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Below are a selection of cats recently homed after being seen on Cat Chat.
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Louie & Lottie , from Cat Neutering Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire, homed through Cat ChatLouie (black and white male) and Lottie (grey female) are around nine weeks old and love playing and sleeping together. They are very nervous after their sad start in life, but in the right home, they will blossom. They need someone who is around a lot and who will give them time and love. They were spotted on Cat Chat and have now gone to their forever home.

Cat Neutering Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire

KitKat & Marble and Milo & Thomas, from Little Cottage Rescue, Luton, homed through Cat ChatMarble is a four year old tortie and white feathery-coated mum and KitKat is her two year old short coat tortie and white daughter. These girls are very shy owing to experiences in their past ownerships and do not like other cats, dogs or small children. Having been kept in a small bathroom for most of their lives, 14-month-old brothers Milo & Thomas needed a very quiet, understanding home. All four were homed just in time before lockdown via Cat Chat again.

Little Cottage Rescue, Luton

Tiny Tim, from Rotherham Rescue Rangers, homed through Cat ChatTiny Tim's home was through being seen on CatChat. We are getting some lovely homes from having cats on CatChat especially for our difficult to rehome cats. Thank you

Rotherham Rescue Rangers, Rotherham

Penny, from Anim-Mates, homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know that Penny has been rehomed after being spotted on the overlooked cats section! Thank you so much.

Anim-Mates, Sevenoaks

Toby, from Blackpool Cats in Care, Lancs, homed through Cat ChatOriental Havana house cat. No social skills except with humans. He literally needs human company or he will pull his hair out. Plays fetch like a dog. Extremely clean, very vocal. Will wait by door till you come home. Very affectionate. Thanks to Cat Chat, he has now found his forever home. Whoop!

Blackpool Cats in Care, Lancs

Lucien, from National Animal Trust, homed through Cat ChatWe are really happy to say that Lucien went off to his new home yesterday. We are also happy to say that his new family contacted us after seeing him on your overlooked cats section. Thank you so much for your help in finding Lucien his lovely new family.

National Animal Trust, Leicester

Morris, from Cramar Cat Rescue, Birmingham, homed through Cat ChatMorris you little superstar! Morris' new family were browsing Cat Chat when Morris chose them, and what an excellent choice it is. Well done Morris, and well done to your new people for recognising when they were chosen. They also said they think it's an excellent resource and found it really useful when looking for a cat. Have a wonderful happy life, you gorgeous boy. If only they could talk!

Cramar Cat Rescue, Birmingham

Pepsi & Sooty, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatPepsi (left) came to us as she was found as a stray. She is exceptionally friendly and a typical lap cat. Sooty (right) lost his way, because his original owners never got him castrated. As a result he went off to look for a lady friend but got lost, or the home he found might have been better so he stayed. Despite the lock down, they’ve both now found new homes. We have not stopped rehoming as the more we rehome the more room we have for others coming in. Pepsi and Sooty were noticed on Cat Chat. Thank you for this.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Luna, from Pawz for Thought, Sunderland, homed through Cat ChatLuna is a gorgeous young girl who ended up on the streets as a stray.  She would possibly prefer to be an only cat as we heard she had been having a tough time fending off the tom cats. She has now found herself a forever home, thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

Pawz for Thought, Sunderland

Doris, from Feline Network, Paignton, homed through Cat ChatThree-year-old Doris is a quiet but very loving and friendly little cat. She was abandoned so really appreciates home surroundings, but can take a while to know and trust you. She really cannot tolerate other cats! Doris has now been rehomed, after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Feline Network, Paignton

Connie & Levi, from Star Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatConnie (left) and Levi (right) were homed via Cat Chat. Many thanks for your continued assistance. I only use your website and my own network of previous adopter recommendations to home our Rescue Cats and kittens. Cat Chat is the best website to attract good potential adopters.

Star Cat Rescue, Market Rasen

Tigger & Digby, from Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatThis is just to let you know that Tigger (left) and Digby (right) have been adopted after being seen on Cat Chat. Thank you very much for all your help and support which is always so willingly given. I really appreciate everything you do for us.

Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton

Lexi, from Cat Action Trust 1977 - Doncaster South, homed through Cat ChatLexi is very friendly, loves to play and have cuddles. Lexi has been rehomed via CatChat.

Cat Action Trust 1977 - Doncaster South, Doncaster

Winter, from Rain Rescue, homed through Cat ChatWinter can be timid when meeting new people but once she gets to know you she will meow (especially when her food arrives) and she loves to play with her toys with you.​ Great news, Winter has now been adopted. She was adopted from a spot on your website, so thank you!

Rain Rescue, Rotherham

Izzy, from Ryedale & Scarborough Cats Welfare, homed through Cat ChatIzzy is a very pretty dark tortie cat, friendly, likes a fuss and loves company. Just to let you know we have homed Izzy via CatChat, many thanks.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cats Welfare, Scarborough

Molly is a beautiful tabby girl of about four years old. She is very gentle, friendly and affectionate. When we came across her, she was pregnant. Before we took her into our care, she was being well looked after but this was only ever a temporary arrangement and was in an outside environment. During this time, her kittens were born safely and all now have brilliant homes. Molly has now been adopted after being seen on Cat Chat.

Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton

Leo, from Burton-upon-Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe, homed through Cat ChatLeo came from a very loving home but sadly illness of a family member resulted in him coming into rescue. He has now though found his forever home in the country with a large garden to explore. Leo has also gained two friends in the family dogs. They all get on famously and curl up on the settee together in front of the fire. Leo has a wonderful temperament and we are so glad he has found the perfect home thanks to Cat Chat.

Burton-upon-Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe

Daisy, from Aylesbury Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatGreat news the beautiful Daisy, now Pika, has got her forever home after she was seen on Cat Chat again. Thanks for all you do to help us all find homes for all our rescue cats.

Aylesbury Cat Rescue, Aylesbury

Luma, from Homeless Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatLuma is a very pretty little lady but can be a little shy until she gets to know you. She acts older than she is and likes to sit next to her foster carer for a fuss. Luma has been rehomed by Homeless Cat Rescue Bedfordshire, thanks to a lady visiting your website and seeing her. Thank you for helping to rehome our cats and kittens.

Homeless Cat Rescue, Luton

Daisy, Suzie & Missy Mischief, from Little Paws Cat Haven, homed through Cat ChatDaisy (left) is very bonded with her mom Suzie (left), they are a lovely little family group. Missy Mischief (right) had to come in to us when her owner left to live in accommodation that would not allow cats. Suzie and Daisy who are on your harder to rehome cats section, have been rehomed with Missy Mischief - the new owners saw them on Cat Chat.

Little Paws Cat Haven, Wolverhampton

Bertie & Freddie, from Little Paws Cat Haven, homed through Cat ChatBertie (left) and Freddie (right) are totally bonded and love each other and everyone else - very fussy and friendly, will fit in with any family they are so happy to be with anyone. We got a home for Bertie and Freddie through Cat Chat this week.

Little Paws Cat Haven, Wolverhampton

Kitty, from Pawz for Thought, homed through Cat ChatKitty is a beautiful young girl who has had to be handed in due to a change of circumstances of her owner. Kitty is very friendly and loving and her owner says she loves cuddles. Kitty was re-homed from them seeing her on Cat Chat.

Pawz for Thought, Sunderland

Tiger Lily & Jasmine Rose, from Star Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatTiger Lily arrived with her 3 kittens in early June. It’s difficult to believe that mother and kittens were strays as they are the most loving, trusting, gentle souls. Jasmine Rose is now 9 months old. It was a contact via the Cat Chat website that found the lovely new home for Tiger Lily. Very grateful for all your help, and repeat again that all my best adopters are sourced via Cat Chat, many, many thanks.

Star Cat Rescue, Market Rasen

Tinkerbell, from Mansfield Cat Watch, homed through Cat ChatTinkerbell is a special lady. After being passed from pillar to post throughout her short life Tinkerbell is now very defensive, but does blossom into a very loving girl. Thank you so much for listing Tinkerbell, I'm pleased to say she has found her new home thanks to the Cat Chat listing.

Mansfield Cat Watch, Mansfield

Austin, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatAfter two years in rescue, Austin was homed due to Cat Chat's "Twenty for 2020" campaign. His new owners said: "He's an amazing cat, bright, fun and so loving. We both love cats and when we heard his story through Cat Chat, we knew he was the one for us. He already loves our old dog Tilley and our other cat. We are so happy.”

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Tigger, Betty & Bertie, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatLittle Tiggy (left) is a lovely friendly petite little girl. Betty (centre) is the sister to Bertie (right), very unusual to have a ginger female. Just to let you know that Tigger, Betty and Bertie have been rehomed after being seen on Cat Chat. Betty and Bertie were inseparable so were with us for some time, but with your help they have found a home together. Thank you so much.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Spooky, from Cat Rescue West Wales, homed through Cat ChatThis handsome chap's name may be Spooky but there's nothing scary about him! He can be a little shy to start with but once he's settled in he will be king of the house. Spooky was homed through being seen on Cat Chat. Thank you.

Cat Rescue West Wales, Whitland

Kittens, from Pawz for Thought, Sunderland, homed through Cat ChatWe have just rehomed a gorgeous pair of kittens, after their new owner spotted them on Cat Chat. Both are males, and both black & white. One is slightly more timid than his very confident brother, but he is easily won round with play.

Pawz for Thought, Sunderland

Bertie & Brian, from A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, homed through Cat ChatBertie (left) is a lovely, friendly boy. He was being looked after by a lady who was home a lot. She liked his company and he liked hers. Brian (right) is a lovely boy about 2 years old; he is now neutered vaccinated and chipped so has been quite busy and is very affectionate. Brian and Bertie have been homed this weekend thanks to Cat Chat.

A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone

Dallas, Maisie & Memphis, from All for The Love of Paws, homed through Cat ChatWe are really pleased to say that the following cats from "All for the Love of Paws" were all found and adopted through Cat Chat: Dallas (left) Maisie and Memphis (right). Thank you so much as always for your help and support it really is appreciated.

All for The Love of Paws, West Bromwich

Sid, from Meows Cat & Kitten Rescue, Dagenham, homed through Cat ChatSid is a 15yr old blind lap cat. He was spotted foraging for food amongst black rubbish bin bags. A very kind lady reported him to a us. He loves sitting on humans’ laps. While in our care, he became good friends with a younger cat and they used to snuggle up together, so the new owner, after spotting him on Cat Chat, adopted both Sid and his mate. Great result!

Meows Cat & Kitten Rescue, Dagenham

Bunny & Bauer, from All Animal Rescue, Southampton, homed through Cat ChatBunny (left) is a three year old domestic longhair black & white neutered female. Bunny is a beautiful cat, she is super affectionate and loves to spend time with you and follow you around while you’re doing your daily jobs. Bauer (right), also three, is Bunny’s brother. He is a laid back cuddly bear of a cat, he is a little shy until he gets to know you but after that he is a delightful little shadow. Thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat, they’ve both found their forever home.

All Animal Rescue, Southampton

Lily & Mincey, from Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatLily (left) had been on our homing page for most of last year but eventually it all worked out thanks to Cat Chat, and she's now happy in her new home. Mincey (right) found herself with us when her owner emigrated but this lovely looking girl soon got noticed and moved on!

Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham

Odora, Elsa and Poppy, from Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatThree lovely girls who were cared for by their fosterer, all found homes after being listed on our Cat Chat homing page.

Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham

Felix, Sooty & Socks, from Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatFelix (left) is a big, lovable lump who settled straight away in his new home, his new mum loves him. Sooty (centre) We thought that the rather plump, older, black Sooty would be with us a while but she caught someone's eye and off she went. Socks (right) was also homed. All three were rehomed thanks to Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham

Missy & Liza, from Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatThe year started well, we homed through Cat Chat our second longest stayers, Missy (left) and Liza (right) who were extremely nervous and were lucky to find an experienced cat owning family who was prepared to give them a chance. So far so good as they say.

Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham

Faith, Gus & Allie, from Cat Action Trust 1997 - Ayrshire, homed through Cat Chat Hi Cat Chat, I wanted to let you know that three kittens recently found fantastic homes thanks to Cat Chat. The kittens are called Faith, Gus and Allie. Little Faith (left) is one of a litter of three, born to a domestic cat who turned up at an Ayrshire Farm. Gus (centre) is the only wee boy from a litter of three I brought in from a farm along with their domestic, sweet-natured, young mother. Allie (right) is very like her sister Faith in temperament, that is to say she's a gentle and placid wee girl.

Cat Action Trust 1997 - Ayrshire, Kilmarnock

Spooky, Pumpkin & Casper, from Cats Friends, homed through Cat ChatA quick update, Spooky (left), Pumpkin (centre) and Casper's (right) homes were all thanks to Catchat. Being raised in a garden they have all well adjusted to humans and houses thanks to the patience shown by the new owners. Keep up your amazing work for all rescues.

Cats Friends, Rothwell

Mary & Tibs, from Cat Welfare Wisbech, homed through Cat ChatTibs (right) has not had the best life so far, fending for herself on an industrial estate and having at least three litters of kittens. Clearly she's had a home at some point but it must be a distant memory for her. Mary (left) is a very sweet girl of around 3-4 years old who was found as a stray and sadly never claimed. She's very people orientated - hates other cats - and likes a little bit of a groom but when she's had enough you get a bat of the paw! Mary and Tibs were spotted on Cat Chat.

Cat Welfare Wisbech, Wisbech

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