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Bonnie, Tommy & Ginge, from Maesteg Animal Welfare  Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatBonnie (left) has had such a hard life. She came from a household of many pets and RSPCA involvement. She escaped but was found hiding heavily pregnant in a nearby garden. She had 5 kittens all black and white. She is 6 years old so has probably endured many births. She has put on a lot of weight now, she has become very trusting and friendly and has had time to get over feeding 5 kittens. Tommy (middle) is small for his age. His owners moved but did not take him with them. He prefers to be indoors, possibly because he was left out all the time. Poor Ginge (right) came from a difficult home. We have no idea what sort of a life she has had, except she has had lots of kittens. She was not in a good state when she came in and heavily pregnant. Sadly 2 of her kittens died as she was very emaciated when she came in. One of the kittens survived but mum. All three cats have now found their forever homes thanks to Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Buddy, from Team Cat Rescue, Birmingham, homed through Cat ChatBuddy was a big, beautiful and affectionate young fellow in search of a place in someone’s heart and home. He was rehomed after appearing on the Cat Chat Overlooked page - but boy, he's not overlooked any more! He has a great new Mom, and was on her lap within the day! Buddy's fosterer, says "I don't think he'd ever been on my lap. And within 2 days of being adopted, he was sporting a collar too! We miss him and still love him, but a forever home is always the best outcome".

Team Cat Rescue, Birmingham

Winston & Simba, from Maesteg Animal Welfare  Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatWinston, black and white and Simba the tabby and white are totally inseparable. They were advertised on Facebook as the owner was fed up of having cats!!! Before anyone could intercept them, a member of the public took them in as they had lost their cat. We all hoped they went to a family home. Within one week we were then contacted to see if we would take the cats in because their cat had now returned home!! So not so much love given to them. They were very nervous when they came in as within one week they had been passed around not knowing where they were. Thanks to Cat Chat, they have now been rehomed together.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Slippy & Oscar, from Maesteg Animal Welfare  Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatSlippy (left) was abandoned on the slipway of the M4 motorway, hence his name. He was found in a remote spot without any houses near. He is a beautiful boy and very quiet, not the usual temperament of an unneutered tomcat. Oscar (right) - what a life and homes he has had through no fault of his own! He left us as a young kitten. Unknown to us that person passed him on to someone else despite signing a contract that all cats are to be returned to us if they can no longer keep them. His second home was not a good one as he was not being fed properly and went very thin. He visited another home where they fed him but unfortunately their cat did not like this intruder!! He came back to us and found a wonderful home with an elderly couple who adored him. Disaster again! The elderly lady had to go into a home and the gentleman was ill in hospital and unable to look after him, and the rest of the family didn't want him. Thankfully both cats have now been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Mr Williams, Wilf & Keith, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatPoor Mr Williams (left) had been in the rescue for a while, homed and returned twice due to circumstances beyond his control and then tested positive for FIV, all seemed very bleak. However out of the blue one of our previous adopters saw him on Cat Chat and gave him a chance. He is now happily settled and enjoying life. Sweet Wilf (middle) came in with a bad neck injury that needed extensive stitching, however this didn't stop his new mum taking to him, she was looking for a companion and Wilf has taken his new job seriously. Keith (right) is another lucky boy who has found a lovely home after a while at Kirkby, his new mum looked past his battered, battle scarred body to the lovely natured boy beneath.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Georgie, from South Oxhey Animal Rescue, Watford, homed through Cat ChatGeorgie had to be given up through no fault of his own as his owner had to move to a flat. He only has 3 legs; one hind foot has no nails and the other hind foot has distorted nails. In spite of all this, he can get around very well and it doesn't stop him playing. He loves to chase a ball. He has the sleekest fur and loves cuddles and rolling over for a stroke. He is also very chatty. Georgie was spotted on Cat Chat and has now found his forever home.

South Oxhey Animal Rescue, Watford

The gorgeous Odin finally (8.5 months later) got his furever home after being spotted on our Cat Chat page. It’s third time lucky for Odin, having found his last home after being spotted on here with his wife Luna. A sudden change in family circumstances meant they came back to us. In January we sadly lost Luna, and Odin was grief stricken. We added him back on Cat Chat and then the right home came along. As you can see Odin has quickly become Lord of the Manor! 

Aylesbury Cat Rescue, Buckinghamshire

Poppy, Roonie, Kitty & Bubbles, from RSPCA Macclesfield, South East Cheshire & Buxton, homed through Cat ChatThis is a happy ending that will really hit you right in the feels and make your week so much brighter….our family of four oldies were adopted TOGETHER! We are still pinching ourselves, we have rehomed trios on a couple of occasions but four... and such elderly cats too: 15 year old mother Poppy, with her three 13 year old boys Roonie, Kitty and Bubbles. There truly are some amazing people out there with big hearts. Here are some photos of them loving life and living out their golden years in the comforts of a loving home. They were spotted on Cat Chat.

RSPCA Macclesfield, South East Cheshire & Buxton

Eddie, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatEddie was left to fend for himself and, being a long-haired cat, his fur was seriously matted and he had to be completely shaved as he had been out so long without any grooming. He is so friendly so must have been loved at sometime. Thanks to Cat Chat, he has now been homed. Without this site I don’t think he would have been rehomed. Thank you.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Jasmine, Barney & Leo from Kathy's Cat Rescue, Merseyside, homed through Cat ChatHere are Jasmine on the left who is the Mum, and her handsome kittens, Leonardo & Barney on the right. They were originally going to be homed separately, but they really do love being together and so we were hoping someone out there would have a really big heart and room for three little furballs in their life. We are so happy that thanks to being spotted in the Overlooked Cats section of Cat Chat, this threesome now have a home together. Thank you Cat Chat.

Kathy's Cat Rescue, Merseyside

Scruffy from Lucky Cat Rescue, Lincolnshire, homed through Cat ChatWhen Scruffy was brought in he was filthy, matted, flea ridden, smelly and had a chronic diarrhoea. He's a lovely natured boy, gets on great with people and dogs but is highly aggressive towards cats. After months of work and care he was ready for a home of his own. He was spotted on Cat chat and has finally after a long wait found a wonderful new home with a gentleman who had been on his own for some time and was in need of a companion. Thank you Cat Chat!

Lucky Cat Rescue, Lincolnshire

Joey from Wonkey Pets, Northampton, homed through Cat ChatJoey came to us as part of a large rescue involving over 30 cats from the same home. Sadly they had been neglected and all have needed urgent medical attention. Joey was having trouble eating as he had a badly infected mouth full of rotten teeth. He needed lots of teeth removing but has recovered well and now enjoys food without the pain and discomfort he had experienced for so long. He was also been born with a condition called microphthalmia where one of his eyes hasn't developed properly. Joey was one of the shyer boys of the group when he arrived and it took us a while to be allowed to stroke him but he is now the sweetest lad who loves a fuss from us and will allow us to pick him up too. Thankfully he was spotted on Cat Chat and has now found a loving new home. We couldn't be happier.

Wonkey Pets, Northampton

Niska, from Cat Rescue West Wales, St Clears, homed through Cat ChatFriendly Niska was found as a stray after having had kittens in someone's garden. Niska herself isn't even a year old. On arrival into the rescue she was very skinny with discolouration to her fur. She is now eating well and her semi long fur has already started getting a lovely soft gloss to it. She has now been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Cat Rescue West Wales, Whitland

Kitty, from Burton-upon Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe, homed through Cat ChatSix-year-old Kitty came into rescue when her owner died. At this time she was very stressed and had started to pull out her fur. Over time she became more confident and loving and her coat once again grew thick and glossy. For several months though Kitty was overlooked until a gentleman saw her details on the Cat Chat website. Sadly his wife had recently passed away followed soon after by the loss of his dog. Having had cats in his life in the past, he decided he would like a cat as a companion and he and Kitty bonded in no time. Kitty is now living in the ideal quiet home we were looking for and is once again a happy cat living the spoilt life she deserves.

Burton-upon Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe

Charlotte, Whisky & Peanut, from Nuneaton & Hinckley Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatA big thank you due! Charlotte (left), a lovely little girl who came in to our care after being dumped in a garden with her kittens, found a new home after being seen on our Cat Chat page. Whisky and Peanut (right), a pair of ginger boys dumped by the side of a busy A road who had to be trapped as they were so terrified, have now found their new home where they are the centre of their new owner's world. Many thanks.

Nuneaton & Hinckley Cats in Need, Hinckley

Kenco, from Nuneaton & Hinckley Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatKenco came into our care as a stray and very pregnant ! She loves people and likes everybody but the postman, it is still a mystery as to why. She is an eating machine and would raid worktops, tables and wherever she could grab something. But having had four hungry mouths to feed for weeks, we'll forgive her. She is not much of a lap cat at the monent as she still feels the need to be keeping an eye on her very naughty kittens, but she likes a pick up cuddle and tummy rub. Only really being a bit of a baby herself and having had to fend for herself for much of the time she has not had too much of a chance to relax so far. Kenco and her babies all found their forever homes having been seen on our Cat Chat page. Huge thanks to all.

Nuneaton & Hinckley Cats in Need, Hinckley

Matilda & Maisie, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatMatilda (left) has not had a good start in life. She had 6 kittens in a shed which did not belong to her owner, as a result she was scooted out and her kittens were about to be drowned. Someone intercepted these kittens and we bottle fed them until they were old enough to be rehomed. An advert was then put onto FB with this little cat on it as a kind person was feeding her. She was recognised as the mother of the kittens we had so we took her in. At this point we got her spayed straight away to find she was in the early stages of pregnancy again. She is a beautiful cat, very friendly and quite petite. Maisie (right) was found in a layby. We don't know whether she was dumped, wandered and lost her way or just left behind. Maisie is a tiny cat, she is so small we thought she was only about 6 months old, until we found her details on a chip. Both have now been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Ginge & Buster, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatPoor Ginge (left) belonged to someone who could not look after him. He is a lovely boy, very friendly and deserved better. His ex-owner never let him inside the house, but never gave him a shelter either. Buster (right) is such a lovely boy, unfortunately his mum died and he did not realise why he had been put into rescue. Both have now been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Midnight’s kittens & Sieffer, from Ren’s Rescue, Hull, homed through Cat ChatMidnight's three kittens (left) were found on the engine block of a van as it was being driven away. Luckily the driver heard them meow! Poor Sieffer (right) has been through a very hard time. He's spent his entire life with the same family ,and with another cat called Aries. His family were forced to give up both cats and asked Ren's Rescue to take them in. They proved to be very affectionate, quiet, gentle cats, who loved to curl up next to each other. Sadly Aries died and so Sieffer has lost everyone he's known all his life. Thankfully they’ve all found new homes thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

Ren’s Rescue, Hull

Tom from Small Pet and Cat Care, Hull, homed through Cat ChatAfter Tom's owner moved and left him behind, he lived on the streets for a few years which took its toll on him. He had a bad abcess wound which required two operations and he came to Small Pet and Cat Care when he recovered. He also has FeLV and was looking for a home with an understanding and patient owner who would help him to trust humans again. We are glad to say he was spotted on Cat Chat by a lovely young man and now has his furever home.

Small Pet and Cat Care, Hull

Toby, from Babs Cats, Swanley, homed through Cat ChatThis is the handsome Toby, a very loving 10 year old. He was looking for a very special home as he is blind so he needed to be an indoor cat. He has now found a forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Babs Cats, Swanley

Mr Stripes, Izzy & Dot, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatBig, friendly tabby lad Mr Stripes (left) eventually found a home as a family pet and companion, he was made for the job. Having three legs didn't stop Izzy (middle) being snapped up, she didn't even manage 24 hours on our homing page. Little Dot (right) was with us a while and then had a queue wanting her, it goes that way sometimes. All three were spotted on our Cat Chat page.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Kahzia, Eywa & Nehtiri from Cat Action Trust 1977 Doncaster South, rehomed through Cat ChatI found Skuggi (originally Eywa) and Pandora (Neytiri) at Cat Action Trust Doncaster South, via Cat Chat. When we collected them from their foster home in September last year we also met their mother Kahzia (left). They had been rescued from a garden when the kittens were only a few hours old. Their mother was still a kitten herself. I kept seeing pictures of Kahzia on the charity's Facebook page and by January we had decided we needed to take her as well. So we adopted Kahzia who became Agatha. They are all so loved by us all, I am so glad that we decided to take the entire family.

Sonjia, South Yorkshire

Larry from Stokey Cats... and dogs, Hackney, homed through Cat ChatLarry was found lying down in the middle of the pavement and taken to the vets as a matter of urgency. He was very lethargic but luckily it was nothing more serious than a very bad and deep abscess on his face. Larry's injury healed within few weeks, he recovered well and as we were not able to find his owners we opted for rehoming. Handsome, friendly Larry who has been in our foster care for almost one year, has recently been spotted on CatChat by a lovely person who instantly fell in love with him. Larry sent us this beautiful photo from his home and we couldn't be happier seeing him exploring a home he can finally call his home. Thank you CatChat!

Stokey Cats... and dogs, Hackney

Dingle from Aylesbury Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatDingle had a very happy home until a new baby made him ill with cystitis. His humans tried everything but he couldn't cope and had to come to us. Fortunately he got his forever home after being seen in the Overlooked Cats section of Cat Chat. His lovely new owners weren't put off by his cystitis flaring up again, they happily waited for us to get him sorted out before he went to start his new life with them.

Aylesbury Cat Rescue

Lynx, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatHandsome Lynx is a rather large tomcat. His mother was feral but he became very tame. He had been kept outside for the last two years because the child in the house was allergic. He has now been rehomed: his new owners travelled all the way from Devon to South Wales after seeing him on Cat Chat, 2 1/2 hour journey to pick him up! Thank you so much for this site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Teddy from Kathy's Cat Rescue, Merseyside and Cheshire homed through Cat ChatLovely Teddy the 10 year old boy with a cauliflower ear, liked to snooze and potter about quietly. He found one home but didn't get on with the resident cat and had to come back. He has now fallen on his paws and gone to a wonderful home. His new owner, who found him on Cat Chat and adopted him from Kathy's Cat Rescue 5 months ago, says he is still very skittish but he's getting there.

Kathy's Cat Rescue, Merseyside

Freddy & Boo from Yorkshire Animal Shelter, homed through Cat ChatFreddy (black male ) and Boo (tortie female) were abandoned next to the M62 and left to die. Freddy was so thin and dehydrated he almost didn't make it. Boo is very friendly and playful. Freddy is far more wary of people, probably due to the amount of horrible tasting medication and intensive nursing he has had! Boo was diagnosed with cerebella hyperplasia which is a condition she was born with. It does not affect her in any way apart from having a slightly wobbly walk. The great news is, Freddy and Boo were spotted on Cat Chat and have now found an amazing new home. Thanks so much for all the effort you make giving cats like these the chance of a fabulous life.

Yorkshire Animal Shelter, Leeds

Snuffles, from Cats in Need, Nuneaton & Hinckley homed through Cat ChatSnuffles was brought to us after being found collapsed in the snow. She was very weak, unable to stand or eat, and full of flu. This frail, elderly cat was given a warm bed, liquid food and lots of rest. She made an excellent recovery, and has now found a long-term foster placement where her daily needs are met but we’ll continue to meet any necessary veterinary care. Her new family had previously enquired about a similar cat via Cat Chat. Snuffles is now a special companion to a lady who is unable to get out of bed. We are happy that we were able to help Snuffles, who now has such an important role! Thanks.

Cats in Need, Nuneaton & Hinckley

Patrick & Jinx, from Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone homed through Cat ChatPatrick (left) is our male model... a little shy at first but then he got into the photo shoot and vogued! Jinx (right) is a beautiful girl of about 5 years of age and yes... minus an eye. She was a stray and had some sort of accident in the last 12 months and that the eye had to be removed. They’ve now been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat Many thanks for your ongoing support!

Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone

Pearl & River, from 8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield homed through Cat ChatPearl (left) & River's (right) lives (and those of the rest of their family) went into free fall when their dad was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour. Everything changed, the family had to move to be able to cope with end of life care, and these lovely girls landed in rescue. They're sweet, affectionate cats who just couldn’t understand what happened to their world. Luckily they’ve now found a new home thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield

Betty Boo from Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful, slightly boss-eyed, Betty Boo was looking for a safe home in a quiet location to avoid injury because the vet says she bleeds more than most. The good news is this loving and affectionate girl has found her perfect home as a result of being seen on Cat Chat.

Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford

George, from Babs Cats, Swanley, homed through Cat ChatFriendly eight year old George needed a home on his own. George only has half a tail, but it doesn't hold him back. He came in a stray and is very clean. George has now found a new home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Babs Cats, Swanley

Peggy, from Feline Friends Rehoming, Medway, homed through Cat ChatPeggy is a lovely, friendly, black & white female of about 2 to 3 years old. She only has 3 legs, but gets around really well. We don't know the history of how she lost her leg, it was probably a car accident. She has now found her forever home through Cat Chat. Many thanks for your help!

Feline Friends Rehoming, Medway

Jerry, Kitty and Morgansa, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatJerry (left) came to us because he was left behind when his owner moved in with a partner that did not like cats. He has put on a good deal of weight since he has been with us and loves a lap to sit on, and is very good with other cats. Little Miss Kitty (middle) came to us with her brother and babies, her owner said that her child became allergic to the cats. She has a gentle nature. Morgansa (right), big girl with a huge heart, has been hanging around for months relying on neighbours to feed her. At first we would not take her in as she had such a good nature, looked so well fed and clean that we believed she belonged to someone. However after trawling around in the rain knocking doors and putting up leaflets, we have had no joy in finding an owner. All three have now been rehomed via Cat Chat, thank you so much for this site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Pixie-Bob, from Star Cat Rescue, Market Rasen, homed through Cat ChatPixie-Bob arrived in care when caught in a trap set for what we assumed was our abandoned kittens mother. We are unsure if the mother was dumped with the day old kittens, or if Pixie is the Tabby cat that was seen in the field during that same week. It really is a mystery as the location is miles from habitation and it was only due to the vigilance of farm workers that the box was found. Whatever the background story is.... it no longer matters as Pixie-Bob has now been homed thanks to Cat Chat.

Star Cat Rescue, Market Rasen

Lily Bea from Rolvendon Cat Rescue, Kent, homed through Cat ChatThis lovely girl had a rather large lump on her back which turned out to be malignant, but the cancer had not spread. It was removed but because of her illness she was looking for a long term foster home, with the shelter meeting the costs of any treatment. Some very special people saw Lily Bea on Cat Chat and she is now permanently fostered with them. Happy outcome for lovely Lily Bea.

Rolvendon Cat Rescue, Kent

Mr Clifton from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatMr Clifton was a very handsome and friendly ginger and white boy, who had unfortunately contracted FIV and was looking for a secure indoor home. After being seen on Cat Chat he is now setting into a loving forever home and so far it's all good news.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Victoria & Barnabas from Nuneaton and Hinckley Cats in Need, homed through Cat ChatBarnabas came in as a stray, and his mum took Victoria, who was abandoned by her own mum, in with her own litter. Victoria and Barnabas were very close and were looking for a home together. Victoria was quite timid and they were overlooked in favour of their much friendlier siblings until they were spotted on Cat Chat and found their very own forever home together.

Nuneaton and Hinckley Cats in Need

Keisha from Nuneaton and Hinckley Cats in Need, rehomed through Cat ChatAfter being seen on our Cat Chat page Keisha, our little stray, went to her new home. Picked up with a severe tail injury she eventually had to have it amputated, but this feisty little lady never let get her down and she is is now happy and settled in her new home. Many thanks to all at Cat Chat.

Nuneaton and Hinckley Cats in Need

Mr Grey, from All Animal Rescue, Southampton, homed through Cat ChatMr Grey was a rather large, beautiful cat, who was underweight and in poor condition because he was in the early stages of renal failure. He was super friendly and loved nothing more than sitting on your lap and having a stroke. His special diet and veterinary care was expensive and so he was looking for a very special dedicated cat lover to give him an extra caring home. We are so pleased to say that he has now found a very caring home, thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

All Animal Rescue, Southampton

Penny from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatPoor little Penny, her mum died, then the men came to board up her house and she just did not know why she could not get inside her home, or why her mistress ​wasn't calling her in!  Penny was out in the cold for 2 weeks before a neighbour contacted us about her situation. We had been told she had several litters but was now neutered. ​She had lived with an elderly lady who apparently had no family so Penny was ​her only company. She is a quiet girl and we are so pleased she was spotted on Cat Chat and now has her own loving home again.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Elsa from Nikki's Cat Rescue, Melton Mowbray, homed through Cat ChatElsa was born deaf so she was looking for an indoor only home. She received a lot of interest after being added to the Overlooked cats section and was spotted there by a lovely young couple who have experience of cats with special needs. They lost their 3 legged cat 9 months ago. This left a very big hole in their lives and they really wanted to give a forever home to another cat with special needs. So Elsa has found her perfect indoor home thanks to Cat Chat.

Nikki's Cat Rescue, Melton Mowbray

Leonard, from Stokey Cats...and Dogs, London, homed through Cat ChatWe are very pleased to say that Leonard has found his forever loving home through Cat Chat. Leonard came to us as one of many local strays in need of help. He was very skinny, unneutered, and his mouth was extremely painful so he had all his teeth extracted. He recovered well and was patiently waiting for someone to fall in love with him. His human parents told us: "Leonard is doing wonderfully :) He has settled in well and seems to be enjoying himself. He has become very playful over the last couple of days. He's just so wonderful!" With many thanks and best wishes.

Stokey Cats...and Dogs, London

Teddy, from Kathy’s Cat Rescue, Wirral, homed through Cat ChatLovely, friendly Teddy with his cauliflower ear, has now fallen on his paws and just gone to a wonderful home, after being spotted on Cat Chat, where he will be loved and cared for!

Kathy’s Cat Rescue, Wirral

Ronnie, Roxy and Frankie, from Purrs Cat Rescue, Hornchurch, homed through Cat ChatThis trio of gorgeous cats were looking for a home together: Ronnie (left) and Roxy (centre) were 3 year old siblings. And then there’s Frankie (right), he’s almost three years old and followed Roxy and Ronnie’s owner home one day and decided to stay – he’s a gorgeous friendly boy too! Great news is that all three have just been homed very happily - together! And their home was found through Cat Chat! Thank you very very much!!

Purrs Cat Rescue, Hornchurch

Raven & Darcey, from Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone, homed through Cat ChatRaven (left) came to the shelter as an uneutered boy. He was in quite a poor state when he arrived, very dirty and matted. Raven has now been cleaned up and has a lovely silky coat. Darcey (right) was a sad little girl who came to the shelter after being found living rough and very pregnant. She has had her babies and is now neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped. They’ve now both been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat.

Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone

Monty, Marmalade & Blossom, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatMonty (left) was born with half a hind leg missing but this didn't stop him finding a new start in life through your website. Marmalade (centre) went from pet to rescue after her owner died but is now happily settled after being seen on Cat Chat. Blossom (right) is another lucky cat that owes her new start in life to Cat Chat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Tigger, Wilbur, Lizzie and Poppy, from Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone, homed through Cat ChatWe are pleased to tell you we have rehomed Tigger, Wilbur, Lizzie and Poppy during September. Here is Tigger. He had such a tough life but now has a forever home along with the others. Many thanks Cat Chat.

Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone

Jeremy, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatAfter overcoming a tragic life - his owner had him as a kitten, then got fed up of him and his brother and offered them free to anyone who wanted them - Jeremy was thankfully intercepted by a lady who did not want them to get into the wrong hands and came to us. He has a delightful character, vocal and very friendly, and he’s just been rehomed via Cat Chat, thank you for this site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

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