Animals needing adoption


I have not got a name yet.  I only have one ear and have been living rough in Stoke on Trent for nearly 6 months,  A kind gentleman helped me and brought me into the home.  I am friendly and very calm.  I wonder if you would like to give me a new home and of course a name.
This is Miss Livingstone.  She lived wild in Leek and raised her two babies who have now got a new home.  She is very nervous and will run from you; she has even been know to climb up the wall.  She needs a safe home where she is allowed just to get on with things.

The two of us came in together.  We are only young and are very friendly.

We four were found by a very kind gentleman called Glyn.  He spent hours trying to get us.  We even hid in a rabbit hole.  We are very scared and not sure about cuddles at the moment.

I am Octavia, my partner in crime Oswald is below.  Unlike Oswald I am still very frightened and still hid.  I would need you to be very patient with me .  I just want to be loved.
I am Oswald.  I lived with a family  but they had to be moved for their own safety and I could not go with them.  When I first arrived I hid from everyone but now I am much more confident but want a home of my very own.


My name is Steel.  A lovely gentle lady in Werrington fostered me for a little while.  I have now been castrated and I am looking for a forever home.  I am very frightened and if you chose me you would need to be patient with me.  I don’t trust new people and it takes me time to settle.


We are Lucky’s kittens.  We are now a little older.  We are still fighting to survive but doing well and putting weight on.



This is Lucky with her two babies.  They were found in field near to Ilam.  Lucy for them Wendy found them.  They are getting stronger but it is taking time.  The little one at the back now has a new forever home to go to once he doesn’t need his mother anymore.  Wendy cannot bear to part with Lucky having nursed her back to good health so I think she will stay with Wendy.