ADOPT A CAT
This page lists some of the cats currently in our care and is updated weekly.
Please phone Jan our Homing Officer on 01935 507009
Before re-homing, unless fully vaccinated, all our cats are blood tested, vaccinated, micro-chipped and have a medical check up at the vets to ensure they are healthy. All our cats are fully vaccinated against flu, enteritis and leukaemia. Do you know that it costs around a total of £150 per cat before adoption to ensure a cat is in the best of health, micro-chipped and neutered if necessary before it is put up for adoption. Cats Protection asks adopters for a fee of £60 when re-homing a cat. If you feel able to make a donation on top of the fee that would, of course, be gratefully received.
If you would like to adopt one of our adorable cats or kittens please phone our Homing Officer Jan now on 01935 507009 to chat through the adoption process, have a home check and then visit and reserve the one for you.
Website updated Thursday 15th March with gentle Benji and boisterous Bear.
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DEXTER (also known as Lord Dexter)
Dexter is 7 years old, very sleek and with long legs and great big feet. He looks and sounds quite regal. He even meows like a Siamese cat. Dexter is fine with children and dogs and might get on with another cat depending on its nature. As he has no road sense, he is looking for a rural home with someone around a lot of the time as he craves attention. He is extremely curious and has to investigate anything you might have in your hand. He does this by standing on his back legs like a Meer cat! Adopted 17th February
Sweet little Cola is about a year old and has already had a litter of kittens. She is petite, playful and oh so loving. Cola will make a wonderful family pet or be the devoted companion to slightly older adopters. Cola will bring a little black magic into the life of whoever adopts her.
Adopted 9th February
The following 8 adorable kittens are siblings of varying colours, shapes and sizes. All are very friendly, in good health and ready to be reserved for their new family. They have been handled from very young so are used to being picked up and enjoy being stroked and most are purring when stroked. Chasing and jumping on one another is still their main interest and they all join in the games. Some are more boisterous than others but none would be described as quiet. They will be 8 weeks old on 17th January. (It is a branch policy that young kittens can only be homed to families with children if they are aged 6 or above).
Boisterous Basil is a bundle of bursting energy and just wants to play and have someone to play with so a home where there is another young and playful cat would suit him down to the ground. He is not looking for a quiet home but one where he will get lots of attention, affection and playtime. Reserved
JESS Adopted with Molly 3rd February
JASPER Adopted with Willow 3rd February
WILLOW Adopted with Jasper 3rd February
JODIE Adopted with Josie 3rd February
MOLLY Adopted with Jess 3rd February
JOSIE Adopted with Josie 3rd February
My name is Ruby. I am 8 years old, very loving and attentive but would like to keep my humans to myself. I became rather lost and confused when my first Mum moved a while ago but would now love a 'forever' home. Although fit, my coiffeur is not quite up to scratch, but that's what comes of having no fixed abode. Will you be the one to love me?
Nala at 9 months old is a pretty little girl and is always busy, busy, busy ...... when not eating, which could be her favourite passtime if allowed! She is full of confidence and certainly a character, bossing her brother Simba about. Adopted with Simba 14th February
Simba, also 9 months, is shy and nervous initially and has a much calmer demeanour still enjoying playtime but at a much more leisurely pace. He is very affectionate when he gets to know you. As with Nala, food is his priority. We are looking to home Nala and Simba together so that Simba can continue to gain confidence with the help of his sister. Adopted with Nala
Fluffy is a beautiful, very good natured cat. As she is only just coming up a year old she likes to play, especially with her favourite ball and has recently started to chase her tail. Fluffy has a lovely soft coat which, although long haired, does not need grooming but she does like the occasional brush. She has a lovely temperament, loves attention and likes rolling around asking to be stroked. Fluffy shares a bed with her younger brother Eddie, plays with him and enjoys washing him. Eddie (10 weeks old as at 11th Feb) is a lovely gentle kitten. He loves to play but also likes a cuddle (he has a great purr) when he is not too busy! His new favourite toy is a stick toy and he is learning to jump. Eddie is fostered with his older sister Fluffy. As they get on so well together *Fluffy and Eddie* would make a great addition to any family. Adopted together 25th February.
5-year old Millie is a real sweetie. She is very affectionate, enjoys playing and being brushed (and Dreamies of course!), but most of all likes a lap to curl up on. We are looking for a home where somebody is at home part of the day as she craves company and her temperament would be perfect for children but other cats or dogs are a no no. This lovely lady is awaiting your call”
Raffles is 2 years old and has known little care and affection during those years. He was abandoned by his owners when they moved away and left this handsome boy to fend for himself. Kindly neighbours fed him until he came into care. As a result of his sad life experiences he is a little wary when he meets you but his fosterer says he is a real charmer and a pleasure to care for. Raffles is looking for his 'forever' home where he will get the love, care and attention he deserves. Could that be with you? Adopted 17th March
Honey is nearly 12 years old and she is so loving and really does not look or act her age. Adopting Honey will bring you nothing but joy and you can be sure she won't be whizzing up the curtains. She will give you faithful companionship and unconditional love. Honey is a real sweetie and can't wait to meet you.
Fin, approximately 6 months old, is a beautiful boy. He is as lively as you would expect for his age and absolutely loves attention, be it helping him to play with his ball track or having a cuddle. Fin is a real lap cat and will make a lovely, cuddly addition to a family and has lived with other cats previously. Adopted 12th March.
At just 3 years old Harold is an absolute darling. He is quite vocal, very loving and needs and just loves company. Toys, playtime and food are also very important. Harold has been used to family life but most important for him is a lot of companionship with someone who will enjoy giving him lots of affection and attention.
Gentle Benji is a 5 year old docile lad who just wants cuddles and a lap to curl up on. He is very affectionate and loves to chat . His foster carer has worked wonders with him as his previous life experiences, including being abandoned, had been dire and he didn't trust humans and was very nervous. Benji is looking for an indoor home without other cats and as he is a large lad he would best suit a spacious home. If you are looking for a loving companion then Benji is the boy for you.
It is impossible to get a decent photo of 8 month old Bear as he is full of beans and boisterous energy and this was taken during a very brief moment when he threw himself down for a half-second rest! He has the most silky shiny fur and beautiful eyes and he could not be more friendly and playful. He is used to children and will easily fit into family life. Bear is a constant delight and utterly adorable.
COMING SOON -
DOMINO AND MUFFIN Domino is a long haired black and white male who is very affectionate and loves as much fuss as is going whilst purring very loudly. His sister Muffin is a black and white short haired female. Although more timid than Domino, she loves to play whilst purring loudly. They are 20 weeks old (as at 16 Feb) and are to be homed together as Domino loves his sister and as he is quite bold he brings her out of her shell. Reserved
Due to recent homings, we have been able to take in other cats which we hope will soon adorn the website, so keeeeeep looking!
If a kitten is not for you, then adopting an adult cat is just as rewarding, if not more, than taking on a kitten. You may not see them grow up but you will see them grow in confidence and you will have a friend for life. There will still be plenty of purr power in the kitty tank and a bundle of senior purring warmth beats an electric blanket on a winter night.
If you would like to find out more about any of these cats or kittens please telephone Jan our Homing Officer on
If you cannot adopt a cat, why not sponsor one of our foster chalets.