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Rehome a Cat

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

Re-homing is strictly by appointment. 

If you are interested in re-homing one of our cats, please e-mail for a "perfect match" form .  While we will try to reply to every application, this isn't always possible due to demand, therefore if you do not receive a reply within 7 days you should presume your application has been unsuccessful. 

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.
  • We will not home an outdoor cat if you live by a main road.
  • The adoption fee for a cat and kitten is £90.00 (including  flea and worm treatment )
  • Landlord consent and a home visit is needed for all prospective cat adopters.
  • We do not re-home our cats with existing cats that are not neutered (unless for medical or exceptional circumstances).

Billy and Molly

Billy - Black and white domestic short hair. Molly - Tortoiseshell.

Male and Female

Dates of Birth - 11th July 2018 (For both)

Brother and Sister


Billy and Molly are originally from us at ACGAS. They came back to us on the 8th May 2021 due to no fault of their own (Family circumstances). 

Both are very sweet, friendly cats. They can be nervous at first but do not take long to warm up to you. Both are not the  cuddliest cats and they both prefer to do their own thing, so giving them space is paramount. Billy and Molly have lived with a dog in the past. We will accept applications from a household with a dog that is used to living with a cat. They have not been around young children. 

Age range for children: 9+


White Short Hair


Date of Birth - 4th January 2017


Charlie came into us on the 15th May 2021. Charlie came in to us due to him being destructive in the previous household. He was only there 2 months and there was no sign of him settling. Charlie can be nervous at first and a little boisterous. He is very calm in our cat cabin and enjoys a head rub. He will require an experienced home that can give him the attention that he needs in order for him to feel, safe, secure and settled in his forever home. Due to how nervous Charlie can be, he must be the only animal in the household as we believe 1-1 is the best bonding option for him. 

Age range for children is 16+.


Domestic Short Hair - Black and white


Date of Birth - 1st March 2010


Sox came into us on the 27th May 2021. Sox is a very friendly, sociable cat who loves attention. He is a bit of a gentle giant! Sox is more of an indoor cat than an outdoor and enjoys his comforts. We are unsure to how Sox is around other cat's but he does not seem bothered by them in our Cattery. Sox has never been around a dog. Sox is reportedly good around young children. 


Sox has had a few kidney issues in the past but we have had him tested here with us and they have come back negative. He is fed on bland food as sometimes, rich food does not agree with him. 


Domestic Short Hair - Black and white


Date of Birth - 2nd January 2014


Queenie came into us on the 5th June 2021. She is a very sweet cat who loves attention. If the household is getting a bit much for Queenie, she is known to go into a different room for peace and quiet! Therefore, due to this Queenie cannot live with children under the age of 9. She has lived with a small dog in the past and is reportedly fine around them. We are unsure to how Queenie would take to living with another cat. Queenie is both an indoor and outdoor cat. 


Queenie has a few medical issues, for more information on this, please contact us via email and ask for these details from an Animal Welfare member of Staff. Thank you.