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Below are a selection of cats recently homed after being seen on Cat Chat.
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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

Pearl, Graham & Toffee, from A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, homed through Cat ChatPearl (left) is a little girl who wants to be the only cat in the house. Pearl is very loving, but has a mind of her own. Graham (centre) is a dark charcoal grey & white boy. Toffee (right) is a lovely, fussy ball of fluff and is around 7 months old. Pearl, Graham and Toffee have been homed thanks to Cat Chat.

A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone

Howard, from Eight Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield, homed through Cat ChatTwelve-year-old tabby Howard came into rescue about a year ago. People who lived nearby reckoned he'd been living rough for many years, however he came to our attention because he had a nasty abscess on his foot. That was easily resolved with antibiotics and a bit of tlc. Sadly as it turned out, a poorly foot was the least of his problems and Howard was diagnosed with advanced kidney disease and anaemia. We're beyond delighted to let you know that Howard has found the most lovely foster home after being spotted on Cat Chat. As I hope you can see from the attached photo, he's settling in really well, and looking rather smug. Thank you so much for you help with this ... it’s going to make a huge difference to his life and managing his health conditions.

Eight Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield

Holly, from Little Cottage Rescue, Luton, homed through Cat ChatHolly is a delightful fluffy black and white lady who is around 10 years old but may be a little more or less. She has spent at least the past eight years living outside in a garden in North London. Her rescuer fed her well and ensured she always had a warm box in an outhouse but as she had severe asthma, there was no question of Holly coming indoors, however much she scratched at the door. Thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat, Holly has now been found her forever home.

Little Cottage Rescue, Luton

Molly, Milo, George, Snowball & Buzz, from Hollyview Animal Sanctuary, homed through Cat ChatAt the moment we have rehomed all our cats thanks to cat chat. I might add we had an amazing response through your website, I'm sure it wont be long til we start adding more cats.

Hollyview Animal Sanctuary, Battle

Betsy & Benjamin, from 8 Lives Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatBetsy (left) & Benjamin (right) were found living rough under a car a few weeks ago. We've no idea how they came to be there - they're friendly affectionate playful and healthy kittens - they must have had a home at some stage. Just to let you know that these two little monkeys were adopted after they were spotted on cat chat.

8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield

Salsa & Charleston, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatThese cats were named after the TV series, both loving cats but inseparable. Wherever one is the other follows, they have always been together. Thanks to Cat Chat, Salsa and Charleston have been homed together.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Pebbles & Snowball, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatSnowball (left) the whiter cat and Pebbles (right) left as 7 week old kittens, 3 years ago. They had a lovely home during this time. Unfortunately the lady of the house had health problems and moved out of the house to find sanctuary with a friend. Hi just to let you know we had great homings thanks to Catchat, Pebbles and Snowball homed together. Thank you for this site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Jess & Rufus, from All for The Love of Paws, homed through Cat ChatFabulous news Rufus (left) and Jess (right) have been adopted and their new owners found them through Cat chat ~ Thank you so much for your help

All for The Love of Paws, West Bromwich

Bambi & Pickle, from A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, homed through Cat ChatBambi (left) is a very loving boy of 12 months. Loves cuddles. He is now neutered vaccinated and chipped. Perhaps a bit too loving. Likes lots of attention. This is Pickle (right) he has been with us for quite a few months. He sort of fades into the background. Or disappears up to the top landing when visitors arrive. Pickle, and Bambi. Thanks to cat chat.

A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone

Susie, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, homed through Cat ChatFantastic news, Susie our overlooked cat has eventually found a home after being seen on Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Tom & Florence, from Kingsdown Cat Sanctuary, homed through Cat ChatFlorence (left) went today to her new home thanks to her new carer seeing our site in catchat. And Tom (right), the ginger FIV+ boy, found his carer through cat chat. Fantastic. Thank you for your help.

Kingsdown Cat Sanctuary, Kingsdown

Adina, Rigsby, Rusty, Tizzy, Flint and brother, from A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, homed through Cat ChatTizzy (left) is looking for a comfy lap; she has just lost her Mum and is in need of lots of love. Rigsby (centre) came in to us in the summer. He had a fractured pelvis. He was very good while he had to do cage rest. And he has healed as much as he is going to. Rusty (right) is an older boy. Loves to sit on a lap. Rusty, Adina, Rigsby, Tizzy, Flint and his brother. Homed thanks to Cat Chat.

A5 Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone

Buddy & Lucy, from Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton, homed through Cat ChatBuddy (left) came into the care of LPCR with his sister, Lucy (right). Neither of these gorgeous cats have ever lived in a home, but they have not been treated badly in any way. Their previous carer was very kind indeed, but did not have the facilities to be able to keep them. They lived outside with a sort of shelter but it left them extremely vulnerable. Lucy is gentle and is fine with other gentle foster cats too. Buddy gets on very well with the other cats and it seems they regard him like their brother or best pal. He is gentle, unassuming, sweet natured, friendly and generally adorable. I am pleased to say that Buddy and Lucy have now been adopted, thanks to their new owner seeing them featured on Cat Chat. We are pleased for them and very grateful to you.

Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue, Bolton

Olive, from Cat Action Trust 77, Doncaster, homed through Cat ChatLittle Olive came into care after being found in a critical condition behind a shed on one of the hottest days of the summer. We didn’t expect her to recover, but she proved to be a little fighter and is now fit and well. Olive has found a new home thanks to Cat Chat.

Cat Action Trust 77, Doncaster

Elvis, from Cat Action Trust NE Scotland, Aberdeen, homed through Cat ChatFriendly tabby FIV boy Elvis loves a cuddle and lots of attention. He was seen on Cat Chat and the lady read the Cat Chat link about FIV cats, so didn't have to do much research. When she met him he was on her lap purring away quite happily. So Elvis left the building as they say, a few days later :)

Cat Action Trust NE Scotland, Aberdeen

Cole & Garry from Caring Animal Rescue, homed through Cat ChatCole (left) is 20 weeks old now; he is a loveable boy gives likes lots of cuddles and plenty of kisses. He makes friends with everyone. Garry (right) is 11 months old and has been neutered. Garry is friendly and has come into our care due to his owner's ill health. Two more of our cats have been homed today. Cole and Garry thanks to Catchat.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford

Starla & Luna, from Purrs Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatWe thought you'd like to know about Starla (left) and Luna (right) that were adopted by Claire and Richard after they saw us on Cat Chat :-)

Purrs Cat Rescue, Hornchurch

Tia Maria, from Paws & Claws Animal Rescue Service, Haywards Heath, homed through Cat ChatA lady from Eastbourne spotted our 'overlooked' Tia Maria on Cat Chat, came forward and adopted her! Tia had been in our care for a whole year and a half, a very long wait indeed, but it was worth it for now she sleeps on her new mum's bed and has settled in nicely. Needless to say, we are so very pleased for this dear cat and hope she will continue to do well. It just goes to show that the right home is out there for each and every cat. It just is a waiting game for some of our cats (and for us, their staff and carers) but we never give up. Thank you so much again.

Paws & Claws Animal Rescue Service, Haywards Heath

Bailey, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatBailey has been rehomed via Catchat. Her new owner travelled from North Wales to South Wales. We met him half way. She has settled well and been looking for a tabby for a long time. He spotted her on Catchat and was prepared to travel. Thank you Catchat, we have had quite a few cats rehomed a long way from us thanks to this site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Toots, Sophie & Sid, from Hay Cat Rescue, Hay-on-Wye, homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know we rehomed Toots (left), Sophie (middle) and Sid (right) to a country home together, which is lovely as they were all best pals! They were spotted on Cat Chat as wanting homes, so thank you for that!

Hay Cat Rescue, Hay-on-Wye

George from Little Paws Cat Haven, homed through Cat ChatWe had George who was on your overlooked cats - he was rehomed from being seen on CatChat, and he is having a lovely life now, being pampered constantly.

Little Paws Cat Haven, Wolverhampton

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, Sevenoaks

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, Stafford

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, Grantham

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 ChatMiserable Maisie (left) as we call her is not a bad cat at all. All she likes to do is sleep and eat then sleep again.  Unfortunately her owner who doted on her died, but her owner also had dementia so she forgot to feed Maisie on times. Maisie (right) is the sister to Daisie, she has big yellow eyes whereas Daisie has green eyes. Colin (centre) came in as a result of a family break up. He is a delightful boy, he can hold his own if any intruders come into the garden, but would also make a delightful family pet. 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, Bridgend

Luti from Community Cats Network, homed through Cat ChatLuti is part of the Evening Trap trio. She came from a TNR project we did in Conna. Her brother Frank had a serious eye infection and she and her sister Grace were a bit under the weather, so were kept for treatment. She was the first to bounce back and also the first to bond with humans. 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 to a tame mother in a house on a council estate at Lanchester, Co Durham. However this family did not really look after their cats and as soon as she could walk he was able to toddle off outdoors with her brother, Trevor. She was never really handled at all by the owners of the mother cat and was really left to play and fend for herself. The first time the adopters saw Lindie was on CatChat. Thank you

Consett Cat Rescue, Consett

Frankie & Ruby from Ryedale and Scarborough Cats Welfare, homed through Cat ChatRuby (right) is a lovely grey Tabbie from a litter of 5 who loves being outdoors and Frankie (left) 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

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