Oreo is looking for his forever home!
Oreo is a 5yr old neutered tom. He is looking for a new home because sadly his owner became very poorly and was unable to look after him.
He is a really friendly cat and has lived with children before. He doesn't appear to like other cats. He would need to have access to the outdoors eventually after he has settled in.
He is currently being cared for at a fosterers house. If you think you could give him a good home please either message us of phone us on 0191 2739555.
These 2 little cuties are the remaining 2 from a rescue from someones garden, they
were at great risk of being killed by foxes.
They are very playful, Lucy likes to tell you when she wants feeding or wants a game of fetch with her favourite toy - a bottle teat!! They have recently discovered that sitting on knees is quite nice.
These two are likely to be skittish at first with new people, but with patience should become loving additions to the family. They are about 7 months old. They would be best suited to a home with no small children or dogs, but they do like other cats.
They are currently with a fosterer in the Hexham area.
They are 9 month old sisters looking for a nice, quiet home. They can be quite shy at first but will warm quickly to you once they get to know you. They need an indoor only home, with no young children and no dogs. They have been spayed and so are now ready for the right person to take them home.
They are currently in foster care so please contact us if you’d like to arrange to meet them.
Bruno ended up with us when some of our volunteers were trying to trap a different cat. He was in such a sorry state that we had to admit him after he set the trap off getting some food.
He is having treatment for cat flu, and will need to be neutered once that has cleared up.
As he was found outside, he will need outdoor access.
He looks tough, but he is a big softie!
We are always looking for home offers for feral cats. Feral cats aren't just strays, but cats that have had little or no human contact. We generally trap them from around the city and have them neutered and ear tipped. This isn't cruel, it just indicates that the cat has already been trapped and neutered.
Rather than putting them back on the streets we find these cats suitable homes, usually on farms/ stables/ smallholdings, where they can happily live outside, but have someone give a daily supply of fresh food & water and somewhere sheltered to sleep.
If you can offer a place for a feral cat please contact us!