twenty for 2020 campaign

You did it! In fact, you helped us to home many more than 20 cats throughout the year. Thanks to your Shares, Tweets and support, 2020 turned into a terrific year for hundreds of long-stay cats who moved out of rescue care and into loving permanent new homes.

We are delighted to report that all of these very special campaign cats featured below are now living happily with their new owners and enjoying life to the full. What a super way to celebrate Cat Chat's 20th year!

Over 2 Years in Rescue

!! HOMED !!
Alfie and Ollie had been in the care of Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue for more than 2 years.

alfie and ollie cats from boltonThanks to your help, best pals Alfie & Ollie were seen on our Campaign, and have found their perfect forever home.

A spokesperson for Lancashire Paws Cat Rescue told us: "I am overjoyed for these beautiful, quirky boys; I love them so much and I know their new owners will do the same and give them a fabulous, loving home. HUGE thanks to Cat Chat for all your support and amazing help."

When stunning tuxedo tabby Alfie and fellow glamour boy Ollie met at the rescue, they quickly became best pals. A Bromance often takes years to develop, but not for these charming lads.

This dapper duo bonded in a way many of us yearn for - they truly are forever friends, and now they have their forever home... together.

As part of Cat Chat's twentieth anniversary celebrations, all cats adopted from our campaign were homed with a parcel of goodies including HiLife cat food, personalised cat collars from Kitty Collars and Feliway to help them adjust to their new life. All cats featured in the campaign were vet checked, neutered, vaccinated and microchipped before adoption.

Our Twenty for 2020 campaign ran throughout the year (and into early 2021) and helped many cats like Alfie & Ollie to find a new, loving and permanent home. 

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angela rippon“There are too many people in the world who are isolated, lonely and in need of companionship.

And there are too many cats looking for love, and a secure home.

Let's try and put the two together.”

Angela Rippon
television journalist and presenter