If you would like to adopt a cat from your local RSPCA you will need to have a Home Visit. Please contact the Cat Co-ordinator on 07926 364633 and leave a message giving your name, address and telephone number clearly so that we can return your call.  We contact everyone who wants to adopt

To adopt a Cat, we ask for a minimum donation of £60 – includes vaccination, neutering and micro chipping.

**Please note we cannot guarantee that a particular animal will be suitable for every adopter. In the best interest of the animal we reserve the right to refuse if the circumstances are not ideal for that animal.

List of available cats

This is just a selection of the cats that we have this month. We cannot guarantee that a particular cat will still be available for adoption, but we still have a great selection. Sometimes we name the cats while they are with us in the cattery but you are welcome to change it when you adopt. If you are interested in a particular cat please quote the reference number rather than the name.

C65 – Roo – Young adult female.


This sweet, calm and friendly little cat would like a quiet home.  We think she is about a year old.  She has been spayed and is litter trained.


C67, C68 and C69 – Litter of kittens approximately 9 weeks old

These three kittens are all male.  They are litter trained and eating well and now need new homes where they can play, explore and be handled.  They are nervous at first but very affectionate once picked up.  C67 is the Ginger one and the other two are all black.


C58 – Mable – Young adult female

Mable is a really pretty tabby and white cat.  She is friendly and affectionate. She came to us with some kittens but now they are weaned and she has been neutered.  We’d like to find a nice home for Mable where she can play and be a lovely family pet.


C57 – Orlando – Male kitten

This little chap is about 11 weeks old (born end of March 2018).  He is affectionate and lively.  He needs a home where he has someone with time to play with him.  He likes other cats and is already litter trained and neutered.


C56 – Nala – Young female cat

Nala is a 3 year old tabby and white cat.  She is very friendly and likes both living indoors only and going outside.  She isn’t happy with other cats and we think she would not be suited to a household with young children.


C53, C54 and C55 – Litter of kittens approximately 10 weeks of age

The 3 boys (C53,C54 and C55) look a little groggy on their mug shots because they have just been neutered. All of them have been wormed and treated for fleas.  These kittens are now lively, healthy and eating well. The little tortoiseshell and white female kitten has already been rehomed.


C48 – Jimbo – Adult male cat

Jimbo is 4-5 years old.  He is quiet and a bit shy, he doesn’t like dogs.  Jimbo is friendly but this is why we would suggest a quiet home for him.  When he comes out to see people he knows he’s very affectionate and he likes treats.



C49 – Keith – Young adult male cat

Keith is affectionate and enjoys human company, although has become quite shy in our cattery.  This handsome chap is about 2 years old and neutered.  He likes going outside and, like all our cats, is litter trained.  Keith is not used to living with other pets but is ok with children.  He likes both wet and dry cat food, and especially likes treats.


C33 – Pretzel – Adult female cat

Pretzel can be a bit shy when she first meets people but she’s very friendly. Pretzel likes nesting and hiding under her blanket and looks really cute when she peeps out at people.  She is about 4 years old, she is used to children and likes to go outside.  She is spayed and litter trained.