Cyril and Cynthia – 4 months – male and female
These kitts were found cold and wet in a ladys back garden at only 4 weeks old. They have been with one of our amazing fosterers who has done an excellent job bringing them around. A little hesitant at first, they are now enjoying fusses and have had the experience of living with a lovely friendly dog, other cats and children.
Gemini – 3-4 months – female
These kitts were born outside to a feral mum, and were caught at around 8 weeks old, so they are wary of humans. However, there is no aggression from them and we think with the right home and enough love and patience, they will come around.
They will need homing in pairs or to a home with an existing kitten or young confident, friendly cat for company and to show them how to blossom as a well rounded cat. They would not do well with very young children, but older, perhaps teenage children, who have been around shy cats before and can be gentle may suit.
Gemini is the last of this bunch of five, and is desperately seeking a home with another cat to keep her company, build up her confidence and become a well rounded kitty.
Sergei and Alexander – 4 months old, male
These boys came to us after a nice member of the public took them in when their mum gave birth in his garden!
They are now looking for their own home. These two boys are a little shy at first, but will come around with some playtime and food! These boys will be rehomed together as they get on so well and enjoy each others company. We think these boys would be fine with sensible children who understand how to be gentle and when to give cats their space.
Agnes – 6 months, female
Agnes came to the shelter with her siblings when they were around 6 weeks old. They were born to a feral mum, and were very timid and hissy themselves.
Agnes’ sisters have been adopted and as Agnes would have been alone, one of our fantastic fosterers offered to house her for a while. While on foster she has been around other kittens and a couple of adult cats, and she appears to feel much more confident around the adult cats. She is still quite shy and isn’t keen on being handled, but will have a fuss when she’s sat with her friend and is always around her fosterers watching what’s happening!
We think it is essential that Agnes have a home with another friendly, confident cat for company and to continue helping her build her confidence. She will need a quiet home and a family who can give her space when she needs it. She will need some work to build her confidence with us humans, but we believe the rewards of bringing a cat around are great!
We may have other youngsters at the shelter and on foster at the moment, but these little guys aren’t big/old enough to be adopted yet. We will update as necessary.
If you are interested in adopting Youngsters! or would like to learn more about what we need from you to adopt, please visit our adopting page.