Success stories

 Lucy was looking for a new home where she is the only pet.  She is a very friendly 7 year old who is fully vaccinated and microchipped.  She has now found her new home.  

Here you can read about some of the cats that have been rehomed.


9 Year Old Female, White with some black patches

After being with us for some time, Pixie has now found a new home.

She is such a lovely cat and we hope that she will soon settle into her new home.

Cardboard kittensKittens found dumped in a box

These 3 beautiful female kittens were found in a box (pictured) 7 x 7 inches wide, and a few inches deep, dumped in a lonning at Seaville near Silloth.

When found, they may have only been about 8 days old as their eyes and ears were still closed.

They now all have loving new homes.


It's always harder to find new homes for older cats.  Brother and sister Henry and Eliza were 12.5 years old.

Henry has kidney disease which he does not require medication for and Eliza has a fat lump on her neck.

They were looking for a loving home together to spend their "retirement".

They are very beautiful and loving, they are both house cats and never been around other animals.

They have now been successfully rehomed.