I cannot keep all the cats here forever, as space is limited and I wish for them to have a loving
home that they can have share with someone special.
Occasionally I have a cat for re-homing but I am very particular about the home they will go to and
only to cat loving people.
Cats are usually neutered before being re-homed and I expect to keep in contact with the new
owner, to know that the cat is happy, well and settled in its new forever home.
Ross, who was re-homed and now
living in sunny Wales with Darren.
Teddie, now living with Sally
DELPHINIUM

Adults Available
Quality British Shorthair Cats
Moonshadow, (Esme) now living
with Dave and family
Verity; now living locally with Jane
Moonspirit (Bambi) reserved for Becky
             Some adults will be available for re-homing this year.

During  2019 I expect to re-home two male stud cats and possibly three or four ex-breeding
queens.

If you are interested in re-homing an adult, please do send me an email and I can let you know
which cat may suit your home. I will need to know more about you and who will be living with the
cat and the home you can offer. Some cats are better living on their own initially especially if
they have been a stud boy or depending on temperament.

I will only consider the best loving forever homes and will not let any of my cats go to any home
with an unsafe environment. Some maybe be for indoor homes only, but depending on the garden
and environment, I do consider homes with a safe outdoor space.

A re-homing fee will be asked for to cover neutering costs and vaccinations.

I may have a female for re-homing in a couple of months. I will update this page when she is
neutered.

Gr Ch Delphinium Butterkist is now neutered
He is gentle in temperament and a really gorgeous boy.
I will be asking about £300 for him as he is still very young. He was two in April.
I'm looking for the perfect home with a safe garden he can enjoy and a lap to sit on. He is so
gentle and loving and deserves only the best. He will be up to date with his vaccinations (due now)
and will be neutered in July-August 2019.

Butterkist is now reserved for viewing and may have a new home!