We have 2 kittens looking for a farm / stable home.
They have been living independently under a garden shed. Since being with us, they have accepted humans provide food and do allow some contact but are not suitable for family homes. They are neutered, wormed and flead.
Both use litter trays and are spotlessly clean and we would like them to find a home together so they can keep each other company.
Advice will be given on introducing outdoor cats to their new homes.
Chloe is a 2 year old little cat who is looking for an outdoor home perhaps in a barn or around your stables. She will make sure that the mice won’t be eating their fill in your feed store and will enjoy living free. Alternatively, as she is currently living in a foster home where she is litter trained but she is very frightened of humans touching her or moving too quickly, she could possibly live mostly in a home but where she will be left to her own devices and where she will be allowed to come and go when she pleases once her 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 for her operation. She is now back under the sofa but 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.
First posted 20.7.18
Lady (black and white) and Susie (Tortoiseshell), who are now 9 years of age, were adopted from the branch as kittens. Sadly, their owner had to move into other accommodation and asked us to find them a home as she couldn’t take them with her.
Susie has been lucky enough to find her forever home but little Lady is still looking for her special family to call her own.
If you would like to meet her and the other cats in branch care they can be seen at Bowler’s cattery
First posted 9.8.18
Jess is a lovely 1 year old girl, who loves to catch the cattery staff’s attention by calling out to them. She is afraid that they won’t have time to chat so she makes sure that they know she just wants a cuddle.
This little kitty must have been someone’s pet in her past life but when they moved she was left on her own.
If you are interested in giving Jess a forever home, please go along to Bowler’s Cattery to meet her.
Arthur is a lovely, gentle cat of about 4 years of age. He is a bit lost in the cattery as he is used to a lonesome life on the streets. We think that he has been well cared for in the past but, because his family couldn’t be traced, the RSPCA’s Animal Hospital in Salford sent him to us to be rehomed.
Arthur can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery
This is Tiger who’s feeling a little bit overwhelmed by his change of fortune. He has come to the branch from one of our inspectors to find a new home.
He is longing for a loving family to take him home.
If you are interested in meeting this chunky boy please go and visit him at Bowler’s cattery.
Sooty is a black female adult cat who was rescued from a life on the streets by one of the RSPCA’s Animal Collection Officers.
Little Sooty loves being cuddled and meeting everyone as despite her previous hardship she still loves attention and would dearly like a forever new home of her own.
If you would like to meet her she can be seen at Bowler’s cattery
Oscar is a 3 year old semi long haired tabby and white cat who is extremely friendly with everyone he meets. Oscar just wants to come to visitors for lots of cuddles.
His striking coat will need regular grooming but this is something that Oscar loves to have done. So lots of bonding time can be spent keeping this lovely boy spic and span and knot free.
Oscar can be seen at Bowler’s Cattery
James is an adult cat who came to the branch via the RSPCA’s Greater Manchster Animal Hospital where he had been taken by one of our inspectors as his family had simply left him all alone when they moved elsewhere.
Despite his ordeal James is still a very friendly cat who loves attention and purrs like a steam engine when he’s happy to meet you.
If you would like to meet this lovely boy don’t hesitate to go to 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