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Cats for Adoption

Browse all of the cats currently in our care that are in search of their forever homes!

 

If you are interested in re-homing one of our cats, please e-mail us at info@allcreatureslife.org to request a "Perfect Match Form".

If you would like to make a donation towards the costs of looking after the cats, please use the "DONATE" button on this website. Many thanks! 

 

Important Re-homing Criteria for Cats

Please note :

  • If you live in rented accommodation you will need your landlord's written consent and will need to send this to us via email. 
  • We will not re-home an outdoor cat to you if you live by a main road or railway line. 
  • The adoption fee for a cat and kitten is £90.00. 
  • All cats rehomed from us will be up to date with flea and worming treatment and will be neutered and microchipped before leaving the Sanctuary. (Unless exempt for medical reasons). 
  • We do not re-home our cats with existing cats that are not neutered (unless for medical or exceptional circumstances).

The Process

  • If your application is successful, we will invite all household members in to attend a "meet and greet" with the cat/cats. All household members must attend in order to go ahead to the next stage. 
  • If the above is successful, we will then move onto booking an Adoption Date.
  • All Adopters will receive 4 weeks Free PetPlan Insurance upon Adopting an animal from us. 

Contact Details

 

Telephone Number: 01633 866144 

Phone Line Opening Times

  • Monday-Sunday (including Bank Holidays) 
  • 9am-4:30pm
  • CLOSED Christmas Day and Boxing Day

 

Email Address: Info@allcreatureslife.org 

MUST BE REHOMED TOGETHER

Phil and Grant

Domestic Short Hairs, Males, Dates of Birth 2014 & 3rd August 2019, Arrived to our Cattery 6th September 2023. 

 
Can we live with other cats? Potentially 
Can we live with dogs? No

Can we live with teenagers?

Yes

Can we live with young children?

Yes

Do we have any medical issues?

No. Grant came in with a hematoma on his ear which has now cleared up with the appropriate treatment. 

Can we live as indoor cats?

No

Phil and Grant are a beautiful pair of cats looking for their forever home. They are both very friendly felines who love the company of their carers and are very affectionate. When they first arrived to us, they were very quiet and nervous within their cabin but they are now brimming with confidence! They greet us with purr's and head bumps every morning, it is lovely to see that they are settled and comfortable and will make great companions. 

RESERVED

Oliver

Breed: Domestic Short Hair, Male

Date of Birth: 2013 Vet Guesstimate

Arrived to our Cattery: 11th November 2023

 
Can I live with other cats? Potentially 
Can I live with dogs? No

Can I live with teenagers?

Yes

Can I live with young children?

No

Do I have any medical issues?

Yes. Low Grade heart murmur - currently not on any medication. I had a dental in November 2023 to fix my broken canines, my teeth are no longer causing me any issues.

Can I live as an indoor cat?

No

Meet the lovely Oliver,

Oliver was brought into our Sanctuary by a kind family who took him off the streets after seeing the state he was in. Upon arrival, Oliver was severely matted, dehydrated, had gunky eyes and was covered in urine. He is a shy boy who will need to have an owner with a lot of patience and understanding. Oliver likes his own space but will enjoy a head scratch and attention once he trusts you. It does not take him long to become your best friend. He is food obsessed and will eat and eat and eat, adopters need to be careful he doesn't pinch their dinner! 

Trudy

Breed: Domestic Short Hair, Female

Date of Birth: 2014 Vet Guesstimate

Arrived to our Cattery: 10th December 2023

 
Can I live with other cats? Potentially
Can I live with dogs? No

Can I live with teenagers?

Yes

Can I live with young children?

Potentially 

Do I have any medical issues?

No 

Can I live as an indoor cat?

No - I lived outdoors for three years before arriving at ACGAS.


Trudy is a sweet girl who is looking for a peaceful home. She has lived outside for a while, therefore, she would need outdoor access in a home as we do not think she would suit being indoor. Trudy has had a few teeth removed due to poor dental condition and since then, her existing teeth get stuck on her lip on occasion and she looks as though she is pulling a face! - See photo. 

Chip

Breed: Domestic Short Hair, Male

Date of Birth: December 2013 Vet Guesstimate

Arrived to our Cattery: 17th December 2023

 
Can I live with other cats? No - I am not comfortable around the other cats here. 
Can I live with dogs? No
Can I live with teenagers? Yes
Can I live with young children? Yes
Do I have any medical issues? No
Can I live as an indoor cat? No

Chip is a very friendly, older cat looking for his future forever home. Originally adopted from the sanctuary 10 years ago as a kitten, Chip is reportedly a very calm cat in the home and enjoys plenty of cuddles and fuss. Chip is brimming with confidence here and should adapt well to a new home. 

Must be rehomed together

Tia and Elsa

Breed: Domestic Short Hair, Female

Dates of Birth: 2017

Arrived to our Cattery: 24th December 2023

 
Can we live with other cats? Potentially 
Can we live with dogs? No
Can we live with teenagers? Yes
Can we live with young children? Potentially 
Do we have any medical issues? Elsa has a low grade heart murmur. No medication required. 
Can we live as indoor cats? No

Tia and Elsa are two very shy girls who need a quiet home to bring them out of their shells. Tia is the more confident one but not by much. Elsa tends to hide a lot and relies on her sister for comfort. They must be rehomed together. Both are quite cwtchy cats that would love a lap to curl up on. They are very laid back and have a super sweet nature!

I WILL BE READY FOR REHOMING VERY SOON

Morgana

Tink

Breed: Domestic Short Hair, Female

Date of Birth: 3rd February 2018

Arrived to our Cattery: 15th May 2023

 
Can I live with other cats? No - I do not like other cats. 
Can I live with dogs? Yes - I was in Foster with a Golden Labrador who I loved very much. We would cuddle up on the sofa together. 

Can I live with teenagers?

18+

Can I live with young children?

No - due to my temperament 

Do I have any medical issues?

No - I am also very well behaved at the Vets to everyone's surprise!

Can I live as an indoor cat?

Yes but it would be nice for me to have the option of roaming the garden if I wanted too. I have never been outside therefore I would need to be adopted into a very quiet area with no busy roads surrounding the property.

Say Hello to Tink!

 

Tink has been in our Cattery the longest out of everyone. She was originally signed over to us in May 2023.

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Tink’s History 👇

She was rehomed in December 2023 to a gentleman who lived alone. She was in the home for 3 weeks without issue until the owner wanted to take her to the Vets for her Vaccinations. Tink is not a fan of being picked up and upon trying to get her into a carrier, the owner was bitten and scratched. This put Tink in a very bad mood!

Tink was then Fostered for 2 weeks by ACGAS’s Manager Angharad with no issues. Tink got on very well with her and their Labrador. She tended to stay away from the male partner within the home and gravitated more towards Angharad. She loved to cuddle up next to her at night and became more and more affectionate as time went on. Angharad was able to get Tink into a carrier but only if she was quick or Tink would get a bit fiery and a 2nd chance would be slim!

Tink was then rehomed for a 2nd time, again, to a gentleman who lived alone. She was fine for the first 2 weeks but then grabbed onto the gentleman’s leg and scratched him quite badly whilst he was walking up the stairs. This behaviour came out of the blue and to much surprise. Tink was then fine again after half an hour and acted like nothing had happened but then when her litter tray was changed, she then started to hiss and became fiesty towards him again. Half an hour later, she was back to normal and begging for dreamies.

 

We do not want to give up on Tink and believe that the right home is out there somewhere. Given Tink’s history, she may be better with a female owner. We are looking for a Fosterer/Adopter who can give Tink a chance. The person must be cat experienced with similar types of behaviour. The Sanctuary will be offering on-going advice support.

We have considered the possibility of Tink remaining at the Sanctuary as a farm cat, as we have 2 already but sadly, due to Tink always being an indoor cat, 1. We are a very busy Site with traffic in/out/visitors/Day Care on the property. 2. Tink does not like other cats at all and may potentially push Lily, our quieter farm cat out from her area or, may fight with Lucy (and if you know Lucy you know what she’s like!) Sadly we cannot take this risk.