Smokey & Stevie

In need of a home with garden

Smokey around four and Stevie around 2-3 met in foster care and get on very well.

They are quite cheeky and let you know when it’s time to eat especially when you are not awake yet. A gentle pat on the left cheek from Smokey and if that doesn’t work a sharper tap on the right from Stevie. Good team work from them both.

They are both friendly cats and seem to enjoy each others company. Would make good family pets we think better with older children and a nice garden so they can play chase.


In need of a home

Gracie is one of our young mum cats who did a great job of rearing her babies and now deserves a nice home of her own. She is around 3 -4 years old.

She is lovely and friendly once she gets to know you and loves other cats. She likes to play with her toys and seems happy indoors although it would be nice if she had a nice quiet garden to go into.

Gracie is nervous of new people and situations but is very loving once she gets to know you and would probably be best with a couple or family with older children only.


In need of a home

Smokey is a male about 4 years old. He came to us after a call from a housing estate to say he had been abandoned and was being fed by different neighbours.

Smokey loves attention and loves to be combed everyday and enjoys his food. He is a lovely calm, affectionate and confident cat and we are sure he would make a good family pet.

He has made friends with Stevie in his foster home and they play and have a chase with each other.

Both would need a garden


In need of a home with garden

Stevie is a young lad about 2 -3 years old he will need to have a home with a garden so he can run around and do all the running and chasing that young cats do.

Very friendly and loves attention. Made friends with Smokey in foster care and they run and play together so would make a good pair.

Stevie has what they call dry eye syndrome and will need eye drops to lubricate his eyes at least two times a day. He’s not too keen at having them but will accept that he needs them as he sometimes comes up to you and gives one of his funny looks. A very sweet boy


FIV in need of an indoor home

Stanley is about 3 years of age. Left to left to roam un-neutered and get into fights he is now another one of our FIV cats, a great shame for this very handsome boy.

He has taken his time to settle but we think he is now ready for a fresh start to his short life so far. We think he’s bored waiting so someone needs to hurry and snap him up as he said he can’t wait forever.

Adults only we think unless teenagers who won’t mind this spikey rogue who is always up for a challenge (with you!) as he doesn’t like to be pushed around or told what to do, just like any typical teenagers, as that is what he really is in cat years, a teen, so mum and dads be warned!

An indoor home with space to roam or secure garden is what he needs.


FIV in need of an indoor home

Ryany is approx 5 years old. He was one of our strays that had had a difficult time outside. With a nasty open neck wound that extended from halfway from the back of his neck to the front which was badly infected. He still has some bald patches that we think will never grow fur but you can only see it at a certain angle.

He is a quiet cautious cat that takes things slowly but he has come a long way from when he first came into us and now enjoys being brushed and stroked.

He would get on with another calmer quiet cat and has been with our other FIV cat Liam and they respect each other.

A quiet home with no children with people who would be sensitive to his needs as he still nips occasionally if he feels insecure, this will improve with time though as he hardly does it at all now.

An indoor home or with a safe enclosed garden for this young man so he can have a happy home.

Liam FIV+

FIV+ In need of a home

Liam is about 8 years old. Unfortunately has tested FIV positive, this shows that he’s had a bad start in life with, whoever owned him when he was a kitten and growing up, did not love him enough to get him neutered.

Liam has now tested as Diabetic and will need continued medication for this.

Still a bit of a toughy but is much better. You can see he is getting rather bored in foster care but has come on very well from how he was at first.

Will have a good few scratches on his head (and a little brush whilst eating) before he says, ok, that’s enough, I don’t want you thinking I’m getting soft!

Will be a great character with the right person or people with a bit of time and patience. Would possibly get on with another cat, with Ryany at present and they tolerate each other.