Chloe is a 2 year old little cat who is looking for an outdoor home in a barn or around your stables. She will make sure that the mice won’t be eating their fill in your feedstore and will enjoy living free once she’s served her compulsory 4 – 6 week sentence.
Chloe originally came into branch care from a local vet where she had been rescued by one of their clients along with her kittens. At first, probably because she was nursing her little ones she appeared quite friendly but once she had weaned them she began to show her more feral nature. She has now spent several months hiding under her foster carer’s sofa, only coming out to play and eat during the night.
Little Chloe has been neutered but had to be trapped (see her photo) to get her to the vet to be neutered. She is now back under the sofa and longing to spend time outdoors.
If you would like to adopt Chloe and are prepared to keep feeding her and making sure she is safe we’d love to hear from you. Please email or leave a message on our answerphone and we’ll get back to you with more details about our feral adoption scheme.
Ginger, who is just 3 years old, came into branch care when his previous owners simply threw him out into the street. An animal collection officer took him to the Greater Manchester Hospital where he received all the care he needed before being sent to us to find a loving new home.
All Ginger wants is a forever home with a loving family who won’t discard him along with their household rubbish.
If you would like to meet him please visit Bowler’s cattery.
Suzi is a 3 year old kitty, who was no longer wanted by her owners who had taken her to the RSPCA’s Greater Manchester Animal Hospital.
She has now come to the branch to find a family who very much want a lovely little cat like Suzi.
Suzi is still very nervous but, once she has settled in and her new humans show her that she is safe with them, we are confident that she will become a loving little companion.
To meet Suzi please visit Bowler’s Cattery
Stanley is a 3 year old cat who has come to the branch via one of our inspectors as his owners found that they had too many cats and kittens and asked the National Society for help.
He is still a bit nervous but will make some one a lovely companion if his new family are patient and give him time to become more confident.
He can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery
Bouncer is a 2 year old boy who has come to the branch after being found wandering by one of RSPCA’s Animal Collection Officers.
Understandably, after being shooed away by so many strangers, he is a bit nervous. However, we’ve found that he will soon come round and love you if you give him his “dreamies“.
If you would like to meet Bouncer, he can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery.
Tom and Jerry are 13 week old kittens who have come into branch to find their new home either together or separately.
Both are hoping that families will not think that because they are black kitties they will unlucky. They are really very lucky kittens to have been rescued by one of our inspectors from a cruel owner. Poor little Jerry had no skin under his chin when found.
This injury has been treated, he has been given antibiotics and had his wound cleaned and stitched, so the brothers are now ready to find a loving, forever family where they will learn that humans can be kind and they never have to live in fear again.
If you would like to meet them please call into Bowler’s Cattery.
Blackie is thought to be about 3 years of age and was found as a stray by one of our RSPCA inspectors. She is quite a friendly girl but does like space to do her own thing.
Blackie will make a lovely house guest and won’t be a very demanding kitty but will keep your family entertained and quietly make her presence known.
Blackie can be seen at Bowler’s cattery
Tiddles is a 4 year old, Domestic Short Haired kitty who had been straying for some time.
She has now come to the branch to find a caring family who will give her lots of love and attention. She is a bold little cat who will soon make herself at home.
We are looking for an adult only home for Tiddles where she will be given time to settle and then be allowed out into a garden and spend her time sitting in the sun, until her dinner is ready.
To meet Tiddles please visit Bowler’s cattery
Bruno is a 2-3 year old cat who had been a stray for some time. His finders called the RSPCA’s help and advice line (03001234999) and an Animal Collection Officer took him to the RSPCA’s Greater Manchester Animal Hospital where he was given the all clear and neutered.
Bruno now needs a loving family who will give him a lovely new life where he will be cared for and given the home comforts he has missed out on for so long.
If you would like to meet this lovely boy he can be seen at Bowler’s cattery
Daffodil is a 3 month old kitten, who was found by a kind passer by all alone on a busy street. She was taken to the RSPCA’s Greater Manchester Animal Hospital and has been health checked, vaccinated and neutered.
All little Daffodil needs now is a loving family home where she will be cared for and never be alone and frightened again.
She can be seen at Bowler’s cattery
Chop Pie is a 2 year old, domestic short-haired kitty who is looking for her forever family. She is longing to have a comfortable bed to sleep in and a friendly lap to purr on.
If you would like to meet Chop Pie please be sure to call on her at Bowler’s Cattery
Scruff has been with the branch for a couple months now and is looking for his forever family and is thought to be about 5 years old. He has spent quite a time as a stray but despite his hard life Scruff is so friendly with everyone he meets we are surprised that he hasn’t been snapped up quickly.
Scruff has many years of friendliness to give to one lucky family who can offer him the chance of a new life of comfort, one he may never had experienced before.
He is clean in the cattery and uses his litter tray. Scruff can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery.
Lady is a 2 year old domestic short-haired cat. She came to the branch to find a caring new home directly from the RSPCA’s Greater Manchester Animal Hospital where she was taken by one of our inspectors to be vaccinated, neutered and blood tested before being advertised for adoption.
Lady is looking for her forever home where she will be cared for and loved by her special family.
She can be seen at Bowler’s cattery
Whisper came to the branch having been abandoned by her previous owners. Because she has been living on the streets for quite a while she is extremely frightened of new people and situations. As a result she is going to live in a foster home with a lady who has had lots of experience in turning terrified little cats into more confident kitties who can enjoy life again.
At only a year old and being driven away by so many humans, she is still very scared of everything. Poor Whisper is so nervous that she is only just beginning to groom herself.
Whisper is now looking for an indoor home, but will still need a great deal of patience from her new family. We feel that she will come round if given time and ignored for a few weeks until her confidence returns. So, if you are one of those very special humans who understands very timid cats we’d love to hear from you.
If you would like to meet this very shy little girl, she can be seen at Bowler’s cattery.
Looey and Lucy are 8 years old they have been together their whole lives as they are siblings. They are being rehomed through no fault of there own. They are litter trained and very loving, they just love coming to see you when you go into their pod
For any more details please ring 07831764631