Jerry is a wonderful young Bengal, 1 1/2 years old. He adores human company. He likes nothing better than following his fosterer around the house, chattering away in his own inimitable way.
Jerry would be a lovely companion for a family that can give him lots of time. He likes to sit next to his human all day long, but is not a cuddly lap cat. He is intelligent and vocal, and might be suitable for clicker training.
Jerry loves to watch the world go by from the window. He even likes to watch the computer printer whirring away ( see video.)
Jerry would like a quiet home with adults who can keep him company. He would not be suited to a house with children or a lot of noise. He needs a house with a garden so that he can expend his Bengal energy.
Boris is a very handsome 2 year old cat. He is a lively and energetic young cat who loves to hunt. He will need a home with a garden in which to run around. Climbing trees is the best thing in the world!
Boris enjoys a lot of structured play, especially the feathered wand.
Boris was in a serious road accident a year ago. As a consequence, he lost an eye. This hasn’t stopped him from living life to the full.
Boris would like a family that can give him lots of attention and wand play. He is best suited to a home with adults and no young children.
Zaphod is a sweet, affectionate, goofy cat, approximately 9 years old. He still loves to play like a kitten. He adores being in human company and is always eager for ear scritches and belly rubs. He will (almost) never get tired of your attention!
Zaphod enjoys nothing better than snoozing near (or on) his humans on the sofa with his toy mouse. If he finds you in bed, he may request to join you under the covers! He would do best in a home without small children. He has been neutered, vaccinated, deflead, wormed and microchipped.
Quorra is a sweet, affectionate, timid cat, approximately 9 years old. She loves to sleep, and to be near her humans. She loves to cuddle and will often flop over for a belly rub. But if she sees a piece of string dragged on the ground, she goes on the prowl like a young kitten!
Quorra isn’t a fan of noisy gatherings, but as long as she has somewhere to retreat to (like a quiet bedroom) she will be fine and will come out for cuddles once the party is over. She would do best in a home without small children. She has been spayed, vaccinated, deflead, wormed and microchipped.
We are hoping to rehome him as a pair with his sister, Quorra, but will consider rehoming him on his own if needed.