These are the cats in our care, who are currently not ready for rehoming. They will be settling into foster homes, undergoing potential treatment, awaiting neutering or may just need a little extra time before they are ready to leave our care.
However, you are still able to express an interest if one catches your eye! Please contact Carole on 07741 510799 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paddy came into our care a few weeks ago, having been living as a unneutered stray. After neutering, Paddy hasn’t shown any signs of coming round but his fosterer Annie is continuing to see what type of home Paddy needs.
OBIE AND JAX
These two sweethearts came into our care a few weeks ago. They are so friendly and have such cheeky personalities. They are being viewed by prospective owners very soon.
Gorgeous Phoebe came back into our care after her owners circumstances sadly changed. She is currently reserved and due to go to her new home very soon.
Lovely Cleo came into our care recently. She is currently reserved and due to go to her forever home very soon.
This sweet girl came into our care recently having been signed over from her owners. Lily-May is in need of a dental and then she will be ready to find her forever home.
Gorgeous Jess came into our care recently having lived as a stray. She is incredibly friendly and will be such a wonderful companion when she is ready for rehoming. Jess is in need of a dental so she is currently enjoying herself in the warmth of her foster home.
ALVIN, SIMON AND THEODORE
Alvin (top left), Simon (bottom left) and Theodore (right) were discovered in Stantonbury along with their mother. Sadly we’ve been unable to capture mum as yet, we fear she’s gone to ground probably already pregnant with her next litter.
These little ones are approximately 11 weeks of age and having been safely trapped, its clear they’ve had no physical contact from humans and both Simon and Alvin are suffering from ulcers in their eyes. All three are a little hissy but thankfully Angela can handle Simon and Alvin sufficiently to administer their eye treatment. We are hopeful that Simon won’t lose his eye that is ulcerated but Alvin will require enucleation, an operation to remove the badly ulcerated eye. We are hopeful that with regular lubrication we can safe his other eye.
We are currently holding a short waiting list for people wanting kittens.