Oliver

Oliver is looking for his new home, due to his home situation changing.

Oliver would love a quiet life with someone who will give him lots of fuss, have a nice garden to sunbathe in, and give him all the care and attention he deserves.

Oliver is a lap cat and adores affection so would be ideal for someone who works from home and would like a companion.

Oliver will thrive as the only furry in the home and in a home with no children.

Oliver has early stage renal disease which he is on medication for and is doing well so far. With the right care he should have years to go and is desperate for the attention he deserves.

If you are just as desperate for a loving, friendly and affectionate cat in your life, please get in touch.

Kittens

Please note, kittens tend to be adopted quickly so the website may be a day or two behind being updated.

All of our kittens are neutered, microchipped and vaccinated before they are adopted.

EMERALD – FEMALE, 3 MONTHS, BLACK AND WHITE SHORTHAIRED – Emerald is a lovely playful kitten, quite bold and confident. May be ok with a quiet family.

DIAMOND – FEMALE, 3 MONTHS, WHITE SHORTHAIRED – Diamond is very playful and pretty confident. May be ok with a quiet family.

SILVER – MALE, 3 MONTHD, BLACK SHORTHAIRED – Silver is a shy chap, he gets comfort from his sisters (Diamond and Emerald) so could either be homed with one of them, or another cat in the new home (current cat will need to be neutered and recently vaccinated, proof required).

MAGGIE AND LIZZIE – FEMALE, 3 MONTHS, BLACK AND WHITE SHORTHAIRED – This lovely pair are full of character…and beans. They can play for hours. Lizzie is the most confident and enjoys human company and affection as well as playtime of course. Maggie is a little more reserved, but still loves to play and is fine being handled, picked up and fussed. These girls may be ok with a quiet family.

HARRY AND WILLY – MALE, 3 MONTHS, BLACK AND WHITE SHORTHAIRED – These boys are lovely, Willy being the most affectionate and laid back. Harry is pretty confident, but loves to play above all else. They have good appetites and love to wrestle. These boys may be ok with a quiet family.

Gus

Gus came to us when he was no longer wanted 🙁

This lovely boy deserves a great home. He is quite shy to start with, but once he gets settled, he’s a little sweetheart.

We don’t know much about his past as his previous keeper didn’t know a lot. However, he is a young chap who will need a quiet home with outdoor access for when he’s settled. We don’t know if he has ever come across any other cats or dogs.

Gus really deserves the best of everything going forward, so if your plan is to adopt a cat and adorn them with goodies and love them forever, Gus may be just the cat for you!

Lilibet and Alice

These little cuties came from a home which had too many cats for the owner to cope with. Along with another rescue we were able to help and took in this lovely pair.

Lilibet and Alice are both very young girls and haven’t had the best start. They are very sweet, but quite shy at first. They are in desperate need of a loving home, where they can enjoy life with someone who has plenty of time to play, interact and be around them.

Both girls are very friendly, Lilibet being the bolder of the two. Alice soon follows suit though.

They have obviously lived with many other cats before, so have potential to integrate into a home with cats, with plenty of time and the right introduction period.

These girls haven’t yet been outside, but maybe when they are confident enough in themselves, they could potentially visit the garden. Equally they would be happy to remain as indoor cats as they haven’t known much different.

We think an adult only home would be best for these girls as they haven’t been around children before and they can be shy in noisy or busy environments.

if you could give these look-i-like-ies the perfect home, please get in touch.

Queenie

Queenie came to the shelter after giving birth and raising 4 kittens in a shed in a lady’s back garden!

We are so happy we could help this bunch as they really needed it. However, Queenie is now ready to start her new life, worry free and hopefully pampered by someone who will love her as much as we already do.

Queenie is very sweet, loves a fuss and likes to be around to see what you’re doing.

She is used to being outdoors, so when settled she will need the option to venture at her leisure again. We don’t know how she would be around children as she was living stray when found, however, she seems to have a pretty friendly and calm demeanour so she might be ok with sensible children.

If you would like a cat to treat as a Queen, please get in touch.

Pearl

Pearl came to the shelter when her previous owner could no longer keep her and her three kittens.

Pearl is a little unsure of her surroundings at the moment and is a bit out of sorts sometimes. She is very sweet when she is comfortable around you, and we think she will be more at ease when she isn’t with her kittens and being protective of them.

Pearl will be looking for a quiet a home where she can relax and enjoy life as a young cat. We would love to see her letting her guard down, playing and enjoying herself.

Pearl has lived with other cats before, but we haven’t seen her interactions with them, so aren’t 100% sure if she would take to another adult cat.

If you think you could be Pearl’s new best friend, please get in touch.

Martha

You may remember Martha from some of our facebook posts when she was with her kitten, Stuart. Well, Stuart has found his new home which means it’s Martha’s time now!

Martha is a wonderful little cat. She will make a lovely companion, she loves fusses and has the tiniest, squeakiest miaow ever! She even enjoys the occasional picky up cuddle and we think she may become a lap cat once settled.

Before Martha came to the shelter, she had given birth to at least 3 litters in the past 4 years (possibly more before then).

Martha has been an absolute pleasure to have in our care and having spent just over 3 months with us, we would love to see her find a nice new home to enjoy the rest of her life.

If you would like to add the sweetest, gentlest, cutest cat to your family, please get in touch.

Jubilee

Jubilee came to us when she was left behind by her previous owner, when they left to go to a new home and didn’t have room for her.

Jubilee is a character. She does enjoy fusses, and likes Dreamies a lot! However she will tell you if you’re doing too much with her, she has some sass! The chances are that back in a comfortable home environment, she will be a more laid back kitty who can just enjoy her humans, instead of thinking we’re up to something (which lets face it, we normally are!).

Jubilee will need a quiet home (older children may be ok, but we would have to assess this on a visit), with outside access when she’s ready, which means the home will have to be well away from any main/busy roads. As far as we know, Jubilee hasn’t lived with dogs before and she isn’t keen on other cats, so will be happy to be the centre of attention.

Jubilee hasn’t been with us long so is still settling, but it would be lovely if she found her new home before the Jubilee celebrations were over.

If you are interested in Jubilee, please get in touch.

Pumpkin

Pumpkin and his brother Peanut came to the shelter when their owner’s circumstances changed and they could no longer keep them.

Pumpkin is quite shy, but will warm to you when he gets to know you. He is a gentle soul. He likes cheek tickles and we know he likes to play with his toys when we’re not around! He absolutely loves catnip! That’s his favourite!

Although Pumpkin came in with his brother Peanut, they haven’t been getting on very well here. Most of the time they ignore each other and sometimes they have a bit of a stand off. So currently we aren’t sure whether they need to be rehomed together or separately. We will continue to assess this.

Pumpkin has always been indoors, so will need to remain an indoor cat (unless you have a catio!) as he has no street sense.

Pumpkin wouldn’t be good with children or other animals, so a pet free, adult only home would be required.

If you think you could give Pumpkin the love and time he so desperately needs and deserves, please get in touch.

Peanut

Peanut and his brother Pumpkin came to the shelter when their owner’s circumstances changed and they could no longer keep them.

Peanut is quite shy, but will warm to you when he gets to know you. He hasn’t been very happy at the shelter so we are hoping he can find a new home very soon. He likes cheek tickles and we know he likes to play with his toys when we’re not around!

Although Peanut came in with his brother Pumpkin, they haven’t been getting on very well here. Most of the time they ignore each other and sometimes they have a bit of a stand off. So currently we aren’t sure whether they need to be rehomed together or separately. We will continue to assess this.

Peanut has always been indoors, so will need to remain an indoor cat (unless you have a catio!) as he has no street sense.

Peanut wouldn’t be good with children or other animals, so a pet free, adult only home would be required.

If you think you could give Peanut the love and time he so desperately needs and deserves, please get in touch.

Mellie

Mellie came to us with a group of cats when her owner was struggling to cope.

Mellie is shy at first, but then comes for some fuss when she feels she can trust you. She isn’t yet a lap cat, but you never know!

She is absolutely aching to go back outside and enjoy this lovely weather, but all she can do at the shelter is sit in the window grill, watching passers by!

She will need a home away from any main/busy roads. She hasn’t lived with children, but may be ok with older children that have had cats before and know how to behave around them. Mellie hasn’t been around dogs.

If you have a space in your home and heart for this beautiful little lady, please get in touch.

Theo

Theo came to the shelter with a group of other cats when the owner was no longer able to cope.

Theo has been quite timid and wary of us while he’s been at the shelter, but staff and volunteers have been trying to work with him to gain his trust a little more and convince him we’re the good guys!

He seems to co-exist fine with some of the other cats (although some bully him a little), so may be ok with another friendly cat. He hasn’t been around dogs or children, and due to his shy nature it’s perhaps best to remain this way. Theo is used to going outside and shows a lot of interest in the open window at the shelter.

We think he could just be a little out of sorts at the cats shelter as he has never experienced such a place before. In a quiet home environment, where he can be more at ease and remember that he can trust us humans, he may become a very affectionate cat once more. He will need someone with time and patience and not someone wanting an instant result.

Theo has an endearing head tilt that makes him look constantly inquisitive. This has been checked out at the vets and they don’t see or foresee any issues with this. He gets around fine and it doesn’t seem to bother him. As he likes to go outside, a quieter area where there aren’t many cars etc would be ideal.

This handsome young man deserves the best home and we hope he finds it soon. If it could be yours, please click here.

Ziggy

Ziggy came to the shelter with two other cats, when their owner was no longer in a position to keep them.

Ziggy is a little sweetie, shy to start, but enjoys a fuss and we feel he will come out of his shell more when he’s back in a home environment.

This little chap is used to going outside so will need a home away from main/busy roads so that he can explore when he’s ready. He has just lived with his mum and siblings before, but there is potential for him to be introduced to other cats. He hasn’t lived with dogs. Ziggy may be ok with older children, as he has lived in a home with children before.

Ziggy is eagerly awaiting his new home, so get in touch if you feel it could be yours!

Viola

Viola came to the shelter with a number of other cats when her previous owner found it too much.

Viola is truly a character! She doesn’t really get on with her roommates and you often see her sneaking up on them to give them “what for”! It’s not the end of the world though, the others don’t seem to be too keen on her either!

However, she does love human attention and affection. She is often the first to come over for a fuss and a squeak…..she even nibbles your elbow if she’s feeling cheeky!

Viola is also very playful, she loves to chase flies (but never seems to actually catch one), and we think she will look forward to being able to go outside again.

Viola will need a home away from any main/busy roads, no other cats and with older children or adults only.

If you feel Viola would make the perfect addition to your family, please get in touch.

Simba

Simba was unwanted by his previous owners after only a few months of ownership so he has been around the houses, literally, before arriving at the shelter.

Simba is an absolute sweetheart. A typical 10 month old, full of beans, purrs and more beans! He loves a fuss and really enjoys playing so he will need a home where there is someone to play with him and help burn off some energy. As you can tell from the photo, he doesn’t stay still for two minutes! So he’ll keep his new family on their toes!

We think Simba might like to go outside once he is settled, so will need an area away from busy roads to explore.

We think Simba may be ok with sensible children who have been around cats before. He’s not keen on other cats, as he seems to want all the attention to be on him!

If you have room for this bundle of fun in your home, please apply now and state your interest.

Rosie and Ted

Rosie and Ted came to the shelter when their owner sadly passed away.

Rosie is a chatty lady who likes to make her presence known! She demands fuss whenever you’re around and even likes her tummy to be gently scratched and tickled. Rosie also has a magnificent purr, she would rival a Harley Davidson!!

Ted, Rosie’s brother, is a sweetheart too. He also has a pretty great purr and likes to show it off as often as possible. Ted likes a fuss too. He isn’t a lapcat at present, but we feel Rosie would make up for this! Ted really enjoys going outside so he would like a home where there is quiet and safe outdoor space for him to potter around.

These kitties are supersweet and really need a retirement home to settle down in.

If you could offer this, please apply and state your interest in this wonderful pair!

Arthur and Penny

Arthur and Penny came to us when their owner sadly passed away.

They are an absolutely lovely pair.

Arthur is a bundle of affection and a real character. He loves fusses and cuddles, and he likes to tell you that you’re not paying enough attention to him with his little quack-like meow!

Arthur

Penny is a much more private kittie, she’s happy to be the queen of the house and rest in her little strawberry bed. She does however absolutely love a fuss when she’s in there and purrs very loudly. They are both very gentle cats and would love a fairly quiet home.

Penny

They haven’t lived with children before or dogs, and would likely prefer a home where they would receive all of the love.

If you are looking for companionship in the form of two furry floofs, please apply today.

Paddy

Paddy is an older chap with a heart of gold, who is hard of hearing and likes to shout!

Paddy has so much character, he will make a lovely companion to someone who can give him the time and company he needs.

Paddy has hyperthyroidism, which at the moment is controlled by twice daily medication, which he takes very well! Paddy is currently with a fosterer and enjoys being pampered and waited on hand and foot!

Paddy has been outside before, but does like his home comforts now, a warm radiator and comfy bed! Or a lap!

Paddy wasn’t happy living with a dog in his previous home, and we feel he would prefer to have all of the attention to himself! Paddy has had a little human visitor while at his fosterers house, he was very nice with her and even cuddled up with her for a nap. So it’s a possibility that Paddy could live with children that are gentle and calm around him, and leave him to his own devices when necessary.

As Paddy has a long term condition that wouldn’t now be covered on insurance, the Shelter may be able to assist with this. Please enquire for more information.

Please complete our adoption application to express your interest. If you have already completed the form, please get in touch to express your specific interest.