Jess was being rehomed ‘home-from-home’ but has now been taken in and is being rehomed through our pens. She is being rehomed due to a change in circumstances. The following info has been provided by her previous owner:

General InfoJess would prefer a quieter home. She is happy to be a lap cat and will sit with you for hours!
Health infoGood health, has been wormed and flead, chipped
Indoor/OutdoorBoth - Jess likes to spend plenty of time outdoors when it's warm, but loves to cuddle up inside on your lap when it's cold.
Litter TrainingYes
Behavioural InfoShe can be jittery around excited children
Children/dogsJess has never really been around children or dogs

Rosie’s babies update

Rosie’s babies are doing amazingly! All 4 kittens now have a home lined up for when they leave us in a few weeks. Their Mum, lovely tabby Rosie will be available when they have gone to their homes, we hope she gets the rest & relaxation she deserves after raising these naughty babies! 😂

Thanks all for your continued support of Cosy Cats Rescue

Ruby update

Lovely little Ruby came to us after she sadly had an RTA. Ruby has had an operation in an attempt by the vets to save her back leg. She is on 4 weeks cage rest, after which the vets will know if the operation to save her leg has been successful or not. We will keep you updated on her progress. Ruby will be up for adoption when she is all healed up, so if you would like to register your interest, please do fill out our adoption form
Thank you all for your continued support of our rescue efforts!

Holly & Ivy/Rosie & Babies update

Hi all! Just an update to show you what we’ve been up to and a little appeal.
Up for adoption soon will be Holly & Ivy (Black and tabby adults) who have slowly been regaining their health with vet treatment.
Rosie’s kittens will soon be litter training! How time flies! Any donations of wood chip litter would be massively appreciated to help them along. 3x kittens are now reserved, 1x male kitten is still available – we are still accepting applications on our website. Rosie will also be available for rehoming when the babies are ready to go and she is spayed. 
As it stands, our funds are at an acceptable level, but they are slowly depleting as we take on more cats and kittens. Your continued support is what keeps us afloat and we are so very grateful and constantly bowled over by our supporters kindness.
It means the world to us that you all keep buying raffle tickets, making one-off donations, setting up regular donations and many more acts of kindness. To find out how to do this and more please see our How You Can Help page
🐾 Jade @ CCR 💕