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Three young semi-feral cats.  These three cats came in seperately but have become good friends.  Casanova (black male)was living stray and being fed by someone, we brought him in with a plan of neutering him but then they let us know that they could not have him back. We hoped that Casanova would turn out to be friendly but he has stayed very shy of actual human contact.  Ellie (tabby female) came in as a stray mother cat with a litter of kittens, her kittens were very young and were easily tamed and rehomed but Ellie appeas to be semi-feral. Theodore (ginger male ) was trapped by someone who was feeding him in their garden, they took him to a private vet and asked for them to find him a home but  because he is so nervous they were unable to rehome him and were going to put him to sleep if we hadn't taken him in.

They have all been neutered and microchipped.  Seeking a new home as a trio.  

UPDATE 19th JAN: GOOD NEWS: CASANOVA, ELLIE AND THEODORE HAVE A NEW HOME TO GO TO!

They are seeking a suitable outdoor home such as at a stables, farm, smallholding or a garden home.  They will require access to dry shelter e.g a hay barn or dry outbuilding or garden shed.  They will need feeding every day with good quality cat food (the same as any pet cat would be fed) but will also earn their keep as an effective rodent patrol.

We can rehome feral and semi-feral cats to homes in Sussex, Kent, parts of Surrey and to suitable homes within London.   We initially loan a purpose built relocation pen to keep the cats in for 4 weeks to settle them in and provide life long support and back up should it be required e.g with health care.

 To enquire about feral and semi-feral cats please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   or tel 07768 122844