a garden/catio only he will be in.
If you feel you have the experience to give Colin a great life and happy home, please complete our application form. Serious applications only please.