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.




Wilfred (M) HC4140

Age: 4 years
Urgent rehoming required

Wilfred was a stray being fed by a family who were moving away so asked if we would take him.  He is currently boarding at one of our vets while we try to find a foster home for him but what he really needs is a forever home.  

He is a mega friendly boy, basically a chunky cuddle bug and all the vet nurses are totally in love with him and have him out of his pen and on their laps at every opportuity.

If you want a big affectionate boy, Wilfred is the cat for you.

He's been neutered, started his vaccinations  and been micro-chipped

 



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.