Tiny is getting used to his new busy home with lots of animals as well as people..
This is Toffee, was Fiona, she went to a lovely home a few months ago with her brother Flash. Sadly, Flash has become a very dominant cat and he is making his little sisters life miserable.
Torti - Another of our Sanctuary cats has found herself a lovely home and cat friends too!
It's official our lovely, extremely lucky boy Ulric is staying in his foster home and forever.
After almost a year Vic was finally chosen and has a new home.
Victor & Zippy were teamed up to keep them company after Victor's sisters were adopted. Zippy was really hyperactive and needed a friend to calm him down.
Vincent and Victoria stole the show with their mad antics chasing a fly all over the place. They were adopted as expected and had a queue of interests. .
Wow, this was a surprise of the best kind - Venus and her son Vinny have not only been adopted together by their finder, but they may well be on their way to Canada too.
These 2 little cuties were picked up from the street, alone and confused. Their mum nowhere to be seen, they were fostered and adopted without being seen - the photo was enough. I'm pretty sure you can see why?
Our sweet little girl has found her forever home, it didn't take long wither but that's no surprise as she is an adorably friendly little girl with masses of personality.
We had William for the longest time and he was happy in his foster home, but one of the two resident cats kept him away from mum.
He's a middle aged, larger cat - well, larger than our usual HK cats, and with a personality to match. He may take a little while to warm to you, however when he does, he's putty in your palm.
Willy Wonka & Crunchy - this was a particularly special adoption for us as we have had them for what seems like eternity, well by kitten standards.
Yanni - our stunning Rag doll, ex-breeder cat, he was in heaven when he got what was obviously his first cat nip toy.
Well Yule & Yoda ought to have been included in the adoption list as they are now quite settled in their new home.