Below are some success stories of prior cats in our care. If you have adopted a cat from us and you would like to share how they are getting on, please get in touch!
Hermione has settled in amazingly. She is the friendliest little thing we have ever seen. She is so gorgeous. She is eating like a horse and using her litter tray like a dream. Her and Reggie are so great together. They chase each other round the living room then he will rub noses with her and kiss her.
We got Phineas almost 11 years ago. He was such a loved cat and had a personality like no other. He was truly the heart and soul of the family. He developed diabetes at the age of 6 and after putting up with twice daily injections for just over 4 years, he sadly passed recently. We will never be able to replace him as he was such a character but we'd like to thank the charity for the many happy years we had with him.
Oliver has grown a lot and has settled in well. He is sitting at the moment waiting on the birds coming to say hello. He purr's 24/7 and crawls up our legs when he wants a cuddle.
Thanks for saving him ladies!
Arthur & Merlin
Cant believe our boys are nearly 2 years old! The boys regularly play chases around the house. Merlin's favourite toy is one with feathers and a bell and Arthur loves chasing a red pointer dot. Merlin loves sitting on a knee getting patted. Arthur not so much but is happy to sit beside you and get patted. Thanks again for transforming them from feral kittens to the most loveable cats.
Just thought I'd send you this photo of Freddie. Had to chase him down off the bird table as he was chasing the birds. Loves getting in and out of the garden. Comes back in periodically just to check we are still here, purrs gets a pet, and off he goes. Such a lovely boy who has really managed to capture all our hearts. Thanks for rescuing our Freddie.
Moby & Poppy
We've had Moby and Poppy for almost 2 months now and it's like they've always been a part of the family! We love them to bits and they rule the roost. They seem very happy and settled, are playful and eat a lot! They still love each other and are the sweetest gentlest cats. They have gotten so big especially Moby. Thanks for all the work you do.
Billy & Milly
Billy and Milly (now Mischief and Maly) and all really settled into their new house. They've explored everywhere and have got several favourite spots, mostly under the bed, under the couch and on my computer chair. They're absolutely wonderful, friendly cats who love attention. They still follow each other around the house, but we wouldn't be without them.
I'm not sure if you remember me but you really helped my partner and myself a couple of years ago with wee Maisie. I know it was a long time ago but we've never forgotten what you've done for us. Maisie is such a big part of our lives now and can't imagine live without her. We now have a house with a back garden surrounded by a fence, and she loves pottering about in it.
Charlie took his first visit into the garden today. We bought him a wee harness and lead to make sure he was safe. He was a bit overwhelmed by all the sounds and smells and seemed to prefer to be up in my arms. I took him for a wander round the garden and he enjoyed watching the birds flying overhead. He was quite relieved to be back inside but at least he now knows where his big sister Cassie goes to through the cat flap.
Mouse has now met both dogs and they are suitably wary of her. She had a hissy fit at first because they bounded over but they all settled pretty quickly and she slept on me with Luna the dog nearby last night.
She seeks out cuddles and rubs up against me. This morning I saw her sleeping on a chair instead of behind her bed, and scaling the clothes horse, so I think it's safe to say she's getting into the swing of things now. Thank you very much for all you're help. She's a wee treasure!
It's unbelievable how well she is doing, it didn't take her long to come out of the cat carrier and she is currently snuggled up on my knee purring away.
We're absolutely delighted with her!
Tina was nervous at first and hid away in a corner for two weeks before becoming more confident and moving around.
She has a feline companion Louis who is teaching her how to play. She can't resist running up to him and giving him a friendly pat. She has turned quite vocal, as it gets her attention. She loves her food so we've started to watch her incase she's over eating.
We got Chibi in November, she was so very timid. It took us almost a week to stroke her with chicken in hand. It took a while longer to hear her purr and have her knowingly let us stroke her! Oh how things have changed now. She has become the most friendliest snuggliest and cheekiest little cat there is! There are some neighbour cats who have become best friends with her. She loves nothing better than to snuggle under the duvet with me and fond of being under blankets for afternoon naps too.
Thank you so much for trusting me to have Callum. I think his time with you and that you allowed him the space that he needs was the making of him. He is SUCH a lovely boy. He is such a special cat and gets up to endless larks. Charging out and stopping goats just as they are coming into the barn. Running with the dogs when we are in the fields, dashing up tree trunks. Clipping sheep with him "helping" has certainly been interesting and slowed things down somewhat!
Alfie is settling in well. He falls asleep on my back. He plays and runs around. Charlie's been great with Alfie, but Kiko's got the jealous head on. I am sure that will change soon. He's still really enjoying exploring the place.
Well here we are only on day 2 and Zeke is surely making herself at home - it really does not take them long to suss things out!! She has the free run of the house so has checked it all out. Incredibly she is almost a clone of our previous cat and has picked out the same spots to lie about in and loves playing on the stairs,just like Zeke did.
She is an absolute smasher and we will take good care of her - think she knows already how lucky she is.
Molly outside as she has now had all her jags! She loves the garden and she goes out after her dinner every night during the week. She doesn't go far and returns every half hour or so to make sure she's not missing any food. She is still very greedy but lovely.
We don't have a cat flap yet but will get one soon. She's looking forward to the lighter nights. I love having her around and the vet thought she was doing well.
Earlier Angus was crying really loudly so we thought he wanted out. He went out and wanted in right away. He bumped against Michael and gave him a wee nip and Michael thought he wanted fed so went into the kitchen to feed him. The kitchen was full of smoke as Michael had left the frying pan on! The smoke detector didn't go off for some reason but Angus was definitely trying to tell us. Now that the smoke has cleared, he's lying on the couch beside us! Amazing or what?