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Below are a selection of cats recently homed after being seen on Cat Chat.
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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 been rehomed via Cat Chat, she wasn’t on the site long, the 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 is 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 little girl. She is like most cats in that she 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 them 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, typical tortie, playful and friendly, comes from a two family litter of nine, the rest 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 didn't want her. She only has one eye, but copes very well with that deformity, and is still a very pretty cat. A lovely girl deserving a lovely home. She has just 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, we have found him the perfect home after being spotted on CatChat. 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 from 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 her new owner as I’d forgotten to ask her but she did in fact see Maisie 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. A little shy when he came in but a lovely chap. Boris was rehomed via Catchat.

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 CatChatLovely young girl whose owner did not get her neutered but has now passed away. She has been homed via CatChat.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cats Welfare, Scarborough

Bam Bam, from Cats In Crisis, Epsom, homed through Cat ChatGorgeous Bam Bam is a beautiful mature long-haired tabby and white boy who doesn’t get on with other cats. He is friendly, but a bit of a character and would prefer a quiet home without young children. He has now found his forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Cats In Crisis, Epsom

Ruby, from Pawz for Thought, Sunderland, homed through Cat ChatRuby is a stunning 11-year old girl who was looking for a loving new home due to the death of her owner. Always on the move, being nosey, and making it rather difficult to take photographs of her, Ruby has the shiniest black coat. She is fabulous! After over a year in rescue, Ruby has now found her forever home after being seen on Cat Chat Overlooked page.

Pawz for Thought, Sunderland

Lady Squeakers, from Furbabies Cat Rescue, Birmingham, homed through Cat ChatLady Squeakers is a gorgeous black & white, neutered, nine year old lass. Her name comes from the fact that she doesn’t really have a meow, it comes out as a squeak; she is a timid little lady when she first meets people, but as she feels more comfortable she will show her affectionate side and will dole out head bumps and purrs. Lady Squeakers was spotted on Cat Chat Overlooked page and has now found herself a new home.

Furbabies Cat Rescue, Birmingham

Misha, from Bushy Tail Cat Aid, Watford, homed through Cat ChatFour-year-old Misha was in an emergency foster care and on antidepressants, narrowly escaping euthanasia after losing her will to live. Misha's owner decided to give her up and we came to collect a cat that was so aggressive that she was bouncing off the walls, biting and scratching. In three years Misha moved four times, with frequent boarding when the owner travelled. Then she experienced the preparations for the arrival of a baby. Misha was being locked away and left alone during that time. Misha was a severely traumatised cat who hated humans. She barely ate for a month, and spent her days growling, trembling and crying. Thanks to our Cat Chat page, Misha has found a fantastic forever home. She's already not aggressive anymore and has started coming closer for cuddles. The adopter is amazing and she was looking for a difficult cat. Many thanks for all you do, this is huge help!

Bushy Tail Cat Aid, Watford

Samsung, from Pawz for Thought, homed through Cat ChatSamsung went off to a home last week after a long time and the enquiry was through Cat Chat.

Pawz for Thought, Sunderland

Raven, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatRaven is a lovely boy that was left behind by his owner when lockdown started. Instead of taking him with them, they left him to fend for himself. Neighbours had been feeding him for weeks until he came into our care. He is a very lovable boy, has gorgeous yellow eyes and a sleek black coat like a panther. Raven has just been rehomed via Cat Chat - we had so many people enquiring after him after spotting him on Cat Chat, but did not remove him until he was actually picked up by a lovely family. We have homed so many cats from your site even though there has been a lockdown, people have been patient in waiting. Thanks.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Daisy, Alfie & Poppy, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatDaisy (left) had a wonderful life with an elderly lady, who sadly had to give up her home and go into care. It is a sad situation when the rest of the family will not take on the family pet. She is a quiet girl and could not understand why her owner had given her up. Her owner was also distraught to give her up, she had been loved so much and needed this again. Poor Alfie (middle) decided to go out one day but got lost. He found an older gentleman who started to feed him, so he moved in. Alfie was very settled here and enjoyed his new life for about a year. Sadly his new companion had to go into a care home, as a result Alfie came into rescue. When he arrived, we scanned him to find he had a microchip. We contacted the previous owner, but sadly they got another cat to replace him and did not want him back. Poppy (right) with her daughters and owner were evicted from their property. They spent a few nights sleeping in the car with their owner. But we managed to get all the cat family into care. All three have been spotted on Cat Chat and have now been rehomed. Thank you for this site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Sophie, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatHi, our Little Miss Perfect soon found a home after appearing on Cat Chat. We had a lot of interest and she left us after less than a week in the rescue and less than 24 hours on our homing page. She has settled in well and is much loved.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Moxey, from Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, North Yorkshire, homed through Cat ChatLovely tortie, about two years old, taken in with her kittens which were born on the 13th March. Very friendly, loving nature. Just found her forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cat Welfare, North Yorkshire

April & May, and Emily & Elizabeth, from Purrs Cat Rescue, Hornchurch, homed through Cat ChatApril & May (left) are 14 months old and are black and white beauties. Their foster mum said "they really are super friendly cats and love being stroked" - sounds purrrfect. Sweet beautiful mini panthers Emily & Elizabeth (right) are just 2 years old and looking for a home together. Emily is the most outgoing and loves strokes and attention, she has a sweet and gentle personality. Elizabeth a friendly playful girl who also loves strokes and loves to be around people. So gorgeous. Both these couples have now found their forever homes thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Purrs Cat Rescue, Hornchurch

Rafferty, from CAT77, Doncaster South, homed through Cat ChatLovely Rafferty was born in a distribution centre yard in 2019. He's a nervous boy & needs patience and TLC to continue his socialisation, so must go to an experienced home. He has now found the perfect forever home thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Cat Action Trust 77, Doncaster South

Dolly & Tilley, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatDolly (left) was rescued from a hoarder of cats. She has never been shown much affection and was so nervous when she came to us she hid for a few days. She was petrified. With coaxing and good food she has turned a corner and is the most loving affectionate cat you could find. Tilley (right), also known as Attila the Hun, is a lovely girl when she gets to know you. She came in as a stray, when I used to get her food she would literally attack to get at it. She was starving. When she arrived we thought she might be better off at stables or a farm, but is now very loving. These girls have now been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

The 3 Girls, from Cat Neutering, Stratford upon Avon, homed through Cat ChatThese beautiful semi feral cats were seeking stables or a large outside space to make their home. Thanks to Cat Chat’s Twenty for 2020 Campaign, which aims to find homes for cats who have been in rescue care too long, they’ve now found their forever home. After an initial period getting used to their new surroundings, we received this update: "They are all now roaming free on the farm catching my rats and having a great time. I don’t see them very often but they are eating and leaving their presents for me on the floor!"

Cat Neutering, Stratford upon Avon

Benjen, from Stray Cat Rescue, Toddington, Beds, homed through Cat ChatTwo years ago I saw a beautiful Burmese brown cat on your website. We made contact with Stray Cat Rescue in Toddington but when we visited he wasn’t at all friendly. However, I could see how unhappy and nervous he was. In spite of this he chose us - my heart was taken there and then. We live in a quiet country village with a secluded garden, no children, and a local church nearby. He has settled beautifully! His name is Benjen and I take him for a walk every afternoon. He follows me all the way, apart from jumping around in the long grass in the church yard. Thank you for the amazing work you do.

Carol and Stray Cat Rescue, Toddington, Beds

Luna, from Cats In Crisis, Epsom, homed through Cat ChatLuna is a mischievous white and grey female of about five years old. She is sweet and friendly with people, but doesn’t like other cats. She has now been homed through being seen on Cat Chat and is very happy in her new home after being overlooked here for many months. Thank you so much.

Cats In Crisis - Epsom

Jenna, from Cat Action Trust 1977 - Doncaster South, homed through Cat ChatI am pleased to say that Jenna has finally found the right home at last after being spotted on your 'Twenty for 2020' campaign. Her new owner sent this update: "Jenna is now starting to feel at home and has claimed all toys and furniture as hers! Her new favourite position is draping herself over the sofa arm. She is a little sweetheart and is becoming more friendly every day. I got my first full on purr today, can't wait till she feels settled enough to fall asleep on my knee".

Cat Action Trust 1977 - Doncaster South, Doncaster

Mabel, from Cats in Crisis, homed through Cat ChatPleased to report that Mabel has been homed to a lovely lady after being seen on our Cat Chat page. Early reports are that she is settling in nicely! Mabel wasn’t all that happy being in rescue, and had started to show signs of stress, in the form of over-grooming on her neck and head. Hopefully that will stop now that she has a quiet home all to herself, and someone to fuss over her. Thank you for putting her on Cat Chat.

Cats in Crisis (Thanet), Margate

Mickey, Monty & three tabby kittens, from Ryedale and Scarborough Cats Welfare, Scarborough, homed through Cat ChatMickey (left) and Monty are two lovely boys. One is ginger and white, one white and ginger. Also three gorgeous tabby kittens (right), all very similar, two boys and one girl. All have been homed through Cat Chat. Many thanks.

Ryedale and Scarborough Cats Welfare, Scarborough

Snowy, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatDeaf kitten Snowy had a wonderful home, by people who loved him dearly. Unfortunately one of the children was autistic and had ADHD, and as a result the child did not know how to handle the kitten properly, despite parental control. He was just too rough with Snowy, and for the safety of the cat, the owners gave him to us to find a loving but very gentle home. After only 24 hours on the page, Snowy has been adopted via Cat Chat! We could not do without this site, another happy homing.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Duffer, from Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh, homed through Cat ChatDuffer is a seven year old neutered boy. He is very loving and enjoys a garden to play in and spend time in the sun. He’s found himself a new home after being spotted on Cat Chat’s Overlooked Cats page! Many thanks for your help in another successful homing.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh

Velvet, from Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful Velvet has found a lovely home after an even longer lockdown than us, she's settled well and is loving it. Her new home is due to her being spotted on Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Blossom, Mary & Noir, from Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity, homed through Cat ChatThis beautiful trio are from different litters, they were all the last of their litters, we paired them together so they weren’t alone and they have been inseparable ever since. We are so pleased these guys have been rehomed with the great help of Cat Chat.

Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity, Barnsley

Lola, from Burton-Upon-Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe, homed through Cat ChatLovely Lola, who was in rescue for nearly two years, has now been adopted by a wonderful family who have given her a perfect new life. She’s a very nervous girl who needed lots of time and patience to settle into any potential new home. Despite several enquires for Lola the special family we needed to adopt her never came along until recently. We can now say that Lola is well and truly settled in her new home. In fact she has settled far more quickly than we ever dared hope. We are so grateful to her new family for giving this lovely girl the patience and understanding she needed. A very contented and happy pussy. And we’re so happy too. Lola was homed through Cat Chat.

Burton-Upon-Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe

Noah, from Mansfield Cat Watch, homed through Cat ChatNoah was rehomed via a Cat Chat enquiry. He'd been in rescue for quite some time, so we're very happy. Thank you

Mansfield Cat Watch, Mansfield

Louie & Lottie , from Cat Neutering Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire, homed through Cat ChatLouie (black & white male) and Lottie (grey female) are around nine weeks old and love playing and sleeping together. They are very nervous after a sad start in life, but in the right home, they would have a chance to blossom. They needed someone who would be around a lot and to 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 coated, tortie and white daughter. These girls are very shy owing to experiences in their past ownerships and did 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.

Little Cottage Rescue, Luton

Tiny Tim, from Rotherham Rescue Rangers, homed through Cat ChatTiny Tim was homed after being seen on Cat Chat. We are getting some lovely homes from having cats on Cat Chat 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 your overlooked cats section! Thank you so much.

Anim-Mates, Sevenoaks

Toby, from Blackpool Cats in Care, Lancs, homed through Cat ChatToby is an Oriental Havana house cat with no social skills, except with humans. He literally needs human company or he will pull his hair out. Toby plays fetch like a dog! Extremely clean, very vocal. 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. 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 wanted a home where she would 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.​ The great news is, 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 Cat Chat, 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 were 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

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