**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. 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 £50 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


Socks & Tipple

  •   Female/Male
  •   Domestic
  •  10 years old/7 years old
  •   From London
  •  Mother and son Socks and Tipple were displaced in a move. They have lived as indoor cats so are finding life in the sanctuary a bit scary and not venturing out of their pen. Socks is the female and she used to a stray cat. She is said to be an independent girl who likes to be near you but is not a lap cat or wants to be picked up. Tipple the male has never been outside and he too is independent and not keen on being picked up. He has a Grade 4 heart murmur. We advise a home where they have to stay indoors, without other pets or children. They will take a time to trust you but a loving home is all they need where they can be with somebody who does not mind that they are not affectionate and has the patience to maybe win them round.


  •   Female
  •   Domestic
  •   9 years old
  •   From London
  •  Lola was bought into the sanctuary because her owner became unwell. She is a little timid at first and takes a while to get used to you. She is affectionate only on her terms. She is not used to being handled, other animals or children but a nice quiet home would suit her where she can do her own thing. She has a micro chip.
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