Cats Available For Adoption

Fifi

Fifi and Iris are still getting used to having people in their lives and it may take a little while for them to feel comfortable around you. Fast movements and being too ‘in their face’ can be pretty scary for them so I’d recommend a house with no young children and with an experienced adult who can read cat behaviour or has had cats in the past.

Tom

8 years old Tom is a beautiful friendly boy who has recently come into our care. Tom has lived with a toddler, but now he’s looking for a quieter home where he can enjoy his more senior years in peace. Tom is very socialable and loves being well fed and cuddled at night in bed! Tom would be happier to be the only pet in the household.

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Belle

Belle  2 years old  was rescued after her kittens were trapped in a garage.  She was crying outside for several days until her kittens were released and has been in our care since. Belle has always been a bit nervous and shy so she’s moved to foster mum Rhian for some tlc. Since arriving, Rhian says she’s a cat of two parts – nervous when you first enter the room, she’ll go and hide, and then when she’s reassured, she’ll quickly purr, rub up against your legs, rolls over and even takes belly rubs happily!

Belle is still adjusting to a home life where she knows she’ll be taken care of and can relax, and we hope that after Christmas she’ll be ready for her forever family.

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Melba

Melba Age 7 months has been living in the wild  with brother Ferdinand and is most suited to an outdoor farm/stable or somewhere rural where her own won’t expect too much of her.  Melba is still very nervous and although she doesn’t hide, she doesn’t want to engage. She has progressed to eating a couple of treats in front of her fosterer. We would like Ferdinand adopted with Melba.  Could you offer this pair somewhere safe and warm to live? They’re still only babies with their whole life in front of them.

Iris

Iris and Fifi are still getting used to having people in their lives and it may take a little while for them to feel comfortable around you. Fast movements and being too ‘in their face’ can be pretty scary for them so I’d recommend a house with no young children and with an experienced adult who can read cat behaviour or has had cats in the past.

Ferdinand

Age: 7 months has been living as a wild cat  with sister Melba and is most suited to an outdoor farm/ stable life, or somewhere rural where his owner won’t expect too much of him.

“As much as we would  like Melba and Ferdi to find a comfy lap they’ll need quite a bit of time and would still be best suited to a mouser role.

It would be nice to keep Melba and Ferdi together. But if there is interest in an adoption for Ferdi, he does have the potential to become a nice house cat. He is much more relaxed than Melba and would just need a patient person to give him the time to come out of himself more. Also he has a lovely little trill (more than a meow) when he calls to Melba.”

Raven

Raven is an 11 week old female who is slowly being socialised and learning that having a stroke isn’t that bad.  She will need someone who is prepared to put in lots of time to continue to help socialise her once she is adopted so an experienced cat owner is needed for little Raven.

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Ivy and Noel

11 week old siblings and from the same litter as Raven, however Ivy and Noel have come round very quickly and are lovely kittens.  They will need a safe loving home where someone will be prepared to continue with their socialisation as they were born in the wild and need that little bit of extra help.

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