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Below are a selection of cats recently homed after being seen on Cat Chat.
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Snowball from Anim-Mates, homed through Cat ChatWe do have a very happy ending for Snowball to announce - although she was initially taken in as a long term foster cat (when major health issues seemed present which have since cleared up), her fosterers have since decided to formally adopt Snowball! They did spot her on your fabulous "Overlooked Cats" section as they wanted to give an older, hard to rehome cat, a loving home.

Anim-Mates, Kent

Eric from Caring Animal Rescue, homed through Cat ChatVery very good news, found Eric a forever home thanks again to Catchat. Catchat has helped me home many cats over many years and I really appreciate what you all do to help rehome rescue cats. All I can say to you is how I appreciate your help taking cats on and off for me, I couldn't do it without you.

Caring Animal Rescue, Staffordshire

Shy Marguerite Sisters, from Life for Cats Welfare, Lincolnshire, homed through Cat ChatThese sisters are 18 month old very pretty Snow Marguerite x Bengal girls. Frightened of their own shadows, they aren't aggressive but don't have any social skills. We’ve been looking for an outside home with outbuildings or a home with lots of patience as it will take them months to calm down to home life. Thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat, they’ve now found the ideal home, in a stable yard, where they can enjoy life.

Life for Cats Welfare, Lincolnshire

Princess from National Animal Welfare Trust Thurrock, homed through Cat ChatWe're very pleased to say that our longest stayer, Princess (diabetic), went to her new home in Erith, Kent, on Friday. From the photos she looks settled already. And I am pleased to say that Princess was homed due to being seen on our page in Cat Chat!!

National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) Thurrock, Essex

Old and young Maisie, Daisie & Colin from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatAll four of these wonderful cats have not had the best journey so far. Old Maisie's (left) previous owner sometimes forgot to feed her as they very unfortunately developed dementia and ultimately passed away. Daisie and young Maisie (right) were beautiful, playful black cats who entered at only one year old after another shelter became full while Colin (centre) entered the shelter after the break-up of the family he was previously with. Luckily, now they all have wonderful new homes for their personalities to blossom in! Thanks to Catchat we have homed Maisie, Daisie, Colin and old Maisie, who was a 12 year old cat that we had no hope of rehoming until an elderly couple saw her on Catchat. She was perfect for this couple who were in their 80s. Thank you Catchat!

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Maesteg

Luti from Community Cats Network, homed through Cat ChatThe lovely Luti, as well as her brother and sister, were unfortunately under the weather when brought in and had to receive treatment, especially since Luti and her brother had a serious eye infection. Now this shy Tabby has stumbled upon a pot of gold by being rehomed with the help of Cat Chat! I just wanted to let you know that Luti has found a home thanks to your website.

Community Cats Network, Midleton

Lindie from Consett Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatLindie was born in 2007 with a family that did not adequately look after their cats, so as soon as she could walk she would toddle off outdoors with her brother, Trevor. She wasn't really handled and was left to fend for herself, so as time passed she grew apart from the mother cat, started playing outside longer and became feral. By the time she was trapped she was 6 months old and considered too old to be tamed and rehomed so she was neutered and ear-tipped. After failing to find a farm home for her and her brother they were vaccinated and Consett Cat Rescue continued to try and get them to "come round" to being tame. Because of this, they were no longer suitable as farm cats as they had become accustomed to their home comforts. Amazingly for her, Lindie was spotted on Cat Chat and has now been rehomed and can enjoy all the love and outdoor fun she needs!

Consett Cat Rescue, Consett

Frankie & Ruby from Ryedale and Scarborough Cats Welfare, homed through Cat ChatThe beautiful cats Frankie (left) and Ruby (right) are now continuing onto the next exciting chapter of their lives after being spotted and homed through Cat Chat. Ruby is a lovely grey Tabbie from a litter of 5 who loves being outdoors and Frankie is wonderfully playful around children and loves a cuddle. Ruby and Frankie have been homed through Cat Chat - Many thanks!

Ryedale and Scarborough Cats Welfare, Scarborough

Tabbs, Netti & Holly, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatTabbs (left) is a dainty little cat, too young to have a family. She gave birth to 5 kittens and was very protective of them. All her kittens have now been rehomed. She is a very friendly cat, but does not like other cats, so needs to be the only cat. Netti (middle) has had a very sad start. She was found in a cat box being kicked about by teenagers. She gave birth to two lovely kittens who luckily were not harmed by her ordeal. Holly (right) was not allowed in the owners’ house, so neighbours had to provide food and shelter. The neighbour persuaded the owner to give her up. She was a little shy when she came in but is now showing her friendly character. All three girls have now been rehomed via our Cat Chat page. This is the only site we advertise our cats, as it is such a safe site. Thank you.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Spot, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatAt long long last Spot, who has been in care since 2013, has found the purrfect home. Having once featured with his mum in one of your newspaper articles as one of the hardest to home cats in the country, he is finally home. This grumpy old man was seen on our page by a very lovely lady who specifically prefers to have hard to home cats that no one else will take. He is settling in well, his new owner adores him and we are thrilled. Many many thanks.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Smudge, from Anim-Mates, Sevenoaks, homed through Cat ChatSmudge is a handsome and affectionate five year-old boy who came into Anim-Mates' care when his owner passed away. He was mourning and confused in the beginning but grew very confident in his foster home. He loves sitting next to people and will lay on his back when he is stroked. He enjoys watching videos of birds on YouTube and head butting everything, including hands and noses. Smudge is an easy-going, friendly cat that adapts easily to change and flourishes from human contact. Smudge was rehomed thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Anim-Mates, Sevenoaks

Henry & Martha, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatHenry (left) must have been owned by someone sometime as he had already been neutered. He looks like a typical 'alley cat' but is the most delightful friendly cat you could ever meet. He is a large cat and he has had a tough life. Pretty lady Martha (right) was left behind by her owners. She was discovered by the landlord locked in the bathroom with a puppy!! The landlord took her home but unfortunately she did not get on with the resident cat so she came to us. Henry and Martha have just been rehomed together via Cat Chat! Thank you.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

The two Rosies, from Caring Animal Rescue, Sheffield, homed through Cat ChatTortie Rosie (left) is approximately 15 weeks old and extremely friendly. Her sisters have been rehomed together and she needs to be rehomed with another cat or to a home that already has a cat so that she doesn't get lonely. Black & white Rosie’s (right) owner sadly died. She is a friendly petite three-year old. Both Rosies have now been homed thanks to Cat Chat.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford

Flossy, from Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford, homed through Cat ChatLovely Flossy is on the shyer side. It took her a few days longer to settle than some other cats, but given she likes being made a fuss of, she will enjoy a lot of attention! She came to us with her five kittens, having been found in someone’s garden. All kittens were homed, and Flossy has also been rehomed thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford

Ella, from Cool Cats at Mitzi's Kitty Corner, Totnes, homed through Cat ChatElla (6ish) came to us from a busy household where she was bullied by the other cats. It is clear that this affectionate girl needed a quiet adult only, pet free home where she would feel safe and cherished. As you can see Ella is a beauty and will make a very loyal and loving companion. She is a very entertaining girl, who hasn't forgotten how to play. Delighted to report she has found a fabulous home - thank you Cat Chat!

Cool Cats at Mitzi's Kitty Corner, Totnes

Rescue cats Coco, Ellie, Jasper, Sooty & Sweep and Kit & Lola from A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone, Warkwickshire, homed through Cat Chat Coco (left), Ellie (centre), Jasper (right), Sooty & Sweep and Kit & Lola have been rehomed. All thanks to Cat Chat.

A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone

Oliver, from Hay Cat Rescue, Hay-on-Wye, homed through Cat ChatTwo year old Oliver is a wonderful black and white chap with lots of character. His left eye was badly scarred and had to be removed. Having been a stray, he was also found to be FIV positive. It didn’t hold him back though and he’s a happy chap, taking home life in his stride. He loves a cosy bed and most of all, food! He now has a new home, found through Cat Chat. Thank you for all your help.

Hay Cat Rescue, Hay-on-Wye

Hamish & Corky, from Cat Rescue West Wales, Whitland, homed through Cat ChatHandsome Hamish (left) is 12 years young, a real fuss monster and will happily sit on your lap all day. As you can see he has a beautiful fluffy black and white coat. He is absolutely gorgeous and would make someone such a lovely lap cat. He thrives on human interaction and company. Absolute corker Corky (right) is a three year old boy, very friendly but understandably slightly nervous when he first meets you due to having been abandoned by his owners. He waited near his old home for his family to return, thankfully a neighbour kindly fed him. Can't imagine how confused he must have been waiting for them to come home not understanding why he was left behind. Really pleased to say Hamish and Corky have found a home through Cat Chat! They had made friends in foster so it's really nice as they have found a home together. Thank you.

Cat Rescue West Wales, Whitland

Sookie & Nigella, from All Animal Rescue, Southampton, homed through Cat ChatSookie (left) is a lovely girl who wears her heart on her sleeve, she is super nervous until she is confident in her surroundings, at which point she turns in to a cuddle monster. Nigella (right) came in to the rescue after being dumped by her owner. Nigella is what we call a horizontal cat, she is super chilled and just loves to be around people. Thanks to your lovely website both Sookie and Nigella have gone to new homes.

All Animal Rescue, Southampton

Gavin, Flo & Electra, from A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone, homed through Cat ChatGavin (left) was living outside his owner’s house because he didn’t get on with the dog. Flo (middle) had been abandoned by her owner, along with another cat. A kind lady took her in, but unfortunately could not look after her long term. Electra (right) was in a very poor state when she came to us: not much fur on her body and very thin. Since then she has blossomed into a beautiful girl. All of them have now found forever homes thanks to Cat Chat. Many thanks.

A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone

Pri, from Carla Lane Animals in Need, Liverpool, homed through Cat ChatPri was a stray that a family tried to take in, but she began fighting with the cat they already had. She is very friendly and will cry for attention, but she wants to be the only pet in the house. She has now been adopted, and her new owner found her through looking on Cat Chat. Thank you very much.

Carla Lane Animals in Need, Liverpool

Berry, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatBerry has had such a hard short life. She is a small cat, was skin and bone when she arrived. She was found sheltering in this bad weather under a tarpaulin in someone’s garden, trying to keep her newborns warm and dry. She has been a good mum and produced four beautiful chubby kittens despite her being undernourished herself. Such a friendly, delightful cat! Berry was snapped up after only being on Cat Chat for 24 hours. Quickest homing yet!!!

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Rolo, from Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton, homed through Cat ChatSadly, Rolo's owner was not in a position to look after her. It is understood that she has had at least two owners. Rolo has been described as a little sweetheart, very loving, very friendly and very affectionate. Rolo has now been rehomed after being seen on Cat Chat. Thank you for all your help and support.

Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton

Saffi, Tiny & Tot, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatGood news! Saffi (left) found a home within days of being listed on Cat Chat. This sad little cat that was about to become homeless due to her owner passing away. She found a couple who were prepared to give her time, and moved from her old home to her new one without coming into the rescue, which she would have struggled to cope with. Tiny and Tot (right) surprisingly weren't on our homing page long, they both found lovely homes thanks to Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

George, from Little Paws Cat Heaven, Wolverhampton, homed through Cat ChatGeorge had been living happily with a family until they got a large dog. He was suddenly no longer welcome, and made to live outside. He was fed by neighbours, but lived rough for around 3 years. He is a gentle giant who talks to you, and tells you what he wants. He loves his food, and fuss, jumping up to get you to rub his head. He loves other younger cats, washing them and being a father to them. He’s now found a forever home thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Little Paws Cat Heaven, Wolverhampton

Monsieur Francois & Black Aliss, from Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford, homed through Cat ChatMonsieur Francois (left) is a handsome fella, friendly and affectionate and gets on with most people and cats, although he prefers males. He came to us as a stray, and as a result of living on the streets he was actually quite happy indoors. Black Aliss (right) came to us heavily pregnant and more of less had her kittens immediately. Her kittens have all grown up and found their lifelong homes. She’s affectionate and loving, and seems to take most things in her stride. Both were adopted through Cat Chat enquiries. Thanks for your help.

Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford

Penny, Lady & Jimmy, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatPenny (left) came to us via our local vet, she had been picked up as a stray. She has a very friendly nature and would make a wonderful companion for someone. Lady (middle) was handed into us because of a family breakdown. It is a shame that we had to take her in but at least the family did not abandon her. Little Jimmy (right) was brought into us by a parent. Her daughter had taken this kitten from a friend without permission from her parents. He is a very lively boy with lots of energy. All three have now been rehomed via Cat Chat. Thank you so much for this service.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Tangle, from Margs Moggies Cat Rescue, Wiltshire, homed through Cat ChatVery friendly young boy Tangle, who loves fuss and cuddles, has now been rehomed via Cat Chat. Thank you so much.

Margs Moggies Cat Rescue, Wiltshire

Barney & Morris, from A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone, homed through Cat ChatBarney (left) came in when his mum could no longer look after him. He was very frightened at first but has now settled and is a lovely boy, very affectionate. Morris (right) was an un neutered stray when he arrived. He is only a young boy but very powerful and handsome. Both boys have now been homed after being seen on Cat Chat.

A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone

Ricky, Felix & Charley, from A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone, homed through Cat ChatGorgeous Ricky (left) was a stray, and a lovely friendly boy. You only have to show him some attention and he rolls about asking to have his tummy stroked. Lovely Felix (middle) had been living rough for a while. He is about 5 years old and a friendly boy. He loves his food! We think sadly that beautiful Charley's (right) owners must have left him when they moved, so he camped outside the local fire station. Luckily the firemen fed him, but it was considered too dangerous for him to live there, so he came to the shelter. All three have now been homed thanks to Cat Chat.

A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone

Bayley, Gwen & Louis, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatAfter having and nursing kittens and over two months in the rescue, Bayley (left) fell on her paws and moved on a few days ago. Gwen (middle), another mother who did her duty and has found a life for herself. Louis (right) has found a patient soul to put up with his obnoxious behaviour. He is a very lucky boy.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Garfield, Hardy & Hanson, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatGarfield (left) is a lovely older chap who found himself wanting when his owner died. After being evicted from the pub they lived in, Hardy (middle) and Hanson (right) are now settled in their new home, found through Cat Chat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Jola, from Rugeley Cats Society, Staffs/West Midlands, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful Jola is 5 years old, very loving, enjoys a brush and fuss. She loves playing with feather toys on sticks. Jola is scared of dogs and loves the outdoors. She has now been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat. Many thanks for your continued help and support.

Rugeley Cats Society, Staffs/West Midlands

Archimedes & Athens, from Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford, homed through Cat ChatThese lovely boys are completely joined at the hip. Archimedes is the chilled one and Athens is bolder. They’re both very lovely & affectionate. They have now been rehomed together, after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford

Bri, from Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs, homed through Cat ChatLovely Bri needed a quiet home where she could live comfortably on floor level due to her having had a trauma to her back. We are extremely happy to report that Bri has now been given her forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat. As always, we are very grateful for the help given to us.

Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs

Pickle & Diesel, from Caring for Cats, Tonbridge, homed through Cat ChatPickle (left) and Diesel (right) are two guys aged approximately five years old with lovely white and black coats. Both of them have found a wonderful new home with a nice garden that they can explore, after being seen on Cat Chat.

Caring for Cats, Tonbridge

Loki, from Burton Upon Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe, homed through Cat ChatLoki (now called Django) was straying in one of the local villages. When he came into care he was very thin and his long coat was matted. After lots of tlc he soon put on a kilo in weight and grew a beautiful new coat. The family who adopted him had recently lost their cat and had decided to wait a little while before adopting another. However when they saw Loki on our Cat Chat page, they couldn’t resist coming to see him. He now has a wonderful forever home and has settled in beautifully. Thank you Cat Chat.

Burton Upon Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe

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