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Below are a selection of cats recently homed after being seen on Cat Chat.
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Ebony & Scruff from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatEbony, Mia and Scruff have been rehomed this week via Catchat. Ebony (left) is very timid, needs lots of patience as she has suffered mental health-related abuse. She and her mum Rosie came to us for safety. Mia, who is male (!) is Rosie's son, a nervous boy who has adapted and become friendly. Scruff (right) was originally a farm cat whose owners left her behind. She is a placid, loveable cat who likes to sit on a lap. Most of our rehomings come from Cat Chat as so many cat people look at it. One person came 60 miles to visit us and take a cat because of this site, thank you Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society.

Dusty, from Yorkshire Animal Shelter, Leeds, homed through Cat ChatQuiet, gentle sweet natured Dusty was dumped on a farm along with several other cats. She has done an amazing job raising her kittens. We are delighted little Dusty has finally found her forever home after she was spotted on the Cat Chat website. She had been constantly overlooked and had been with us for 7 months so we are all very happy that she has now got the chance of a new life. Thank you so much.

Yorkshire Animal Shelter, Leeds

Kitty, from Burton-upon Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe, homed through Cat ChatSix-year-old Kitty came into rescue when her owner died. At this time she was very stressed and had started to pull out her fur. Over time she became more confident and loving and her coat once again grew thick and glossy. For several months though Kitty was overlooked until a gentleman saw her details on the Cat Chat website. Sadly his wife had recently passed away followed soon after by the loss of his dog. Having had cats in his life in the past, he decided he would like a cat as a companion and he and Kitty bonded in no time. Kitty is now living in the ideal quiet home we were looking for and is once again a happy cat living the spoilt life she deserves.

Burton-upon Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe

Little Ron & Little Ramone, from Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Birmingham, homed through Cat ChatThis lovely couple of 6 month old kittens were seen on Cramar's Cat Chat page by a lovely family, who will be just perfect for this shy pair of handsome boys. Ron (tabby & white) loves lying on his back and getting ear scratches, they both LOVE chicken, and they both think the vacuum cleaner is too noisy! Ron is the more confident with people, though Ramone (tabby) likes bossing his brother around!  Thank you.

Cramar Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Birmingham

Goldie & Betty from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatThree lovely cats have been homed thanks to Cat Chat over the last month or so. Beautiful Goldie (left) was spotted on our homing page and whisked away to a family life. Betty (right) had a long wait for her new chance in life but eventually she caught someone's eye and left us for a new start, thanks to Cat Chat. Also this weekend it was Malcolm's turn to leave us for good after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Jess & Ruby from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatThese two beauties have been homed during the last month after being seen on Cat Chat. Lovely friendly lad Jess (left), who had the misfortune of losing one owner, found a new one and luckily his wait wasn't too long. Eventually Ruby (right) caught someone's eye and moved on after a few weeks in the rescue. They both owe their new homes to Cat Chat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Walter from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatWalter, the big, bombastic boy eventually behaved himself enough to grab a home after being seen on Cat Chat. His new owner is delighted with him which goes to prove there is someone for every cat. He's not a bad lad just a bit full of himself. Thank you Cat Chat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Marbles from Royston Animal Welfare, Barnsley, homed through Cat ChatMarbles, our gorgeous tortie girl, has been rehomed due to her new family seeing her on Cat Chat. Marbles is a gorgeous little lady of approx 1 year old. She is very friendly and affectionate (even the vets said so whilst she was in for spaying!) She's not keen on other cats though as she likes all the attention herself. Thank you Cat Chat for another happy ending.

Royston Animal Welfare, Barnsley

Tyke, from Kathy's Cat Rescue, The Wirral, homed through Cat ChatLovely ginger boy Tyke was taken into care after his elderly owner died. Although he likes his home comforts, he is used to having a stroll outside. He does have that little foible whereby he can give you a little slap when he has had enough petting, but thankfully his new owners, who saw him on Cat Chat, are very experienced and aware.

Kathy's Cat Rescue, The Wirral

Cocoa from Homeless Cat Rescue, Luton, homed through Cat ChatGreat news that Cocoa has now found a home and it is thanks to Cat Chat that he is there now. Cocoa is as sweet as his name suggests. He is loving, affectionate and an all round incredible cat. He does have a flea, mite and dust allergy which causes him to over groom. He needs to be an indoor cat and care must be taken with his food, medication and his surroundings to keep him healthy. Cocoa has been an absolute pleasure to foster and is certain to bring love and joy to his new owner.

Homeless Cat Rescue, Luton

Cal, from Cat Action Trust 77, Ayrshire, homed through Cat ChatWe believe Cal had been living on the streets for a couple of years prior to coming into our care. He’s a beautiful big boy and, although his lovely long coat was matted and dirty, his foster carers have been helping him blossom into a fine looking gentleman. Cal is very affectionate and just loves attention and both giving and receiving kisses. He’s now got a new forever home thanks to Cat Chat. Thank you so much yet again for your fantastic website. We get more homes due to the site than we ever did with newspaper adverts.

Cat Action Trust 77, Ayrshire

Larnie & Topaz, from Animals in Need, Northampton, homed through Cat ChatWe found your website as we were looking for a pair of cats and spotted these 2 at Animals in Need, Northampton. Your website made it possible for us to see where cats were in the areas. Larnie and Topaz are both 5 years old and are settling well. They love the cat trees we have for them, lots of play and cuddles. This is now their forever home. Thank you for your website, we would not have found them without you. So happy we found them, they are 2 amazing cats!

Louise & Andy, Leicester and Animals in Need, Northampton

Fudge & Blackie, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatThe twins are very timid, especially Blackie (right). We picked them up from the most appalling conditions. The owner was high on drugs, the house was disgusting and it took us some time to catch them. They were absolutely petrified. Fudge has gained confidence since being with us, but Blackie still needs a lot of coaxing. They’ve now been rehomed via Cat chat. Thank you so much, most of our cats are rehomed from this site as we feel it is safe to put them on here.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Bonnie & Llewi, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful Bonnie (left) came to us as the family had a baby. We cannot understand how people can have a cat, knowing that one day they might have a child. Surely children and pets can live very well together, the child can grow up with the pet and probably have less allergies. Bonnie has done nothing wrong, only the family by not thinking so much of her to keep her. She is a quiet girl that would suit an older family where this will not happen to her again. Llewi (right) came to us because of family issues, he is a very friendly cat that loves other cats’ company. Both have now been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Toffee & Noel, from Cat Rescue West Wales, St Clears, homed through Cat ChatToffee (left) is 9 months old. She is very friendly but hasn't had the best experience with dogs or children. She has beautiful semi long haired fur. Noel (right) is a beautiful black kitten. Poor Noel was found lost and lonely in Pembroke. He is a very friendly little chap, he absolutely loves people! Both have now been homed through Cat Chat enquires. Thank you so much.

Cat Rescue West Wales, St Clears

Helga, from Margs Moggies, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, homed through Cat ChatGorgeous friendly Helga, 5, is a beautiful white/black girl with a rather marvellously fluffy black tail who loves cuddles & tummy rubs. She has now found, through Cat Chat, her perfect home where she will make a wonderful furry companion for her new lucky humans.

Margs Moggies, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire

Tia, from Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs, homed through Cat ChatGorgeous Tia is a healthy older cat who needed a loving home for her twilight years. She is quite an independent cat who enjoys lots of fuss on her own terms. She also enjoys a brush and comb through her beautiful fur, which although long, does not become knotty! Thanet Cat Club are pleased to let you know that she was spotted on Cat Chat. Thank you Cat Chat!

Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs

Hercule & Poirot, from Cramar Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Birmingham, homed through Cat ChatHercule (left) and Poirot (right) have the most beautiful affectionate natures - towards humans, and with each other and other cats. They were seen on Cramar's Cat Chat page recently, and have been happily rehomed to a lovely couple offering the perfect (quiet) environment for this cautious pair.

Cramar Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Birmingham

CD, from Life for Cats Welfare, Lincolnshire, homed through Cat ChatCD is a striking Savannah/Chausie cross female. About 4 years old, very energetic and mischievous and likes to have her own way. Fabulous news: she has now been rehomed after being seen on Cat Chat.

Life for Cats Welfare, Lincolnshire

Star, from Cats Protection Trafford, homed through Cat ChatPretty little Star is a gentle, shy, inquisitive and vocal girl who very much enjoys food, company, and looking out of the window.  She’s very interested in watching the outdoors, but doesn’t attempt to go there. The birds and squirrels fascinate her!  She loves to play either alone or with us, and enjoys strokes as well.  She’s very vocal when she wants attention!  Star has now been rehomed, the enquiry initially came through due to Cat Chat. Thank you for everything.

Cats Protection Trafford

Tipsy, from Cat and Kitten Rescue, Watford, homed through Cat ChatLovely boy Tipsy came to Cat and Kitten after being evicted from his mum's new home. The poor boy was terribly upset by all his moves and was initially quite grumpy. However very quickly and with a little persuasion he got over that in like a day! His foster mum called him 'the perfect cat'. Tipsy was rehomed via an enquiry through Cat Chat.

Cat and Kitten Rescue, Watford

Ralf from Aylesbury Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatThank you Cat Chat for making Ralf an Overlooked Cat. He was spotted on your website and managed to get himself a lovely forever home to cuddle up for the winter. Ralf is a laid back boy who loves to chat and prefers male company though he doesn't mind females too. Thanks for all your help.

Aylesbury Cat Rescue

Angel, from Burton-upon-Stather Cat Rescue, Lincolnshire, homed through Cat ChatAngel came into rescue as a pregnant stray. Only about a year old herself, she gave birth to five healthy kittens and was a lovely mummy to her babies. After a poor start in life she has now found a wonderful loving home through Cat Chat. Her new family tell us she settled with them from day one, so much so they feel she has always been a part of the family.

Burton-upon-Stather Cat Rescue, Lincolnshire

Dinky & Ivy, from Cat Rescue West Wales, Whitland, homed through Cat ChatDelightful Dinky (left) is a small very friendly girl who loves to cuddle, play and always greets you with a miaw. Ivy (right) was found living with her kittens in someone's garden. She is a very friendly little girl with a little squeaky meow. She loves a fuss and will purr and stomp when you stroke her. Both were homed through enquiries on Cat chat. Thank you so much.

Cat Rescue West Wales, Whitland

Tramp from Babs Cats, Swanley, homed through Cat ChatTramp came to us as a 4/5 year old stray. He is a lovely affectionate long haired boy who needs grooming. Good news - Tramp has found his new home, after being spotted on Cat Chat. 

Babscats, Swanley

JayJay from Anima-Mates, Sevenoaks, homed through Cat ChatWe are very pleased to tell you that Jayjay has been rehomed to Tonbridge, Kent, by a couple who saw her on the Overlooked pages of Cat Chat. Our thanks to all at Cat Chat. Jayjay is a young-at-heart 12 year old whose owner became too ill to care for her. She is a very happy cat starting her new life. Best wishes to you all.

Anima-Mates, Sevenoaks

Bea, Ella, Queenie and others, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatWe have had a tremendous homing as a result of Cat Chat: Bea (left, her owner was moving and did not want to take her), Ella (middle, also abandoned when her owners moved home), and Queenie (right, came into rescue because of her owner's ill health). Also Daisy, Llewi, Pixie, Max and Coco, and harder-to-home Hazel have been rehomed. Thank you so much for this site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Molly & Mae, from RSPCA Stort Valley, Harlow, homed through Cat ChatThese beautiful girls are 4-month old Molly and Mae, who were found in a box. Even though they are quite shy, they’ve now been homed as a result of being seen on your Overlooked Cats section. Thank you so much for helping to find a loving home for them!

RSPCA Stort Valley, Harlow

Samson, from Pet Rescue Greater Manchester, Lancashire, homed through Cat ChatSamson is a very big cat over 6kg. He is a beautifully marked marble tabby with the head of a lion. He is FIV positive and has lived rough on an allotment for many years. Samson will now be going to his new home soon. His new parents did find his details on your Overlooked section, and I'm delighted this beautiful boy now has the future he deserves. Best Whiskers!

Pet Rescue Greater Manchester, Lancashire

Ellie, Monty & Romeo, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatEllie (left) was vile in the rescue and didn't do anything to sell herself. Eventually a couple came armed with gardening gloves and gave Ellie a chance, she came out of the basket a reformed character and was soon purring on the sofa. She didn't like the pen and rescue and once in a house was on her best behaviour. Monty (middle) was overlooked time and time again, his new owner says it's a lot of people's losses as he's absolutely gorgeous. Romeo (right) spent too long with us but eventually moved on. All thanks to Cat Chat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Amber, Apricot, Casper & others, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatDue to being seen on Cat Chat, two timid long-termers Amber and Apricot (left) have found an outdoor home to suit their needs, they are now living in alfresco luxury. We were beginning to wonder if Casper (right) would ever find somewhere but after months of being in the pen he found a new family in time to cuddle up for the winter. Also rehomed thanks to Cat Chat were Lulu, Nigel, Little Felix, Molly and Alice.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Princess & Tobias from Maesteg Animal Welfare SocietyBeautiful Blue Tortoiseshell Princess (left) came to Maesteg for safety as her owner suffered from mental health problems and she was in the middle of a lot of disruption. She was extremely nervous. Tobias's owner died but he may think he was abandoned. He can be a bit nervous but a bowl of food does the trick! Thankfully they were both seen on Cat Chat and have now gone to their forever homes. Thank you Cat Chat for assisting us in rehoming these cats.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society

Magic from BabsCats, Swanley, homed through Cat ChatLittle black Magic came to the shelter through no fault of her own and desperately needed to find a loving home. She is 2 years old, super friendly and has been neutered. She was spotted on Cat Chat and is now going to a loving forever home all of her own. Thanks Cat Chat!

BabsCats, Swanley

Theo & Sol, from Nuneaton & Hinckley Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatOur big beautiful boy Theo’s (left) family became very suddenly homeless and he came into us at very short notice. He was completely bewildered by the sudden change and spent the first four days hiding under his bed. He has now found his new home after being seen on Cat Chat, as did Sol (right), our lovely gentle boy who spent so long living by himself after the death of his owner. He’s also been rehomed after been spotted on Cat Chat. Both of them are now much loved in their new homes.

Nuneaton & Hinckley Cats in Need, Hinckley

Charlotte, Whisky & Peanut, from Nuneaton & Hinckley Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatA big thank you due! Charlotte (left), a lovely little girl who came in to our care after being dumped in a garden with her kittens, found a new home after being seen on our Cat Chat page. Whisky and Peanut (right), a pair of ginger boys dumped by the side of a busy A road who had to be trapped as they were so terrified, have now found their new home where they are the centre of their new owner's world. Many thanks.

Nuneaton & Hinckley Cats in Need, Hinckley

Kenco, from Nuneaton & Hinckley Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatKenco came into our care as a stray and very pregnant ! She loves people and likes everybody but the postman, it is still a mystery as to why. She is an eating machine and would raid worktops, tables and wherever she could grab something. But having had four hungry mouths to feed for weeks, we'll forgive her. She is not much of a lap cat at the monent as she still feels the need to be keeping an eye on her very naughty kittens, but she likes a pick up cuddle and tummy rub. Only really being a bit of a baby herself and having had to fend for herself for much of the time she has not had too much of a chance to relax so far. Kenco and her babies all found their forever homes having been seen on our Cat Chat page. Huge thanks to all.

Nuneaton & Hinckley Cats in Need, Hinckley

Davy & Dillon, from Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough, homed through Cat ChatLovely little brothers Davy (left) and Dillon (right) are quiet little kittens but love to play. They have lovely colourings and are friendly and outgoing like all their siblings. They’ve now been homed thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough

Waffle & Peaches, from Wonky Pets Rescue, Northampton, homed through Cat ChatWaffle (left) and Peaches (right) are 13 week old kittens who came to us along with 10 other cats all from the same home, sadly all unneutered and had been allowed just to keep breeding. Whilst their living conditions hadn’t been great, they are absolutely healthy and well fed and have been doing great since being with us. They are a little shy at first until they get to know you but once bonded they love a fuss and are very sweet kittens who will blossom into super young cats once in a loving family home. They’ve now been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Wonky Pets Rescue, Northampton

Matilda & Maisie, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatMatilda (left) has not had a good start in life. She had 6 kittens in a shed which did not belong to her owner, as a result she was scooted out and her kittens were about to be drowned. Someone intercepted these kittens and we bottle fed them until they were old enough to be rehomed. An advert was then put onto FB with this little cat on it as a kind person was feeding her. She was recognised as the mother of the kittens we had so we took her in. At this point we got her spayed straight away to find she was in the early stages of pregnancy again. She is a beautiful cat, very friendly and quite petite. Maisie (right) was found in a layby. We don't know whether she was dumped, wandered and lost her way or just left behind. Maisie is a tiny cat, she is so small we thought she was only about 6 months old, until we found her details on a chip. Both have now been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Ginge & Buster, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatPoor Ginge (left) belonged to someone who could not bother to look after him. He is a lovely boy, very friendly and deserved better. His ex-owner never let him inside the house, but never gave him a shelter either. Buster (right) is such a lovely boy, unfortunately his mum died and he did not realise why he had been put into rescue. Both have now been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Midnight’s kittens & Sieffer, from Ren’s Rescue, Hull, homed through Cat ChatMidnight's three kittens (left) were found on the engine block of a van as it was being driven away. Luckily the driver heard them meow! Poor Sieffer (right) has been through a very hard time. He's spent his entire life with the same family ,and with another cat called Aries. His family were forced to give up both cats and asked Ren's Rescue to take them in. They proved to be very affectionate, quiet, gentle cats, who loved to curl up next to each other. Sadly Aries died and so Sieffer has lost everyone he's known all his life. Thankfully they’ve all found new homes thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

Ren’s Rescue, Hull

Amy, Tia & Ginger, from Mitzi’s Corner, Totnes, homed through Cat ChatWe are so grateful to Cat Chat for enabling us to find excellent homes for two of our overlooked cats. Amy (left) was with us for about 5 months, Tia (middle) for about 11 months. And very quickly we found the perfect home for darling stray Ginger (right). Both of our overlooked pusscats found really special people - love at first sight - and we feel that the wait was worth it. We get regular updates, pics and news from their new homes and they are spoilt rotten!!.

Mitzi’s Corner, Totnes

Dennis, from Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough, homed through Cat ChatLovely blue eyed, white with dark grey back, tail and head, playful and loving Dennis has now found his forever home with a lovely family. Many thanks for doing a wonderful job for the shelters!

Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough

 

Tom from Small Pet and Cat Care, Hull, homed through Cat ChatAfter Tom's owner moved and left him behind, he lived on the streets for a few years which took its toll on him. He had a bad abcess wound which required two operations and he came to Small Pet and Cat Care when he recovered. He also has FeLV and was looking for a home with an understanding and patient owner who would help him to trust humans again. We are glad to say he was spotted on Cat Chat by a lovely young man and now has his furever home.

Small Pet and Cat Care, Hull

Marley from Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, homed through Cat Chat14 month old Marley's owner could no longer look after him so he was brought to Whinnybank for rehoming. He is a sweet boy who was looking for a forever home without any other cats because he doesn't like them. The good news is that he has been homed after being spotted on our Cat Chat page. Many thanks to Cat Chat for their help as always!

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary

Rosie, Sadie & Tina, from Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough, homed through Cat ChatRosie (left) is a lovely older kitten, already a very young mum but her kittens died. Sadie (middle) is a nervous young cat but once she is used to you loves a fuss. Tina (right) is a pretty ginger girl from a litter of four, she is such a friendly young puss! All three have now been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough

Miss Lemon, from NAWT Tameside, Manchester, homed through Cat ChatMiss Lemon is a beautiful smokey grey and white 5yr old. Sadly her owner had to go into a nursing home and poor Miss Lemon was obviously missing her very much and finding the changes in her life hard to deal with. Now, this lovely girl has finally been rehomed... "Hi Cat Chat, we owe you a massive big thank you. After 18 months of inquiries we have found just the right lady for Miss Lemon; she lives alone, with no children, no other pets and not on a main road. When our fosterer took Miss Lemon to her new home she couldn't believe how well the cat reacted; fussing rolling over etc. We've had photos back and a glowing report. All thanks to you."

NAWT Tameside, Manchester

Lola from BabsCats, Swanley, homed through Cat ChatLola is 4 and came to us with another cat when their owner sadly had to go into a nursing home. She is a friendly, loving cat, good with other cats and children. A lovely couple spotted her on Cat Chat and she has been homed. Many thanks Cat Chat.

BabsCats, Swanley

 

Miss Hissy from Ryedale & Scarborough Cats Welfare, North Yorkshire, homed through Cat ChatThis pretty dark tortie kitten, with lovely markings (takes after her mum), was also known as ‘Miss Hissy’ (or ‘Kitten 3’). She has now been Homed via Cat Chat.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cats Welfare, North Yorkshire

Tia & Amy from Cool Cats at Mitzi's Kitty Corner, TotnesTia (left) and Amy (right) were overlooked for a long time. Tia was a much-loved family pet who found it hard to cope with an energetic child. Amy was very affectionate and companionable and liked a lot of fuss. Willow was a very affectionate sweet-natured girl looking for a quiet adult home. All three found fabulous new homes in the same week via Cat Chat and we are very, very grateful!

Cool Cats at Mitzi's Kitty Corner, Totnes

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