If you are fully aware of the expenses of responsible cat ownership and are prepared to give a cat a good home for the rest of its life please ring
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Our adult cats are cared for in our own state of the art cattery but this is situated within a private boarding facility so you are unable to visit until you have been issued with a pass and then you can ring to make an appointment. You will be made aware of the opening times when your pass is issued.
We now have a traffic light system for cats to show potential adopters the cats most in need of a new home. Our cats are cared for in our state of the art cattery but however good the facilities it is not the same as being in a loving home. Six months is a long time for any animal to stay in care.
Red denotes cats that have been with us over 6 months
Amber denotes cats that have been with us between 4 & 6 months
Green denotes cats that have been with us less than 3 months.
Faith - C72
Faith is a new arrival in our care. We are not sure of her age yet but she is obviously a young cat. She hasn't really had time to settle in yet but the girls at our cattery have seen her loving side so they have a ot of faith (?) that she will come round. She needs to go to a home with someone who will have the patience to help her see that people are lovely really and nothing to be scared of. She has the biggest eyes!
K80/19 - Sooty aged 12 weeks
Sooty is one of 3 kittens rescued from up a tree by the fire brigade. They have been brought up by one of our fosterers and they get on with other cats and are very attached to each other. They are wary of humans they don't know and will need time and patience to adjust to a new home. Soory will come for cuddles now and she purrs non stop
K81/19 - Lucky aged 12 weeks.
Lucky is a friendly little boy. He is 1 of the 3 kittens rescued from a tree by the fire brigade. All three kittens are very attachd to each other and don't like to be apart. Lucky is good with other cats but wary of humans he doesn't know. He will need time and patience to get used to a new home.
K82/19 - Fireman Sam (Sammy) aged 12 weeks
Sam is a lovely boy. He is the brother of the other 2 kittens rescued from up a tree by the fire brigade, hence his name! Due to his bad start in life he is still timid and he will need time and patience to get used to a new home. He is really good with other cats but wary of humans he doesn't know. He will let the girls at the cattery cuddle him now.
K98 Jill & K99 Jack - aged 4 months
These two kittens were found on their own living as feral when they were very young. They have been cared for by one of our very experienced fosterers and they are now very friendly and playful kittens. They must be adopted together as they are very close. Jill is still a bit shy and needs her brother.
K122 Bella - aged 6 weeks (12/10)
Bella is one of the kittens who was found dumped in a skip & rescued by an RSPCA Inspector. They were very young when they were found so have been raised by one of our fosterers. They are all used to normal household noise, other cats, children and a small dog.
K129 Chester - ginger male
K130 Peaches - ginger female
K127 Pebbles - tabby male.
These 3 kittens were found in a pig slurry tank along with another little boy who we are keeping a bit longer before we put him up for adoption.
Chester & Peaches must be adopted as a pair but Pebbles can go on his own.
Chester & Peaches are very friendly but Pebbles is still a little bit timid He does purr when you pick him up though. They are all used to other cats and small dogs.
Lady - C58 - aged 1-2 years
Lady was very underweight when she came into care. She came in with Crystal who is also a dark Tortie. She is enjoying all the TLC she is getting in the cattery and she deserves to find a home where she can enjoy all the love and cuddles in the world. She is really close to her sister Crystal so we would prefer them to be adopted together.
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