Adopt a Cat
Adopt a Cat
The animals available for adoption are always changing and we try to keep our website up to date but it is advisable to contact the shelter to see if an animal has found a home, or if there are any new animals for adoption.
Age: 1 year old
Breeds: Domestic Shorthair
Colour: Black and White
Friendly but can be shy.
Summary:Missy would prefer a quiet home with no children.
Names: Reggie and Ronnie
Ages: 18 months old approximately
Breeds:Domestic Shorthair Black and White
Friendly: Yes, Reggie can be a little nervous at times.
Summary: Reggie and Ronnie came in to us having been strays for some time. We believe due to how similar they look that they are brothers and they need to be rehomed together as they are best friends. They would happily live with another cats (or cats).
Reggie and Ronnie cannot be rehomed to the Swaythling area of Southampton.
Name: Inca and April
Age: Inca – approx 2 years, April – 5-6months
Summary: Inca and April are a mother and daughter pair looking for a new home together. They could live with children 10 years plus but would prefer to be the only cats in their new home as Inca (the mum) can be a little over protective at times.
Age: 8 years
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Summary: Kizzi must be the only cat, she can live with children 10 years +
Not to be rehomed in the Hedge End area
Age: 12 years old
Colour:Tabby and White
Friendly: Yes, Kicia is very friendly.
Summary: Kicia is a very affectionate girl who would love a home of her own. She would prefer a home without children as she is a little nervous of them.
Age: 3 years
Breed: Domestic short hair
Summary: Mia needs a home where she can go outside but in a quiet area as she is not used to roads (previously an indoor cat). She can live with children 10 + years.
*** Looking for a foster home ***
Name: Willow and Pepper
Age: Willow – 16 years old, Pepper – 5 years approximately
Breed: Willow – Domestic Shorthair, Pepper – Domestic Longhair
Colours: Willow – Tabby, Pepper – Tabby and white
Good with other cats? Yes
Good with dogs? No
Good with children? No
Summary: Willow and Pepper are looking for and understanding, patient foster home who will let them have their own space and work with them at their pace.
Willow came to us after her owner sadly passed away, she was taken on by a relative but they were unfortunately unable to keep her. She has had an awful lot of upheaval in her later years and unfortunately hasn’t coped well since coming into us. We believe her previous home was probably quite quiet and she lived with her owner for 15 years before she came to us. As such she has become very nervous and withdrawn, so is in need of a foster home as we do not want her to spend her last days in a cattery pen.
Pepper came in to our care from a local vets after being hit by a car on a rural road. She was very matted when she came in to us and we were informed that she was believed to be one of several semi feral cats who had been living out of bins at a pub very close to where she was found. Fortunately she didn’t sustain any serious injuries and was just rather bruised and dazed when she arrived with us. Being semi feral she is very nervous but has improved greatly since being with us.
Willow and Pepper were sharing an outside area in our cattery and seem to of bonded well. We would love for them to find a foster home together with who someone has the time to gain their trust.
Age: 6 years
Breed: Domestic shorthair
Friendly: Yes, but takes time to get to know new people.
Leo is a misunderstood boy who is desperate for a forever home, having been with us for over a year now. He is definitely a character and will always let you know what he does and doesn’t like! Leo can be a little feisty at times, particularly when he doesn’t get his own way. We believe this may be due to frustration though as he loves going out and exploring so is probably not very happy cooped up in a cattery pen. He does have access to an outside run, which he likes to spend alot of time in, particularly when the weather’s nice so a home where he can go outside is a must. He can be very affectionate and other times is very playful and inquisitive. He also loves to sleep wrapped up in the blankets in his bed, quite often with the tip of his tail poking out being the only clue as to where he is.
He ideally needs a home with an experienced cat owner who will love him for his slightly quirky character.