Cats & kittens

Rehoming list

Please consider an older cat as they are often calmer, gentler, loving and more grateful!
Black or black and white cats and kittens are nearly always overlooked so please also take this into account.

Jessica (F) HC3714

Age: 23 months

Jessica and Lola are sisters. They are both adorable and very bonded with each other. They love to play andd have lots of energy, they bounce about all over the place. They are very affectionate and will always check in with you then go back to whatever they were doing. Very easy going, good appetites and quite talkative.  Definitely need a garden and obviously a loving home. 

Jessica is the tabby kitten.

The sisters have been spayed, are fully vaccinated and micro-chipped.

Callie (F) HC3886

Age: 23 months

Callie is a pretty young tortoisehell who was abandoned at a vet practice.  She had no microchip, wasn't neutered and had a badly broken and wounded tail.  Sadly there was no alternative but to amputate most of her tail but she still has 3 or 4 inches left. the first photo shows her short tail.    Callie has been neutered and micro-chipped. 

Sadly our vet has confirmed that she is technically blind but he thinks she may be able to see some contrast. 

She is a very affectionate little girl,  loves cuddles and can be held like a baby.  She will need an experienced home with somebody around most of the time and willing to learn the best way to inter-react with her.  Her foster home says it's quite easy now they know what to do.  Blind cats cope very well once they are used to their surroundings.  She is very young and deserves a forever home.

Latest update from foster home.  While Callie hates the other female cats in the house she's very fond of Mr. Yellow and seems to want to play but sadly he's scared of her.

She could possibly be homed with a sweet natured, gentle male cat who likes other cats. Not suitable for children as she can nip but only when she's startled.

Update from foster home:  Callie will need a home with a very secure garden.  As she can't see much she enjoys the smell and feel of the garden even in the rain.  She's young and has lots of energy so an indoor home wouldn't be right for her. She also needs some daytime company as she's very chattty.  

Alexis (M) HC4089

Age: 6 months

Alexis is a sweet little boy who was very shy when he first came to stay.  He used to squeeze himself into the tiniest of spaces and sit quietly while I turned the house upside down looking for him!  He has come on leaps and bounds since then.  He no longer feels the need to hide and likes to make his presence known.  He likes the resident cats, especially Rory, the ginger tabby. 

He likes his own space, but he will let you stroke him when he’s chilling out with the other cats.  As you can see from the photos he's very happy when he's with the resident cats, so I think he would be happier if there was another feline friendly cat in the household.  

Alexis is neutered, fully vaccinated and micro-chipped.


Chance (M) HC4100

Age: 6 months
Chance is related to Serendipity

Chance is a super little fellow, as playful, friendly, and confident as any kitten can be.  His philosophy of life is, 'he who hesitates is lost', and he throws himself heedlessly into whatever fun and games are on offer.  When not doing double back somersaults, playing with his favourite wand toy, he's recently discovered how exciting it can be to chase his own tail.  Chance purrs loudly whenever people enter the foster room; Auntie likes to think this is because he's fond of her, but suspects it's just that he's hoping for more food. 

Chance would like to be adopted with his sister, Serendipity (HC4102).  Suitable for children six years and above. 

Chance is neutered, fully vaccinated microchipped, and treated for fleas and worms. 

You can watch Chance at play, via this link to his fosterer's YouTube channel:

Serendipity (F) HC4102

Age: 6 months
Serendipity is related to Chance

In complete contrast to her brother, Chance, Serendipity's watch word is, 'look before you leap.'  She plays just as enthusiastically as her siblings, but likes to sit back and observe first, to get a clear idea of what's going on.  With her beautiful white coat, Serendipity is like a soft, warm, very cuddly snowball.  She's an excellent singer too, always joining in the family's chorus of encouragement as they watch Auntie serving up their next meal.  (They sound like the mice from Bagpuss.) 

Serendipity would like to be adopted with her brother, Chance (HC4100) Suitable for children six years and above.

Serendipity is neutered, fully vaccinated,microchipped, and treated for fleas and worms.

You can watch Serendipity and her siblings at play, via this link to her fosterer's YouTube channel:

They both love playing in the crinkly tunnel

Bella (F) HC4134

Age: 18 months

Bella was a stray cat who we trapped and neutered thinking we would have to put her back as she was originally thought to be feral.  She turned out to be much more friendly than we thought and although timid she liked to be fussed. This is what her foster homes says about her.

Bella is a very affectionate cat and loves human attention. She loves to be stroked but due to previous neglect likes to see your hand coming. She is playful and chatty and would make a lovely family pet or for someone who is around a lot of the day and will be a loyal cat once she settles. She would like a garden to explore.

Bella has been neutered and micro-chipped and started her vaccinatons

Kimi (F) HC4141

Age: 14 months

This young cat was found wandering along the A40, no chip and no collar and it's a miracle she wasn't run over.  She's only been in a foster home a very short time and this is what they say about her.

When Kimi first came wandering into our lives,  she was a little tentative but after a bit of time exploring, Kimi welcomed us with friendly head nuzzles 

Within a week Kimi has warmed to her new surroundings and is much more at ease. She loves company, likes to lie on you at every opportunity (especially if you are horizontal) and has become a strangely protective presence in our home. She likes to sit up like a meerkat and growl at unfamiliar noises from our neighbours. It’s nice that she’s looking out for us. 

Kimi loves cuddles, but always on her own terms. She can be a bit sassy if you catch her by surprise. We think Kimi would make a wonderful addition to a family with or without older children.

Kimi has bee spayed, will have started her vaccinations and been micro-chipped before homing.