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Below are a selection of cats recently homed after being seen on Cat Chat.
If YOU have homed a cat with Cat Chat’s help, we'd love to know! If you have adopted a cat after seeing them on Cat Chat, or shelters who have re-homed a cat with Cat Chat's help, please email us as follows (with a photo if possible): This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and they could star on our "Roll of Honour"!


Pippie from Precious Paws Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatPippie was noticed on Cat Chat.  She is like a teddy bear not only in looks (she has no tail) but in enjoying cuddles. She loves being a lap cat and will lie on your knees with her head resting on your arm. She also likes sitting on you to watch birds through the window. She is great company for people, but not so keen on other cats. Pippie came to us as her owner said her personality had changed but that she was perfectly fit and well - however she was actually in pain and so she had to have her tail amputated! After that was done she showed what a lovely cat she really was. She'd had a tough time but now has her wonderful, forever home. Many thanks for your help as always.

Precious Paws Rescue, York


Jeff from Feline Rescue homed through Cat ChatJeff was homed to someone who found us via Cat Chat. He needed to be an indoor-only cat as he is totally deaf. He is a loving, friendly and playful. He is also a bull in a china shop, an intelligent mini-devil, with boundless energy and naughtiness. He needed a home with plenty of space to play and lots and lots of stimulation, with, ideally, access to a catio. Due his boisterousness, homing with another cat was challenging because he can't hear any verbal warnings from the other cat who may therefore get very stressed with him. He's found somewhere - thank you so much.

Feline Rescue, Luton


Poppy, rescue cat homed GreenwichPoppy announced on X (formerly Twitter) that her new humans had found out about her on Cat Chat and that she was off to her forever home! A sweet, good-natured kitty, she was looking for a calm, settled home with a back garden for her to explore safely with a microchip catflap fitted so that she could always have easy, secure access back indoors. Poppy is overweight so her adopter would need to maintain her on her weight loss food regime, and to keep her active. But she tweeted that in her new home with a garden, along with lots of cuddles, she looked forward to maybe the occasional treat.

Catcuddles Sanctuary, Greenwich



Finley from Precious Paws Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatFinley was spotted on Cat Chat and has now been adopted. Thank you so much for your help. This handsome chatty boy was seeking some love and conversation! He is super friendly and just loves cuddles. He’s a real chatterbox so will also enjoy chatting away to his human. He was just looking for someone he can sit on and fuss with.

Precious Paws Cat Rescue, York



Salt & Pepper from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society. homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know Salt (ginger) and Pepper (black) have been rehomed after being seen on Cat Chat. We wanted to keep them together as they bonded so well with each other despite coming in from different homes. It is lovely to see. They have become inseparable: wherever one is the other follows. They love to play, but would be better as indoor cats. It is amazing how some cats strike up a friendship having not come from the same litter; we don't see it often. Thank you Cat Chat for keeping this pair together.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend.


Orlando from Bushy Tail Cat Aid, homed through Cat ChatOrlando, our FIV+ older boy, has found a home after 10 months thanks to Cat Chat. This is pretty much a miracle as we thought he would have to stay at our sanctuary forever. He was spotted on Cat Chat by a couple who just lost their FIV+ boy and they promised him they will continue the legacy of helping cats like him. We all cried when we spoke on the video chat!  He is a sweet, teddy bear type of a gentle giant: 6.5 kg is a lot of kitty to love! He’s utterly adorable, agreeable and submissive. He doesn’t complain and his life goals are basically food and cuddles. He never tried to escape and after a month of recovering in our care, he felt very much at home with us. He really is amazing and his adopter is lucky to have such a sweetheart to share their life with.

Bushy Tail Cat Aid, Watford


Nya from Royston Animal Welfare, homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know: after being with us for several months, Nya has now gone to her forever home. Result!  She is friendly and loves to give head bumps to her people when she's comfortable with them. She could live with other cats, given careful introductions, and could share her home with older children, but probably not a dog. She'd spent some time living as a stray, fending for herself, so she'd love to be able to spend time outside, when she's settled in. Cat Chat has worked wonders.

Royston Animal Welfare, Barnsley


Kitty from Cat's Guidance Rescue, homed through Cat ChatKitty was rehomed after she was seen on Cat Chat. She came into the rescue after having been left living on the streets for a while. She was found initially in 2018 and looked after by a family who fed her and had given her a loving home - however they got a dog and following this she wouldn’t come into the house any more. Luckily she chose one of our fab fosterers to beg for help, and of course she was welcomed with open arms. As soon as we were able, we brought her under our care. Kitty is a lovely sweet natured girl, and she loves nothing better than to sit on your knee and have a stroke. She is independent at the same time and will quietly amuse herself around the house. Thank you so much!
Cat's Guidance Rescue, Wigan


Marnie, from Little Paws Cat Haven, Wolverhampton, homed through Cat ChatPretty Marnie was rehomed to someone who saw her on Cat Chat.  She was a much loved girlie, but her gorgeous mum passed away from cancer 18 months ago, then her lovely dad also passed away six months ago, leaving her totally traumatised and missing them so much.  She likes to have fuss when you are in bed, though any loud noises and she will still hide.  She is a very sweet girl, who with the right family will thrive and be happy again.

Little Paws Cat Haven, Wolverhampton

Mario, Luigi & Chloe

Mario, Luigi & Chloe, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford, homed through Cat ChatWe had a good weekend homing these cats, all of which were spotted on Cat Chat: Handsome boys Mario & Luigi (left & centre) are seven years old brothers who were looking for a new home together. Both boys are very friendly & chilled cats. Luigi loves fuss & is very much a lap cat whereas Mario is a little more independent.  On a nice sunny day they love nothing more than sitting in the garden watching the world go by. Beautiful Chloe (right) was seeking a new home following the recent death of her owner. Chloe is approximately four years old, a little timid initially but loving when she gets to know you.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford


Oreo from Precious Paws Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatOreo was seen on Cat Chat and is now adopted, so thank you so much for your help. He'd had a rough deal in life but he is just the sweetest boy - very shy and unsure until he gets to know a new person but once he does he is utterly adorable. Whilst he had previously lived with other cats, as he is so shy we thought that a pet-free home would be best for him, possibly with older, quiet and gentle children.

Precious Paws Cat Rescue, York


Benjy, from Mitzi's Kitty Corner, homed through Cat ChatGreat news: Benjy has a lovely new country home with a family of cat lovers. They read about him on Cat Chat. His foster mum said he is the very first puss to actually get into his carrier in anticipation. He was amongst the nicest and easiest puss she has ever fostered. We are all delighted and wish Benjy and his new loving family all the very best. Thank you.

Mitzi's Kitty Corner, Totnes


Peter & Phineas from Precious Paws Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatPeter (left) and Phineas (pair of kittens) have been adopted now and were seen on Cat Chat. They are fantastic (all round!) kittens, given the right slow and careful introductions. They had previously spent a lot of time with children, with dogs and with other cats and they needed a home together. Thank you so much for your help.

Precious Paws Cat Rescue, York


Kojo, from Precious Paws Cat Rescue, Rickmansworth, homed through Cat ChatOur little Kojo was spotted on Cat Chat and found herself a lovely new home and owners. She was very feisty when she first arrived, as you can see from her expression in the photo - this was taken day 2!  Kojo has now settled and loves any attention she can get - she loves to sit on your lap and loves food!

Precious Paws Cat Rescue, Rickmansworth

Charlie & Blue Scout

Charlie & Blue Scout, from Ryedale and Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough, homed through Cat ChatLovely kittens both now homed through Cat Chat: Charlie (left) from a loving mum, has three siblings; Blue Scout (right), gorgeous fluffy boy, playful. Thanks.

Ryedale and Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough


Charlie from Precious Paws Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatCharlie was spotted on Cat Chat. He's a sweet, sensitive soul who was in need of a special home. He did not have a good start in life, so he is shy until he gets to trust you then he is very affectionate. He really is the perfect housemate: always so pleased to see you, great company, neat and clean, and happy to entertain himself watching life outside of his window. He needed to be only pet and a housecat in a quiet adult-only home, as sudden noises and movements can panic him, but he would maybe enjoy access to a cat proof garden or catio. He has so much love to give. Thank you so much for your help.

Precious Paws Cat Rescue, York


Milo, Kate & Kim from Ann & Bill's Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatAfter they were seen on Cat Chat we have rehomed some cats. Milo (left) is a quiet and gentle young man who might take a while to settle but who likes strokes and fuss. He's gone to a young lady whose shy cat needed a friend. Sisters Kate and Kim, who too like attention once they get to know you, needed to go together and have found a home with a young family. Thanks for all you do.

Ann & Bill's Cat Rescue, Hornchurch


Cornelius & Victoria from Bushy Tail Cat Aid, homed through Cat ChatCornelius (left) and Victoria have been homed thanks to you and your wonderful charity! They were looking for an indoor home, preferably together, as they rely on the company of other felines, but no children. They needed an experienced adopter as they came to us as feral cats and are slightly skittish when initially approached. Both are now happy with belly-up cuddles and they purr their little hearts out when they interact, but all this has been earned. They will not come forward to random people with “I’m your friend” attitude, they will need time to decompress and trust their new family. Thank you for everything you do.

Bushy Tail Cat Aid, Watford


Rusty, from Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh, homed through Cat ChatNine-month old Rusty has now been rehomed after being spotted on our Cat Chat homing page. Rusty is very loving and rubs against you all the time and turns round and round looking for affection. It was difficult to get a decent photo of him as he would not stay still - lol - he just wanted petting all the time. Many thanks, as always.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh

Harry & Harvey

Harry & Harvey, from Jack’s Cat Rescue, Louth, homed through Cat ChatHarry, 2, and Harvey, 4 were rehomed through being seen on Cat Chat. Harry & Harvey found themselves in need of a new home as sadly their previous owner passed away. They are both very sweet natured, love a fuss, and love to play with their toys. Thank you for all you do to help all these cats find their forever homes. 

Jack’s Cat Rescue, Louth


Sooty from Feline Network Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatGreat news: Sooty was spotted on Cat Chat and is now king of his new home! A quiet cat, who takes his time to trust, he had not had the best life: neglected, hit with spoons, and who knows what else. We thought he'd benefit from a home with older children and maybe a secure garden, but he would be quite happy as an indoor cat.

Feline Network Cat Rescue, Paignton



Toby from Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, homed through Cat ChatPlayful Toby has now got a new home having been spotted on Cat Chat. Thanks, as always, for your help. He's a young boy - 1 year old. He's very bouncy and friendly and he's good with children but we weren't sure about dogs and no other cats, please. Full of energy, he needed a safe garden to go out into as he has a lot of energy to burn up, and would definitely not cope with being confined to the house.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh


Harris from Stour Valley Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatThis cute young chap, loving and playful, needed a new home through no fault of his own, and found one through Cat Chat.

Stour Valley Cat Rescue, Stourbridge


Misty from Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, homed through Cat ChatMisty, pretty kitten with a strong character, has been homed thanks to Cat Chat!

Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough

Ronnie & Rosie

Ronnie & Rosie, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford, homed through Cat ChatThese two beauties have been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat. They are 2 year old Ronnie (tabby male) & his sister Rosie (pure black girl).  They were seeking a new home due to a change in their owners circumstances.  Both Ronnie & Rosie are very friendly once they get to know you.  They spend most of their time indoors but do occasionally venture into the garden for a short time. 

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford


Kittens, from Ann & Bill’s Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch, homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know about our rehomed kittens that were seen on Cat Chat: Dawn & Della (left), two sweet black kittens who went to live with a lovely family. Jax, homed with a couple who had another lonely cat. Delboy and Rodney (right), who have gone to live with a lovely young family.

Ann & Bill’s Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch


Dave from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatDave, now homed thanks to Cat Chat, had a bad start with people who threw him out like rubbish. He has a lovely nature, mostly very placid, but he had been with the rescue for some time as he could be a little aggressive at times, probably because he had had to fend for himself. He has now settled into a fantastic home and has become a lovable boy.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend


Poppy from Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatThis is to let you know that our beautiful Poppy has been adopted after being seen on Cat Chat. We think she'd been left behind when her owners moved away but luckily she was taken in by a kind person and brought to us. She is such a gorgeous girl who is full of life and fun, just as young cats should be. It's early days in her new home but Poppy is already proving that she is in charge! She has a fantastic home and very caring owners who already love her to bits. Thank you Poppy for being such a joy to foster and we wish you and your lovely new owners many safe, happy and healthy years together. Lots of love to you and your very caring family. A big thank you to everybody at Cat Chat for all you do on behalf of the cats we all care for so much.

Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton


Pepper from Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, homed through Cat ChatCheeky kitten Pepper, described as "boss of the boys" by the rescue, has now found his permanent home through Cat Chat.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough

Kier & Stripe

Kier & Stripe, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know Kier and Stripe have been rehomed via Cat Chat. Both of them had been with us for some time, but thanks to Cat Chat they have both found lovely homes, not local so this site really works for us. Kier (left) was found heavily pregnant in a recycling box, hence the name Kier which is our recycling company. She is a friendly cat, still very playful. She needs a family that will love her instead of just kicking her out. Stripe (right), so called because of the stripe on his face, was born here in May. He is a lovely boy, playful but nervous until he gets used to you.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend


Tiger from Caring  Animal Rescue, homed through Cat Chat11-year-old Tiger was offered a home after being spotted on our Cat Chat page. She can be quite shy in new environments with new people, however once settled she knows how to make herself at home, spending most of the time snoozing or giving cuddles. She's spent most of her life indoors and as an only pet and it was preferable for this to continue.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford


Luna, from Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough homed through Cat ChatBeautiful Luna has been homed thanks to Cat Chat. Ten-year-old Luna just wants love, bed and food. Now she has filled out after her awful experiences as an abandoned cat, she is looking really well with a lovely coat and a nature to match. She may want to go out when settled but certainly happy to be in.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough

Ed Sheercat

Ed Sheercat, from Bart's Legacy, Rochdale, homed through Cat ChatSweet Ed Sheercat, three, has been homed via Cat Chat. The human at Bart's says he’s a green, which means he’s a proper family cat. Although FIV+, he can live with other friendly cats.

Bart's Legacy, Rochdale


Tiny & Treacle from Feline Network  Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatThese two sweet kittens, boy and girl, with their cute white bib spots, were quite nervous to start with but have now found their forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat. We were so pleased!

Feline Network Cat Rescue, Paignton


Reggie from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatReggie has been rehomed via Cat Chat. Without you he would still be here. Thank you. Having passed the kitten stage, Reggie was rejected like a discarded toy by his former owner and was handed over to a friend who wasn't in a position to give him the attention he needed. The friend contacted us, so we took him in and after a little initial bewilderment he did well. He's now gone to a lovely home where he's settled nicely.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

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