If any cats on this page interest you then please call either 01522 306195 OR 01522 796089 for more information and to arrange a home visit
Marble and Fonzie, now around six or seven months old and although not
related, are a bonded pair. They were found living outdoors and remain quite shy, Marble more so than Fonzie, who loves fuss and is a lap cat. Both like going outside. Probably no young children.
EARL (top) and LION MAN are looking for a forever home together. For more information call either Debbie on 01636-651639 or Gwen on 01522-796089
Lottie and Tilly are 2 shy girls that have been in foster care since they were 12 weeks old. Though getting better they are still very timid, Tilly more so but they love their foster mum and each other. They would need to go to a special home that would allow them to settle in their own time, probably hiding until their trust and confidence built. They are an adorable pair and eventually would make lovely pets.
Katrina is a lively girl, neutered and mchipped, ready for her new home.
She can get excited, so best not homed with young children, but she is very
Penny came into us as a stray. She was a brand new mum with 2 tiny babies and was so aggressive and fierce, it was unclear if she was a feral or not. As it turned out, she was just super protective. Once her babies were old enough to be rehomed, Penny changed again! It became apparent that she’d probably not had the best start in life. She was very wary of people especially children, didn’t really understand affection when given and presumed she was going to be tormented. With lots of time and patience, Penny is now eager for a stroke and attention. She positively craves to be around someone!! She’s still slightly wary at times so we’re looking for someone who has experience with cats and can understand her body language. You’ll need to be able to give her the time she needs to come out of her shell and gain her trust but once you’ve got that, she’ll be the most loving cat. She does at times give you little love bites but it’s definitely not with any malice or aggression. Unfortunately Penny isn’t keen on other cats so will need to be an only cat.