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Adorable felines hoping to meet you this CLAWgust

Meet some of our furry feline residents below, who are hoping to find themselves a loving new home this Clawgust.


Say hello to handsome and confident Mo from the Berkshire centre. This young boy has a playful side to him, but also enjoys his peace and quiet with plenty of naps.

He is also a bit of a wanderer, so access to the great outdoors with lots of room to explore is very important.



Beautiful Tabitha is an older girl looking for a home at the Bedfordshire centre. She is a super confident and friendly lady, who loves fuss and attention and will come over for cuddles as soon as you enter her pen.

She would ideally like a new home with access to outdoors, so that she can roll around in the sun and play with toys!



Maggie arrived at the Cornwall centre in July. She is a very sweet and affectionate young girl, the more fuss you give her, the happier she gets! She is only 1 year old, so it's possible she could adjust to living with other pets and sensible children.



Tommy is a spritely 11 year old at the Clacton centre. Once he gets to know you, he likes nothing more than a lot of fuss and a lap cuddle!

He might be more mature, but he is still a clever cookie and likes to keep active. The animal care team keep his brain ticking over by using interactive feeders, which he has already mastered!



At the Hertfordshire centre is a beautiful 4 year old girl named Super. She is a friendly little lady with a big personality. She likes to be around people and loves being made a fuss of.

She loves her food and treats are good way to her heart. She likes to play as well, chasing the fishing rod toy around is her favourite game!


If you would like to find out more about any of the cats we have available for rehoming, please visit the rehoming section of our website or call your local centre.

Alternatively, if this is not the right time for you to rehome a cat, you can always buy a purrfect gift from our Amazon Wish List for the cats still waiting for their forever homes. Find out more here.

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