Mitzy is an 8/9 year old female who has been spayed and has lost her previous elderly owner. She is quite a happy and contented cat whowill come and sit next to people for compay, but doesn't like to be over-fussed.
Her ideal home would be with perhap an older person looking for a companion cat. She is used to being an only pet and is not used to children, dogs or to much commotion, she really needs a quiet home.
Mitzy is used to using a garden, but does not stray out for long at all prefering to be indoors most of the time!
Binnie was admitted along with Anna and Henry. Binnie is a 8 year old neutered female with long black hair.
Ronnie is a soft natured black & white tom cat who has been neutered. He is available for homing and can be visited at the Alley Cat Cafe daily between the hours of 12 noon and 6 p.m.
Our second Homing Centre is called The Alley Cat Cafe, it is at 299, Two Ball Lonnen, Fenham, Ncle, NE4 9RX. You can have a hot drink there while meeting the cats www.alleycatcafe.org
Ulla is a 12-13 year old cat who had to be rehomed as she was becoming terrified of the toddler in the house. She had resorted to living in the kitchen which was the only room the toddler couldn't get into. She is a sweet, friendly cat but would do best in a quiet home.
Ulla has a thyroid condition requiring daily medication.
She is currently being cared for at a foster home in Gosforth
The Alley Cat Cafe is looking for volunteers to help with cats & greet visitors!
We are open to guests between 12 noon and 6 p.m. every day.
The Alley Cat Cafe is a Community Project set in the West End of Newcastle.
Rescues pens can be sponsored by individuals or organisations!
To view cats needing homes from the Alley Cat Cafe go to www.alleycatcafe.org
The Alley Cat Cafe is open 7 days per week from 12 noon until 6 p.m.
We are at 299, Two Ball Lonnen, Fenham, NE4 9RX.
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!