Beautiful and super-friendly Queenie is an excellent mum to her three kittens, who are now ready for viewing.
Luna is a beautiful and very affectionate tabby girl aged about 9. When a family member developed an allergy to her, she was kept outside for a whole year and became very starved of affection. She is completely adorable and absolutely loves being stroked and cuddled. She purrs her little heart out 🙂
Humphrey and Millie are best of friends and need to be rehomed together.
Humphrey is a long-haired ginger and white boy, very affectionate once he has gained your trust. He’s absolutely gorgeous.
Millie is a gorgeous little tortoiseshell girl aged 9-10 months, who is rather camera shy and would benefit from a quiet home, probably without other cats, although she doesn’t fight with them, but she is a little intimidated. She’s very sweet and will make a lovely pet.
Oliver and Spot are best of friends and must be rehomed together.
Oliver is a handsome ginger and white short haired boy, very friendly, slightly mischievous and playful. He doesn’t like being held or cuddled although he isn’t aggressive but he will try and extract himself! He loves to be stroked though.
Aged 9-10 months, Spot is a spritely black and white boy, friendly and playful.
Bridget is a pretty 2-3 year old brindle tortoiseshell who has lived at Katz Castle for alot of her life. She originally arrived as a stray when she was about 10 months old, and as she did not get adopted became one of the permanent residents at the shelter. However she is now being picked on by a couple of the other resident cats so her life isn’t as happy as it was. As a result we are having another attempt at finding her a home especially as she is such a young cat.
Bridget is quite a small cat – so is often referred to as ‘Bridget the Midget’ although she put on weight whilst she was inside over the winter. Bridget is a typical tortie who knows her own mind, although she has mellowed since living at Katz Castle. She is a very friendly and affectionate girl – but on her terms. She likes to come up to you for a fuss but after a couple of strokes she’s had enough. Bridget is not the type of cat who wants to be picked up and cuddled, but in the right home she will be very happy.
Bridget needs to be an only cat and she would not be suitable to live with children. She also would not like to live with a dog.