Animals in our care

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These two little tortie girls are absolute sweeties.  Ray is the tortie and white and her sister is a dark calico tortie called Fox.  Ray is 3 years’ old and sister Fox is around 6 months’ younger.  They are to be homed together as they are great pals.  Both girls are fine with children and we have no reason to suppose that other cats would be a problem.  They may well also be okay with a cat-savvy dog.

Fox and Ray are both spayed, vaccinated and microchipped.


If there is a residential care home for old cats, I really need to find it for these two golden oldies.  Mum, Spot, is 17 years’ old and daughter, Mitzi, is 16.  Neutered, chipped and vaccinated, these old ladies have been handed into care for no apparent good reason.  I don’t want to dwell on the owners as I am uncertain regarding the laws of slander.  Both moggies have been vet checked and are good for their age.  They are indoor cats and truly hate having to live in an outside cat run because they just don’t understand why they have been turned out at this most vulnerable time of their lives.  They are petite and just lay together all day.  Anyone out there in a position to help please?


Whitey is absolutely beautiful.  Very handsome young adult who has been neutered.  Whitey has been living outside pretty much all his life we think.  A kind lady has been feeding him but she has cats already and the situation is not ideal so he has come into our care to look for a permanent home.  Whitey would let his lady fuss him and pick him up and maybe one day he will allow a new person to do the same but in the meantime, he is completely feral and really needs a home where he can live outside until such time as he ever thinks it might be a good idea to live indoors ….

He needs to be assured of food, shelter and warmth in the winter but apart from that, he will be fine on his own, outside.  If you think this relationship could work for you, please call Di on 07540-552582



Do you have a smallholding, stables or any other safe, warm environment where you think one or two feral or semi-feral cats might be happy???  Provided you are happy to supply your feral with food and any necessary veterinary treatment, it will help to keep your space vermin-free as repayment.