Our Cats

Here is a list of all our cats whom are ready to find their forever home. If you find a cat you wish to adopt, or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us.

Benny

DOB: 08/05/23
Born outside to a young mum (Barley), trapped and spent lots of time with. Will still need lots of time and patience but you will be rewarded long term. Can be homed alone or with Barney/Bonnie. Not suitable to be homed with young children.

Barney

DOB: 08/05/23
Born outside to a young mum (Barley), trapped and spent lots of time with. Will still need lots of time and patience but you will be rewarded long term. Can be homed alone or with Benny/Bonnie. Not suitable to be homed with young children.

Bonnie

DOB: 08/05/23
Born outside to a young mum (Barley), trapped and spent lots of time with. Will still need lots of time and patience but you will be rewarded long term. Can be homed alone or with Barney/Benny. Not suitable to be homed with young children.

Daisy

DOB: 15/04/23
In care through no fault of her own, she is the sweetest kitten, has lived with a dog, fine with other cats. Would be fine with older children.

Dandy & Suzy Sue

Dandy and Suzy Sue are looking for a home together after being trapped locally. Dandy has had his tail amputated due to an old injury. They will need an adult only home with lots of time and patience.

Max & Monty

DOB: 15/04/23
Born outdoors and trapped along with their mum. They are looking for humans with time and patience so they can continue to thrive in an indoor environment. Not suitable to be homed with young children.

Re-homed

Star

DOB: 05/01/23
Poor star came into care after giving birth to 4 kittens in an outhouse. She had clearly been fending for herself a while as underweight. We had to take her away from her kittens @6 weeks as she had had enough and frail. She has gained some weight, still not the best body condition but that will come in time. She is a lovely friendly girl, happy to be brushed and takes as much love as you can give her!

Re-homed

Tiny

DOB: 10/01/23
Another victim of our throwaway society, was left like her keeper’s rubbish. She is a little poppet, loves fuss, fine with other cats and not phased by dogs.

Re-homed

Baz

A young handsome and very affectionate lad. Would love a home if his own after having to fend for himself. Fortunately a lovely lady fed him until we could take him into care. He would be fine with another laid back cat or alone.

Leyla & Lois

Leyla and Lois were trapped Aug 22 they have both had extensive dentals due to juvenile stomatitis. They would be fine as indoor cats, fine with other cats/dogs.

Mr Sellars

Mr Sellars had been a village cat and fed my many, his main carer very sadly passed away and he was taken into a vets. He has since had all the treatment needed including his tail amputated as he had an old fracture that was bothering him. He is fine with other cats and dogs.

Ellie

Ellie was left at the vets in a cool bag along with her 12 week old and a newborn who sadly passed away. She is such a little treasure, loves fuss and lots attention. She is fine with laid back cats and not phased by dogs.

Jaffa & Milly

Jaffa and Milly were trapped locally, they are getting more confident daily. They will need an adult only home with lots of time and patience.

Lulu

Lovely Lulu, mum of Leyla and Lois, these were all trapped along the rd from us, they are still timid but 100x better than they were. Lulu has lived in with us since being trapped and showed no interest in going outdoors. She will need someone with lots of time and patience that can keep her safe. She is great with other cats and dogs not suitable to be homed with young children.

Jaz

Young handsome Jaz, he found himself homeless through no fault of his own and lived out for a while, clearly not a good hunter as well underweight. He is gaining weight and confidence but still a way to go. He will need an understanding home who can keep him safe.

Samson

Samson. 3yrs old and looking for a quiet home where his humans will provide belly rubs! Not suitable to be homed with young children.

Mike

Mike had lived outdoors most of his life, as such he now loves home life. He has had the end of his tail removed due to an old injury. He is fine with other cats and not phased by dogs.

Re-homed
Coming soon! We are in the process of uploading our cats that are ready for adoption. Please bear with us.
Coming soon! We are in the process of uploading our cats that are ready for adoption. Please bear with us.
Please Note:

We do our absolute best to keep the list of our cats up to date. We are however, a very small group of volunteers who spend most of our time looking after the cats in our care. Likewise, if we don’t have any cats listed; it does not mean we don’t have any in care. Some may not be ready for re-homing or we haven’t had the chance to list them here.

If you do contact us, we will return your message as soon as possible, but please bear with us.