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Below are a selection of cats recently homed after being seen on Cat Chat.
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Fluffy, from The Catcuddles Sanctuary, Enfield, homed through Cat ChatHello, my name (and my coat) is Fluffy. I’m a gorgeous black and white neutered chap of about six years old, and if you haven’t already fallen in love with me then just take another look at my heart-meltingly big amber eyes! After fending for myself as a stray for a long time I was quite nervous when I came into rescue, but have now found my forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

The Catcuddles Sanctuary, Enfield

Milly & Winston from Cat Homing and Rescue (CHAR) Warrington homed through Cat ChatMilly (left) and Lemmie were 12 years old when they came into our rescue as their owner moved into a hospice. They were affectionate cats and needed someone semi-retired or retired to love them in their twilight years. They have been adopted by separate owners under the umbrella of our Golden Oldies Scheme. Winston (right) was very timid  and needed a lot of attention to gain his trust. He needed a home with an experienced cat owner who has lots of patience and time for him. We are delighted that all three cats have found homes after being spotted on Cat Chat. Thank you Cat Chat for helping to find them their forever homes.

Cat Homing and Rescue (CHAR) Warrington

Millie & Frodo, from The Ashmore Rescue for Cats, Wolverhampton, homed through Cat ChatMillie (left) and Frodo (right) are mum and son. Millie will be 14 in May and Frodo will be 13 in May. Their owner sadly passed away. Millie is very affectionate and will come to you immediately for a fuss. Frodo is a little more shy but once he knows you he is equally as loving as his mom. They have now found a quiet home together, after being spotted on Cat Chat.

The Ashmore Rescue for Cats, Wolverhampton

Buddy, Holly & Freddie, from Ann & Bill’s Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch, homed through Cat ChatWe have just rehomed siblings Buddy and Holly. Buddy (left) is short haired, very friendly and loves to play and Holly (centre) is long haired, a bit shy but is becoming more confident every day. New owner’s dog had just died, and her house seemed empty, so she decided to give a home to the two youngsters after seeing them on Cat Chat. We also rehomed Freddie (right), another playful kitten, after he was seen on Cat Chat.

Ann & Bill’s Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch

Toby, from Babs Cats, Swanley, homed through Cat ChatThis is the handsome Toby, a very loving 10 year old. He was looking for a very special home as he is blind so he needs to be an indoor cat. He has now found a forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Babs Cats, Swanley

William & Thomas, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatGood day, we are William (left) and Thomas (right); we are 9 years old and have been neutered and as you can see we are lovely looking gents with tabby & white coats. Our human got too sick to look after us and asked the shelter to find us a loving home together. We have been rescue cats before and know that being older and a pair might mean we wait a long time, but the chaps here tell us that there is a purrfect human out there for us somewhere, and maybe this is the place to find them. We have now found a purrfect new home thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Snowy & Misty, from Maesteg Animal Welfare, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatSnowy (left) originally came to us from a very rough area and had not had a very good start in life, was not very white when he arrived and was quite depressed. We found him a wonderful, forever home we thought, unfortunately it didn’t work out and we insisted he came back to us. He has now found a great new home thanks to being seen on Cat Chat. Misty (right) was a much loved pet, but her owner got into trouble and is now not with us for sometime!! As a result we were asked to find her a new home, which she now has found thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare, Bridgend

Paul from 8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield, homed through Cat ChatPaul (right) lived as a stray for quite a long time having been abandoned as he grew out of kittenhood. He was very wary of humans but over time he became more relaxed. Apart from eating, his favourite past time was lounging on the window sill in the sun. His foster carer said he was a really lovely chap who would thrive in a quiet home of his own with a garden and no small children. We are delighted to say he has now gone to his forever home. Here he is with his adoptive brother Mikey keeping an eye on him as it's his first time out. His adoptive parents saw Mikey on Cat Chat a few months ago and adopted him. Then they responded to our plea for a foster home for Paul and of course fell in love with him. So really he was rehomed through Cat Chat too.

8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield

Megan & Harry from BabsCats, Swanley, Kent, homed through Cat ChatTabby & white kittens Megan and Harry were looking for a new home together, and the good news is they will be going to their new home very soon as a result of being seen on Cat Chat. Many thanks Cat Chat!

BabsCats, Swanley, Kent

Billy, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatLong-haired young Billy came in as a stray. At first he was a little stand-offish and happy to accept fuss on his terms only; but now, well so much has changed, he has literally cleaned himself up and now looks like a fox with his bushy tail and shiny fur. He has now found his forever humans after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Flint from Crescent Cat Rescue, Tendring, homed through Cat ChatLovely boy Flint came into rescue as his owner sadly died, a friendly chap who was used to children that visited the home. He was a quiet boy who didn't present himself when viewings were taking place and was overlooked because of this. He loved a fuss although would let you know when he had had enough and played for hours chasing leaves in his pen. We so pleased to tell you that this lovely boy has now been rehomed as a result of being seen in Cat Chat's overlooked section. Many thanks for your help Cat Chat.

Crescent Cat Rescue, Tendring

Reg & Sarah, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatReg (left) is another lucky lad that seemed to be heading for a summer stay with us and then fell on his paws. Sarah's (right) sunny nature and friendly disposition ensured the first people who visited her after seeing her on Cat Chat took her instantly.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Mr Stripes, Izzy & Dot, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatBig, friendly tabby lad Mr Stripes (left) eventually found a home as a family pet and companion, he was made for the job. Having three legs didn't stop Izzy (middle) being snapped up, she didn't even manage 24 hours on our homing page. Little Dot (right) was with us a while and then had a queue wanting her, it goes that way sometimes. All three were spotted on our Cat Chat page.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Buttons & Manuel, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatButtons (left) was with us for months and we can't understand why, neither can his new mum as she says he's absolutely perfect. After a very long time in the rescue Manuel (right) has moved on and not looked back. Both cats owe their new homes to Cat Chat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Orlando & Alice, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatBig, confident and adorable Orlando (left) marched out the rescue and into his new mum's home and has never looked back, obviously she adores him but who wouldn't. Super friendly Alice (right) found a super home after being seen on Cat Chat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Kitty from Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity, homed through Cat ChatKitty came to the rescue because the other cats that she previously lived with had taken a disliking to her. She is a very affectionate, confident girl who loves being fussed. She’s long haired and will need regular brushing so that her fur doesn’t become mattered. Kitty was looking for an outdoor home with no other cats away from any busy roads, so that she could safely explore going outside once settled. Thankfully she was spotted on Cat Chat and has now gone to her happy forever home.

Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity

Dolly, from HappyCats Rescue, Bordon, homed through Cat ChatPretty Dolly is a sweet, confident, very clean girl who loves to play and has lots of energy. She enjoys being brushed and looks forward to cuddles and affection. Dolly has now found her forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

HappyCats Rescue, Bordon

Lily & Ginge from Babs Cats, Swanley, homed through Cat ChatLily and Ginge came into the shelter together and were looking for a home together. They are very friendly cats who love a fuss, and they have now been rehomed together after their new owner saw them on Cat Chat. Great news!

Lily & Ginge from Babs Cats, Swanley

Tinker & Henry, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatTinker (left) was originally Tinkerbell until he went to the vet to be neutered. He was the companion of an older lady who had just had a hip replacement. On advice from her doctor she had to give up her companion in case she fell over him. He is a chunky cat, and was very quiet at first as he coudn't understand why he had been abandoned. Henry (right) is such a character with a big heart, he came from quite rough surroundings. Despite this, he is a gentle soul that loves affection. Both Tinker and Henry have now found their forever homes thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Polo & Maxwell, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatPolo (left) came into rescue because of a family break up. He is a shy boy and needed a quiet home where he would be loved and not given up again. Maxwell (right) is a lovely boy who had been abandoned. He is an energetic, athletic looking boy, and he craves attention. His markings are stunning, making him look like a small tiger, but with the temperament of a kitten. Both Polo & Maxwell have now found their forever homes thanks to Cat Chat and hopefully will never be abandoned or surrendered to rescue again.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Kahzia, Eywa & Nehtiri from Cat Action Trust 1977 Doncaster South, rehomed through Cat ChatI found Skuggi (originally Eywa) and Pandora (Neytiri) at Cat Action Trust Doncaster South, via Cat Chat. When we collected them from their foster home in September last year we also met their mother Kahzia (left). They had been rescued from a garden when the kittens were only a few hours old. Their mother was still a kitten herself. I kept seeing pictures of Kahzia on the charity's Facebook page and by January we had decided we needed to take her as well. So we adopted Kahzia who became Agatha. They are all so loved by us all, I am so glad that we decided to take the entire family.

Sonjia, South Yorkshire

Angelina from Stokey Cats... and dogs, Hackney, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful Angelina is the sweetest cat you can imagine. She is super friendly, loving and playful. We are extremely happy to let you know that Angelina found a loving home through CatChat. It was love from the first sight and this sweet little girl settled down instantly with her new family. We couldn't be happier for her! Thank you CatChat for helping us to help cats like Angelina.

Stokey Cats... and dogs, Hackney

Larry from Stokey Cats... and dogs, Hackney, homed through Cat ChatLarry was found lying down in the middle of the pavement and taken to the vets as a matter of urgency. He was very lethargic but luckily it was nothing more serious than a very bad and deep abscess on his face. Larry's injury healed within few weeks, he recovered well and as we were not able to find his owners we opted for rehoming. Handsome, friendly Larry who has been in our foster care for almost one year, has recently been spotted on CatChat by a lovely person who instantly fell in love with him. Larry sent us this beautiful photo from his home and we couldn't be happier seeing him exploring a home he can finally call his home. Thank you CatChat!

Stokey Cats... and dogs, Hackney

Emma from National Animal Trust, Leicester, homed through Cat ChatEmma is a short-haired dilute tortie with white, a young nine years old. She is a gentle little soul, affectionate, and loves being fussed. Because of her gentle nature, Emma was looking for a quieter home and was not keen on men although hopefully she could be won round! We are delighted to say that she has now been rehomed after her new family saw her on Cat Chat. We have heard from them recently and she is settling in very well. Many thanks to Cat Chat for your help.

National Animal Trust, Leicester

Ollie, from Stopford Cat Rescue, Stockton, homed through Cat ChatEight year old Ollie is a very friendly and handsome cat. He loves company and will happily sit on your lap, sunbathe in the garden or watch football on TV! He was being bullied by a neighbour’s aggressive cat so reluctantly his previous owners have been looking for a new home for him. Thankfully, Ollie has now been rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

Stopford Cat Rescue, Stockton

Jessie from Crescent Cat Rescue, Tendring, Essex, homed through Cat ChatJessie is a very friendly lady who loves a fuss and a game. Unfortunately being black she got overlooked though she is really affectionate and loves to play. The good news is that she was seen in the Overlooked Cats section on Cat Chat and has gone to a lovely new home.

Crescent Cat Rescue, Tendring, Essex

Dingle from Aylesbury Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatDingle had a very happy home until a new baby made him ill with cystitis. His humans tried everything but he couldn't cope and had to come to us. Fortunately he got his forever home after being seen in the Overlooked Cats section of Cat Chat. His lovely new owners weren't put off by his cystitis flaring up again, they happily waited for us to get him sorted out before he went to start his new life with them.

Aylesbury Cat Rescue

Lynx, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatHandsome Lynx is a rather large tomcat. His mother was feral but he became very tame. He had been kept outside for the last two years because the child in the house was allergic. He has now been rehomed: his new owners travelled all the way from Devon to South Wales after seeing him on Cat Chat, 2 1/2 hour journey to pick him up! Thank you so much for this site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Ziggy & Mia, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatZiggy (left) was one of a pair of kittens who sadly were abandoned by their owners who left a rented property. They were found living under patio furniture in the garden and after some committed work by neighbours they were caught and came into care. Mia (right) came into us after the loss of both of her previous owners in a short space of time. We don't know a huge amount about her as there was sadly no one to tell us. Both have now been rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat. Many thanks to all.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Esme, Elspeth & Frankie, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatThanks to being seen on our page, beautiful little feral girls Esme and Elspeth (left) found their new homes. So did Frankie (right), a little long term stray. Frankie is quite independent and keeps herself to herself during the day liking her laptime later on.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Soozy, Orlando & Isla, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatSoozy (left) had been passed around three times already by owners who got bored, all before she was eight months old. She’s a lively cute little madam with a big personality. Playful, inquisitive and loving interaction, she is very vocal especially if you incur Her Ladyship's displeasure and she can get into a bit of a strop! Orlando and Isla (right) are a beautiful pair of kittens who came in as little ferals. They are inseperable and cry if they lose sight of each other! All three cats have now been rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Phoebe & Buddy, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatPhoebe (left) arrived during the dreadful snowy weather. She was a long term stray who had done very well out of the various neighbours feeding her, she came in as slightly overweight, she prefers to see it as curvy! Buddy (right), a slightly bonkers little lad who had been bought as a pet for a child with learning difficulties whose family recognised that it wasn't working out and requested we rehome him. Both have now been rehired thanks to being seen on Cat Chat. Great work as always.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Lamar & Sally, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatLamar (left) is a loving and playful little boy whose favourite thing is playtime on the sofa. Although only a young lad, his purr is so loud it can be heard in the next room! Sally (right) was one of several feral cats and kittens living in the skips at a garden centre. She is a quiet little cat who when nervous hides but also loves to get on the bed all night and have snuggles. They’ve both now been rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Teddi & Twiglet, from Burton Upon Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe, homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know that Teddi (left) and Twiglet (right) have now been homed. Twiglet has been adopted by a lovely family in a village in Lincolnshire where she has a garden and woods to explore. Teddi is living not too far from the rescue where he too has a large garden in which to enjoy new adventures. Both have been homed via Cat Chat. Best wishes.

Burton Upon Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe

Maisie, from National Animal Welfare Trust, Clacton homed through Cat ChatLovely tortie Maisie is in her more mature years now, so would be looking for a lovely quiet home where she is the only pet, as she sometimes likes her own space. She has now found that home after being spotted on Cat Chat. We‘re so happy for her and thank you so much for featuring her.

National Animal Welfare Trust, Clacton

Very friendly and affectionate black girl who likes to give headbonks and kisses, also a lapcat. Loves igloo beds! She has now found a new home thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Lina’s Cat Rescue, Derby

Teddy from Kathy's Cat Rescue, Merseyside and Cheshire homed through Cat ChatLovely Teddy was very friendly and loving and liked to snooze and potter about quietly. He found one home but didn't get on with the resident cat and had to come back. He has now fallen on his paws and gone to a wonderful home. His new owner, who found him on Cat Chat and adopted him from Kathy's Cat Rescue 5 months ago, says he is still very skittish but he's getting there.

Kathy's Cat Rescue, Merseyside and Cheshire

Jessie and Tilly from Aylesbury Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatJessie, the chunky tortie and Tilly, the nervous black and white girl were looking for a forever home together which they found after being seen on our Cat Chat page. They have an amazing home, Tilly was very timid with new people, she clung onto me or hid in the back of her cabin when they came to meet them. But they could see how she was with me, they've given her the time and space she needed to adjust. Jessie instantly loved her mum and dad, she helped her sister settle in and now they are both loving their new lives in their forever home.

Aylesbury Cat Rescue

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