These lovely cats are currently available for adoption – could you give one of these felines their forever home? Have you a suitable home (and lap) to offer?

If you are interested in potentially adopting one of our cats, please call us on 0161 975 0784 for an informal chat (Mon-Sat 10am-5pm), or send us an email at purrs@heatonscats.org.uk, and we’ll get back in touch as soon as we can.

Provided you are a suitable match, we can arrange an appointment for you to come and visit! Or, if you’d prefer, we have an open re-homing session on Saturdays between 2 and 4pm.

If you’d like to come down then, no appointment is needed, however we may not have enough time to see you on the day you attend – if you book an appointment over the phone we will see you at the time you requested. So we advise you book an appointment to avoid disappointment.

Please check out our re-homing policy before visiting.

As we do homechecks, it is not possible to take a cat or kitten immediately. We ask to see ID with proof of address, and aim to do a home / address check within 4 – 5 days.

  • Jess

    Jess is approximately 6-8 years old. Jess is in our care after sadly one of our volunteers passed away a few weeks ago. Jess is a very timid cat who is easily spooked, all Jess need is a patient owner who can care for her and keep her safe. Jess loves household luxuries and having […]

  • Hettie

    Hettie is another retired mummy. Having been rescued from a house with multiple un-neutered males, Hettie has had at least 2 litters in her short life, but thankfully she will have no more. She was such a wonderful mum but now she can live a life for herself. Hettie is very playful and not surprising […]

  • Minnie

    Minnie came into the Heatons with her 4 babies. Minnie is 18 months old and now retired from being a mum after having multiple litters in her very short life. Despite all of this Minnie is one of the most sweet natured cats. She loves humans and every time you go near her pen she […]

  • Celeste

    Celeste is one of our beautiful ex-mums. She is approximately 1 year old, and is a very small cat. She raised 4 healthy babies at the Heatons. Celeste is the definition of a princess, she loves to be pampered and carried around making her feel like she is the most important cat in the world. […]

  • Annie

    Annie is 1-2 years old. She was found with her babies and unfortunately not very well looked after, and very skinny. Her babies were cared for elsewhere and we took in Annie. Annie has seen the vet a few times to try and help her gain weight, and also try to help the hair on […]

  • Spike

    Spike is 11 months old. He is such a gentle boy. Spike came into us with some rather nasty war wounds from fighting with other un-neutered cats in his area. With a visit to the vets we were informed one of Spike’s wounds had become an abscess but luckily it had not burst yet so […]

  • Tabby

    Tabby is a 9 year old female. She is quite a nervous cat who needs an owner that can give her a quiet and secure home. Tabby is a lovely cat who has ended up in the Heatons through no fault of her own. She would need an experienced cat owner who would understand that […]