Our Cats and Kittens
If you would like to come and visit any of the cats shown here or would like more information, please call Theresa Grant on 07427063178. We have new cats/kittens coming in on a daily basis so the list of animals below is not exhaustive, updates are made to the website as regularly as possible but if you cannot see a cat to match your needs please get in touch to ask what others may be available!
BARKS neuters, vaccinates and micro-chips all cats prior to adoption. Adoption fees apply, and home checks are carried out once you have been chosen by one of our cats. Viewing is strictly by appointment only
Sweet little Pepe excitedly packed his little bag and waved goodbye to his friends at BARKS, but it was not to be and our dear little boy returned to the pens. We thought we had found him a new home just before Christmas but his luck ran out again and the people decided not to adopt. It's time Pepe was happy and looking forward to a future full of love
Another very important part of running animal rescue is giving a good life to those animals who simply cannot be rehomed. The reasons are almost always medical, and whilst we like to think there are people out there who will take on animals whatever their condition, it is a massive commitment, and we simply cannot keep them in temporary accommodation long-term. So when necessary we take the decision to put them into permanent foster care.
This work, and in many cases frequent trips to the vet, cost money, and this is why we run a sponsorship programme, to help fund their comfort and well-being.
Some people choose to sponsor our general kitten fund, and others our senior cat care fund. We are open to any proposals or ideas in terms of sponsorship.
Floyd, (tabby boy on the right) and his best mate, semi-feral Bruiser. Floyd has persistent health problems and has become a much-loved resident.
Casper may one day be ready for adoption but right now we see him as a longer-term resident. He came into us as an entire male and behaved like a little monster! He is now neutered and is calming down, sharing with other cats but rather demanding where people are concerned. He is having treatment for a wound and already looks much more handsome than this photo shows. but extra special care is essential for now.
Saffy is a very special little lady. A true Snowshoe, and a genuine rescue from a sad circumstance, Saffy became ill with an ear infection just after we took her in. She recovered but is left with a bent head, and a tendency to run in circles. As the little darling needs a great deal of care we decided she should live with one of our senior foster carers as a sponsored cat.