All of our cats are neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and given flea and worming treatment before adoption. Most of these cats have been rescued by RSPCA Inspectors or found abandoned and wandering the streets. Our animals are moving in and out of our care on a daily basis, as such the featured animals on these pages do not represent the full extent of animals in our care and sometimes we are unable to post some of our animals online.
Below is a link to download a Perfect Match application form, please fill this out and email it to the address below. If you are struggling to fill out the PDF document, then please email us requesting a form, or send us a message via our Facebook page with your email address, and we will send you a Word document version instead.
Britney was found living stray and taken in by a concerned member of the public. She had been ear-tipped, which is done by some cat rescue organisations to denote that a cat has been neutered and returned to the streets.
Normally this is done when cats are feral and considered unable to live a conventional domestic lifestyle...however this is most certainly not the case with little Britney.
Though undoubtedly very wary and nervous, this girl, who, at somewhere between 6 and 9-months-old, is still a kitten, shows none of the behaviours one would expect from a "feral". She hides away but shows no aggression, and if you are patient and move slowly, she soon responds favourably to being stroked.
This little girl is just terrified and confused and doesn't know what to make of being in the cattery.
She urgently needs to find a home, ideally with another young cat, who will give her much-needed feline company and who can be a playmate, so she can finally enjoy what being a kitten is all about!
Due to her nervousness, Britney probably wouldn't cope with younger children, and she will need a home that is calm, quiet and understanding.
If you can offer this to her, then please complete and return a Perfect Match form.
8-year-old Rachel is a lovely little lady, who is feeling a little bewildered by her arrival in the cattery.
She's clearly feeling lonely, as she can usually be found at the front of her pen, making sure that she doesn't miss out on that all-important attention from passing visitors!
Rachel loves company, enjoys fuss, and she's also a good eater-just so long as her meals are served on a plate, and not in a bowl!
She has recently been vet-checked, is fully up-to-date with her vaccinations, and it is clear she has been a well cared-for pet.
She would enjoy the opportunity to have safe outdoor access, so a home with a garden she can enjoy would be best.
We do think she would be best as the only pet in her home, and she deserves to be the centre of attention-just so long as the attention is on her terms, as she is definitely a lady who knows her own mind! She can be a little nervous, so a quiet, preferably adult-only home would be best.
To apply to adopt this darling of a cat, please complete and return our Perfect Match form to email@example.com
Saku arrived at our Centre on the evening of our Festival of memory event, hence why we named him Saku, which is Japanese for remembrance.
Sadly, Saku was abandoned at our gates, left in a box with food and a blanket, very afraid and confused by what had happened to him.
We have taken him in and cared for him, and while he is still a shy boy, he is also incredibly gentle and we would love to find him his forever home with someone calm, quiet and understanding.
Due to the circumstances of his arrival, we have no history on him, so his age is a guesstimate - we think he is somewhere in the region of 7-years-old.
He spends most of his time hiding in his bed, but he does respond to fuss, enjoys gentle head rubs and he is a good eater (he loves meaty sticks and Lick-e-Lix treats too!). We haven't seen him interact with other cats so we don't know how he would feel about sharing his home with another cat-we certainly wouldn't rule it out, but it would need to be a gentle cat due to how nervous he is.
He could possibly live with older children who won't crowd him, but no very young children as he is easily spooked by noises and sudden movements.
To apply to offer him the loving home he deserves, please complete and return our Perfect Match form.
In life's great lottery, poor Den Den hasn't been the luckiest of cats.
For years he has lived on the streets; an entire male, he has been in countless fights (as his ragged ears confirm), he has had to find food and shelter wherever he was able to, all whilst sadly suffering with an extremely painful condition called entropion, where the eyelids turn inwards, causing the lashes to constantly scratch the eyeballs.
For more years than we care to imagine, he lived like this (or rather, survived) until a caring person took pity on him and started to feed him and establish a bond with him. We were then contacted, and two of our volunteers helped to trap him, in order to bring him into our care.
This dramatic change did not sit well with poor Den Den. We treated his poorly eyes, but he still viewed us with distrust. He would hiss and spit, and would even lunge at us sometimes when we went into his pen.
Yet he has always remembered the volunteer who helped trap him, with whom he had built a close bond, and he also started responding to being called Den Den (the name given to him by the person who was feeding him-hence our change of name from Dacey to Den Den).
He has now built a special rapport with one of our staff, and will come out while she cleans his pen, purring and asking for fuss. He even sometimes sits on her lap!
At approximately 8-years-old, this boy has been through so much. His eyes, while treated and much better than they were, will likely need ongoing drops whenever they become dry and uncomfortable. He is scared and bewildered at the moment and although he enjoys the security of regular meals and a warm bed, what he really needs is a loving home to call his own.
So many people have taken Den Den to their hearts after seeing the video on our Facebook page of him learning to trust our staff member...could one of you also be able to take him into your home?
We feel sure that this boy will be an extremely affectionate companion once he learns to trust you, and we hope that in time, he will be able to accept the help he needs when his eyes become uncomfortable.
Den Den has also tested positive for FIV, but this is no barrier to him living a full and normal life. If you have a garden for him to enjoy and a lap that is ready to accommodate a big, loving hunk of cat (in his own time and on his own terms of course), then you could be just what Den Den needs.
Please complete and return a Perfect Match form to firstname.lastname@example.org