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Below are a selection of cats recently homed after being seen on Cat Chat.
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Guy, from KP Animal Rescue, Rochford, homed through Cat ChatGuy is a gentle giant. He has been neutered and is around 2 years old. Looking for his forever home with a loving family, would prefer to live with adults, and no other pets. We are pleased to let you know that Guy has now been rehomed through Cat Chat.

KP Animal Rescue, Rochford

Finn, from Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton, homed through Cat ChatOur precious Finn has been adopted, after being seen on Cat Chat. The lovely young couple who adopted him absolutely adore him and fell in love with him very quickly. Their beautiful resident cat took a little longer to decide that Finn could stay! Whilst there are occasional hisses still, things are greatly improved between them and it is hoped they will continue to grow closer. The couple are very caring and very responsible and it is clear that Finn is in an extremely loving home with people who dote on both of their cats. Thank you very much for all your help and support at all times, enabling us all to find great homes for so many previously unwanted or neglected cats.

Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton

Stitch, from Feline Network - Devon, homed through CatChatStitch was recently seen on CatChat and has now found a home with the lovely lady who saw him!

Feline Network - Devon, Paignton

Freddie, from Thanet Cat Club, homed through CatChatFreddie, who has been with us since December, has a lovely new home and is settling very well. He is another of our cats that was seen on Catchat. Thank you!

Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs

Linguini, from Springfield Rescue, Chelmsford, homed through Cat ChatLinguini, nine years old, very friendly, loves company. Neutered. He is deaf and has some neurological damage which doesn’t cause him any problems apart from he is slightly clumsy. He used to sleep under the duvet with his owner but sadly she is terminally ill so he needs a new home. He really misses human company. Linguini has now been homed through Cat Chat! Thank you so much.

Springfield Rescue, Chelmsford

Beckett, from 8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield, homed through Cat ChatWe were asked to take a lovely lady cat called Becky into rescue when her elderly human sadly died. It struck us when she arrived that she was a rather large and muscular lass, but she was grieving and it had been a big upheaval for her, so we kept quiet. She cried quite a bit in the night at first and we thought she had a rather deep and loud voice, but again thought nothing of it. After a few days, she was having a wash during a snuggle session, and revealed the information that she wasn't actually Becky at all! We've renamed him ‘Beckett’ and have no idea how long he'd been passing as a lady cat. Despite the gender confusion, he's been a typical soft tom cat. He loves his cuddles and comes to sit on my lap the moment I sit down in his bedroom. He purrs and snuggles until I have to move. Beckett was spotted on Cat Chat and has now been rehomed.

8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield

Tabitha & Willow, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatTabitha (left) had been fed by neighbours for sometime as her owner is staying at Her Majesty's pleasure. He will not be coming back for sometime! She has been well looked after and all the neighbours have been keeping an eye on her. She is quite a large cat, loves to give head bumps and is very affectionate. Daughter Willow (right) was very nervous when she came to us and hid for a few days. When she knew she was safe she became very affectionate. They went their separate ways in rescue, but by coincidence they were both picked on the same day, and gone to two different families, thanks to Cat Chat. Both settled so well, thanks to this site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Finn & Poppy, from Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatGood news: the gorgeous little Finn (left) and lovely Poppy (right) have both found homes after being seen on our Cat Chat homing page. They have gone separately but are both settling in. Poppy was very timid after having a bad start but her new mum is being patient with her, and little Finn is loving his new house and toys.

Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham

Molly & Leo, from Kathy's Cat Rescue, homed through CatChatMolly and Leo were living on a potato wholesaler's land. The people on the potato yard were very caring and asked for help for the cats. These two lovely cats had been going to the lady who lives there for food and did let her stroke them but are very timid with anyone else. These two lovely cats have a wonderful home together thanks to Cat Chat!

Kathy's Cat Rescue, Wirral

Cuba, from Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, homed through CatChatCuba likes to go outside. She’s fairly timid/shy with strangers but absolutely fine around those she knows. Not a lap cat but will come snuggle beside you if you have a cosy blanket on. Cuba was spotted on CatChat so thank you as always for your help.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh

Trudy, from Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, homed through CatChatTrudy has been adopted after being seen on Cat Chat. Her ex owner, who remains devoted to Trudy, is delighted with her new home and owners. Trudy's ex owner was very sad at the prospect of having to rehome her but her own health issues were no match for Trudy's needs. The fantastic couple who have adopted Trudy were amazing to chat to initially on the phone and I knew they were special. So, her ex owner can relax, knowing she is in excellent hands and her new owners love Trudy to bits as well. Thank you Cat Chat for your ongoing support and help to enable us all to find great homes for deserving cats.

Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton

Binch, Kitty, Olly & Polly, from BJ Cat Rescue, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatLovely Binch (left) is one of three feral siblings we trapped from a garden with their mum. Binch still has a way to go but with the right approach of time, patience and love he will turn into a beautiful friendly boy. Kitty (middle) is a beautiful sassy girl whose owner can no longer give her the time she needs due to work commitments. Kitty is a friendly puss who likes to wander in the garden but prefers to spend her time indoors and with company. Olly and Polly (right) have been made homeless due to the very sad loss of their doting owner. They are distraught but thankfully they have each other to help them through this difficult time. They are a shy pair, used to a quiet home, and need to build up their trust in anyone new entering their lives. All of them have now found their new fantastic homes through being seen on Cat Chat. Many many thanks.

BJ Cat Rescue, Nottingham

Neron, from Felines 1st, Crawley, homed through Cat ChatMeet Neron, an outdoor farm cat named after the handsome new male jaguar that is a recent addition to The Big Cat Sanctuary family. Neron was looking for a home on a farm or smallholding where he could have shelter and be fed daily in return for mousing duties, and he has now found the perfect home, thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat. Thank you for all of your help.

Felines 1st, Crawley

Sidney, from Thanet Cat Club, homed through CatChatWe would like to let you know that Sidney has been homed after being seen on CatChat. Thank you once again CatChat!

Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs

Bob, from Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, BoltonAdorable Bob has been adopted after being seen on Cat Chat.  The lovely couple who have adopted him fell in love with him even before meeting him and when they did meet him, it just confirmed that they wanted him in their lives.  He is currently still settling into his new home but already starting to play a little, and really loves his food.  He is such a sweet natured cat, even after being outside for at least two years.  I am so happy for him as he is in such caring and responsible hands and is already loved so much. I am so very grateful to you all at Cat Chat for the fantastic service you offer us all, thank you very much indeed.  

Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton

Carol & Tico, from Furry Tails Feline Welfare, BlackpoolCarol and Tico are mother and son. Tico is a little shy but loves to play with you and would do all day if he could! Carol loves to be stroked (and has the softest fur). Just to let you know the brilliant news that, after being featured on Cat Chat's 'Twenty for 2020' campaign, Carol & Tico went to their forever home on Saturday. The lady is lovely and is well aware of how ‘skitty’ Tico is, but she lives in a house where there are many quiet places and she has no children. After over seven years we waved them off with a little tear in our eyes but we have already had lots of pictures of them and we are sure they are going to be just fine. Thank you for your help, we really appreciate it.  It just goes to show there is a loving home for every cat.

Furry Tails Feline Welfare, Blackpool

Pearl, from Cat Action Trust 1977 - Doncaster South, homed through CatChatPearl had a really tough life before being rescued, but despite that she is affectionate, friendly, playful and just lovely. Pearl has found a new home through CatChat. Thanks

Cat Action Trust 1977 - Doncaster South, Doncaster

Patch, from Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, homed through CatChatOverlooked cat Patch has now been homed after being spotted on CatChat. It is so lovely that this senior boy has a home at last. Many thanks.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh

Olivia, from The Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary, homed through CatChatSomeone found us through CatChat and has adopted Olivia. Thank you so much for featuring her on Overlooked Cats. Fingers crossed she settles well. Thanks very much for all your help.

The Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary, Wallingford

Venus, from Paws & Claws Animal Rescue Service, homed through CatChatVenus, one of our long-stay residents, has just left us to go to her new home. A kind lady drove all the way from Hampshire to see her here in West Sussex, after having spotted her on CatChat, and decided to give her a home. As Venus is a nervous cat we are all the more delighted that she was finally chosen. Thank you so much for all your help and support. CatChat is fantastic!

Paws & Claws Animal Rescue Service, Haywards Heath

Violet, Rose and kittens, from Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatGood news: Violet and Rose (left), our two lovely nervous girls, have found a new home after being seen on Cat Chat. They are timid but want to be friendly and their new dad is prepared to give them all the time they need. We have also successfully homed our various kittens (right) after a generic kittens post on our homing page, hopefully we will now have the same success for their mum.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Poppy, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford, homed through Cat ChatThis is Poppy. Due to an allergy she needed a new home. She is a really friendly loving girl, 10 years old and is ok with other cats. Poppy has now been homed thanks to Cat Chat; she is living with a lovely couple who are over the moon with her.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford

Archie, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through CatChatArchie has been rehomed via CatChat. He was only on there for about 12 hours. Had lots of enquiries, now gone to a lovely family. Thank you so much CatChat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Marshmallow, from Bushy Tail Cat Aid, Watford, homed through Cat ChatBig puss Marshmallow had been trapped in April. Bleeding, bruised and with a broken tooth and an injured paw and tail he desperately needed help, but being feral, catching him wasn't easy. Like other ferals, he was very good with other cats and quickly became ‘one of the pack’, which helped us with socialising him. Fast forward three months, he now eats with the others and he is able to take naps belly up in the presence of humans. He has now been rehomed via Cat Chat. Thank you so much!

Bushy Tail Cat Aid, Watford

Polly, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford, homed through Cat ChatThis is lovely Polly, 3/4years old, friendly girl. She is used to living with other cats and is a very affectionate girl. She is now settled in her new home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford

Stan, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through CatChatStan is another cat we rescued from a multicat household, the owner suffering from mental health problems. Stan has been rehomed via Catchat. Thank you.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Beatrice & Coco, from Independent Cat Rescue, Manchester, homed through Cat ChatLovely girls Beatrice (left) and Coco (right) were looking for a home with enough room and love for both of them. Their owner had to give them up because of a bad allergy. They’re friendly girls looking for a home with a garden for sunbathing and exploring in. We’re really pleased to inform that Beatrice and Coco just found their forever home after three months in rescue thanks to Cat Chat! Thanks guys!

Independent Cat Rescue, Manchester

Molly, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford, homed through Cat ChatThis lovely lady is Molly, she is a beautiful tortie. Molly is around 10 years old and in need of a loving caring home; she loves a fuss and a lap to sit on. Great news: Molly has just been homed after being spotted on Cat Chat!

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford

Indie, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatPretty Indie has found herself a new home after we featured her on our Cat Chat homing page. We couldn't take her in, but she went as a direct homing from her owner who couldn't keep her, which was a bonus for her as she didn't have to sit in a pen.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Barty, from Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs, homed through Cat ChatGorgeous Barty needed an extra special home for his twilight years, as he had just been diagnosed as diabetic He is an extremely friendly boy who loves company and being fussed and enjoys the occasional play with catnip toys. We are very pleased to say Barty is now in a wonderful new home after being seen on Cat Chat. Thank you for everything you do!

Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs

Lincoln, Lindy, Loki & Lola, from Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough, homed through Cat ChatLincoln (left) is a pale tabby with white and ginger tones. Very shy, frightened to start with but once used to people comes out of himself and is loving and friendly. Lindy (middle) is a very friendly tabby and white female. Lola and Loki (right) are grey tabby and white kittens, very shy and timid to start but getting more confident. Just to let u know we have now homed all of them through Cat Chat. Many thanks.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough

Hissy & Spitty, from 8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield, homed through Cat ChatThese two little ones were born outdoors and came to us at about ten weeks old. They were both very scared to begin with but their confidence is growing, albeit at different rates. They’ve now found an excellent furever home thanks to Cat Chat. They weren't the easiest kittens to place ... the clue is in the names .... and doing it in a covid-safe way was a challenge. However they're settling really well into their new home together now and we're delighted to see the progress they're making.

8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield

BT & Sabrina, from Cat Rescue West Wales, homed through CatChatBT (left) and Sabrina (right) had been in rescue for more than two years, having become great friends when they met at the rescue. The girls would sleep and play together, and would often sweetly headbutt each other to show their affection. Thanks so much for helping to get them homed. They were spotted thanks to the Twenty For 2020 Campaign. We are so pleased for them after such a long time in rescue, finding a wonderful home together.

Cat Rescue West Wales, Whitland

Moe, from Here for Cats, Cobham, homed through Cat ChatThanks to Cat Chat we found Here For Cats and Moe. We lost our beloved Tiger Tabby to kidney disease and looking for a cat that could get on with a dog and another rescue cat, and found Moe, or Moe found us. He has settled in well and enjoying life out and about.

Kevin and Here for Cats, Cobham

Holly, from Bushy Tail Cat Aid, homed through CatChatHolly is a lovely and friendly kitty who likes human company. She isn't comfortable with other cats and she's familiar with humans being awful to her as she's watchful of the human body language. She's very grateful, patient and she has an abundance of love to offer. She has been rehomed via CatChat and we are very grateful.

Bushy Tail Cat Aid, Watford

Vinnie & Monty, from Cats Guidance Rescue, homed through CatChat'The boys' have had an extremely rough start. They were part of a family of six cats who were dumped in a park. All surviving with an inch of their lives, riddled with flea anaemia, severly dehydrated with worms and bad stomachs, trying to hunt for what little food that they could find. They were brought back to health, and were homed through you - thank you.

Cats Guidance Rescue, Wigan

Lola, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatGorgeous Lola came into care because of family issues. She is quite aloof and does not care much for other cats, she prefers her own company. We think she thinks she is to pretty and too special to mix with the riff raff ☺ Lola has just been rehomed via Cat Chat. She has been viewed by several people offering a home, so we could choose the most suited to her needs. Thank you for this wonderful service.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Marigold, from Ryedale Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough, homed through Cat ChatMarigold is a very pretty kitten who had cat flu badly after being found abandoned. She recovered well and looked forward to a loving home. She has now been rehomed thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Ryedale Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough

Penny, from Animal Concern Cumbria, Egremont, homed through Cat ChatPenny was a stray found by a member of the public in a very sorry state, suffering from malnutrition. She had been in our care for over four years, but thanks to her appearance on Cat Chat’s Twenty for 2020 campaign, Penny is now homed!! As she'd been in rescue care so long, we were cautious and so she has been on an initial 'trial period'. Today we can confirm she is staying in her new home permanently. Yay!

Animal Concern Cumbria, Egremont

Hugo, from New Beginnings Cat Rehoming, homed through CatChatHugo's new owner spotted him on CatChat. She has quite a few friends who have FIV cats so she was quite clued up. Can't tell you how grateful I am for your help. He had been with me for about 16 months.

New Beginnings Cat Rehoming, Gateshead

Foxy, from Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh, homed through Cat ChatFoxy is a two year old fluffy male. He came into the Sanctuary in a bit of a mess and had to get a good shave to remove all the matted fur. He is a loner, very territorial, and does not like the company of other cats. He loves to spend his day in the fresh air and loves being outdoors. Foxy has now been rehomed thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat!! Thanks so much, as always, for the great work you do!

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh

Sam, from Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, homed through CatChatJust to confirm that Sam has been adopted after being seen on Cat Chat. Thank you very much for all your help and support at all times.

Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton

Bertie, from Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, homed through CatChatLike so many cats, Bertie has had a very rough few years, or possibly longer. This needy boy is very loving, and he likes to come to you initially, rather than being fussed and picked up. Bertie is now in his new home after being seen on Cat Chat.

Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton

The two Maisies, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatMaisie (left) came from a multicat household, you can tell from her picture that she was petrified when she came to us. She improved whilst she was with us, but still needed a stable quiet home where she could relax and not be frightened. Old Maisie (right) was originally a stray taken in by an older lady and lived a very contented life for 11 years. Sadly her owner died, so Maisie came to live with us. Because of her age we did not think we would ever find her another home. Luck would have it, an elderly gentleman whose wife had slight dementia thought she would be great company for her, as all she wants to do is sit on the sofa beside you or lay on your bed. She proved a great hit and was very contented, at last she had a lovely home where she could just sleep most of the time and enjoy company. Maisie was with this lovely couple for 8 months. Sadly the gentleman's own health deteriorated, and his wife had to go into a care home. Although she was 12 she was extremely fit and healthy. We’re happy to report both Maisies have now been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat. Must be a lucky name! Thank you.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Boris, from Here for Cats, Cobham, homed through Cat ChatI was looking into adopting and my partner found Cat Chat. I then wrote an email and one of your volunteers suggested I email some of my local charities, which I did. Here for Cats in Cobham got in touch and that’s how I rehomed Boris. He is so settled he is now happily going out on patrol and comes when called (most of the time!). Pic is him relaxing after a ‘hard’ day! I am extremely grateful for Cat Chat.

Sharon and Here for Cats, Cobham

Mabel, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatMabel came into us about six weeks ago and was quite aggressive, she had obviously been scrounging and having to fight for her food. We rehomed her where she surprised us by settling so well. Mabel was great with the family and dog, however she did not like the resident cat. They kept her for one month, but the cats would not stop fighting! Although Mabel was only seven months old, she was the boss and kept chasing the other cat away. She was reluctantly brought back because it was not fair on the family cat to be chased out of her own home. Mabel has now found a new home via Cat Chat, she wasn’t on the site long, and her new owners are delighted with her. Great site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Faith, from Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton, homed through Cat ChatFaith is an absolute sweetheart when she is on her own and has your full attention. She will demand your attention whether you are busy or not, and especially enjoys giving you head bumps. She talks or 'yaks' a lot and is a very friendly girl, but she didn't want to share her new owner with any other animal. Faith has now been rehomed and this was as a result of being seen on Cat Chat. Thank you very much for all your help which is always very much appreciated.

Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton

Prince, from Thanet Cat Club, homed through CatChatWe have the best news that Prince, who was advertised on Cat Chat’s ‘Twenty for 2020’ campaign has been given his forever home after being at our cattery for over two years. He is settling very well, as if he’s always lived there, and adores his new humans, Helen and Peter. Thank you Cat Chat for advertising our cats!

Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs

Poppy, from Ryedale & Scarborough Cats Welfare, homed through CatChatFriendly female Poppy needed a quiet home with no other cats, as she was frightened of them. She found her perfect home through Cat Chat. Thank you.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cats Welfare, Scarborough

Poppy, from Thanet Cat Club, homed through CatChatGreat news that Thanet Cat Club have homed another cat, Poppy, with the help of Cat Chat! Thank you for all of your help.

Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs

Ellie & Charlie, from Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton, homed through Cat ChatEllie (left) is a beautiful girl, who enjoys lazing around much of the day in the utmost comfort of course. She likes being stroked and made a fuss of, especially when she is in a loving mood which is also when she will often headbutt you. Ellie's owners loved her to bits but since the arrival of a new baby, they had become increasingly aware that Ellie was not happy and was showing signs of stress. It was with great reluctance that her owners decided that Ellie needed to find another home that is more suited to her needs. Charlie (right) is adorable. He is full of energy and is extremely friendly and affectionate. He will often roll over onto his back so that his tummy can be tickled. He will often lie at your feet, just wanting to be close to you. At other times, he is highly likely to follow his carer round the house, like an adorable, doting puppy. He purrs a lot, whatever he is doing and is a really gentle, sweet natured soul who will be a wonderful friend to his owner in the future. Both cats have now been rehomed as a result of being seen on Cat Chat. Thank you very much for your invaluable help and support.

Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton

Katie, from Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough, homed through Cat ChatPretty kitten Katie is a typical playful, friendly tortie. She came from a two family litter of nine, who have all been homed. She has now been homed herself after being seen on Cat Chat.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough

Willow, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatWillow came to us because her owner died. It is such a shame the rest of the family wouldn't take her. She only has one eye, but copes very well, and is still a very pretty cat. A lovely girl deserving a lovely home. She has now been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat. Thank you so much.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Sandy, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through CatChatWe had lots of enquiries about Sandy, and have found him the perfect home after he was spotted on Cat Chat. Thank you.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Thomas, from Thanet Cat Club, homed through CatChatA very special cat to us, has settled into his wonderful new home after being spotted on our Cat Chat advert. Thank you to Nicole for offering Thomas his forever home.

Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs

Ruby, from Thanet Cat Club, homed through CatChatRuby had not been with us for very long before she was spotted on our Cat Chat page, and offered a wonderful life in the countyside! She has settled very well and we would like to thank Sylvia for choosing her.

Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs

Judy, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatJudy is a quiet girl that needs a quiet home where she can have as much attention as possible. Her owner died and she came to us. Extremely nervous until she gets to know you, she keeps herself to herself and does not bother with the other cats. Judy had been with us for quite sometime, but thanks to Cat Chat she was seen and has now been rehomed.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Isaac, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatGood news! Our delightful chap Isaac was homed two weeks after he came in, after being seen on Cat Chat. He's settled into his new home and now rules the roost.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Maisie, from Cat Action Trust 1977 - Leeds, homed through CatChatI’ve just spoken to Maisie's new owner who confirmed she spotted her on Cat Chat, so thanks again for all your help. I don’t know why we had Maisie so long as she’s such a gorgeous, friendly girl and gets on with everyone, including other cats and dogs. The lady loves her already so this will be permanent for her at last. Many thanks.

Cat Action Trust 1977, Leeds

Boris, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through CatChatBoris was left in a house when the tenants moved out. He was a little shy when he came in, but he is a lovely chap. Boris was rehomed via Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Walter & Wilma, from Independent Cat Rescue, homed through CatChatWalter (left) and Wilma (right) were found straying on an estate in Prestwich. They are related and stuck by each other the whole time they were outside. They were rehomed via catchat. Thank you so much for all your help!

Independent Cat Rescue, Manchester

Bonnie, from Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh, homed through Cat ChatSweetheart Bonnie came to us after her owners had moved away and left her behind. She was not neutered and had probably had lots of kittens in her 11 years. So, off to the vets she went to be neutered & when she was opened up, our suspicions were confirmed that Bonnie had been used as a breeding and money making machine :-( Brilliant news, Bonnie has now been rehomed after being spotted on our Cat Chat page in super fast time as she was only listed for one day!! Thanks for your help as always.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh

Quigley & Rafferty, from Small Pet & Cat Care, Hull, homed through Cat ChatShy and timid brothers Quigley & Rafferty were looking for an understanding owner with a quiet home. They belonged to an elderly lady but spent most of their time in her garden so they hadn't had much human contact. After being in care for more than 18 months, we are very pleased to tell you that they’ve gone to their FURever home together after being seen on Cat Chat’s Overlooked Cats page. Thank you very much for helping us to help them.

Small Pet & Cat Care, Hull

Honey, from Ryedale & Scarborough Cats Welfare, homed through CatChatHoney is a lovely young girl whose previous owner has now passed away. She has been rehomed via Cat Chat.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cats Welfare, Scarborough

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