In need of a home

Leena is a pretty tabby female who is about three years old. She is friendly and playful and would make a lovely family pet, but not suitable for children.

Meet Raine

In need of a home

Raine who is about four years old is mostly black with a dash of white on his chest. He is an affectionate cat who loves attention but will let you know when he’s had enough.

A home with experienced, understanding cat owners, who will be aware that he would need time to settle in, would be ideal for this rather scruffy, (at the moment,) but lovely boy but not suitable with children.

A nice garden to run, play and chase to do all the usual cat things that cats get up to would be perfect for this lad about town.


In need of a home

Titch is about four years old. He’s a fairly big cat, friendly, if a little shy.

He was very matted when we picked him up so has had a lot of fur removed. See other photo of him of his tail like a feather duster.

Would make a nice pet for someone with a little patience in the beginning to allow his full personality to come out.

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 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.

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.

Feral Cats

Feral cats

In need of a home

Feral Cats are in as much need as friendly ones. They are often found in small groups in some back gardens or larger colonies on waste ground or behind shops etc. These type of cats are difficult to place so we are always looking for somewhere for them to go. Some people are happy to have a couple of feral cats living in their garden and as long as they provide dry warm shelter and food can live a long and happy life and even can get quite friendly over time.