Deli (L) & his sister Ali

In need of a home

Deli and Ali are brother and sister (Ali is much smaller than Deli) are now eight months old.

They are friendly, loving cats who eat, play and sleep together and are very close so would need a home together.

They would need a garden to run around in and would make great family pets.

Samson- Fiv+

In need of a home

Samson is a very handsome white and ginger about three to four years old.

He has tested FIV positive so an indoor home or a home with a secure garden or catio would be best for this gentle giant.

He is friendly, loves attention, quite vocal and would make an ideal pet for a family where there is lots going on as he like to be in the middle of things ie. centre of attraction.

Jacob FIV+

FIV+ In need of a home

Jacob is our newest cat in. Another un-neutered tom who has tested FIV.

He is about five years old and very friendly. Very vocal so will like company and lots going on around him and will be very keen to join in the fun and games.

An indoor home or an enclosed garden is what we are looking for for this very handsome boy.

Jeff Seymour

In need of a home

This very confident distinguished looking cat is about 4yrs old.

He is a friendly boy who likes some attention he will sit beside you but not on laps yet. Not suitable with younger children but in a family with teenagers would be ok.

He will need a garden to do all the cat things that cats normally do.

Spider FIV+

FIV+ In need of a home

Reserved

Spider is another one of our cats who was left un-neutered, had to fend for himself, getting into many fights and now has the FIV virus.

He is a lovable rogue who loves attention, if still a little shy but will flourish in the right home.

He is around five years old and waiting for his next adventure.

Susan’s FIV Cat Spot

FIV+ In need of a home

Spot was a stray that turned up outside her front door in a poor state. After going to the vet he tested FIV positive so we are looking for an indoor home for this lovely boy.

Susan has had him for over a year now in a spare room as she has her own cats so he is quite lonely and because during the virus she was not able to do home checks as she wants to meet the adoptive parents for this very special boy.

He is on long term medication. a mild steroid to keep his gums from flaring up which often happens with the FIV virus amd this would need to continue so a vet trp every three months would be needed.

He is very friendly, loves attention and would get on with another cat but not necessary. so can be adopted as a single cat.