Our Cats Who Need a Home
We would like you to meet Trixiebell. This little girl is needing a nice quiet home preferably on her own as she is a little shy just now. She could be homed with another cat in the home but the other cat would need to be a non-confrontational cat. She is a Mezzer and someone with experience would be great but not essential.
If you think you could give this shy, loving girl a home please contact us.
Meet Bellatrix. She is another young mother we have just now. She has been well looked after and is ready for adoption.
Meet Lord Archie. He came in as a stray cat and is currently being very well looked after and fed up. Lord Archie is looking for a forever home, a home with no other animals and older children. This big guy was a stray but now needs a loving home.
Star has come back into the rescue for the third time but it’s not her fault.
This gorgeous tortie girl is looking for her for ever home. She would need to be in home with no other pets. She does have a bit tortitude!
We are still looking for a home for Dobby and have had him since he was a kitten. He is about a year old. His companion is Rebel, and both he and Rebel could be adopted together as they get on well with each other, and with other cats and dogs. Dobby is a fun loving cat and enjoys playing. He is a shy cat but only to begin with and is not keen on being picked up.
We are still looking for a home for Rebel and have had him since he was a kitten. He is about a year old. His companion is Dobby, and both he and Rebel could be adopted together as they get on well with each other, and with other cats and dogs. Rebel is a fun loving cat and enjoys playing. He is a shy cat but only to begin with and is not keen on being picked up.
Rudy is about 4 years old and brought in as a stray. He is getting used to us at PCR, and gaining confidence, however, he is still a little unsure of people and really needs a home where someone can be patient with him, allowing him time to adjust and trust. We, at PCR, are sure with the right home he will become a loving cat. He loves treats and does come out to play. He is gorgeous ginger boy who just needs a chance. Could that be you?
Gypsy & Cara
Good News: Gypsy and Cara came into PCR as feral cats. Gypsy is the mother, and Cara is her daughter. They were wary to begin with, and eventually began to be more comfortable, and were fine with other cats and dogs. Like most feral cats, they did not like to be pick up and their claws would come out. They were both neutered and and put up for adoption.
Benny & Jerry
Good News: A brother and sister duo that came to PCR when they were relinquished by their owner. They were very nervous and in good health. The good news is that both cats were adopted together and have moved into a loving home, where they are the king and queen of their kingdom. We have been told that Benny and Jerry are so relaxed now, they have returned to being affectionate and cuddly.