. These cats have come into our care after their elderly owner sadly passed away.
Beatie - 1 year black female.- HOMED Bella - 1 year old black female - HOMED. Lucy - 2 year old tabby female - HOMED. Poppy - 1 year black/white female - HOMED. Rosie - 1 year tortie/white female - HOMED Lily - 2 year black/white female - HOMED. Oliver- 1 year black/white male - HOMED. Annie 13 years black/wjite female. McCavity is a 13 year old ginger cat. Billy - 11 year old grey/white male. Molly - 11 year old black/white female.
LUCY, POPPY AND ROSIE: Poppy a 1 year black/white female is seeking a new home with her mother Lucy a 2 year old ex stray tabby as they are very close. They love curling up together in front of a radiator. Lucy likes to go outside but also enjoys being at home and sleeping a lot. Poppy likes sticking close to her mum. Lucy loves cat nip toy mice and will thow a toy mouse into your lap when she wants to start a game. Rosie a 1 year calico tortie is the smallest but also the most independent, she gets on with everyone and has a mishievious streak. She loves the outdoors. These three are looking for a home as a trio. - UPDATE 28th JUNE: GOOD NEWS: Lucy, Poppy and Rosie have found a new home as a Trio!
Lily a 2 year black/white female and Oliver a 1 year a black/white male are very close siblings (although from different litters) they like going outdoors on adventures and return together.- RESERVED
Beatie and Bella both 1 year black females (The Twins) These two spend a lot of time together and especially like a lap, although Beatie also has a favourite igloo cat bed. - HOMED
Molly and Billy both 11 years old (Brother and sister) have been together all their lives and are seeking a new home together. Described as lap cats but are also active and love to play.
Annie is fine with the other cats but is a little more independent. Likes a warm soft sleeping spot. Annie has a birth defect affecting her right hind leg but this doesn't seem to hinder her.
McCavity is very loving and would settle with anyone, he likes a lap but is not so keen on being picked up.
They have all been used to a home with a garden.
Update 1st June: These cats have been used to living in a quiet adult home with one elderly lady. They are friendly but are upset at losing their home and owner so will need a little time to adjust. Currently they are seeking calm adult homes or with sensible children 10 years+ . Lily and Oliver are currently the friendliest ;pair.
UPDATE 6th JUNE: GOOD NEWS: Lily and Oliver are now reserved to go to a new home. UPDATE 8th June: Beatie and Bella are reserved to go to a new home.
UPDATE 28th JUNE: GOOD NEWS LUCY, POPPY AND ROSIE HAVE A NEW HOME!