**While we do our best to take in cats for re-homing, we only have a limited amount of space available. Therefore, we have a waiting list in place and anyone wishing to give up their cat/cats to us, must first go on this list and will be prioritised by date of entry in fairness to all our customers.**

To all customers wishing to re-home a cat, please note that ALL of our cats have had veterinary check-ups. This includes testing for viruses, worming and flea treatments, neutering/spaying and vaccinations, we also now microchip all our cats before they leave the Sanctuary. If you decide you would like to take on a homeless cat, please note we do not do home checks on you – we believe that anyone kind enough to want to shelter a homeless animal should be trusted to care for that animal properly. We will try to match your circumstances and needs to those of the cats we show you. However, we do have to ask a minimum donation of £60 to help pay our costs. Even this amount will not cover the amount we have spent. We now accept payment by card.

Thank you for your understanding.

Please Note – The cats featured on this page are just a small selection of what we have available. Some cats that have been on here for a long time have been removed to make space for new cats (we can only post 22 cats on here but our Facebook page hosts more) but they do still need a home. Please see our Facebook page for more of a selection.



  •  Male
  •   Domestic
  •  9 years old
  •   From Wootton
  • Shandy originally came to us in April 2019 because his owner passed away. He was in his new home for eight months but he was handed back to us in March 2020 because he was not settled and kept running away. He is very playful and a friendly boy when he wants to be. He prefers it if you let him come to you as he can hiss and bite if you reach out to him. He’s very independent and he loves to be out exploring, doing his own thing. A home without children, other cats or dogs is advisable. He is micro chipped.


  •  Male
  •   Domestic
  • 6 years old
  •   From Ashford
  •  Toby was handed over to us in March 2020 because his owner passed away. From what we have learnt about him, he is a shy boy who is not too keen on us fussing him and hisses at us. We have neutered him and we hope that with time and patience he may become more friendly and tolerate of attention. He likes to explore the sanctuary but he does pick fights with some of the other cats so we believe that he is not happy with us. Possibly a farm cat but with the creature comforts of a home to live in. We advise a home with no children or other pets. We have micro chipped him.


  •  Female
  •   Domestic
  •   7-8 years old
  •   From Herne Bay
  •   Bentley was handed over to us in January 2020 because her elderly owner was unable to care for her anymore. She went to live with a relative but she was unsettled by the children. She is a friendly girl but shy and nervous. With time and patience to trust you, we believe she will be a lovely companion. A quiet household would be best for her with no children or other pets. We have micro chipped her.


  •   Female
  •   Domestic
  •  13 years old
  •   From Faversham
  •   Izzy was handed over to us in October 2019 because of a relationship breakdown. She is a sweet, friendly little cat who likes fusses only on her terms and she can be a little unpredictable. We believe a home where somebody is home a lot would suit her best and preferably with no other cats. She is micro chipped.


  •   Female
  •   Domestic
  •  13 years old
  •   From Rainham
  •   Chloe was handed over to us in November 2019 because no pets were allowed in the new property. She is said to be her own cat, independent and likes cuddles on her terms. She likes to go outdoors and she is micro chipped.

Cutie and Smudge

  •   Females
  •   Domestic
  •   13 years old
  •   From Herne Bay
  •  Cutie (dark torti) and Smudge (white patches) were handed over to us May 2019 because somebody was allergic to them. They are very loving, friendly, affectionate girls who love attention and they pull you in to lick you. They like to be around people and they would make a great addition to a home to somebody who can give them all the love they deserve. Cutie is getting a little grumpy in her old age, maybe because she is missing being in a home. They are both on once daily medication for their thyroids. We have micro chipped them. They do not seem to mind the other cats and we do not know how they are with children or dogs. They are close and must be homed together.