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Below are a selection of 'Perfect Pairs' homed after being seen on Cat Chat.
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Adrian, Scritter & Blossom, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatAdrian (left) and Scritter (centre) have been rehomed via Cat Chat. People have travelled quite a long way to collect these cats despite having rescues nearer to them, thank you Cat Chat for your help in rehoming these. Also the same lady who rehomed two or our cats last month, came back to give a third cat called Blossom (right) a lovely home thanks to your site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Fingers and Bandit from Eight Lives Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatAbsolutely thrilled to let you know that I took Fingers & Bandit to their new home this weekend after they'd been spotted on Cat Chat. They're adorable but timid little girls who were dumped in a garden when they were only a few weeks old. They have waited a long time for the right people to come along. Delighted that they've landed a lovely home that will help them keep growing in confidence. Thank you Cat Chat!

Eight Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield.

Captain Flint & Galaxy, from Ann & Bill’s Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch, homed through Cat ChatCaptain Flint (left) came to us with his sister, Galaxy (right), and we needed to find them a home together.  He is a very playful and affectionate cat, who demands lots of attention and very much enjoys sitting on people’s shoulders, wheras Galaxy is nervous around people, so needed a home where she would be allowed time to settle. With Cat Chat's help they’ve now been rehomed to a very nice young couple.

Ann & Bill’s Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch

Larnie & Topaz, from Animals in Need, Northampton, homed through Cat ChatWe found your website as we were looking for a pair of cats and spotted these 2 at Animals in Need, Northampton. Your website made it possible for us to see where cats were in the areas. Larnie and Topaz are both 5 years old and are settling well. They love the cat trees we have for them, lots of play and cuddles. This is now their forever home. Thank you for your website, we would not have found them without you. So happy we found them, they are 2 amazing cats!

Louise & Andy, Leicester and Animals in Need, Northampton

Fudge & Blackie, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatThe twins are very timid, especially Blackie (right). We picked them up from the most appalling conditions. They were absolutely petrified. Fudge has gained confidence since being with us, but Blackie still needs a lot of coaxing. They’ve now been rehomed via Cat chat. Thank you so much, most of our cats are rehomed from this site as we feel it is safe to put them on here.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Hercule & Poirot, from Cramar Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Birmingham, homed through Cat ChatHercule (left) and Poirot (right) have the most beautiful affectionate natures - towards humans, and with each other and other cats. They were seen on Cramar's Cat Chat page recently, and have been happily rehomed to a lovely couple offering the perfect (quiet) environment for this cautious pair.

Cramar Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Birmingham

Dandylion & Douglas, from Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford, homed through Cat ChatDandyLion & Douglas are a smashing pair of white and tabby brothers who really wanted to find a home together. They are both lively, playful and confident kittens - a great choice for a lively household. These super siblings have now been rehomed together after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford

Alexa and Sirri from Kirkby Cats Home, homed through Cat ChatAlexa and Sirri were 2 years old when their humans moved away and left them behind. They were friendly girls with lovely natures and took the change in circumstances in their stride. They were looking for a new home together and would settle just about anywhere, making ideal family pets. The good news is they have found a new home after being seen on Cat Chat and have settled in straight away.

Kirkby Cats Home Nottingham

Bruno & Barney, from Aylesbury Cat Rescue, Bucks, homed through Cat ChatBruno (left) and Barney (right) are gorgeous brothers and they love lots of brushing, the more pampering the better, they are posh after all! The handsome duo were seen on Cat Chat. They got the purrfect home from this. We took them to their furever home and they made themselves right at home straight away and are now being thoroughly spoilt. Two very happy Ragdolls!

Aylesbury Cat Rescue, Bucks

Mitch & Stitch from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare & Kirkby Cats Home, homed through Cat ChatMitch (grey) and Stitch (tabby) first found themselves homeless when their owner moved out and left them behind. Luckily for them a neighbour took them in but fate dealt them a cruel blow when their new owner fell ill and was unable to keep them,. This time however they were handed in to us instead of being abandoned. Mitch and Stitch were now looking for another home to call their own for the rest of their lives. The fab news is that our overlooked cats have now found the home they were looking for after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare & Kirkby Cats Home

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

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 told us that there is a purrfect human out there for us somewhere. We have now found a purrfect new home thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

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

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

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

Bob & Flash, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford homed through Cat ChatBrothers Bob (left) and Flash (right) are only 18 months old, very playful and love a lap to sit on. They now have gone to a lovely family home together thanks to Cat Chat. They are two very happy cats.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford

Maisie and Mojo from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatMaisie (left) and Mojo (right) were looking for a loving forever home together. Luckily they have been able to stay together after being seen on Cat Chat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham.

Timmy and Tommy from Kathy's Cat Rescue, Wirral & Chester, homed through Cat ChatFriendly brothers Timmy and Tommy love human company, just touch them and they purr. We are delighted that they have found a wonderful new home thanks to being seen on the Cat Chat Overlooked Cats section.

Kathy's Cat Rescue, Wirral & Chester

Missy & DV, from Cats Protection Harlow, Epping Forest & District, Essex, homed through Cat ChatMum Missy & only son Darth Vader (named by finder's child) were found as strays when DV was tiny. DV is now a strapping teenager and quite bouncy, but he’s very protective of his mum, as she is of him. Luckily they’ve just found a home together, after being seen on your pages. Many thanks.

Cats Protection Harlow, Epping Forest & District, Essex

Faith & Hope from Happy Cats Rescue, Bordon, homed through Cat ChatFaith and Hope were rejected by their mum at birth so they were both hand reared. They were also premature so it was touch and go whether they would make it. They grew into beautiful, friendly and affectionate cats, playful and full of energy and mischief, but in need of an indoor home or access to a secure catio. They have now gone to their forever home as a direct result of their new owners seeing them on Cat Chat.

Happy Cats Rescue, Bordon

Candy from Yorkshire Animal Shelter, Leeds, homed through Cat ChatCandy (see photo) and Jellybean were funny, playful and affectionate sisters who were always overlooked because Jellybean is black and Candy black and white. After being with the rescue for 6 months we are delighted to say they were spotted on Cat Chat and have now gone to their forever home.

Yorkshire Animal Shelter, Leeds

Hercule & Poirot from Cramar Cat Rescue, Birmingham, rehomed through Cat ChatHercule (left) and Poirot (right) were brought to us as wide-eyed, frightened little boys. They flourished with their fosterer and Hercule became playful but cautious and Poirot a slightly more confident and chatty lap cat. They were looking for a loving forever home together and thanks to being seen on Cat Chat they have now found that perfect home together.

Cramar Cat Rescue, Birmingham

Gala & Garbo, from Rolvenden Cat Rescue, Kent, homed through Cat ChatBlack & white sisters Gala (left) and Garbo (right) were first seen on Cat Chat. They have been in their new home a short while and are still settling in. Gala is really starting to come out of herself, whilst Garbo is taking a little longer. We are sure that they will grow in confidence now.

Rolvenden Cat Rescue, Kent

Albi & Shiloh, from Cat Action Trust77, Doncaster, homed through Cat ChatAlbi (left) & Shiloh (right) were rescued after being dumped behind a vets surgery. They were in very poor health, and it has taken a lot of love and care to get them healthy and ready for new homes. Typical kittens, they're playful and like a cuddle too. They were a little unsure of strangers, but soon settled into their new home, which they found thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Cat Action Trust 77, Doncaster

Monty and Morgan, from Cat Action Trust 1977 - Leeds, homed through Cat ChatMonty (left) and Morgan (right) came into our care with their mum and brother, after wandering the streets of Beeston. Their owner had obviously abandoned them. They have now been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat.

Cat Action Trust 1977, Leeds

Malteaser & Frankie, from Purrs Cat Rescue, Hornchurch, homed through Cat ChatMalteaser (left) and Frankie (right) are three year old sisters who were looking for a new home as their owner was emigrating. They are a lovely pair and complement each other, Frankie sometimes cheekily pounces on Malteaser when she’s not looking, typical sisters! They’ve now found a new home through Cat Chat. THANK YOU TO THE TEAM!

Purrs Cat Rescue, Hornchurch

FLAD & BLUE, from Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity, Yorkshire, homed through Cat ChatFlad (left) and Blue (right) sadly found themselves needing a new home because they weren’t happy with the toddler being around in their home. Luckily they’ve found a new home after being seen on Cat Chat. Thanks for your continuous support in helping rehome cats.

Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity, Yorkshire

Alfie & Charlie, from Leeds Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatWe wanted a pair of cats and went straight to Cat Chat. The site showed us that Leeds Cat Rescue had suitable cats, so we called the shelter. They were very helpful and arranged for us to see suitable pairs in their foster homes. Alfie (left) and Charlie (right) spoke loudest to us and within days they were at home with us. The whole process was really smooth and we can’t thank Cat Chat or Leeds Cat Rescue enough for helping us find our new family members. Peter, the Cat Gallery, York

Alfie and Charlie were adopted from Leeds Cat Rescue (LCR)

Gander & Gus from Rolvenden Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatGander (left) and Gus (right) have now been rehomed, and the young couple mentioned Cat Chat.  They are settling in well and already have this couple under the paw.

Rolvenden Cat Rescue, Rolvenden

I have good news from Spotty Dog Cat Rescue.  I have now rehomed Silver and Shadow thanks to all your help. They had been on the 'harder to home' section for a while and I'm sure without this media exposure they wouldn't have managed to secure this lovely home.  Many thanks again.

Spotty Dog Cat Rescue, Spalding

Dusty & Rusty from National Animal Welfare Trust - Thurrock, Essex, homed through Cat ChatI am pleased to report that we have homed Dusty and Rusty, two cats together as the owners could no longer keep them as they were having difficulties due to the ill health of their two children. All are doing well. Many thanks Cat Chat.

National Animal Welfare Trust - Thurrock, Essex

Fred & Kenny from Canino Animal Rescue, Northampton, homed through Cat ChatMany thanks to Cat Chat.  Fred and Kenny have gone to their forever home (on a narrow boat!).

Canino Animal Rescue, Northampton

Naomi & Neil, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatNaomi (pictured) and Neil came in separately, Naomi in October with a kitten and Nell later after being left on a doorstep. They struck up a friendship and shared a pen and have now moved on together, thanks to Cat Chat, to fill a gap left by another much loved black cat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Harold & Gordy from Somerset and Dorset Animal Rescue, Wincanton, homed through Cat ChatHarold (left) and Gordy have been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat.

Somerset and Dorset Animal Rescue, Wincanton

Sophie & Jackdaw, from The Ashmore Rescue for Cats, Wolverhampton, homed through Cat ChatLovely Sophie (left) and Jackdaw (right) were rehomed thanks to being spotted on the Cat Chat Overlooked Cats page. Thanks!

The Ashmore Rescue for Cats, Wolverhampton

Boots & Mittens, from Beverley & Pockington Cats Protection, Beverley, homed through Cat ChatThese two beautiful Ragdolls, Boots (left) and Mittens (right), were seen on Cat Chat and have gone to a new home together.

Beverley & Pockington Cats Protection, Beverley

Bendigo & Selene, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatBendigo (left) and Selene (right) were really attached to one another so it's fantastic that they found a home together after being seen on Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Buddy & Bella from Cavan Vets, Wolverhampton, homed through Cat ChatBuddy and Bella have been successfully rehomed through Cat Chat.  Yet again thank you so much for all your help and support.

Cavan Vets, Wolverhampton

Fred & Olly from Life for Cats, Grantham, homed through Cat ChatFred (left) was adopted due to being seen on Cat Chat, and his new family also took Olly (right), also shown on Cat Chat, to be part of their family.

Life for Cats, Grantham

Tomas & Tobias from 8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield, homed through Cat ChatI took Tomas (left) and Tobias (right) to their lovely new home yesterday.  Their new mummy spotted them on Cat Chat and fell instantly in love!

Eight Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield

Guinness & Sox, Erica and more, from Rugeley Cats Society, Rugeley, homed through Cat ChatGuinness (left) and Sox (right) were spotted by a family on our Cat Chat page and are now fitting in perfectly in their new home. Thank you so much!

Rugeley Cats Society, Rugeley

Carson & Barnaby from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatWe're in shock and it's early days but it looks like Cat Chat has achieved what we thought impossible.  Our mardy wuss puss Carson, the most unhomable thing on four legs has found himself a new home after someone spotted Barnaby on Cat Chat. Barnaby and Carson had formed a friendship and when she saw them in the same pen she couldn't bear to leave Carson behind so took him as well. So although his home is not technically from being seen on Cat Chat he wouldn't have got it without his new mum spotting Barnaby.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Tango & Casper from Lucky Cat Rescue, Skegness, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful boys Tango & Casper have been rehomed!  They've found an amazing new home together and were spotted on Cat Chat.

Lucky Cat Rescue, Skegness

Barney & Boris from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatBarney (left) and Boris (right) are two lovely brothers that have found a home together after being seen on our homing page, they have settled well.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Billy & Smudge, from Cat Action Trust 1977, Leeds, homed through Cat ChatThanks to Cat Chat, we have now found a home for Billy (left) and Smudge (right) and are so grateful for your help.

Cat Action Trust 1977, Leeds

Celeste & Evan from Peterborough Cat Rescue, Peterborough, homed through Cat ChatWe've had a really good weekend homing-wise and are really pleased to tell you that Celeste (left) and Evan (right) have found their purrfect new home after being spotted on Cat Chat. Thank you so much!

Peterborough Cat Rescue, Peterborough

Ebony & Sparky from National Animal Welfare Trust, Clacton-on-sea, homed through Cat ChatJust to say thank you for helping Ebony (left) and Sparky (right) find their forever home. They were the last kittens from two different litters and as soon as we introduced them they became best friends so we wanted to get them a home together.

National Animal Welfare Trust, Clacton-on-sea

 Mikey & Rolo from National Animal Welfare Trust, Thurrock, homed through Cat ChatWe're pleased to be able to tell of a pair of cats that have found a home thanks to Cat Chat.  Two beautiful cats, Mikey & Rolo, that came to us together when their owner was evicted have, thanks to Cat Chat, found a home together where they are really loved.  Many thanks for your help.

National Animal Welfare Trust, Thurrock

Cosmo & Dibs from Blue Cross Rehoming Network (County Durham), Durham, homed through CatChatWe have recently had a rehoming success via Cat Chat.  The cats in question were Cosmo (left) and Dibs (right) who came to us as a pair and were also rehomed together.

Blue Cross Rehoming Network (County Durham), Durham

Tickle & Woody, from All Animal Rescue, Southampton homed through Cat ChatBrilliant news: Tickle (left) and Woody (right) have found a new home thanks to being seen on Cat Chat!

All Animal Rescue, Southampton

George & Stevie from Neutering 4 Paws, Wigan, homed through Cat ChatStevie (left) and George (right) have gone to their home together.  They were homed thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.  Thank you.

Neutering 4 Paws, Wigan

Maisie & Jake, from Cat Action Trust 1977, Kilmarnock, homed through Cat ChatThank you once again to the wonderful Cat Chat website, this time for finding a brilliant forever home for Maisie (left) and her little son, Jake (right)! The help you offer shelters is invaluable and very much appreciated. Thanks again from us, but especially from Maisie and Jake.

Cat Action Trust 1977, Kilmarnock

Cleo and Theo, from Twilight Cats Senior Cat Rescue, Evesham, homed through Cat ChatWe are thrilled as we have just rehomed our first pair, Cleo (left) and Theo (right), to a wonderful, doting couple who had lost their beloved old boy to cancer a few weeks back. Within an hour of getting home, we had a message to say that both Cleo and Theo were on the bed and purring :) All thanks to Cat Chat.

Twilight Cats Senior Cat Rescue, Evesham

Jet & Jinja, from 8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield, homed through Cat ChatJet (left) & Jinja (right) were spotted on Cat Chat and this evening are settling very happily into their new home. Being cats, of course they show no sign of gratitude … however we and their previous human are grateful to Cat Chat for your help.

8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield

Kitty & Knut, from 8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield, homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know that I took Kitty (left) & Knut (right) to their new home today. A lovely young couple spotted them on Cat Chat and fell in love instantly :)

8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield

Ella & Sonny from National Animal Welfare Trust, Thurrock, homed through Cat ChatAn all black cat (Ella, left) and a white cat (Sonny, right), made their home in someone's outside building project, and the black girl gave birth to three kittens. The two adult cats were so close that we were determined to home them together once they had been neutered. It took a little time to find someone who wanted a pair, but we didn't give up. Glad to be able to say just how happy they are and how well they have settled in.  Thank you Catchat.

National Animal Welfare Trust, Thurrock

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