Aztec and Inca are 9 weeks of age and ready to find their very own caring new family. They came to the branch with their mum who was a stray and have been carefully brought up by one of our volunteer fosterers.
So that they can meet prospective adopters they can now be seen at Bowler’s cattery.
Whisper came to the branch having been abandoned by her prevous owners. She has been living on the streets for some time and as a result is looking very bedraggled.
At only a year old and being driven away by so many humans, she is still very scared of everything. Poor Whispter is so nervous that she is only just beginning to groom herself.
Given time a TLC she will soon become a stunning, little kitty and a joy to live with.
If you would like to meet this little girl, she can be seen at Bowler’s cattery.
Spot is a lovely, 8 month old, all black little cat with just one white spot on his chest.
He is very friendly and is looking forward to starting his new life with you.
He can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery
Poor, terrified Bongo is only 2 years old and has experienced such a lot of cruelty during those years that he is afraid of loud noises and most people.
He is coming round slowly in the cattery but really needs that special person to take him under their wing and give him the time he needs to become the confident loving cat he he was meant to be.
If you think that you could offer this terrified little boy the life he deserves please visit him at Bowler’s cattery
Queen is about 3 to 4 years of age and has come to the branch to find a new home due to her owner’s ill-health.
She would love a family to take her home and give her the care and joy she so desperately needs.
Queen can be seen at Bowler’s cattery
Socks is one of the friendliest, little cats you could wish to meet. He can’t wait to greet his visitors and runs up to the front of his pen whenever he hears voices and the cattery door opening.
Socks is about 4 years old and can’t wait to start his wonderful new life with his very own forever family.
Socks can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery
Betty came to the branch to find a new family, having suffered much cruelty in her previous home.
As a result at only 18 months old she is afraid of almost everything she experiences.
She may never become a confident little girl but in the right family she will become a lovely but timid companion.
If you are that special person who can give little Betty the space and time she needs please visit her at Bowler’s cattery.
Frog was left all alone when his owner became too ill to care for home.
He is only 12 months old and a very unhappy kitty who can’t understand why his world has fallen apart.
He will take some time to regain his confidence, but with patience and lots of TLC he will make someone a lovely companion.
Frog can be seen at Bowler’s cattery
Shadow was found as a stray having been abandoned by her previous owners at only 6 months of age.
She is a very friendly little girl who is longing for a loving family to come along and take her home.
Shadow can be found at Bowler’s cattery
Bobby came to the branch when his owners moved house and just dumped him in their garden.
They didn’t come back for him and, until some kind neighbours reported his sad plight to the RSPCA, he found that living all alone was frightening.
However, he is now safe in Bowler’s Cattery and hopes that someone will come along and offer him a caring, forever home and family of his very own.
Mike and Luke are two very friendly kitties who are looking for caring new family to call their own.
They are thought to be about 2 years old and can be rehomed together or seperately.
Coco (approximately 18 months old) has been with the branch for a few months now and, despite her loving nature, is continually overlooked.
Sadly, many people think little black cats are unlucky, but little Coco thinks that this is a silly superstition because she will be the luckiest cat if she can find her very special, forever family.
Coco can be seen at Bowler’s cattery
Bunny came to the branch from the Greater Manchester Animal Hospital. He is 4 years and quite shy to begin with but once he is confident no one will hurt him he is proving to be a very friendly little cat.
Bunny can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery
Toby, a domestic short haired kitty who is thought to be about 3 years of age, came to the branch from one of our local veterinary surgeons. He was found as an injured stray by a kind lady who thought he had badly injured his leg and took him to the surgery to be scanned for a microchip and his leg repaired.
However, following examination, it was found that he has a club foot and will always limp and be unable to climb or escape from dangerous situations easily. He will be fine as an indoor cat or one which is allowed into a secure garden for a short while.
He is now changing every day. At first he hid away from his fosterer for a few days and now he is coming out of his shell and becoming more confident. He has settled down and is becoming a loving little cat who will make a great addition to any family.
He has now recovered from his operation and has moved into Bowler’s Cattery where he will be able to meet more potential adopters.
He will receive his second vaccinations on Wednesday 11th April and will then go to the Bowler’s cattery where he can be seen by more people and perhaps someone will offer him a loving home.
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