Cats Needing a Home

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.

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.

Pretty - 9yrs

Pretty wasn’t giving much away on our cattery so one of our volunteers kindly took her home to get to know her abit more.....

Pretty is an affectionate girl, who was withdrawn and shy while in the cattery, but has blossomed being in a foster home. She is a cat who needs a quiet environment with not too much fuss or noise around her.
However, she is quick to bond and is EXTREMELY chatty! She will chirrup away quite happily – especially when breakfast is being served. Pretty does love her food!
Being in foster has helped regain her zest for life and she is a playful girl, who is VERY quick with her reflexes. She can be a little head shy and is not one for too much fussing around her head. She will let you know it is not desired. For this reason we feel her ideal home is with adults only. She has been very keen to get outside but is a little nervous at first. Pretty is definitely a great companion, possibly for someone retired, who would enjoy her company – and chatty ways. She is a really lovely little character who deserves a cosy sofa of her own.

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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.


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