Happy Endings

Wilfred (was Wilbur) and Walter (March 2020)

These two boys were quite a mischievous handful when Janet first got them but they have settled wonderfully and are much loved. One of the boys was sat purring on her knee as the follow up was conducted! They enjoy exploring the garden but are never far away. The boys will sit with company on a sofa quite happily. Janet says they are absolutely lovely and full of life, very playful characters. These lucky character cats have their own box of toys to explore too. Exceptionally friendly, loving cats who are confident with everyone. A very happy ending for these nice natured siblings.

Xara (Violet- March 2020)

Grown up into a lovely girl, enjoys playing and likes to sit on the windowsill and watch the birds. Only mixes with people on her terms. She is now part of the family. Thank you for adopting this character kitten.

Dexter (March 2020)

Dexter has got over his anxiety & settled in well at his new home. He loves to come for fuss and strokes. Eats his family out of house and home. His new owners say "he is good as gold and part the family". Thank you for adopting this character cat.

Monty (March 2020)

This lovely cat has really come out of his shell, he loves window watching, laying in the sunshine. Monty prefers to venture out when his forever family are in the garden. He never goes far, Monty is not quite the lapcat but he will sit beside you. Likes a chin rub and he'll roll over for a belly tickle. He can sleep wherever he wants, they got him a nice cat bed but he's happier sofa surfing or sharing one of the family's beds! Everybody loves him and Monty loves them. Thank you to Joanne and family for adopting Monty.

Milo (March 2020)

This cheeky chap is full of life, he adores being outside and 'plays' paw football with his young family. As you can see he appreciates comfort! His forever slaves say he is so loving and extremely playful. Milo appreciates head and behind the ear scratches, he's mischievous but they love him for the little individual he is. Full of character, he chases off other cats and lets people know when he wants his own space. Milo loves hiding in the grass and chewing it! He has curious hiding spots whether it's amongst the children's toys, top of the stairs or demanding his bed be moved around until he feels like going in it. They say he is so funny and a lovely boy.

Millie (March 2020)

Her forever slave says she is the most wonderful cat, she is so loving and follows her about in the garden. Millie never goes far, she prefers human company. One of her favourite things to do is sitting on a pink blanket on a knee while Ann has a coffee. She likes sunbathing in the conservatory window. Loves her food, this pretty cat will let you know when its time for treats. Millie will do a full stretch on a lap sitting there for quite a while. She has really settled. If they go away, Ann's sister will cat sit, she has fallen for her and hopes to find her own Millie one day as she thinks shes so gorgeous. Her forever family are so in love with her. Purrs for adopting this lucky cat.

Elvis (March 2020)

This gorgeous boy loves everybody, his forever slaves say he is so friendly. He never goes far and is good company in the garden. Max is a good cat to have as he doesn't have a bad bone in his body, he is so loving and playful. His favourite toy is a teaser with tinsel but he provides a lot of entertainment in the way he brings a ball or a bobble back to his slaves. Whether Max is under a tree pinching a hat or relaxing under the radiator, Max is a happy cat with a nice purr. He offers licks and cosies up right up to your chin on a lap. Very affectionate boy with a purrfect forever home. Thank you for adopting him.

Luna (March 2020)

A very timid little girl when she was in foster care only let her fosterer touch her on her terms. Now she a lovely cuddly cat who will let her owners pick her up and play with her. She chats away to her owners. Her favourite past time is sat watching the carp in the fish pond. Loves to play and her owner says she is a dream, Luna curls up next to her and sits on her lap.

Charlie (March 2020)

This lovely boy has turned into quite a character, he is growing in confidence every day and has a cheeky, inquisitive personality. Charlie has got his paws firmly under the table as he sleeps wherever he likes, whether it's stealing his slave's spot on the sofa when they get up or curling up on their bed. He likes to sneak into a basket of clean washing and sits in the window waiting for their return as they go out for work. Charlie can be playful but his cuddly side is starting to come out as he lays on his forever friend's chest for cuddles and sometimes sits on a knee. He is yet to pluck up the courage to explore the garden but he is very settled in his forever home. Thank you to Rachel for adopting him.

Rosie and Rowan (March 2020)

Formerly timid kittens have grown into loving, gentle and playful feline friends.
Rosie is friendly and confident, Rowan (pictured) is getting more adventurous as he loves the tiniest of boxes. There's never a dull moment with this purrfectly bonded pair of siblings. Rosie and Rowan's forever slaves absolutely adore them more than they thought possible and say they are so cute. Their characters have really come out and their family had lots to say about their fun and games. Rosie and Rowan have got their paws firmly under the table as they have the run of the house and sleep on their slave's bed. Purrs for adopting these adorable cats.

Sansa & Ayra (March 2020)


Hannah and family are delighted with these two gorgeous cats and say they are doing wonderful. Taylor now Sansa and Sophie now Ayra are purrfectly settled. They love to play and have got on with Wilson the resident cat and don't mind the dogs. These fab felines are definitely in charge as they go where they want, whether it's sitting on Hannah's bed or being nosy in the window. Not bothered about going out, they've had a nosy but would rather play indoors. Purrs to Hannah and family for adopting this pretty pair of felines.

Rosie (Nov 2019)

So pleased to see Megan now Rosie is having a lovely new life with Jane and Roger , it took several weeks but she has worked out the cat flap and thoroughly enjoys the garden and being able to pop back in whenever she wants to. The washing machine is something new for her and she is not as shy as she once was.

Pickle (Sept 2019)

Freckles now Pickle is purr-fectly settled in her forever home, they say she is fab. Pickle has had her pick of lovely cat beds but her favourite place for a cat nap is a large box! She is a very sociable cat her favourite hobby is supervising play time with her young family in the garden. She'll settle down for a catnap in the afternoon.
Pickle enjoys toys and chasing ping pong balls but also appreciates attention. It was nice to get a few strokes and a gentle purr from her at the follow up. Loves exploring the outdoors in the sunshine but never far away. Pickle likes to be near her slaves and is a responsive cat. She has bonded with everyone in the home. A very happy ending.

Millie (Aug 2019)

Formally named Mary this character cat has fallen on her paws with chicken and Sheba on offer. Her name was changed as her forever slave is called Mary! Likes lots of head scratches and chin rubs, Millie prefers one to one company, enjoys fuss on her terms but has started to become a lap cat. She has come a long way from hiding behind a sofa all the time, Mary's gained Millie's trust to pick her up. Millie has her corner of her slave's chair for watching television. She sometimes follows Mary around and knows when it's bed time, sprawled out on the floor all relaxed ready to be carried to bed curled up in the utility room. It was nice to see her accept Dreamies from her visitors at the follow up. A happy ending for Millie.

Milly (August 2019)

This striking mature moggy is queen of the office chair. Andrew and Linda adopted Milly hoping she would be therapy for their cat Plum who was struggling after the loss of his feline friend. They are adjusting to life together, Plum has appreciated having a friend around when their slaves are out. It was good to see her curled up on her favourite chair at her follow up and she accepted a few strokes. Milly is steadily getting used to her forever home and has become purr-fect pals with Andrew, seeking him out for lots of attention.

Her slaves accept Milly is a bit nervous at times but have spent a lot of time getting to know her and are glad they adopted this sweet little cat. She likes vigorous head strokes and having the freedom to come and go, exploring the garden, climbing the wall to have a nosy but Milly never goes far. Milly adores being brushed. It's nice that they are so relaxed around her. A happy ending for Milly.

Maureen (Aug 2019)

This pretty puss has landed on her paws. She loves her food but enjoys company even more. At the follow up visit she was only too happy to greet her former fosterer. She has a favourite chair to sit under and roll underneath. Maureen likes to show off with lots of rolling, she dribbles with excitement! She paws her slaves for attention and lets you know shes about. Maureen doesn't wander far but sometimes explores outside to catch mice (much to her family's disgust, but that's cats for you!) or be found watching the world go by on the decking. Maureen squeaks at you for a chat and paws her slaves to wake them up to let them know it's feeding time.

A sociable cat with visitors, she laps up lots of strokes and rubs round you. Maureen has her mad half hours but generally is a relaxed girl. She sits between her slaves on the sofa watching television. Will do anything for Dreamies. Peter and Paul say that she is lovely and so chilled out, she is a happy girl and much loved. Thank you for adopting this pretty puss.

Reggie (July 2019)

This much loved gentle boy is gaining more confidence every day. He likes to be near you and never wanders far. Reggie has bonded well with his forever slaves. After considerable time being left to fend for himself in his previous home, he is appreciating the security of being part of a loving household. His sores and poor coat have improved and he looks so much more handsome. Reggie likes a chin scratch and having the freedom of the home to wander at leisure, likes to get up high to be nosy. Reggie doesn't mind being picked up and we think it won't be long before he becomes a lap cat.
He is a bit of a guard cat chasing off other cats! Reggie is quite the character who's got into some scrapes but they love him all the more for his funny antics. He has definitely fallen on his paws.

Monty (July 2019)

This handsome chap has grown in confidence with his forever slaves. He never wanders far and loves lots of attention. Monty wasn't sure of play time or the outside at first, but now he adores being in the garden pawing a football or a tennis ball. He will greet visitors and lap up head scratches and chin rubs, as home visitor Georgina discovered at the follow up. He likes to sit in the window watching the world go by. Monty is adored by his forever family, thank you for giving him a happy home.

Meg (July 2019)

Gentle, sweet natured Meg, formerly Susie has settled in well. She has the loudest purr. Meg is gaining more confidence every day. Her forever slaves say she is adorable and definitely the boss of the two fellow rescues in her home. Susie likes getting into little spaces and chases everybody around. She enjoys stretching out. Susie is becoming more inquisitive around the house and outside but is never far away. They say Susie is an adorable little friend, in time they feel she'll become a lap cat. Quite kitten like and mischievous, Susie enjoys digging plants and collecting stones! We are so pleased that she is a purr-fect fit for very understanding and clearly bonded slaves.

Hattie (July 2019)

Lovely to have an update on Harriet now Hattie. Her new owners tell us she is an excellent companion and the perfect cat for them when they viewed her she had a litter of cute kittens but we were delighted they chose mummy cat She now has a beautiful silky coat knows her new name and comes running when called

Sophie (April 2019)

Sophie formally called Zelda came as one of eight from a hoarder’s house, found to be pregnant, she was taken seriously ill and had an emergency c-section. Tragically, she delivered a deformed, deceased baby, yet when she came home this lovely cat immediately adopted five orphans. She's found a perfect home as her owner says she is a good match and enjoys company. She loves exploring outside and when she comes in she always asks her loving owner for a cuddle. She enjoys snuggling up to her owner and sleeps in her bed at night time. A happy ending to a sad story, thank you.

Tiger (April 2019)

This lovely boy was adopted just before Christmas. As you can see he is a picture of happiness. He loves his new home and enjoys laying in the sun on the decking. Purrs for giving this handsome boy a happy home.

George (April 2019)

Formally Mr Darcy, George was adopted with his brother Joey he has settled into his new home, he follows his owner around all the time & will sit at the door crying until she comes home. Enjoys playing with toys and enjoys his brothers company. Thank you for giving these two lovely boys a new loving home.

Joey (April 2019)

Similar to his brother George, Joey enjoys his new home, loves exploring and playing with his toys. Both love playing with a cardboard box. Does enjoy watching television when they watched I’m a celebrity last year they used to chase the bugs that ran across the screen. Thank you for giving these two lovely boys a new loving home.

Indie (April 2019)

Indie has settled in really well and rules the roost at her home, including what she wants to eat. Enjoys exploring outside and watching the world go by on the windowsill. Has plenty of toys to keep her occupied during the day when her owners come in from work she enjoys snuggling up to them for a cuddle. Her owners say she’s the perfect pet and they love her like a child.

Ruby and Rafiki (April 2019)

Formerly Victor & Victoria, this adorable pairing have blossomed into absolutely beautiful, well settled kittens as you can see from the photos. We are glad to see they are happy in their forever home.

Nellie (April 2019)

Nellie (previously Ellie) is a purr-fectly playful character cat with lots of energy and personality. She rolled over and posed for her visitors, happily washing herself in front of them. Nellie loves to play with the many toys in her home and enjoys exploring the garden. She has also recently discovered the fun of climbing trees. Nellie and fellow former RSPCA cat Benji can be comical together and like to chase and play games with one another. They've settled down together now after an unsure start. Nellie has made a brilliant cat she is loving and is known to curl up on the end of her slaves bed. She can't get enough fuss, Nellie is a responsive, nosy puss, she likes to know what's going on and often sits in the window. Purrs to Ruth and Kevin for giving Nellie a very happy home.

Buddy (April 2019)

This lovely former street cat has settled in smashing, according to his forever slave Susan. He loves to 'help' in the garden, enjoys play time in his tunnel, chasing balls, pawing string. His favourite is a well worn teaser fish toy. Loves attention and is purr-fectly sociable with Susan's family and friends of all ages. Buddy never strays far, he likes to watch the birds and is very nosy. On colder days he loves nothing better than rolling by the fire. This charming boy settles down on Susan's bed on a night, she says he has made a lovely little friend for her. Thank you for adopting him.

Rosie (April 2019)

Last year the branch had the sad job of sorting a large number of cats from a home where their owner had died .Rosie was one of them, an older cat but fortunate to be adopted by a retired lady who she has as a constant companion. This old girl has certainly fallen on her paws she is adored. On arrival the home visitor found Rosie taking a nap on her owners
bed and as the home visitor left salmon was being prepared for her tea. What a happy ending to a sad start, thank you for giving Rosie such a loving home.


Lily & Gabriel (April 2019)

Lily and Gabriel a cute sister and brother were adopted as tiny kittens and are now six months old.They love playing and had lots of toys, every one is pleased that they get along with the elderly resident cat who seems to have gained a new lease of life since they came along. They have just been neutered and very soon will be introduced to the big outdoors .
These kittens have an owner who absolutely adores them. Thank you for giving them such a wonderful new home.

Ori, Robert & Cookie (March 2019)

We have recently done a follow up visit for three cats who were adopted a few months ago. They have all settled in well, Robert loves exploring outside, Ori and cookie prefer to be indoors but they have just started going outside to explore. Their owner loves them all and they all get on really well. It was lovely to see them all so happy in their forever home, thank you.(pictured is Ori)

Sparky (March 2019)

We are pleased to report Sparky who was adopted last spring from the branch, is doing really well. He came in battered and bloody from a tough life on the streets but now he is happy in a forever home. Sparky loves his food and appreciates attention. A very loving, laid back chap. His confidence has been boosted by the arrival of a play friend, Lilly. He loves to play fight with her. They have late night games running back and forth from the living room and hallway, jumping over the sofa. Sparky is very much a cat who loves cuddles.

Chloe said "I do have a kitten, Lilly, now and they get along great, he has come out his shell so much since I have had her. He does spend most of the time eating or sleeping, but he's happy so I'm happy"

Purrs to Chloe for adopting him and a thank you to Jill and Andy for helping Chloe with settling Sparky in.

Teddy (March 2019)

They call him Teddy Bear as he is very affectionate and can't get enough fuss. They were told on adoption last August that he was a bit of a character, he is that, and more! He is a whirlwind with lots of energy and a mischievous nature. Teddy has lots of toys, he's very nosy and thinks the curtains are an activity centre. He and Tippy, who was also adopted from the branch, are like siblings. Teddy loves to wind him up but they do sleep in the same bed together.

Both cats will sit and give you a paw for treats. Teddy is a big baby he snuggles in your arms. He is lovely with the children and spends hours playing with them. His forever slave says he gets on with everyone in the home but he is particularly a daddy's boy to her partner Glen. Teddy likes to play with Helen's ear plugs and sit on the laptop. His forever family adore him for being a cheeky, cuddly boy. Purrs for adopting him.

Jessy (March 2019)

Jessy has settled and is very happy in her new home, see video here..

Missie (Feb 2019)

Missie previously know as Olivia has recently been adopted, she has settled in well at her new home and is getting on well with her new canine friend Charlie. Thank you to Dawn for giving this lovely girl a new home. Pictured is Missie overseeing the completion of her adoption paperwork.