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.




Muffin (F) HC4194

Age: 10 weeks
Muffin is related to Martha

Muffin was born at one of our vets after we took in her mum Martha from a multi-cat household.

Mother and daughter are inseparable. Muffin is Martha's only surviving kitten and she is adorable, very playful and confident. Martha is very timid but is getting more confident daily. We can pick her up and she likes to be stroked. She needs time to understand she is loved as she hasn't been before. She will, in time, make a very loyal and loving pet but needs someone who will be patient with her. 

Muffin and Martha must be homed together. They have a very strong bond and Muffin needs her mum Martha as much as Martha needs Muffin. Can you give this pair the home they deserve? Muffin is chocolate box pretty and Martha is so desperate to be loved. 

Muffin will have started her vaccinations and been micro-chipped before adoption.




Conrad (M) HC4196

Age: 9 weeks
Conrad is related to Jasmin

Conrad is a beautiful long-haired kitten with seal point markings.  His mum Jasmin is a pure white long haired cat with blue eyes. Conrad is an absolutely gorgeous boy - very playful and inquisitive.

He will be well socialised and ready for adoption in late July when he will be old enough to be vaccinated and micro-chipped.  

As he is Jasmin's only kitten she is very attached to him and we will be looking to home them together once she is spayed. 


Frankie (M) HC4202

Age: 10 weeks
Frankie is related to Alice Elliot Gabriel Morgan

Frankie, Elliot, Gabriel and Morgan were found in a garden with their mum Alice after tenants moved out and left her behind, heavily pregnant.   The kittens were only a few days old and mum was starving.  She's a very good mum and the kittens are thriving.  

Update from their foster home :  They are a happy confident litter who have settled incredibly well in foster.  They are particularly relaxed when being held and cuddled and will do well in a family environment.  Some would be fine as only kittens as long as someone is at home for most of the day.

The kittens have different coloured collars as three of them are virtually identical.  

The kittens will have started their vaccinations and been micro-chipped before homing.


Elliot (M) HC4203

Age: 10 weeks
Elliot is related to Alice Frankie Gabriel Morgan

See notes on Frankie.


Gabriel (M) HC4204

Age: 10 weeks
Gabriel is related to Alice Frankie Elliot Morgan

See notes on Frankie

They  all have different coloured collars as three are virtiually identical but Gabriel is a little Houdini who manages to take his off.


Morgan (M) HC4205

Age: 10 weeks
Morgan is related to Alice Frankie Elliot Gabriel

See notes on Frankie



Tommy (M) HC4206

Age: 18 weeks

Tommy is a tabby and white boy kitten, very lively, full of energy and loves to play chase and chew toys.   We don't think he can have had much in the way of stroking or cuddles in his early life as he can nip when you stroke him, but he is improving slowly and can be picked up and cuddled for a short time.   Because he will need a new home with patience and time to help him learn to appreciate stroking and affection without rushing him, we don't think Tommy would suit a home with very young children.  He would be best suited to a family with older children (10+) or adults

Tommy has been checked by our vets and has been vaccinated and microchipped


Rosie - Red (F) HC4208

Age: 10 weeks
Rosie - Red is related to Polly - blue collar Betty - yellow collar Ralph - Orange

Rosie is one of a litter of 4 identical black kittens.  They were born to a stray mum but are now friendly and socialised.

We've had to put collars on them so we know which is which.  There are 3 girls, Rose, Betty and Polly, and just one boy Ralph.

Ideally we would like to home them in pairs. Everyone needs a pair of mini panthers in their life.

The kittens will have started their vaccinations and been micro=chipped before homing.


Polly - blue collar (F) HC4209

Age: 10 weeks
Polly - blue collar is related to Rosie - Red Betty - yellow collar Ralph - Orange

See notes on Rosie


Betty - yellow collar (F) HC4210

Age: 10 weeks
Betty - yellow collar is related to Rosie - Red Polly - blue collar Ralph - Orange

See notes on Rosie


Ralph - Orange (M) HC4211

Age: 10 weeks
Ralph - Orange is related to Rosie - Red Polly - blue collar Betty - yellow collar

See notes on Rosie.


Jo (F) HC4224

Age: 10 weeks
Jo is related to Beth Laurie

As befits her name, Jo is a little tomboy, smartly turned out in black and white tuxedo.  She is always happy to play, and has the loudest purr in the family.  Jo must be homed with her brother Laurie, as they are best friends and snuggle buddies. 

Suitable for sensible children five and above.  Jo will have begun her vaccinations, been microchipped, and treated for fleas and worms, prior to adoption.  Ready for homing in late July.

You can see them play in the video clip

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SVcsVCP66AA


Beth (F) HC4225

Age: 10 weeks
Beth is related to Jo Laurie

Beth's stunning 'split-face' markings tell us that she is a chimera (kim-erra).  This means she has two different sets of DNA, having been formed by the merging of two initially separate foetuses very early in gestation.  It makes no difference to her health or life expectancy, but certainly explains why she seems to have double the usual amount of naughty tortie attitude!

Beth can be homed as an only kitten if there is plenty of human company during the day, or as companion to a friendly (preferably fairly tolerant) resident cat.  Her semi-longhair coat means she will appreciate a little help with grooming, giving her people a lovely opportunity to bond with her, through gentle brushing two or three times a week. 

Suitable for sensible children five and above.  Beth will have begun her vaccinations, been microchipped, and treated for fleas and worms, prior to adoption.  Ready for homing in late July.


Laurie (M) HC4230

Age: 10 weeks
Laurie is related to Jo Beth

Fluffy, black Laurie is the perfect sweet, shy boy-next-door, and is closely bonded with his sister Jo.  He can be a tad nervous with new people, but Jo's company boosts his confidence, so that he soon joins in when Auntie waves a toy around.  His semi-longhair coat means he will appreciate a little help with grooming as he grows up, giving his people a lovely opportunity to help him overcome any initial shyness, through gentle brushing two or three times a week.  Laurie must be homed with Jo. 

Suitable for sensible children five and above (subject to a careful introduction).  Laurie will have begun his vaccinations, been microchipped, and treated for fleas and worms, prior to adoption.  eady for homing in late July.

You can see them play in the clip below

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SVcsVCP66AA



Pebble (M) HC4240

Age: 13 weeks

Pebble is a very handsome and good natured kitten, who adores chasing toy mice and toys attached to ribbons. He is a little shy at first but soon settles in and comes to investigate anything you play with. He particularly enjoys climbing in and out of cardboard boxes.

He would be fine for a family with older children who would enjoy playing with him.

Pebble will have started hs vaccinations and been micro-chipped before homing



Cirrus (M) HC4266

Age: 8 weeks
Cirrus is related to Stratos

 Cirrus is a very confident and playful kitten.  Trying to get a photo wasn't easy as he was so curious about the camera. At one point he put both his paws on top of it so all I got was a close up of his tummy.  Eventually he decided to sit still and pose perfectly.

He needs to be homed with his slightly more timid brother Stratos.   The pair would be fine for a family with sensible chldren.

Cirrus will have started his vaccinations and been micro-chipped before homing.



Stratos (M) HC4267

Age: 8 weeks
Stratos is related to Cirrus

Little Stratos is so pretty we were convinced we had a little girl, but the vets tell us that she's a he.

A little more shy than his littermate  Cirrus but as they have only just come into our care the shyness will soon wear off, especially he follows  the lead of his very confident brother.

Stratos and Cirrus must be homed together and will be fine for a family with sensible children.

He will have started his vaccinations and be micro-chipped before homing.