Ellie and Elsa are adorable five month old sisters. When they arrived at S.A.R.A. they were extremely nervous but have soon settled and are now enjoying playing with the volunteers and tearing around with each other. They are very friendly and gentle little girls and although they have plenty of energy they also adore cuddles and chilling out together. We feel they could potentially live with another cat/s. They will have to have access to the outdoors.
Marmalade is a lovely girl who came in to S.A.R.A. through no fault of her own. Marmalade is a beautiful 12yr old who has lots of energy and loves to be fussed. Marmalade has been used to having access to the outdoors. Although Marmalade lived with another male cat in her previous home she has not been keen with the other cats in the cattery and occasionally gives them a hiss, because of this we feel Marmalade would be best suited as he only pet in the household.
Todd and Copper are fourteen week old brothers who came to the farm with their mum Vixen. They were found abandoned outside a pub and picked up by a member of the public. We are looking for a home where Todd and Copper can go to live as a pair. Todd and Copper are lovely little boys with lots of energy and would make a great addition to any family. We feel they could potentially live with another cat/s.
Vixen is ten months old and a very loving little girl. Vixen came to the centre as a stray, she had been abandoned with her two kittens outside of a pub. Thanks to a member of the public this little family of kittens were brought to the centre and are all now ready to go to their new homes. Vixen is looking for a home either as an only pet or could potentially live with another cat. We feel Vixen could live with children and would make a wonderful family pet.
Poppy and Lola are four year old sisters. Both cats were quite scared when they arrived at the centre but have soon settled in. Poppy and Lola need to be rehomed together, we wouldn’t want to separate them as they love each others company. We are looking for a home where they can have access to the outdoors and would be the only pets in the household. We feel they would make wonderful pets 🙂
Maisy is a sweet twelve year old lady who came back to S.A.R.A. as her owner sadly passed away. Maisy has been struggling to settle in at the centre as she is not used to being in a cattery. We feel that the sooner Maisy is in her new home the better! Maisy has been very shy and scared but has slowly started to relax and will happily have a little stroke from our volunteers. We are hoping to find a quiet home where she will have access to the outdoors as we know she used to like to potter in her previous owners back garden. Maisy would need to be the only pet in the household.
Simba is a beautiful 2yr old who came in to our care through no fault of his own. Simba is an adorable, gentle and playful young man and would need a home where he has access to the outdoors. Simba would need to be homed as an only cat.
PLEASE NOTE: Simba is in a foster home. If you are interested in Simba, please give us a ring on 01642 488108 and we can arrange a visit to his foster home.
Nina is a very beautiful 2yr old girl who came to S.A.R.A. following a change in her owners circumstances. Nina is struggling to settle in the cattery and has found it quite stressful. We hope that when she finds a new home, she will be able to relax and come out of her shell. Nina is looking for a patient owner who will allow her time to settle. Nina would need a home with no children or other animals. RESERVED 🙂
Jenson is a three year old male and is such a lovely boy who enjoys nothing more than to to play with the cat volunteers. Jenson especially loves his cat nip ball, we usually find him rolling around with it on the floor of the cattery. Jenson could live with children six yrs plus and possibly another cat/s.
Annie is a strikingly beautiful six year old girl who is looking for a home with experienced cat owners. Annie is a wonderful cat with lots of personality. We are looking for a home where she will have access to the outdoors and she would need to be an only pet. If you are interested in finding out more about little Annie then please contact the centre and speak to a member of staff or arrange an appointment to come to meet Annie 🙂