Thursday, 30 June 2011
Cat Image
Cat Image
Cat Image

Adorable 12wk old kitten, has been wormed and flea treated, had first vaccination and been micro chipped, branch will cover cost of second vaccination and a voucher will be issued for neutering. Adoption Fee £60 four weeks free insurance.

Less than a year old
Domestic short-hair
Brindle tortie
Can live with cats
Can live with dogs
Can live with a family
Can live with mature family
Indoor cat
Access to Outside
after neutering
Feral cat

Primrose has a family! Meet the rest of Litter of Torties


Sunday, 19 June 2011

Kitten Season

Just in Today more feral kittens.


Kitten Season
These adorable Kittens were born 16th June so will be looking for homes end of August 2011

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Feral Cats

Feral Cats

Feral Cats
These Six Kittens just in were born outside to a feral mother, they are around three weeks old now and will be socialised then rehomed at nine weeks old, mum cat will be neutered and returned to site.

We are often asked for help with feral cats and we can loan a trap, so you can trap neuter and return to site adult cats, we provide voucher to cover cost of neutering, feral kittens under 9wks we can take in socialise and then find homes. 

A feral Cat is a descendant of  a domesticated cat that has returned to the wild. 
It is distinguishably from a stray cat, which is a pet cat that has been lost or abandoned, while feral cats are born in the wild; the offspring of a stray cat can be considered feral if born in the wild.

Feral cats are distinct from stray cats or lost pets in their attitude toward humans; whereas a stray or lost cat may approach humans and can be handled easily, feral cats typically resist prolonged human contact. 
A domestic cat that has reverted to wild, unsocialized behavior, or a descendent of such a cat. Feral cats live without significant human contact and they are not socialized to interact with humans. Their behavior is generally wary, fearful or aggressive depending on the situation. Feral cats are most frequently found in urban and suburban areas, though breeding populations of feral cats can occur anywhere.
Kittens Become Pregnant at 5 months old
Male Kittens Can Impregnate at 4 months of age 
Female Cats Have An Average Of Five (5) Kittens In Litter 
Female Cats Can Get Pregnant "Again" When They Are Nursing!  
Kittens Suffer and Often Die From Flea Anemia, Cold and Heat When Born Outdoors  

Wednesday, 1 June 2011


Petlog click here

National Microchipping Month - Check your Petlog Details

For the month of June 2011 we are offering our customers the chance to update details for FREE via the Petlog website.

To check that your details are up to date, enter the microchip number and Petlog ID number located on your Petlog paperwork or on the Annual Alert email if you have received one, in the fields below and click to continue.

If you do not have the microchip and Petlog ID number please contact us on 0844 4633 999.