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Below are a selection of nervous or shy cats happily homed after being seen on Cat Chat.
If YOU have homed a cat with Cat Chat’s help, we'd love to know! If you have adopted a cat after seeing them on Cat Chat, or shelters who have re-homed a cat with Cat Chat's help, please email us as follows (with a photo if possible): This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and they could star on our "Roll of Honour"!


Treacle, from Cat Rescue Chippenham, Wiltshire, homed through Cat ChatEbony’s nervous sister Treacle has just been rehomed today by a lovely lady who saw her on Cat Chat, so that’s the brother and sister in their new homes thanks to you.

Cat Rescue Chippenham, Wiltshire

Angel, from National Animal Welfare Trust Tameside, Manchester, homed through Cat ChatHi team! Just want to thank you again for another successful advert for homing: We had quite a few people show interest in Angel but for different reasons not the right home for her. However a lovely couple came along with their 14 year old daughter and they just wanted her there and then. We chatted about them, their home and their 2 previous cats. They were just the right people for her. Very understanding. We delivered Angel to them on Sunday 22nd. She had a new igloo bed and plenty of toys waiting for her. She now starts her new life in a lovely big underfloor heated conservatory where she can just relax and gain a little confidence before exploring the rest of the house, so it won't be overwhelming for her. She's going to be really spoiled!

National Animal Welfare Trust Tameside, Manchester

Sylvester from City Cat Shelter, Brighton, homed through Cat ChatWe have had our very own Christmas miracle here already with a home for Sylvester, our saddest, angriest and hardest-to-home boy who exploded into a bundle of purring, beaming, tail-waving joy as soon as he got to his new home! He was spotted on Cat Chat, thank you.

City Cat Shelter, Brighton

Mandy from Rolvenden Cat Rescue, Kent, homed through Cat ChatMore brilliant news - Mandy has been rehomed - another of our overlooked cats.  She has gone to a stable where she has the company of two other cats - she is in a special unit (provided by us) for her first month so she and they get acclimatised to each other.  The people using the stables are making friends with her and she is being given lots of treats so she certainly will know what side her bread is buttered when she is allowed more freedom.  She is very happy and becoming more outgoing - marvellous! What a change of location and the suitability of that choice and her new servants.

Rolvenden Cat Rescue, Kent

Dior, from Cat Homing & Rescue, Warrington, homed through Cat ChatDior needed a quiet home with lots of love and attention to enable her to develop into a confident, trusting and happy little cat. Pretty Dior was rehomed after being spotted on the Cat Chat Overlooked Cats page. Many thanks!

Cat Homing & Rescue, Warrington

Pansy, from Rolvenden Cat Rescue, Kent, homed through Cat ChatWe have fantastic news about Pansy - he has now gone to his furrever home where there is a cat for companionship.  He is already settling in well and starting to come out of himself - something we find when people do give these shy cats a home.  The enquiry came through Cat Chat.

Rolvenden Cat Rescue, Kent

Rosie & Penny from Consett Cats, Consett, homed through Cat ChatRosie (left) and Penny (right) have been rehomed, both as a result of Cat Chat. Thank you.

Consett Cats, Consett

Dandelion & Arabis, from Rolvenden Cat Rescue, Kent, homed through Cat ChatThrough Cat Chat, Dandelion (left) and Arabis (right) went to their new home yesterday along with another cat. Still a little shy, but it is early days. Fantastic result! Many thanks for your help.

Rolvenden Cat Rescue, Kent

Milo, from Burton Upon Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe, homed through Cat ChatMilo went to his new home on Sunday after being spotted on Cat Chat, and appears to be settling well. He came into rescue 17 months ago with a poorly paw and was a very nervous cat. Thanks to lots of tlc from his fosterer he is now an adorable loving affectionate boy.

Burton Upon Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe

Waffle & Mimi from Marjorie Nash Cat Rescue, Amersham, homed through Cat ChatMimi (left) and Waffle (right), mother and daughter, came in together when Mimi had another litter of kittens and they were brought in as a strays.  They were both very shy and have been with us for many months, but they came round and at last their luck changed when someone spotted their details on our Cat Chat homing page.  We are so very pleased that they can go together, as they are very close, and that they are going to an old people's home so there should be plenty of comfy chairs, warm laps and fusses for them!  Thanks again Cat Chat!

Marjorie Nash Cat Rescue, Amersham

Tom, from Furballs Rescue, Camberley, homed through Cat ChatTom was seen on the Cat Chat Overlooked Cats section and his new mummy is more than happy to give Tom all the time he needs to trust her and feel comfortable :)

Furballs Rescue, Camberley

 Dottie, Daisy & Pepper from Cats in Need, Hinkley, homed through CatChatMany many thanks from us all.  In March our tabby girls Dottie (left) and Daisy found their new homes as well as our little shy boy Pepper (right) after being seen on our homing page on Cat Chat. Well done!!

Cats in Need, Hinkley

Wispa & Wynter, from 8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield, homed through Cat ChatWe're absolutely over the moon that these two timid little girls have found the special home they were needing, thanks to Cat Chat.

8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield

Teddy & Buttons from Rugeley Cats Society, rehomed through CatChatNervous cats Teddy (left) and Buttons (right) have now been rehomed after being seen on CatChat's Overlooked Cats section.

Rugeley Cats Society, Rugeley

Susie, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatAnother long termer that has eventually found someone to put up with her and her obnoxious behaviour :) Susie had been with us nearly a year, she hated the rescue, the other cats and everyone who approached her got a whack just to remind them. After being seen on Overlooked Cats Susie was lucky, someone who wasn't daunted by her tantrums gave her a chance. A new mum and her own place has given Susie an attitude adjustment and she's settling well.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Alice & Alan, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatThis really is good news and all the credit goes to Cat Chat, Alice and Alan had been with us over six months from wild to still quite nervous but their new mum was not to be dissuaded! We are grateful to her for giving them a chance.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Phoebe & Purdy, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatWe put Phoebe (left) and Purdy (right) on our homing page without much hope, but the nervous mother and daughter fell on their paws when someone spotted them and decided to give them a chance.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Topsy and Simon from Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh, homed through Cat ChatBrilliant news: Topsy (left) & Simon (right) have now gone to a new home after being spotted on Cat Chat. They were pretty much semi-feral so they will have a fantastic life in their new home in the Hebrides with a fisherman - who will be spoiling them by supplementing their diet with lobster!! Thanks, as always for your help.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh

Cyril from Ann & Bill's Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch, homed through Cat ChatAfter being seen on Cat Chat, we have rehomed Cyril who has been with us for 18 months because he is very shy. But a couple whose cat has just died saw Cyril and said they would like to give him a home. Although he has been with us a long while and we have got attached to him, we knew that he needed a home that he can call his own. Good luck Cyril!

Ann & Bill's Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch

Clyde & Mac from Ann & Bill’s Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatAfter being seen on Cat Chat our Clyde and Mac have got a new home. A nice family came to see them and although they were a little bit shy, said yes they would like them to join their family.

Ann & Bill’s Cat Rescue, Hornchurch

Lucie from HappyCats Rescue, Borden, Hants. homed through Cat ChatSweet natured Lucie was very frightened when she arrived at HappyCats. We worked very hard to build her confidence, and now she has been homed through being seen on Cat Chat.

HappyCats Rescue, Borden, Hants.

Marmie and Pickle from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatSiblings Marmie (left) and Pickle (right) have found homes after being seen on Cat Chat. They went separately, but at the same time, this was especially rewarding as they were both slightly nervous.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Memmet from Canino Animal Rescue, Northampton, homed through Cat ChatOur lovely, timid Memmet was adopted this week thanks to being seen on Cat Chat! Many thanks to everyone!

Canino Animal Rescue, Northampton

Kali and Lennie from Ann & Bill's Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch, homed through Cat ChatKali (left) and Lennie (right). A young couple saw us on your website and came to see our cats. One of the cats was very shy and scared of people, they have named her Kali. The other one, Lennie the tortie, was full of herself, and very friendly. So thank you Cat Chat.

Ann & Bill's Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch

Rescue cats Doreen, Paris and Harvey from Bromley & District Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatThe really great news is that three of our most nervous cats, Doreen, Paris and Harvey have all been homed together, thanks to our Cat Chat page!
They've gone to live with a lovely couple who have experience with nervous cats, and who wanted to offer a home to cats who might otherwise not get a
chance. Needless to say, we are delighted!

Bromley & District Cat Rescue

Rescue cat Bella  from National Animal Welfare Trust - Thurrock, homed through Cat ChatBella came to us as, being shy, she couldn’t cope with a busy household of young children and several dogs. She is now happy and relaxed in a new home. Many thanks.


National Animal Welfare Trust, Thurrock

ginger cat adopted from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare NottsThe beautiful Amber has left us after being spotted on Cat Chat, she is slowly settling in and responding to the patience of her new owners. It is so nice when people are prepared to give a more nervous cat a chance.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Rescue cat Cadbury from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatAfter spending several months with us, big, shy lad Cadbury moved on to his own pad. He is reported to have settled, even though he is still slightly nervous, but has been confirmed as a permanent resident. Cadbury was seen on our Cat Chat Homing Page and owes his new life to Cat Chat and his wonderful mum.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Rescue cat Bibi from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatAnother nervous little cat that has found life after Kirkby. Bibi's new dad saw our Cat Chat Homing Page, took our advice and adopted this shy soul that was apparently just like his previous cat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Rescue cat Paddington from Little Cottage Rescue, Luton, homed through Cat ChatPaddington was 'almost friendly' when rescued and slowly started to trust people. After being on Cat Chat he was offered a rural home, where he is slowly making friends with the children and seems very happy.

Little Cottage Rescue, Luton

Rescue cat Freddie from National Animal Welfare Trust, Thurrock, homed through Cat ChatFreddie has been homed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat. He came to us as a very frightened stray, but is now enjoying being on his new owners’ laps!

Many thanks.

National Animal Welfare Trust, Thurrock

Rescue cats Ella & Stella from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatEventually, these two lovely, but slightly nervous, girls found someone to give them a chance. We'd had lots of enquiries about them from their listing on Cat Chat, but their temperament meant it took a while to find the right home. They are now slowly settling and owe their new lives, thanks to Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottinghamshire

Rescued Tabby cat homed from Kirkby Cats HomeNervous Hamish has fallen lucky – he has found a lovely outdoor home where he can spend his days mooching about in his new position of pest control officer! We put Hamish on Cat Chat not expecting any takers and were pleasantly surprised.

Hamish says thank you Cat Chat!

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

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