No mistaking this big fella for a tom cat! Domino came in as a thin and hungry stray and was covered in scars and battle wounds. Although he looks like a ‘big bruiser’ he is really a sweetie and is polite and inoffensive. As soon as we fed him up we had him neutered, which is always a bit sad, his wild tom-catting days are over. Impossible to keep him here or re-home him without having it done though. Domino soon recovered and is settling in well, he is gentle and good natured although he still looks a bit of a scruff! He’ll become sleek and dapper as time goes on – this is an appreciative cat who has so far had a hard life, if you’d like to re-home him to a settled life in the lap of luxury please get in touch.
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We’ve had two lovely sister cats brought in, they are very similar in appearance and both have a lovely affectionate nature. Already they are settling well and enjoying their new surroundings. Poppy and Minnie are girl cats around six years old, both are spayed and fully vaccinated. We are hoping to find them new homes and we think that separately will be fine. They do enjoy individual attention.
Poppy and Minnie like to explore and will enjoy going outside in a secure environment. We’ll be letting them out here when they are fully at home. It sometimes takers months before this moment arrives, in the meantime they have plenty of space indoors to roam around.
Outside here is nice and safe for cats with plenty of fields and open space to roam and have a natural cat life. Some cats like being indoors and feel safe but we think these two young ladies will enjoy the great outdoors when the time is right.
If you’d like to come and meet these beautiful cats please get in touch. 01246 455777. We’re open every day (except Thursday) between 11.0am and 3.0pm.
Re-homed – to a guinea pig paradise! Thanks. We’ve had a lovely tame and friendy guinea pig brought in and he needs a new home. He’s called Sonny and is lemon and white, well marked and with a placid nature. Sonny was taken in to a vet’s surgery with an injured eye when his owner could no longer keep him. He was treated but his sight could not be saved in the eye and he is now partially sighted. His other eye is fine though and it doesn’t seem to bother him at all.
The vet handed him over to us as soon as his treatment was complete and all we want now is a loving home for this sweet little fella. He likes being cuddled and stroked and fussed and as you can see, he is quite a poseur! If you can offer Sonny a home please get in touch.
This is a breed that originated in China, the characteristics are said to be ‘Devoted, Reserved, Suspicious, Affectionate, Loving and Independent’. This fits Buddy perfectly. He is a sweet little fella who was brought in when his owner suddenly became ill. It was heartbreak for her to give him up but there was no alternative.
Buddy has settled very well, he is a lovable pup and very well behaved. He is already house trained and love to go for walks, not too far at present because he is only 16 weeks old. It’s mostly play-exercise at this age.
Buddy is very cuddly and loves to be fussed although he is a bit reserved at first with strangers – breed charactistic again. He has a full pedigree and is fully vaccinated. The vet has given him a health check and he has no problems.
If you’d like to come and meet Buddy please get in touch. We are looking for an especially good home for this faithful forever friend. 01246 455777
What a poseur!
Cute and cuddly!
Rehomed – to a family with other ferrets – thanks folks. Freddie is a handsome cream coloured ferret who is tame and friendly. He was brought in by a lady who found him wandering around in the street. He was wet and bedraggled and thin and hungry. You might think that ferrets would soon adapt to living on their wits but when they have been captive bred and kept as a pet they would struggle to survive on their own.
Freddie is a handsome ferret with a lovely cream coloured coat and red eyes. He likes to be stroked and is fine to be picked up. Snuggling down in his hay bed is a favourite way to spend time, he likes his creature comforts.
Ferrets are carnivores so meat is on the menu, Freddie likes a piece of fresh raw beef but any sort will do. Cat or dog food are also a desirable snack. Ferrets are sociable when tame and make rewarding pets. Please come and meet him if you are interested in adopting one of these unusual animals.
She’s a middle aged lady and deserves a quiet life but it’s recently been all turmoil and trauma for poor Puss Puss. A passerby saw her being rhrown out of an upstairs window of a block of flats. He rushed to the rescue – it was a miracle she survived the fall – but cats do have nine lives and this was one of them gone. He took Puss Puss to an elderly lady who is a cat lover and she took her in. Puss Puss began to recover.. She is a lovely friendly cat and although traumatized by her ordeal was soon purring again. Unfortunately her new friend could not keep her because of health problems so Puss Puss was brought in to us.
She is a sedate cat with a lovely nature. Puss Puss would be nervous of any rough handling and needs a loving and gentle home. If you can offer this lady cat security and safety you will be rewarded with the best of affection and feline friendship. Please get in touch if you’d like to come and meet her. 01246 455777 or email.
Paris was brought in to us when she was about to be made homeless. She is a very pretty silver tabby with the most exquisite features, especially her large expressive eyes. Paris is a real little lady, small and dainty with a personality to match. She is loving and affectionate and very sweet. She feels a bit threatened by other cats though and so a home where she is the ‘one and only’ might be the best.
Paris is around two years old, she is clean and well behaved, vaccinated and spayed and has been flea-ed and wormed. If you could give Paris a new start in life please get in touch, a safe and gentle environment and lots of love is wanted for this very special little lady.
Phoebe is such a pretty cat and doesn’t she just know it! She’s always ready to pose for a picture – and give you a fuss and a love too. Phoebe and her sister, Esther, (who was in a playful mood and wouldn’t keep still) are young middle aged cats who have been with us for quite a while and are lovely girls. They are well behaved, litter trained, very friendly and fully vaccinated and spayed. All they need now is a new home – please come and meet them – you are sure of a great welcome. Purr, purr, purr……..
Our duck duo, William and Harry, are real charmers. They are quite tame and like being picked up and given a fuss. They are well behaved and put themselves to bed at night. Their hut has an upstairs room, it was a former chicken coop, and they go up the little walkway and into their hay filled bedroom every teatime.
They need a home with a similar hut to keep them safe from predators at night, also a securely fenced pen and most important of all, they want water – the more the better. If you have a stream or a pond or can make one for them, they would be in heaven.
You can come and meet this princely pair between 11.0am and 3.0pm every day except Thursdays when we are closed.
We get several calls almost every day asking us to take rabbits in. We don’t have the room and facilities to help everybodyt unfortunately. But if it’s an emergency we won’t say no and when we heard about this little fella we were pleased to help. This dwarf lop-eared bunny found his own way to safety and hopped into the council Highways Depot near Tesco. He’s a tame and friendly rabbit and didn’t mind being picked up. A kind hearted staff member brought him in to us and we tucked him up in a cosy hutch with attached run. Rabbits need plenty of room and are rewarding pets but they do need lots of companionship and care. We’ve called him Pepperpot because he has a brown flecked coat, although he doesn’t have a spicy nature, he is very laid back and good to handle.
We haven’t had anyone come forward to claim him so far and, sadly, rabbits are often let go when they are no longer wanted. It’s unlikely that a pet rabbit would survive long in the wild so Pepper is lucky. Pepper will be available for adoption if he isn’t claimed so if you are wanting a really friendly rabbit please get in touch.