Forever Families - Adoption Stories

This page is to showcase some of the success stories of cats and kittens who are now happily in new homes, bringing joy and delight to new families.

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Xinthie

More inmates have escaped the asylum this weekend 😂 The lovely, shy Xinthie was in rescue for the second time but hopefully it’ll be her last time. She has found the quiet and calm home she needs with Caroline Lord. Good luck Xinthie and thank you to Jean for fostering 😍😍😍.


Social distanced rehoming procedures were followed.

Xyla

So yesterday the beautiful Xyla found her new forever home with Jessica Rowell.
Only in rescue since mid April so quite a brief stay but we would like to thank Rachel Whittaker one of our new fosterers for giving her a loving foster home while she was with us. We wish you much love and happiness Xyla 😍

This was a safe rehoming with careful consideration given to social distancing and no contact procedure.

Queen Ruby

Queen Ruby has left for her forever home. She has landed herself a perfect home with Richard who I’m sure is going to treat her like a Queen.
Of all the cats Heather has fostered, this one has definitely taken a piece of her heart with her. The sassiest cat we have ever met, we will miss her!! Thank you so much Heather and family for fostering this feisty little lady 😻❤️👑

This was a safe rehoming with careful consideration given to social distancing and no contact procedure.

Pearl

Pretty Pearl went off to her forever home this morning. She has gone to live with Joanne, her husband and their son Daniel who was very excited to welcome her into the family 🥰 They have got themselves a very special sweet kitty 😻 Kirsty Sykes and the rest of Pearl’s foster family will miss her very much and wish her all the best. Thank you for fostering her Kirsty! 💖💖💖

This was a safe rehoming with careful consideration given to social distancing and no contact procedure.

Sonny

Sonny came in to rescue at the start of lockdown and has been happily settling in to his foster home. As expected, he has been snapped up as soon as we have started with socially distanced rehoming. He has gone to live with Helen Culloty as a play friend for her young cat. We are sure he will fit in just perfectly. A big thank you to our first time fosterer Kirsty Sykes who has done a great job of looking after him. Good luck in your new home Sonny xx

Mozerella

Mozzerella, sadly had to wave goodbye to all of her kittens as they went off to their new homes last weekend. Lucky for her, she has also gone off to her new home today with Shimona Blacker. She was never going to hang around in rescue very long as she is absolutely adorable and has bags of personality. Thank you to Sarah West for fostering her and her babies in rescue. Good luck in your new home Mozzerella xxx

Yippee

Yippee!…… Yippee has gone off to her new home today after a VERY brief stay in rescue. She is such a cutie and was snapped up pretty much immediately. She has gone to live with Greta and Adam Delb. Thank you to Joseph (with the help of Sarah West) for fostering this little beauty. Good luck in your new home Yippee xx

Gloria

Gloria is one of the lucky ones who has been chosen to go to her new home today. She has been adopted by Serena Parker-Sharp. Thank you to Victoria Marie for fostering Gloria in rescue. Good luck in your new home Gloria xxx

Uncle Momo

Uncle Momo has also gone to his new home today with John Jagger. He is absolutely desperate to go outside again so it is really great that he now has a place of his own and is just biding his time before he can play out. Thank you to Victoria Marie for fostering him during his time in rescue. Good luck Momo xxx

Anise, Angelo and Anouk

Our Lucky, lucky, lucky ferals, Anise, Angelo and their mummy Anouk have all gone off to a new outdoor home where they can have the best of both worlds. They will have free roam around the farm as well as being able to come and go in the house on their own terms. They get to play out with the horses and alpacas!! This is the absolute perfect outcome for this gorgeous and much loved trio. Thank you to Lindsay Smith and Debbie Wooler for fostering this trio. This was a safe rehoming with careful consideration given to social distancing and no-contact procedure. We wish them all the luck in the world in their new home and every success in their future hunting careers! Adios xxx