This is little Daisy, from a hissy little kit to a cuddly little minx.
She loves her strokes can be picked up, and has even started to sit on knees. She is a cute little thing with heaps of character. She can still nibble, and swipe if she gets overloaded with attention, but this is getting less all the time.
We think she is ready for her forever home, ideally to someone who knows cats, with no small children. If possible we would like to home her from her fosterers, so people will get to see her true character. She is currently living in the Hexham area. Anyone interested in meeting Daisy please contact Westgate Ark to arrange a time
Lucy is not currently ready for homing but is now reserved!
Charlie is a tom cat about five moths of age. He was rescued as a feral younster and is still quite nervous, though we are working to make him more relaxed with people and thre is gradual but slow improvement. He will be neutered before being homed.
We have five black cats that were admitted together from a multi-cat household of fifteen cats. All are quite shy but are well behaved and very clean. These cats can be homed individually. One cat has a leg which is slightly out of place due to a spinal abnormality. This cat is called Zeb and actually he is the most confident of the cats and happily scuttles around.