Clarrie & Charlie

These two kits came into rescue with their mum and sister at age 5 weeks. Both very affectionate kittens who love cuddles. Charlie is more confident while Clarrie hangs back a little until she gets to know you, then she just can’t get enough cuddles. They love to play and when it comes to toys, Clarrie is the boss, determined to catch it and keep it 🙂

Sadly they’ve been left behind after all their pals have gone off to new homes. It’s partly because they’re black and white and people pass over ‘plain’ cats. Partly because the kits all had a tummy bug and whilst the rest of them recovered quickly Charlie is struggling to throw it off. Clarrie is well but doesn’t want to leave without her brother. They’re not poorly with it as such, they’re bright and playful and happy, and Charlie always manages to get to the litter tray in time. Our vet has advised that they can be rehomed to a special someone who understands the situation and we would be happy to explore ‘foster’ options with a view to adoption once he’s fully well. They’re well fed up of being confined to a single room and having limited cuddle and play time,

Otherwise they’re both healthy and have been microchipped and vaccinated. Clarrie is booked to be spayed and Charlie will be neutered when his tummy settles.

They’ll need to stay indoors for several weeks in their new home, until they’re settled and ater that we strongly recommend that they are kept indoors after dark. They’ll enjoy having a safe garden to play in during the day and run off some of that crazy kitten energy.

They should fit well into most homes either with adults only or with sensible children/dogs. Whilst they’d most likely get on very well with other cats we’re looking for a home with no other cats at this stage so that the virus isn’t passed on.

All our adoptions come with 4 weeks free insurance through Pet Plan.

We always homecheck prior to adoption and ask a minimum adoption donation of £60 per kitten. There’s more about our adoption process here: and you’ll find some more photos and stories about them (and our other cats) on our blog: and facebook page:


They’ve all been health checked, microchipped and vaccinated. They will need to be neutered by age 6 months and to stay indoors until then.  After that we strongly recommend that they are kept indoors after dark, but will enjoy having a safe garden to play in during the day.



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