Cats

All our adult cats are neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and treated for fleas and worms. You can opt in for four weeks free insurance from Petplan or the RSPCA. We request a minimum donation of £80 for each cat to help cover our costs.
Please note that a home visit may be required.

If you would like to adopt please complete the online Adoption Form.

You can also contact us by telephone 01908 611179  (mornings are best)

or email us at cathome@mkrspca.org.uk
 

Please note that at times we are very busy and so we may be unable to take your call or respond immediately to your enquiry.

Please leave your details and a message and we will call you back as soon as we can. We appreciate your patience.
 

This page is updated regularly but some of the cats shown may no longer be available for adoption.
 We have a large number of cats in our care and the selection below are just a few of the cats waiting for new homes.

 

Click on the pictures for more information about each cat.

Aladdin

Aladdin finds himself needing a new home as his previous owners could no longer look after him. He is a very friendly boy but he will let you know when he's not in the mood to be fussed. He needs an experienced new owner who's happy to let him do his own thing. He loves to play and he really enjoys his Dreamies so that's the way to his heart! Once he's settled in he'll be a great pet.

Simba

Simba is nearly ready to go to a new home. He's a little shell shocked right now and wondering why he finds himself homeless but he's such a sweet boy and is only 18 months old. He's come into us as his owners were moving. He could live with children aged 10 and over but needs to be an only pet.

Teddy

Teddy has come into us as his elderly owner is very unwell and unable to look after him anymore. He's 14 years old but he's in good health and he's a really friendly lad. He's had bloods run which were all normal and he's also had a dental from which he's recovered well. He needs a quiet home with no other pets where he can live out his years. Sadly older cats often get overlooked which is so sad as they deserve so much more

Adoptions Info