These cats are all on Seil. All of our adult cats are neutered, new owners choosing kittens are asked to sign an agreement that they will have a kitten spayed/neutered when it reaches 6 months of age. The cats will not have been vaccinated by us – though some have already been done before they come in. Prospective owners must agree to a home check. We ask for a minimum donation of £30 for each cat or kitten.
Just a reminder that cats are hunters and sometimes catch birds and mice – I’ve had a number of cats returned lately because that’s what they’ve done!
We are open from 9am until 1pm each day. Closed on Sunday. If these times are unsuitable I can sometimes arrange to see you at other times. It’s always best to ring first before coming out just in case I’ve had to shoot off to the vets etc.
Most of the cats who are here at the moment are a bit shy and need patience at first, or are indoors only, or must go as a pair. Those with no obvious problem find homes very quickly. We are always willing to give you a call when a suitable cat comes in if you can’t see one here just now.
Sam and Joe are brothers around 3 years old. Nice boys who have never been outside – have always been indoor cats. Prospective owner will need to attend to Sam’s long coat! Both are neutered and must go together.
Calum came in as a feral kitten around 3 years ago. He’s now a friendly boy on his own terms but doesn’t like to be lifted. Is neutered.
TJ and Shelley are sisters who have always been indoor cats. Around 3 years old, both girls are very timid to begin with but improve over time. Not used to other cats, dogs or children and they must go together. Both are spayed and vaccinated. Their owner passed away very suddenly.
Kitty has been here for sometime and is a very large neutered boy. He tolerates other cats, status with children and dogs is unknown.
Andy, Amber and Pearl are littermates and around 2 years old. It would be nice if they could go together, or at least with another cat in the house. All friendly, all are spayed/neutered. Status with children and dogs are unknown. Have never been outside, but would probably adjust, and obviously not used to traffic.
George (also known as Boycie) has been here for ever! Rehomed twice but returned because of 1) an allergy (genuine!) and 2) his prowess at hunting – especially birds.
He gets on with other cats and is neutered. He was a long-term stray before he came in, and needs a lot of space. A home in town is not suitable.
OTHER cats are available. The best thing to do is to let us know what you are looking for and we can tell you if we have a cat to suit you.
We have no kittens available.