MEET THE MAFIA
These are the cats who live here permanently, many are special needs so cannot be rehomed. They are given sanctuary at GCH.
Benny is frightened of people and other cats. He is not a social member of GCH but is very happy in himself.
June's own Persian
Bodhi is Symon's deputy inspector, he likes to investigate any bags or boxes which are left around. He is also a therapy cat helping those in need due to his wonderful calm nature.
King of the Mafia, you will be greeted by Buddy who is not a rescue but June's own cat. Please give Dreamies he loves them and will beg for one!
Charley is a 7 year Maine Coone cross, surrendered due to uncertain temperament. Handsome yes, tetchy sometimes but a gorgeous boy who likes things on his terms!
Hand raised orphan
Ellie May arrived at 2 weeks old in the summer of 2018. She was bottle fed but became very ill with Calici virus at 6 weeks. She survived and today lives at GCH, one of the Mafia cats
Sister to Gracie, Gabby is the naughty sister. Always up to mischief
Gracie is a rescue after she became sick with her breeder. Gracie had Coronavirus and is not the healthiest of cats but is a happy little lady who takes everything in her stride.
Lily was surrendered after suffering many fits. Using alternative medication we gradually reduced her fits and today she is off meds and fit free. Indoor cat very popular with visitors
Special needs cat
Three legged cat who was deliberately thrown from a window. A huge favourite with visitors
June's own Persian
Louis is good friends with Bodhi. They sit around looking gorgoeus together!
Marty is an oriental cross Champagne ginger cat, he is very bossy!!
Millie was a rescue who arrived with coronavirus. She is terrified of the outside and rarely goes downstairs. She is now clear of coronavirus and is known as queen of the landing.
Saltzi was originally a street cat who found a lovely owner called Jack. Due to his job which took him all around the country, Jack surrendered Saltzi to GCH. He was a shy cat and it was felt tht he would be better off staying here.
Shiloh was kicked out by his owner at age six months and spent the next six living rough. On arrival he was petrified of everyone and everything. Six months hard work changed this cat into a loving and special cat. He is a long term resident as he deserves his place here.
Symon has lived at GCH for five years. Known as inspector Symon for his habit of being nosy! He came in with a badly shattered leg which took six months and a lot of vet bills to heal.
Born at the rescue
Tammy was born to a rescue cat surrendered. She was the last kitten left in the litter and June's husband fell in love with her.
Tazz is 9 and a super athletic fit cat. He is a total mummy's boy and June has had him since he was a kitten.
June's own cat
Older boy Ziggy. He has lived here since he was a kitten. He acts as Uncle to the new arrivals.