Lucky and Sox are two gorgeous cats who are mum and son. They have been unwanted and so have been sadly passed from pillar to post. Before they arrived at the shelter, they were not allowed indoors and instead were made to live outside in the terrible winter weather. They are both aged around 10-12 years old and are looking for a new home where they will be very loved and spoilt.
Sox is mum - she is black & white and fluffy. Lucky is black. Lucky was treated for Entropian in the past, which won’t reoccur and from which he has totally recovered. (Entropion is a condition in which part of the eyelid is folded inward against the eyeball which results in irritation, scratches and pain to the front surface of the eye).
Both cats are very loving and affectionate despite what they have been through so really deserve a lovely new home very soon. Lucky and Sox could live with teenage children and possibly another gentle cat, we are not sure about a dog. Lucky and Sox are only looking for a new home together.
Lola and KitKat have arrived at the shelter with Ruthie and Jimmy as their owner has been unable to keep them. They are all related in some way due to the female cats not having been neutered. Lola is black, around 2 years old with slightly fluffy fur – she had a flea allergy which has now been treated so her fur is growing back. KitKat who is a boy is also black and is around 10 months old. Both are very affectionate and gentle cats. They could live with children and possibly another cat, we are not sure about a dog. Lola and KitKat are only looking for a new home together.
Ruthie and Jimmy are two delightful and very gentle cats. They are both between 8-12 months old and are related to Lola and KitKat. Ruthie is black and Jimmy is black & white. They could live with children and possibly another cat, we are not sure about a dog. Ruthie and Jimmy are only looking for a new home together.
Lily and Daisy are two pretty tabby and white five year old girls. Lily is fluffy and Daisy has short hair. They belonged to an elderly lady who couldn’t cope with owning cats. They are both gentle and affectionate cats although Daisy can be a bit shy initially. Lily and Daisy could live with older children, but not a dog, we are not sure yet about another cat. Lily and Daisy are only looking for a new home together.