Our Cats available for rehoming
Rae is a quiet female who is 10+ years old. She has has a pretty rough time recently and it would be lovely for her to find a quiet and comfortable home for her retirement years. She is quite nervous around us at the moment, probably because she has had an unsettling time and we think she would be best suited to a patient owner who can give her lots of reassurance.
Bruce is a very lively and loving young lad. He likes lots of attention and would be a nice family pet. Please contact us to find when he can be viewed.
Fred is a very friendly and affectionate young man. He would be a good pet for a family as he loves lots of fuss and attention – he can be a little over enthusiastic sometimes so probably best with no very young children.
Harry is a friendly young male who is looking for a new home with a garden to explore, as he loves to spend time outside. He has had a flea allergy in the past, but this has now been treated and is under control. New owners would need to keep an eye on this in the future though. A lovely lad who deserves a loving home.
Oscar is a quiet but friendly 3 year old. Would be best suited to a quieter home with possibly older children. Has lived with another cat before.
Gwen is a nervous young female who was living as a stray. She will need to be rehomed to patient owners who can give her plenty of time to gain confidence.
Barney and Liz are a young brother and sister who are about 9 months old. They are looking for a home where they can stay together, as Barney gets very stressed if he is away from Liz – they are so close! They will need a quiet home where they can have their own space, although they are friendly cats that can be handled and stroked. Probably best with no young children.
Riley is a big boy with character and attitude! He was very nervous and defensive when he first arrived and it has taken several months for him to start gaining confidence. He will now sit quite close to you on the floor when treats are being given out and seems to be getting more confident with people on a one to one basis. He still gets very defensive when several people are in the room, but if there was a quiet home out there for him with no children, it would be lovely to see him given a chance to continue gaining confidence. He seems ok with the other cats in his room, so may be suitable in a home with existing cats.
Pinky is one of a group of cats that came from a multi cat environment. We feel he would be best suited to be rehomed with one of his companions.The group are all a little shy at present, but they have been socialised, so will settle in a new home. Best with no young children.
Ziggy is one of a group of cats that came from a multi cat environment. We feel he would be best suited to be rehomed with one of his companions. The group are all a little shy at present, but they have been socialised, so will settle in a new home. Best with no young children.
NimNim is one of a group of cats that came from a multi cat environment. We feel she would be best suited to be rehomed where there was another cat as she likes a companion.. The group are all a little shy at present, but have been socialised so will settle in a new home. Best with no young children.
Charlie is one of our FIV cats so is looking for an indoor home or a home with secure outdoor access. He is a little shy still at the moment so would need to be allowed time to gain confidence. He would be best suited to a quiet home.
Pia is a nervous young cat who has not had much contact with humans. She would be best suited to a quiet home with patient owners who would allow her time to gain confidence. As with many of our shy cats, they get comfort from being with other cats, so it would be nice for her to find a home with a companion.
The star of our “Purr – Exit” day move on 31 October! He is one of our FIV cats and is looking for an indoor home or a home with secure outdoor access. He is a lovely boy who has gained so much confidence since he has been with us. He now loves a fuss and deserves the chance of a caring new home.
Austin is a very handsome young male who was living rough as a stray. He has now been neutered and is in our younger cat re-homing pen. He is obviously very nervous at the moment and taking time to settle in. He seems to take comfort from the other cats in the pen, and would probably like the company of another cat in a new home. New owners would need to be patient and give him lots of time to settle. Not suitable for a home with children.
Ash is a quiet male who was living with several other cats before he came to us, so a new home with one or two other cats would be considered. He is looking for a new home with no children where he can continue to gain confidence. It will take a while for him to settle in new surroundings so patient owners who can allow him some space and time would be ideal.
Bonnie is a quiet female who is still quite nervous. She needs a home with no children and with patient owners who can allow her time to gain confidence. We feel that in the right home she will come out of her shell and hope there is someone out there who will give her that chance.
We always have a number of cats here that are very shy and not very trusting of us humans. All they need is space to be themselves and lots of tlc and patience. So if you think you can offer a couple of shy cats a home then please pop in to meet them. Thank you