Thursday, September 16, 2021

Juno

This pretty 1 year old girl is very nervous around people, so we are looking for a home either at a farm or stables or a home with outdoor access and a patient adopter who doesn't mind that she isn't keen on interacting with people. She may well benefit from an existing confident cat in the home, probably a youngster as it's more likely the cats would get on with each other. She is not aggressive - will lick food from fingers and tolerate light caresses. She shrinks from contact but doesn't lash out.

Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Crisp

Crisp is a 9 years old, male cat. We are trying to rehome him direct from his owner He is quite an anxious boy - his owner says he often hides under the bed if things change in the house but he just needs patience and time to adjust to things. He has come a long way since they got him as a very timid stray who had been scavanging for food by day and living in a doghouse by night. He has gained in confidence and loves lounging in the garden and never wanders too far from home. He prefers women to men and will often snuggle but it has to be on his terms. A home without children would suit him. He has been friends with a dog so he could get on with a cat friendly dog and may get on with another cat.

Yumi

Yumi is 14 years young. She is very energetic for an old lady, you wouldn't think she is 14 if you saw her running all over the house! She is very affectionate - loving cuddles and attention almost as much as food! She would like a quiet home without young children and dogs. Could possibly live with another cat. We are trying to find her a home directly from her owner who sadly cannot keep her any more.

Sunday, July 25, 2021

Dawn and Dusky -

Dawn is a pretty silver tortie looking for a home with her sweet sister Dusky. Approx 12 weeks old they are ready for a new home They arent phased by small cat friendly dogs.

Sunday, June 20, 2021

Jax

Jax is a 3 year old Old Tyme Bulldog. He came into our care because of bad skin and ear trouble which sadly his owners were finding hard to manage. He is doing well in foster care and has had surgery on both of his ears to remove the ear canals. This means he is partially deaf. He is used to sign language and is quite easy to communicate with (you have to talk loudly to him and use signs). He is lovely natured and loves children, he has lived with a child before. We will consider homes with respectful children as he can get quite rough when playing. He is really easy to go for a walk with, never pulls on his lead. He loves to play with squeaky toys and tennis balls, as well as chew on flavoured bone toys. Jax loves people and wants to be near somebody at all times, he suffers from separation anxiety, which he's getting over with the help of his foster carers. He loves to snuggle up with you at night or in the mornings, a belly rub is his favourite spa treatment. He almost never barks and enjoys exploring new places. He may need to stay on a special diet to help his skin condition.

Friday, April 27, 2018