Please call 01905 821272 (Option 2) if you think you can provide a loving home

All of our cats are neutered, vaccinated, micro-chipped, and given flea & 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 an application form/Perfect match 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 and we will send you a word document version instead.


We are always on the look out for rural homes for feral cats that come into our care. Feral cats aren’t going to curl up on your lap and they aren’t going to shower you with affectionate headbutts. They are unsocialised, wild creatures that are highly unlikely to be tamed.

These cats will avoid human contact and are content with living on their own terms in the open if they have shelter away from the elements and regular food on offer. They may help control local rodent population. Finding homes is extremely difficult as we need to be confident that they will be fed, monitored if they become unwell and have somewhere safe and sheltered to sleep.

All feral cats will be health checked, neutered and chipped before adopted. Feral cats need homes like – working farms, stables, or rural homes, If you think you can help out a feral cat, please call the Centre on 01905 821272 (option 2).


4 year old / Male / Domestic Shorthair

Hello, my name is bunny, I am a shy little guy who came into the RSPCA as a stray.

Because of the time I spent as a stray I can be very nervous especially around new people, choosing to hide in my pod bed to feel safe. However, the staff at the centre believe that with the right amount patience and TLC I will start to come out my shell and become the confidant cat I know I can be. Because of this I am looking for a loving adult only home with people who can give me the time I need.

If you would like to apply to adopt bunny please download an application form from and email the completed form to or for more information about bunny please call 01905 821 272 (Option 2) 


5-10 Years Old / Male / Domestic Long-Hair

This handsome chap came to us a little while ago. When he first arrived at the centre, he was very nervous and would swipe if we got too close. Now after a few weeks of some much deserved TLC, he has come out of his shell. 

Keith is a bit unsure on people he does not know, however, once he gets to know you, and when he realises you are not going to hurt him (plus some bribery with treats) he will start coming up and rubbing against your legs as a ploy to get some head rubs and treats. He isn't a big fan on being constricted in a pen, and gets much braver and friendlier once he gets out. 

Taking on Keith will be a challenge for the first few weeks/months; however, we know that in time and with lots of patience he will be great company. We will be looking for a home that is Adult only.

If you would like to apply for Keith, please send us an application form to Forms are found at the top of this page.


2-5 Years Old / female / Domestic Short-Hair

Hi. Meet Poppy, a young 2-5 year old currently relaxing in her foster home. She originally came in as a stray to the Centre in early March 2021 after being found wandering a little confused. She was extremely scared and unhandle- able at both the vets and during her stay at the Centre so it was thought best to try her in a foster home in the hope that she would open up and show the type of cat she really is. After a very unsettled couple of weeks that included hiding, hissing when her carer entered the room and kicking litter up here, there and everywhere - Poppy as she’s been affectionately named, has really come out of her shell. It all started with some chirping noises – and she would hesitantly come and play with a few toys. She kept her distance to start, with the fosterer showing the right balance of patience and engagement. Then hey-presto – now look at her - enjoying fuss and touch on her terms. Time and patience are the key ingredients in bringing around cats like Poppy.

So where do we go from here? Well unfortunately this home is just for the short term, but it has enabled us to get a better understanding of what Poppy is about and what she will need going forward.

Poppy requires a quiet home environment with owners that will provide her with all the time and patience she will need to become comfortable in a home once again. She will need to be the only animal in an adult only home. If anybody wishes to know any more information regarding Poppy please contact the Branch on 01905 821272 (option 2).


2-5 Years Old / female / Domestic Short-Hair

Hello everyone, this is 1-year-old Tilly. Tilly is a beautiful girl who is loved by everyone who meets her at the centre. The first thing you will notice is that she is a vocal princess who is silly enough to stick out her tongue when she meows.

We are now looking for a quiet family for her that does not have any cats, dogs, or young children in the house. She is playful, friendly, and lovable – always straight out of her bed for attention and more importantly food!

To know more about Tulip’s past and personality, please call the centre on 01905 821272 (option 2) or send us a form to Forms are found at the top of this page.   


5 Years Old / Male / Domestic Short-Hair

Everyone say hello to Norman! He is a 5-year-old boy who has been on the streets for far too long, but luckily some kind people saw that he was a stray and called us for help. Now that Norman is safe and sound in our cattery, we can now start the search for his forever home.

Norman is a gorgeous boy, who loves to play, but more importantly he loves to have company! We are looking for a new home for Norman with someone that can spend lots of time with him, giving him all the love and attention that he craves.

As you can see from the pictures, he loves to have his chest rubbed and really enjoys getting on people’s laps. Norman loves his food and will let you know that he is hungry (pretty much always) by running up to you and meowing until he gets his meal or attention.

If you are interested in Norman, please send us a form to Forms are found on our website