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.




Honey (F) HC4115

Age: 21 months

Honey is a beautiful young tortoiseshell cat who is looking for a very patient owner who can give her the time and space to realise all humans are not intrinsically bad. She loves her food and home comforts but at the moment is definitely not a lap cat and is not keen on human touch.

Scaredy-cats like Honey can be very rewarding and make very loyal companions when they finally learn to trust their owner.

She would need a quiet adult only home with no other cats as she really doesn't like them which is typical tortie.

Honey is spayed, vaccinated and micro-chipped.



Kirrin (F) HC4285

Age: 18 months

Kirrin was less than a year old when she came into our care heavily pregnant -  the feline version of a teenage mum. She had been reported on social media roaming around the area obviously pregnant.

She gave birth to 5 kittens and now they are weaned, she has been neutered and is looking for her permanent home, away from the kids, who can be a pawful for a single mother.

She's very friendly, laid back, loves batting foil balls and begging for treats.

She'll be very good with children old and informed enough to know what a tailflick means. Her tail is beautifully expressive, as it's impressively long, in contrast to her petite frame.

She doesn't need much attention, and would be comfortable being left alone during the day.

We think she would prefer to be the sole pet in the household.  She is OK living indoors with her fosterer but in time would like to have a safe garden to explore.

Kirrin has been neutered, started her vaccinations and been micro-chipped.


Hyacinth (F) HC4367

Age: 14 months

Hyacinth is a beautiful tabby and white very young mum, who came into our care when her owners realised she was pregnant, and knew they would not be able to cope with kittens in the house.  She must have been waiting for us to collect her, as she gave birth almost as soon as she settled in at one of our vets. 

Hyacinth is a calm, gentle, and elegant young lady, who’s been an excellent mother to her three kittens, and now deserves to regain her lost kittenhood in a home of her own.  Friendly and affectionate, she is highly intelligent, and enjoys puzzle toys. 

Hyacinth will have been spayed, microchipped, treated for fleas and worms, and have begun her vaccinations by the time she is ready for adoption. 

Hyacinth needs to be the only pet, she would be fine for a family with children 8 years and over.  Whoever adopts her would have to be home for at least part of the day as she is very people focused and needs human company.




Alexis (M) HC4372

Age: 7 months
Alexis is related to Masha

Alexis is a beautiful white fluffy kitten with grey/black markings on his head.  He came into our care with his sister Masha.  They were strays living in a used car lot. 

White kittens are often deaf but this pair are not.

This is what their foster carers say now they have been with them a while.

They are very sweet and playful kittens/cats.  They are very inquisitive and they will stick their noses and paws into anything that looks mildly interesting. Be warned they enjoy chewing things like cables.  They enjoy looking out the window, and have been known to have a quick swing on the curtains.  They are not super cuddly but they are very visible and enjoy being around me and the other cats.  They let me stroke them, but only when they are in the mood.  Alexis is a big fluffy giant and Masha is small and slim, but with the loudest purr I've ever heard.  They love the other cats, but can also be quite self contained.   

They'll be affectionate on their own terms so I think they would be better suited to an adult household, with or without other cats.  They are very friendly with their ginger Uncle Rory

Alexis and Masha must be homed together. 

Both have been neutered and micro-chipped



Masha (F) HC4373

Age: 7 months
Masha is related to Alexis

Masha is Alexis's sister but unlike him she is short haired.  She has the same grey/black markings on her head.  These siblings came in as strays living in a used car lot.White cats can be deaf but this pair are not. 

This is what their foster carers say now they have been with them a while.

They are very sweet and playful kittens/cats.  They are very inquisitive and they will stick their noses and paws into anything that looks mildly interesting. Be warned they enjoy chewing things like cables.  They enjoy looking out the window, and have been known to have a quick swing on the curtains.  They are not super cuddly but they are very visible and enjoy being around me and the other cats.  They let me stroke them, but only when they are in the mood.  Alexis is a big fluffy giant and Masha is small and slim, but with the loudest purr I've ever heard.  They love the other cats, but can also be quite self contained.   

They'll be affectionate on their own terms so I think they would be better suited to an adult household, with or without other cats.  They are very friendly with their ginger Uncle Rory

Masha and Alexis must be homed together. 

Both have been neutered and micro-chipped



Tia (F) HC4381

Age: 15 months

Tia came into our care recently due to a change in her owner's circumstances.  She is a sweet and friendly little girl but can be a little shy with people she doesn't know but this will change once she feels secure and settled in her new home.  She is very partial to catnip so  some catnip toys would make her feel at home when she is adopted.

She would be fine for a family with older children say 8 years and above  as she can nip if she get's excited.    She would be equally happy in an adult only home and would like a secure garden to investigate

Tia is neutered, micro-chipped and up to date with her vaccinations. 




Buddy (M) HC4403

Age: 7 months

Before Buddy came into our home, he was found cowering in a McDonald’s car park. As you can imagine, it’s taken some time for him to come out of his shell after a tough start to life. But even since that first day, it was clear that he’s a big softie who enjoys getting lots of love and attention.

To begin with, Buddy was a little nervous around us, but since then he has become confident and comfortable in his foster home. Buddy needs a family that’s willing to be patient. Once he’s settled in, he has a lot of love to give and a great personality!

Buddy is a lovely boy, independent and well-behaved. He likes to play with his toys and can be a little overzealous at times - many of our long-standing kitten toys are in pieces now that he’s finished with them!

When he’s not playing or on the lookout for attention, his favourite hobby is to follow us around the house like our shadow or watch the world go by from the window. 

In terms of looks, Buddy is a very handsome boy. We think he’s actually a brown cat masquerading in black fur - he has a brown/ginger patch under his neck that glows in the sunlight.

We think Buddy would be best suited to a family home with older children/teenagers. Buddy has all the makings of a loyal companion. He deserves a great home.

Buddy is fully vaccinated, microchipped and neutered.



Mr Buttons (M) HC4418

Age: 12 months

Hello, my name is Mr. Buttons

I'm a gorgeous black and white boy not yet one year old.  According to my foster momma I'm the goodest, sweetest and most handsomest kitty that ever was.  I'm very independent and adventurous and absolutely need my own kitty door so I can come and go as I want, but when I'm in the house I'm very trusing and sociable and love to snuggle up on my hooman's lap and purr very loudly.

Sometimes I can't sleep and wanna play at 4 am so I might wake the hooman with my purring or by stroking their face with my soft paw but I'm so adorable they don't mind one bit !!  I'm very gentle when I play fight and don't have any behavioural issues.

If you're just a bit patient with me the first couple of weeks till I've settled in I'll be the bestest furry friend anyone could wish for.

Mr. Buttons is neutered, micro-chipped and fully vaccinated.  We think he would be fine for a family with children 7 years plus.

He will need a secure garden on a quiet road