Here you'll find our cats that have been in foster care for over 6 months. Some may be a little more timid, some may need a more experienced owner and some, quite frankly, we have no idea why they are overlooked.
Please take the time to check out some of our cats who really do deserve a loving home.
Choco and Bramley
These two dapper gentleman are looking for a very special home. They have been in foster care for over two years now, always overlooked but they really deserve a nice retirement home. They are older cats and will be timid initially, they are a little wary of being handled but will make wonderful companions as they ask for nothing, they just need a patient owner.
If anyone is looking for a nice house panther then look no further! The gorgeous Timmy is a big cat, he likes to follow you around and does demand attention. In true big cat style, he can be a little temperamental, so we are looking for an experienced cat owner who is used to cats with a big personality. Timmy is therefore not suitable for a home with children.
Oscar and Tilly
These two beautiful cats are looking for a home together. Oscar is the cat on the left, and when he's not busy modelling, he enjoys the simple life. Tilly, when she's not wishing Oscar would stop posing, enjoys playtime.
They were surrendered to the charity when their owner could no longer look after them. It has been a big change for them so they'll need a little time to settle into a new home. They are both very sweet cats and will make wonderful companions.
Thomas and Toby
Black and white cats are often overlooked but we don't know why! I mean these two are already dressed in their finest tuxedos, you won't find two smarter dressed cats. They are both playful and inquisitive, Toby is a little more timid than Thomas but they will soon settle, apparently they can be easily bribed with treats which helps gain their confidence. Thomas can be a little cheeky at times and sometimes bats your hand but often this is to get attention as he likes to be stroked.
We would like to rehome these two together, one has tested positive for FIV but this is not a concern with the two of them.