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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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.
Lucy is around 1-2 years old. She was found in a shed earlier this year with her beautiful babies (if any of you remember Panda who we lost due to him not growing properly this is his amazing mum). Lucy has been with us for so long because after caring for her babies so well […]
Rascal found his way to us at the Heatons. He appeared one day for food and we got into a nice routine feeding him every morning and night, He slowly began to come closer to us and it began our mission to trap him on the hope we could get him neutered and then release […]
Amber is our gorgeous tortie, aged about 18 months. Amber has had three kittens, who have all been rehomed, and she is now looking for her own permanent home. She is super friendly, and would be fine with older children or calm other cats. Amber should be ready by mid December, once she is spayed […]
Eve is the mum of Finlay, Cameron, April and Dexter who are currently also up for adoption. Eve has the Feline Coronavirus, she was rescued from a shed with her beautiful babies, when we were looking after her babies Eve came around to us and would let us stroke her head because she knew we […]