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Happy Endings

April 2017



This handsome 2 year old chap is Olaf; he came into our care when his owners could no longer care for him.  Olaf is a big chap, who is very loving.




This gorgeous 1 year old is Boots; he came into our care when his owners could no longer look after him. Boots is a very friendly little boy, who loves attention.


March 2017



These 4-year old  came into our care when his owner moved and could not take him with her.  He is lovely and, although a litttle shy at first, has soon settled down and is very friendly.

February 2017



This sweet little chap came into our care when his owners could no longer take care of him. Marshall is 1 year old, is very friendly and loves attention.  He loves to play and chase balls of paper.


January 2017




This beautiful lady is Tia, who came into our care through no fault of her own.  She is a very loving cat, but was a little shy at first.  She needed lots of TLC and time to bring her out of her shell.




Barney, who is 5 years old, is a very big and handsome chap.  He loves to be outside exploring and loves chasing small creatures.  Although he loves being outside, he is also a loving young man and enjoys a stroke and an ear rub!




This is Annabelle, who is 2 years old and came into our care with her kitten Marley.  She is a very sweet girl, with a beautiful coat.  Annabelle loves being stroked and enjoys a fuss.




This gorgeous girl is Lucy, who is 2 years old.  She came into our care with her kittens; we believe she had been on the streets for quite a while. She was a wonderful mother and all of her kittens found loving homes.  She is a very sweet and loving little girl, who enjoys being stroked.  But, she’s also full of fun and loves to play.




This beautiful little girl came into our care after being found living outside with her siblings; she was born in a garden and spent her first few weeks of life without any home comforts or human contact.  She was understandably quite shy, but her fosterer worked with her to build her trust and confidence; her new family needed patience and understanding to continue to build on these foundations.


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