OUR CAT FAMILY

These cats you will see from time to time around the property

Picture of a brown tabby and white cat, perched over the wishing well in the garden.

The "BIG" Lad heard there was a vacancy in the household, after being left behind in the village, when "Annie" my dear old Tiffanie passed away.

 

Please be warned the "BIG" lad is a beautiful cat who comes to meet you but he has a habit of sometimes making a 'playful' swipe  when you stroke him

 

Susie, our tortie and white cat looking back over her shoulder, whilst sat on the grass in the garden.

Susie adopted us a week after Fireworks night when we heard pitiful crying at the bottom of the garden, she was thin with her stomach full of gravel in an effort to eat. She was brought back to health and after efforts to reunite her with her owners we decided she would rather be with us.

 

Lily was a Blue Shaded Tiffanie who managed to get to Breighton with us but tragically died within two weeks from a Liver Tumour before she could go out and enjoy the wonderful surroundings

 

Peggy, a Burmilla sitting on the sofa

Peggy is an 11year old "Burmilla" who had a badly twisted leg when she was born, Janet massaged it daily until it had been returned to a normal position

Picture of Babe our Asian Black Smoke cat standing up on the window sill

Babe, as named is the youngest of the family and is an Asian Black Smoke who truly does not have a malicious bone in her body

 

Picture of Any, a chocolate shaded tiffanie out in the garden amongst the wild flowers.

Amy is a 12 year old Chocolate Shaded Tiffanie who definitely suffers from ADHD Always on the go and into things

 

Head and shoulders picture of Lucy resting on a piece of wood.

Lucy is the oldest of the family at 21 years old, she was kicked when she was young and this has paralysed the tail and her back end

 

Bob adopted us when his owners left the area and he found
his way back to where he knew but had no-one to look after him

 

UPDATE UNFORTUNATELY OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS WE HAVE LOST QUITE A FEW OF THEM TO ILLNESS AND OLD AGE