The cats in our Rouges Gallery below are either virus positive, quite old, feral or sick so their upkeep is quite expensive. We hope other cat-lovers will come to their aid to help us to look after them.

By sponsoring a cat yourself or as a gift for a loved one you’ll become a Friend of the Cats for a minimum of £6.50 a year and know that your generous support is providing shelter, food and medical care for our cats - the love is free!

Candy Strip

Candy Strip

This little lady is very nervous and likes to keep her distances from us humans but with every day that passes she learns to trust us more and hopefully will soon realise that we only want to love her and keep her safe and well fed.

Candy Strip like most of our feral cats that we have trapped have had no human contact so like to keep their distance and that is fine with us just as long as we know they are safe and well.

Wilma

Wilma

This little lady was one of three cats taken from a house in Ilford. The lady thought Wilma was expecting kittens so we took immediate action on collecting them which actually was really hard as the lady had let them enter her open plan house including the space into the loft!!

We got 2 cats that Saturday morning but Wilma was in the loft, she came out during the night apparently and squeezed into the upright freezer and the lady called the Fire Brigade to get her out!! And to top it all, Wilma was already neutered. Sadly, Wilma never tamed sufficiently for homing although the other two cats did find a home of their own.

Mag 7

Mag 7

Perhaps we ought to change the name to Magnificent 11 as we have seen 11 black cats eating at "one sitting". Black cats are very hard to re-home and when they are feral, very difficult to tell apart, although a few of them we can.

All seem well although one, a female we originally called Susie, cost over £600 to have a polyp removed but that was three years ago. As an experiment to try to give them their own names, we put collars on two and duly called them Teddy and Slim but the collars were soon lost and now they are collectively known as the Magnificent 7!!

Chico

Chico

Chico is such a handsome lad but a little foolish as we thought we would find him a lovely home of his own but sadly, he decided not to tame up enough so he is now permanently based with the charity in Cumbria and loving life in the country.

Scooby & Doo

Scooby & Doo

These are two of five cats we removed from a garden in Goodmayes, Essex. They are striking colours so we would love for them to tame up, although we have not given up completely on finding them both a loving home.

Sadly, they were 8 months old when trapped and with no human contact it will take a bit of time to get them human friendly, but in the meantime they will have a loving home at the shelter in the country.

Toby

Toby

This little lad is a typical tom cat who, once neutered, became a wonderful lap cat and he loves to sit with Joan in the conservatory. Unfortunately he has ongoing health issues with his eyes and stomach so we have decided he can be one of Joan's house cats.

How Can You Help?

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