Midori and her brother, Shiro, are looking for a quiet indoor home together with no children or other pets.
They have a sad story as they belonged to a lady with dementia who forgot she had cats and they just lived under a bed 🙁
Unsurprisingly they were very scared when they arrived, Shiro was completely shut down and Midori was very reactive – grumbling and growling constantly but never once even trying to scratch anyone.
After a few weeks they’ve turned a corner and both love a fuss and will be stroked for hours.
Midori is the braver and now runs to greet us and wind round our legs.
Shiro still needs some encouragement but just a few seconds of stroking and he’s turning himself inside out for a fuss and loves having his belly rubbed.
They will need time in a new home but not be allowed to hide away again – a safe place where they can still be stroked is perfect and they will be your friends within days – they can be bribed readily with Dreamies 🙂
They’re both really sweet, gentle cats who will blossom with some attention.
They’re 8 years old and Shiro has a heart murmur which causes him no issues, he will need a tooth removing at some point but we don’t want to stress him now so will fund that at one of our vets a few months down the line.
Both neutered, chipped , had first vaccination plus come with 5 weeks free insurance.
Very friendly and playful 1 year old brother & sister who lived outside for the first 6 months of their lives but have adjusted well to life indoors. Both have lovely natures and are people orientated but are not used to being handled so will take time to settle in a new home. Would not suit very young children as they are still quite shy but are making good progress and enjoy being smoothed.
Angel and Daz are an 8 year old brother and sister who love each other very much. They’ve been together with their much-loved owner since they were tiny and their lives have been turned upside down when their owner sadly died.
These lovely cats are sweet and purry and easy to love. Angel apparently thinks she’s a rather Posh Puss so would love somebody to tell her how wonderful she is. All compliments and cuddles accepted as her due!
Daz is a tripod puss but he lost his leg a long time ago and it’s no bother to him at all.
This gorgeous duo would love a second chance of happiness. They’re used to a quiet home with no other pets. They would enjoy a nice safe garden to play in. They are both neutered and in good health.
Bale is a big boy with the tiniest squeakiest miaow! He’s nearly 4 and would love a home on a farm/smallholding/livery yard as he likes to be out and about having adventures and a fuss on his terms.
He hates other cats and dogs though and packs a bit of a punch so definitely needs to be the only king of his particular castle!
He loves a head rub and a smooch, can be bribed easily with treats and he originally kept disappearing across fields to the local scout troupe to join in the fun and cuddles.
He’s a lovely boy but just more suited to the outdoor life.
Neutered, chipped, vaccinated plus comes with 5 weeks free insurance.
Hovis is a big softy. He isn’t a lap cat but absolutely loves company. He’ll never be far behind as you move from room to room and will always come greet you when you get home. He rarely meows but likes to have a ‘chat’ with you and feel involved in what’s going on.
He’s also very affectionate and whilst he likes space he always makes sure to give you a few little kisses first before he settles on the floor near you.
He’ll make you laugh sometimes with his odd sleeping positions, and gets very playful at night – hes happy to entertain himself but I imagine he would love to spend a lot of the night outside. A safe outdoor environment where he can dart about safely is ideal.
He’s 3yrs old and his semi-long haired fur has hints of Maine coon characteristics suggesting a cross at some point. He barely malts any fur and is very low maintenance, he’s quite happy being given a groom although he hasn’t really needed it.
I have not seen him around children or other cats but seems fairly laid back watching them out the window. He definitely has a problem with dogs though.