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.

Buster

In need of a home with garden

Buster is a young male about 2-3 years old in need of his forever home.

He’s and is very friendly and likes a cuddle and would make a great addition to any family.

Tommy

In need of a home with garden

Tommy is a friendly young man looking for his forever home. He is about 2 – 3 years old.

He is being looked after by Derek who is feeding him and giving him shelter in his garden and with winter coming it would be nice for him to have a home before the weather gets too bad.

Would suit a family with older children

Stevie

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

Pancho

In need of a home with garden

Pancho is about 3-4 yrs old. He was a garden stray who was taken in with an injured paw. He was quite defensive and reactive initially but over a few weeks has become calmer and more relaxed. He is a friendly talkative boy who likes to stretch out beside you and has now also become a lap cat.

Like a lot of cats he doesn’t much like to be picked up and held (that might change in time as he has come a long way from when he first arrived). He will wind around your legs and likes to be stroked and scratched on his back. He is much more content now he can go out and would need access to a safe garden.

Having been a stray he’s quite independent cat so would need to be kept in for a few weeks to bond with his new family. He would probably be best as an only cat in a quiet household where he doesn’t have to compete.