Frank was brought in by an inspector from a home with too many cats. He is a very shy little boy who will need time and patience to settle down in a new home. He would possibly live with another cat, but unfortunately needs a home without children. Photo to come.
Charlie and Shiloh came to us because the owner was moving and unable to take them. They are sisters who seem to get on well. They are often curled up together. Both cats are a little shy at first, and not too keen on lots of noise, so a home without young children would possibly be best for them. More info to come.
Luna and spot are sisters who came in from a multi cat household. Both cats are very nervous and shy. They will need time and patience to help them settle and trust you. Needs to be a calm home and someone who doesn’t mind the fact they will need to stay indoors a long while before being confident enough go out.
Annie came in to the shelter from our Harmsworth branch in London. She was taken in as a stray with a very nasty collar injury. Her leg was stuck through the collar. It was not a safety collar. The vets tried very hard to keep the leg but the infection was just too nasty and was not responding to medication. So she had to have her front right leg removed. We are looking for an active household for Annie, she is a busy cat and even though she only has three legs she is very agile and fast on her feet. ...