**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



  •   Female
  •   Domestic
  •   2 years old
  •   From Hawkinge
  • 2 year old female Kizzy was handed over to us in April 2019 because she was unsuitable with children. She is a lovely and affectionate girl who needs time to get to know you. She can be unpredictable, especially when she is scared. We believe that once she is happy in a new home she will calm down and be a lovely companion. She is micro chipped and a home without children or dogs is best for her


  • Male
  •   Domestic
  •  4-5 years old
  •  From Sandgate
  •  Banksy was handed over to us in April 2019 because he had been living as a stray. We do not have any history on him but the short time we have known him, we can tell that will be a lovely companion for somebody. He certainly looks like he’s been in the wars and he’s covered in scars so he needs lots of tlc to get him to be even more big and handsome than he already is. He may not look it but he sure is a work of art to us! He is a shy at first and does lash out because he is scared but once he knows you are not going to hurt him, he laps up all the attention. He is becoming more brave and rubbing around our legs at meal times. Now he follows us around always wanting attention! We have neutered him. A home without children is advisable. He has a Grade 4 heart murmur and arthritis in his back legs which requires long term medication. He is micro chipped.

Pippa (to be homed with Titch)

  • Female
  •   Domestic
  • 12 years old
  •   From Hawkinge
  •  Pippa and her friend Titch were handed over to us in April 2018 because their owners moved abroad. She is a sweet, big fluffy girl who is a little shy at first but she enjoys a fuss. She is not as outgoing as Titch but she does venture out of her pen occasionally. We suggest to have separate litter trays for the time they are advised to be kept indoors as Pippa does tend to poo on the floor but hopefully once she is allowed to go outside she will do it there. Pippa is close to Titch and they must be homed together. They are said to be fine with older children and they have lived with a dog. Pippa has a micro chip.

Titch (to be homed with Pippa)

  •   Male
  •   Domestic
  •  16 years old
  •   From Hawkinge
  •  Titch and his friend Pippa were handed over to us in April 2018 because their owners moved abroad. He is a lovely, friendly old boy who loves to head rub with you. He likes to wander around the sanctuary and is often seen getting a fuss from visitors. Titch has a Grade 3 heart murmur and he is on medication twice daily for a thyroid condition. He is a good boy to medicate. Titch and Pippa are close and must be homed together. They are said to be fine with older children and they have lived with a dog.


  •   Female
  •  Domestic
  •  6 years old
  •   From Walmer
  •   Peanut was handed over to us in August 2018 because she is very unpredictable and her behaviour towards the children worsened. Now she is settled with us in the sanctuary, she is happier out of her pen and will let us fuss her but only on her terms. She loves treats. She does not like loud noises and is nervous so a nice quiet home would suit her with no children. She has a micro chip.


  •  Male
  •   Domestic
  •  9 years old
  •   From West Hougham
  •   Gizmo was handed over to us in February 2018 because his behaviour worsened around a baby. He is unpredictable but he does have a very friendly, affectionate side to him and he is a confident boy who will say hello to any visitors to the sanctuary but fuss on his terms. He is one of the first cats to greet you at the gate in the sanctuary and if you stand still long enough, he will climb up onto your shoulders. We are told that he is a good hunter so we feel that a home without children and preferably not elderly, with lots of space to go out hunting would suit him best. He has been micro chipped.


  •   Female
  •   Domestic
  •   7-8 Years
  •   From Dymchurch
  •  Monkey was handed over to us in December 2016 because her owner had a change of circumstances. She is not keen on the other cats and spends all of her time in a little house by the entrance to the sanctuary. She prefers to be indoors and she needs a quiet home where she can do her own thing and be the only cat. She does have a very friendly side to her but will soon let you know when she has had enough. We do not advise her to go with children or elderly as she is unpredictable. She has a Grade 4 heart murmur.
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