Adopting a cat is an immensely rewarding experience and you can really make a difference. Here are a few of the kitties we are lucky to have at Catcuddles. Check out our feline friends that are ready and raring to go!
7 year old Masia is a very pretty girl who is being rehomed due to a change in circumstances, her family have moved to a property without a garden and she is not enjoying being an indoor kitty. She is a natural hunter and loves hiding and pouncing in the garden. She is a very healthy and active cat who needs great outdoor space to play in.
As a very independent cat she is ideal for people who have to go out to work in the day - Masia is really happy in her own company and doesn't really want to share her space with other cats.
She will love to spend her days relaxing on the windowsill watching the world go by and taking a stroll in the garden. She is slightly lacking in confidence and does get spooked by loud noises and is wary of new people to begin with. Maisa's new owners will need to spend a lot of time interacting with her through play in order to gain her trust. Once she knows you she is likely to enjoy sitting next to you and getting strokes and fuss.
We are looking for a home where there is someone to spend time with her every evening and at the weekends, Masia would not like to be around young children or other pets.
She enjoys human company and will become your best friend so long as you give her love when she wants it and space when she needs it.
Paris is 8 years old, she was brought in with her sister but as they do not get along we would like to re-home them separately as solo cats.
Paris is certainly the more outgoing, she enjoys exploring and seeking out adventures but she is still calm and placid.
Paris is very friendly and will make a brilliant companion to her new human friends. She has an inquisitive nature and enjoys exploring and playing with her toys. She also has bucket loads of energy and dashes about looking for fun. She will not mind if you go out to work - so is ideal for a professional couple, as long as you have plenty of time in the evenings and weekends to spend with them.
Paris is not necessarily a lap cat but she does enjoy sitting right next to you and being stroked and fussed - although Paris is likely to be off exploring after about ten minutes! Paris will certainly need a safe garden to explore and will be homed to an adult only household.
2 year old China was the youngest in a multicat household where 6 cats were living unhappily in a property which was too small from them. It is likely that China's previous owner was not able to spend enough time with him so consequently he was not well socialised when he was young. This means that China now lacks confidence. He will require a patient and loving owner who can give him a solid daily routine and not expect cuddles from day one.
China is clearly a sweet natured, lovely boy who wants to be friends - he will just need some time to settle, happily into a new home and learn that fuss and strokes are all part of the fun! He needs to be engaged in daily active play and given his space and freedom to have time alone when he wants it.
China is used to spending a lot of time outdoors so you will need to have a garden and a catflap - you'll also need to be very diligent in summer and get some sun cream on his ears as white cats are at risk of sunburn.
China's ideal forever home will be an adult only home, where you are out of the house at work during the day but have plenty of time to spend with him at evenings and weekends. He will need need to be a solo cat so that you can give him your undivided attention!
15 month Nyssa gave birth to her kittens at the very start of May and now she is ready to find her own forever home. She really deserves the chance to be spoilt rotten and spend some time being a happy young cat without worrying about the kittens.
She has found raising the kittens difficult and the stress has caused her to overgroom. As soon as we rehome her we can manage this through her diet.
She is a calm and gentle girl who is happy to be stroked and fussed all day long and will surely become a lap cat once settled.
Austen is very adventurous and loves exploring and his sister Summer is a little more reserved but loves cuddles.
Mouchie is a very young cat - about 10 - 12 months old who was found with her semi feral kittens. She is a shy and cautious girl who will need someone experienced to help her come out of her shell.
She clearly has a gentle and loving nature but is lacking in confidence so needs someone with plenty of time to engage her in play and teach her to accept cuddles and attention.
You will need to be experienced with shy cats and be able to offer great outdoor space. We are looking for an adult only forever home where she can be the centre of attention as a solo kitty.
Mouchie will grow in confidence very quickly in the right home - all she needs is love, patience and a great routine. It won't be long before you reap the rewards of adopting a shy cat.
The kittens - all boys, Tolstoy, Twaine, Thackeray, Tolliver, Turpin and Titan, are making progress. They are being socialised by our volunteers and are beginning to accept our affection during 'cuddle time.' They also love playing which is a great way to bond.
Raising kittens is hard work so if you have the time and patience then please get in touch with our adoptions team to discuss agopting these very deserving kittens.
Vettie was found by a good samaritan, dumped in the street and heavily pregnant. Now neutered and with her kittens happily rehomed it is finally time for Vettie to get the love and attention she deserves in a warm forever home.
This 3 year old girl is just perfect! She is active and playful and loves to be engaged in all that is going on around her. She certainly expects attention from her trusted humans - she loves ear and chin rubs the most! She will expect a cuddle every time you pass her and clearly enjoys human company, especially at night when she likes to sleep in the middle of your bed!
Vettie has been through a lot so is understandably wary of strangers and she does not like loud noises or sudden movements. As such we are looking for an adult only forever home where there is a strong daily routine. Vettie is sociable with other cats so could well be a companion to an existing cat. You must also be able to offer daytime access to the outdoors via a microchip catflap as Vettie loves her outdoor adventures!
Flossie is 11 years old and has joined us at Catcuddles after her previous owner passed away. Sadly Flossie did not receive the care she needed in her previous home and after a bout of cat flu was not properly treated she has been left with a sniffle for life. This does not cause her any trouble but may mean she needs the occasional course of antibiotics.
Flossie is a lovely cat, a very quiet, gentle soul who appears shy at first. Nevertheless she loves cuddles and will let you pick her up for a squashy hug! Once settled she will be a happy lap cat who just wants a loving home to relax in.
She would be a great companion to any adult only home. She is also a happy indoor cat.
11 year old Candy is Flossie's sister but we feel they would both do well as solo cats in their retirement.
Candy is a sweet natured, gentle girl who whilst shy to begin with with quickly learn to trust and become a great companion.
We are looking for a loving forever home, a spacious indoor property where Candy can have a great daily routine and a lot of love. She is ideal for young working professionals as she won't mind if you go to work during the day but she will be delighted to see you when you come home.
She does have a wound on her left flank which is currently requiring investigation and possible treatment.
These three boys joined us as very shy, frightened stray kittens. Our volunteers are doing great work socialising them and they are not loving their regular 'cuddle time'
Please get in touch if you are interested in raising a kitten or two - it's a rewarding experience but don't underestimate how much work is involved! You'll need plenty of time at home with the kittens and a great, secure outdoor space.
15 year old Molly is very precious indeed. She was not adequately cared for by her previous owners and was left with undiagnosed diabetes for some time. She is now on the appropriate wet diabetic food, insulin injections and vet monitoring which is working wonders on her health and mood!
Molly needs a very special person to bring her home and offer her a safe, loving retirement home. We are looking for a long term option for Molly: either a forever home, or someone who would be willing to offer her a forever foster home with full support and vet care provided by Catcuddles. We are also accepting offers of sponsorship of our gorgeous Molly, as her monthly care bill is a little higher than that of a healthy cat, but hey, nobody's perfect and she is pretty much close to it otherwise!
Molly has a delightful personality - she is very sweet and friendly and always seeks out attention as soon as we walk in her room. A gentle soul with a lot of love to give, Molly is a "cuddle connoisseur"! She is going to need a home where there is someone is happy to give her twice daily injections with her breakfast and dinner, and a whole lot of love. She is a happy indoor cat and should be a solo cat only by virtue of her diet which should not be compromised with others. To the experienced home, she can actually co-exist happily with other gentle, peace loving pets.
Please contact our adoptions team if you have any questions about Molly's needs and care. Alternatively if you can offer sponsorship for Molly to support us in keeping her in the way she deserves to, please call us or email email@example.com. Molly would love to meet you!
Reasons to Adopt a Senior Cat
1. Seniors are more likely to be housetrained.
2. Seniors are less likely to chew, scratch and destroy your possessions.
3. Seniors require less patience, time and energy.
4. Seniors spend more time napping and are happy to have you join them.
5. Seniors are generally calmer and tend to settle in quicker.
6. With seniors, what you see is what you get. They have already grown into their shape and personality.
7. You will be a providing a loving home to a cat who often gets passed by for a cute kitten or puppy.
8. Most important of all, senior pets will reward you with love, affection and devotion, day after day.
Please consider adopting one of our many senior residents because older pets need love too!
The privilege of loving a senior and the knowledge that you have given this older pet a second chance at life makes it all worth the pain of eventual separation.
From time to time, we host pedigree cats for adoption. Although they are still cats at heart, pedigrees can be more difficult to care for and have different personalities (good and bad) due to inbreeding, for example, a Persian can't be left to roam outside as they do not seem to have the same safety awareness as other cats and require a lot of daily brushing and a Bengal will need a lot of interaction and are VERY affectionate but if left unstimulated they have the potential to destroy your home!
A set adoption fee will apply for these cats, as additional precaution to adopting and selling on and as with all CAtcuddles cats, they will be microchipped and neutered.
Looks alone do not make for a good adoption criterion, so we will be homing these cats to adoptive homes who have experience or adequate knowledge of the breed or have been deemed suitable for the needs of the individual cat(s) following a home visit. We have a single approach on matching the right feline temperament to the right home regardless of pedigree; we will never home a cat based on colour or looks.