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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"!

Bob, Richie & Julian

Bob, Richie & Julian, from Bushy Tail Cat Aid, Watford, homed through Cat ChatThese three cats were all homed thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat. Bob (left) was a young pure black cat, very easy going with other cats; friendly and cuddly. Richie (middle) was a middle aged smokey grey Maine Coon type, who came into our care as his family was unable to find pet frindly accomodation. He was previously owned by someone who left him behind, and his carers wanted to ensure this wasn’t going to be repeated. Julian (right) was an unneutered stray who started fighting with owned pets. A perfectly natural situation for a cat to establish and defend his territory. But when he got injured and a resident's cat ended up at the vet with a fight abscess, it was time for Julian to move on.

Bushy Tail Cat Aid, Watford

Hewey & Dewey, and more…

Hewey & Dewey, from Bushy Tail Cat Aid, Watford, homed through Cat ChatHewey (left) and Dewey (right) have been homed after being spotted on Cat Chat. They were born to a feral mummy. The family was lucky to be given shelter by kind people. There have been so many others, and Cat Chat truly has been great and very, very helpful. I think easily half of our cats have found their homes through you. Thank you so much for this!

Bushy Tail Cat Aid, Watford

Cody, Iris, Omanji & More

Cody, Mikie, Lola, Iris, Rupert & Omanji, from Little Paws Cat Haven, Wolverhampton, homed through CatChatCody (centre), Little Mikie, Lola, Omanji (left), Rupert and Iris (right) and a number of others were Cat Chat rehomes. We get all the best homes from your site. Thank you for your help.

Little Paws Cat Haven, Wolverhampton


Tammy, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford, homed through CatChatTammy has been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat. She is a really friendly, stunning fluffy tabby.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford


Widdy, from The Scratching Post Cat Rescue, Waltham Abbey, homed through CatChatWe adopted Widdy from The Scratching Post Cat Rescue, Waltham Abbey after our virtual home check. He is simply wonderful. We had two cats, brother and sister but the brother cat died suddenly. It broke our hearts and the pain was agonising. I could not stop crying. Widdy was placed into the rescue as his owner died. She was the biggest supporter of The Scratching Post and had dedicated her life to saving cats. She was an amazing lady and I am so proud to be the new guardian of her special cat. He is mending our broken hearts. He will become a therapy cat very soon. He is simply wonderful.

Denise, Waltham Abbey

Luka & Leo

Luka & Leo, from  Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh, homed through Cat ChatLuka (left) & Leo (right) have found homes after being spotted on Cat Chat. They were brothers who came into the Sanctuary after being found on a local farm, only six weeks old. Initially they were very hissy kittens and we had been working on taming them up - progress was slow but sure. Thanks, as always, for your help.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh

Millie & Nigel

Millie & Nigel, from Ryedale and Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough, homed through Cat ChatFull of fun little ones; Millie (left) and Nigel (right), have both been homed through Cat Chat.

Ryedale and Scarborough Cat Welfare, Scarborough


Rosie, from Anim-Mates, Sevenoaks, homed through Cat ChatRosie was rehomed via Cat Chat. She was an incredibly gentle, affectionate and sweet-natured cat who loved to interact with people and could be quite chatty and playful at times, despite being a senior kittizen.

Anim-Mates, Sevenoaks

Tilly & Luna

Tilly & Luna, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford, homed through CatChatTilly (left) and Luna (right) have been homed, they were seen on CatChat. Tilly is a loveable little girl; so cute and friendly and Luna is a beautiful friendly little girl who loves cuddles.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford

Caramel & Dolly

Caramel & Dolly, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through CatChatCaramel (left) and Dolly (right) have been rehomed having been seen on CatChat. The new owners for Caramel drove an hour and a half to come to collect her. This site is amazing.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Jessie, Mirabel, Phoebe and more…

Jessie, Mirabel, Phoebe and more… , from BBJ Cat Rescue (working with North Notts Cat Rescue, NottinghamThis gorgeous trio, as well as another eight lovely cats, have been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat. Jessie (left) was a kitten bought on a whim and then discarded onto the streets. Despite this, Jessie was the most beautiful friendly lap cat you could wish for. Mirabel (middle) was handed in by her owners as no longer wanted. We cannot understand how people can discard their pets without a second thought. Beautiful Phoebe (right) was obviously someone's loved pet until they became bored. Thrown out into the streets, Phoebe soon became pregnant and produced two beautiful babies who have since been homed.

BJ Cat Rescue (working with North Notts Cat Rescue), Nottingham

Star, Ginge, Alex & More

Alex, Dodger, Edith, Ginge, Missy & Star, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through CatChatWe have rehomed Star (left), Missy, Ginge (centre), Edith, Alex (right) and Dodger via CatChat. Things went very quiet but since updating our CatChat we have had a bumper rehoming. Thank you CatChat, we couldn’t have done it without you.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend


Percy, from Helping Pets North-East, Newcastle, homed through Cat ChatWe homed Percy (black cat now named Cosmo) via Cat Chat, I thought you may like to see a photo of him with Mad Eddie who was the resident cat. I think that he is happy in his new home. Thank you.

Garry and Helping Pets North-East, Newcastle


Sox, from Lulubells Rescue, Enfield, homed through CatChatI found Sox on CatChat back in June 2021, and he joined the family at the end of July. Sox and his brother were found living outside when their old owners had moved away and they were fending for themselves alongside neighbours who helped feed them occasionally. Lulubells Rescue rescued them in January and placed them with an amazing fosterer. Unfortunately, Sox's brother passed away from cancer in May, leaving him alone and in need of a cat companion. I was looking for a companion cat for my girl, whose adopted brother also passed away in May. I was struggling to find a single, older, cat that could be with another cat - so hit the jackpot when i found Sox on CatChat. After a very slow introductory period, the two of them are now getting on well together and gradually getting closer each day. As you can see, he is also enjoying the garden. Thank you to Lulubells Rescue, Enfield for rescuing him.

Jo, St Albans

Evie, Kurt, Freddie & More

Evie, Kurt, Freddie & Millie, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford, homed through CatChatEvie (left), an overlooked cat, has been rehomed. So were Freddie and Millie (centre) and Kurt (right), all were spotted thanks to our CatChat homing page.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford


Archie, from Mitzi's Kitty Corner, Totnes, homed through CatChatThis much-loved gentle and affectionate boy was homed through CatChat! Thank you.

Mitzi's Kitty Corner, Totnes


Monroe, from Four Paws Cat Rescue, Oxford, homed through CatChatBrilliant news! Monroe has been rehomed after being spotted on the Harder to Home page on CatChat! Thank you for your help.

Four Paws Cat Rescue, Oxford


Toby, from Bart's Legacy Cat Sanctuary, Rochdale, homed through CatChatWe have our first CatChat rehoming! Toby is a sweet natured, loving young man and is now in his new home thanks to CatChat.

Bart's Legacy Cat Sanctuary, Rochdale


Rolly, from All Animal Rescue, Southampton, homed through CatChatThanks to CatChat, Rolly was rehomed. Rolly came in to the rescue as a stray in a very poor matted and emaciated state. After a lot of investigation work we found out that his owners had moved away and left him behind 7 years ago when he was just two years old! For 7 years Rolly lived the life of a semi feral male cat, fighting for food and the ladies. He managed to find many homes that would feed him, however this was good and bad, as many of them (thinking they were helping) would flea treat and worm him, this meant the poor boy was massively overdosed for over 7 years! When he arrived at the rescue he was in a lot of pain, his coat was extremely matted, his organs hurt from the overdosing and his mouth was badly in need of a good dental. With a lot of TLC from the rescue Rolly has now been given a clean bill of health by the vets and with all the TLC he has remembered what it is like to a be a loved, owned cat.

All Animal Rescue, Southampton


Mini, from All Animal Rescue, Southampton, homed through CatChatThanks to CatChat, Mini has been rehomed. Mini was found in a mini shortly after giving birth, she was skinny and full of fleas and worms. Despite our best efforts no owner could be found so she was brought in to the rescue for rehabilitation. Mini is a shy cat who wears her heart on her sleeve.

All Animal Rescue, Southampton

Luca & Leena

Luca & Leena, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford, homed through CatChatThe long haired kittens, Luca (left) & Leena (right), were homed at long last, thanks to CatChat.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford


Rupert, from Yorkshire Cat Rescue, Keighley, homed through CatChatWe saw Rupert on CatChat and adopted him through Yorkshire Cat Rescue. He's made himself at home and loves to sunbathe or settle down in front of the fire. He's such a lovely character, very loud! He sits on the back of my chair and taps me on the head when he wants food or a fuss! Thanks for sharing Rupert on your site.

Cath, Keighley


Lucky, from Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs, homed through CatChatJust to let you know that Lucky was finally offered a home after being seen on CatChat! He is settling very well and has made himself right at home. Thank you.

Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs

Letitia, Patch, Sue & More

Sue, Max, Letitia & Patch, from Orphan Annie's Cat Rescue, Basildon, homed through CatChatLetitia, Patch (right), Sue (left) and Max (centre) were all homed through Cat Chat. Poor Patch had been living rough for over a year! Thank you.

Orphan Annie's Cat Rescue, Basildon


Churchill, from Lulubells Rescue, Enfield, homed through Cat ChatChurchill was rehomed through Cat Chat. We are absolutely thrilled that this has happened, and all down to Cat Chat !!! Eight-year-old Churchill had been living on the streets for many years until he came in to the rescue, battle scarred and in pain - he was found to have a hernia and twisted bowel.

Lulubells Rescue, Enfield

Choccie & Bramley

Choccie & Bramley, from Cat Action Trust 1977 - Leeds, Leeds, homed through CatChatI am pleased to say that Choccie and Bramley have been rehomed through CatChat, so thank you very much for your help. We’ve had them over 2 years so it’s lovely to know they’re going to a new home where they’re going to get spoilt rotten.

Cat Action Trust 1977 - Leeds, Leeds


Crystal, from Bengal Cat Association, Birmingham, homed through CatChatThrough the Bengal Association and CatChat we have successfully rehomed Crystal. She is happy and settled in her new home. Thank you for all your help, it is much appreciated.

Bengal Cat Association, Birmingham


Benny, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford, homed through CatChatBenny, an 11 week old kitten and a friendly boy, was homed through CatChat.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford

Gingy & Sian

Gingy & Sian, from  Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know that Gingy and Sian have been rehomed via Cat Chat, two lucky moggies found on your site, thank you. Poor old Gingy (left) came in after his owner could not look after him anymore. After spending 10 years with a friend, it was hard to see him in a cage. Sian (right) came in with another cat, she came into us because of a family break up. She was a lovely cat that needed lots of TLC.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Hazel & Ollie

Hazel & Ollie, from Feline Network Cat Rescue, Paignton, homed through Cat ChatGreat news, both Hazel and Ollie were recently rehomed due to their info on Cat Chat, so many thanks again! Hazel (left) was just over a year old and had recently had her first litter of 3 kittens. Hazel was extremely loving and would let you stroke her and give head rubs until the cows came home. Twelve-year old Oliver (Ollie) (right) was a handsome, black and white shorthair with a gorgeous glossy and silky coat. He was shy at first but gentle and friendly and would give you a little kiss when he trusted you.

Feline Network Cat Rescue, Paignton

Ely & Smudge

Eli & Smudge, from Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity, Yorkshire, homed through Cat ChatGreat news about Ely and Smudge, they’ve been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat! Ely (left) & Smudge (right) were adorable brother and sister. Sadly they were needing a home due to their owners moving. Ely only had 3 legs, however this didn’t cause him any problems. He was a very affectionate boy and loved human attention. Smudge was a little more nervous but soon came round for a fuss.

Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity, Yorkshire

Todd, Peter & Simon

Todd, Peter & Simon, from BJ Cat Rescue, Nottingham, homed through CatChatTodd, Peter and Simon have all been homed through Cat Chat. Thank you. Todd had been living on the streets for quite some time until a kind lady took control and bought him a shelter and food. As the lady could not keep him she contacted the rescue to take him in. Simon was living on the streets with his buddy Peter. As Simon was limping we decided to sort him out first as at least Peter was fed and happy.

BJ Cat Rescue, Nottingham

Donna & Zelda

Donna & Zelda, from Rescue Kitties, Manchester, homed through CatChatThank you for adding Donna and Zelda to your overlooked cats section, I can confirm they have been rehomed via CatChat. Donna and Zelda are an RK feel good story. Long term residents of a colony, ill and terrified of humans. They have come so far and blossomed into lovely, healthy cats. 

Rescue Kitties, Manchester


Lola, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford, homed through CatChatLola was rehomed via CatChat. She is 7 months old and is a beautiful young lass.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford


Barney, from Rotherham Rescue Rangers, Rotherham, homed through CatChatBarney has found his forever home through CatChat, his new owner needed quite a bit of support, but it was worth it as he's a totally different cat. I do wish more people would give these timid ones a chance as the transformation they make is wonderful to see. We have found the best homes ever for our cats through your page.

Rotherham Rescue Rangers, Rotherham

Rajah & Pablo

Rajah & Pablo, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, homed through CatChatRajah (left) and Pablo (right) have found new starts in life after being spotted on CatChat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham


Bob, from Bushy Tail Cat Aid, homed through CatChatBob, our long stay black cat, has found his forever home thanks to being spotted on CatChat! He's gained a very important role as an advisor to the clinical psychologist, and he's actively taking part in therapy sessions with her clients. Thank you, as always, for being instrumental in finding a good home for our cats.

Bushy Tail Cat Aid, Watford

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