All RSPCA cats are neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped. Most of these cats have been rescued by RSPCA Inspectors, 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 necessarily represent the full extent of animals in our care.
We update these pages on a weekly basis. However, some of the featured animals may already be reserved.
Hi, my name is Magpie!
I came in when I was signed over to the Inspector having had severe burns all over my paws! It has taken a little while, but I am starting to feel much better and am now thinking about my forever home!
I am finding everything quite scary and confusing right now, but the staff here say I don’t have a bad bone in my body. Ideally I would like a peaceful home where I can settle and get over my upheaval the past few months. I would be fine with children as long as they were respectful of my space and understood that I have been through a lot lately- ideally we would make friends here first!
I am slowly beginning to find my feet again and am beginning to show the staff what a sweet, gentle boy I am
Hello! My name is Hermionie. I am a sweet girl who was left abandoned in a box with my kittens. I am very friendly, but understandably so a little worried by all the recent changes I have been through. I am looking for a home where I can have outdoor access and ideally without very young children. I could be rehomed with one of my kittens
Hello! My name is Leicester, like the cheese! I am a very friendly, confident and playful (maybe a little too playful...) chap who was brought in when I was becoming too much of a handful for the children in the home!
My ideal home would have experienced cat owners that can teach me to play a little more appropriately (like with toys- not feet!), ideally with older teenage children, maybe another cat but definitely no dogs!
We are a lovely bundle of sweet and playful kittens looking for our forever homes!
Zig, Zag and Zoe were found very small and emaciated at an abandoned property whilst Artismia and Stellios were born on the streets- so are very nervous
We introduced Stellios and Artismia to the confident trio to assist with their confidence and socialisation, which is working quite well!
Artismia is slightly more confident than Stellios and we would like her to stay with Zoe.
Stellios is a bit more nervous, but getting there, and can go with Zig or Zak
We will consider rehoming these two as singles ONLY if the adopter has experience with socialising very nervous cats/kittens and ergo has adults around most of the time to do so and ideally have a well socialised and cat friend adult cat to help guide them, otherwise it is the mandatory pairing above
These guys are about to turn 8 weeks old and will have had their 1st vacc and microchip. Their adoption fee includes the second vacc, neuter, health checks, parasite control and 4 weeks free insurance.
We do not rehome kittens of this age to homes with children under 6 years
Stellios- All black with a little white on chest Male
Artismia- All black Female
Zig- B/W Male
Zag- B/w Male
Zoe- Tortie Female