Before you consider adopting a cat or kitten, please take a moment to visit our Responsible pet ownership page.
Once you've decided you'd like to proceed and adopt from us, our Adoption Process page will explain how the process works.
We try to keep the process simple and straightforward. Details of cats available for adoption are listed below.
We do have cats regularly admitted and some will get adopted before being advertised.
For more information, or to register your interest in adopting these or other cats in our care,
please call us on 07504 129955 or complete the contact form below
Bobby 13yrs old, 5kg grey tabby. Sadly, his previous owner died, leaving him needing another home. He is the sweetest, most loving cat, as long as you're not another cat, dog or rabbit. He definitely needs to be the noly cat in your life. Affectionate and loving, for 13yrs old he's in very good health and was obviously very much loved.
Indoor only. Bracken 9yrs old stunning male Bengal. Very friendly, loving, chatty, just a gorgeous boy. Loves head to head bumps and will happily nuzzle into your hair. Bracken has FIV, so would require either a large indoor home with plenty of space & enrichment or a home with an enclosed catio/garden for outdoor adventures. FIV cats can live long and happy lives, some (like Bracken) show no clinical signs at all. As the virus is spread through saliva, it would be possible for Bracken to be rehomed with other FIV cats.
Betty 5yrs old is one of those cats known for being friendly "on her terms". She can be known to "nip" if you're doing something to annoy her, but most of the time she's a realxed chilled cat. Happy with her own company she enjoys sitting on the sofa or gazing out the window and watching the world go by.
Indoors only. Little Mirio is 5yrs old and has always lived indoors. She's a nervous little soul, but once she gets to know you, she'll come out for cuddles and enjoys head and ear strokes. Mirio would be better suited to a quieter home without young children or other pets.
Assisted adoption due to kidney problems. Rupert 7yrs old is a very special boy, he is deaf but that doesn’t stop him living his life to the full. He’s a very affectionate, friendly gentleman who just loves to spend hours just sitting on a willing lap. He’s very good around children and visitors alike. He’s very food orientated and has a few quirks, such as drinking water only from the kitchen tap. He loves chasing his laser pointer and loves to shout at the birds in the garden, loudly! He has two distinctive meows – one for water and one for food! He loves to go to bed with his foster parents and enjoys a cuddle. Being deaf he would also need a catio/ protected outdoor space.
Feral Cats - looking for exciting new career opportunities
We are regularly asked to trap & neuter feral cats, but they can't always be returned to the same location, so we are always looking for suitable rural locations for these natural born pest controllers.
Although these cats are feral, they still require food, water & shelter to be provided.
Please get in touch if you are feel you can provide a "safe & happy hunting ground" for one of these hunters.