Cats Needing a Home

If you think that you can give a home to one of our Happy Endings cats, then please contact us on the number below. We always have a large number of cats looking for homes, so even if we do not have any on this page that suit your circumstances, you can always call to find out about new arrivals.

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All of our cats have started their vaccinations, are microchipped, treated for fleas, wormed and, when old enough, neutered.

If you can give any of our cats a home,
PLEASE CALL 01795 530 371, or VISIT US any afternoon between 2pm and 4pm.

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Mrs Tiggywinkle

This is one of our many feral cats. They make great mousers and all they ask for in return is a daily supply of food.

Feral Cats

We are always looking for homes for adult, neutered, feral cats in rural settings such as farms or stables, smallholdings and even large gardens.

Feral cats earn their keep controlling rodents on agricultural land and stables. However, we do insist that the cats are fed the same quality and quantity of food as a pure pet.

Once these cats go to their new homes they will need to be confined to a holding pen containing beds, litter trays, food and water for 3 weeks.

This initial confinement is essential otherwise the cat would simply run away. It is the same principle as keeping a pet indoors when moving house. Once released, the cats will return for their daily feed.

Poddy- 5yrs

Sadly when he came into us he had cancer in both ears. This is quite common in cats with white ears. Unfortunately Poddy’s had been left untreated for so long that by the time he came into us both ears had to be amputated at the base. Despite this he is a happy and affectionate boy. He is on no treatment and is perfectly healthy. If you feel you could offer this boy a cosy place to sleep in your home please email.

Squeaks- 6yrs

Squeak is hoping that there is a home out there just for her.
She is a quirky girl, full of character and will make a lovely companion to someone who has no other animals.
Squeak makes no secret of the fact that she doesnt like other cats and dogs.

Jarvis- 7yrs

Jarvis has been with us a long time now. After spending along time on the cattery and sadly over looked constantly. We gave up hope and let him out to live here with us at the centre along with the many other resident cats. Although our cats have a great life the cattery team believe that Jarvis would love a home of his own. So we are going to try again. He does not show himself off to potential adoptees. We are hoping that someone will come along and see past this. Although nervous at first he grows in confidence and is an affectionate cat once he gets to know you. He just needs a little time and patience. We feel he would settle quicker in a quiet home. Jarvis lives happily with other cats. Please email if you feel you could offer either or both cats a home of their own.

Mrs Tiggywinkle - 9yrs

A beautiful older girl who is seeking a cosy sofa and some of lifes luxuries. Mrs Tiggywinkle would live happily in home with other cats and cat friendly dogs as along as her love of her own company and space is respected. Mrs Tiggywinkle is full of character and doesnt ask for much. She will come to you if she is in the mood for some affection but really isnt a cat that appreciates being fussed over. She will make a great addition to a household who apreciates a cat with some personality. Mrs Tiggywinkle truly deserves a home of her own.


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