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Below are a selection of cats recently homed after being seen on Cat Chat.
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Loca, Chica, Vixen & Vinyl, from All Animal Rescue, Southampton, homed through Cat ChatLoca (left) and Chica (right) are 4 month old, domestic shorthair, tortie tabby, female kittens. They came into rescue with their mum as their owner sadly had to move and was unable to take them. They’re really sweet natured kittens, who have very good social skills with other cats and back off very calmly and gently if they tell them to go away. They have both been rehomed with the help of Cat Chat, likewise kittens Vixen & Vinyl.

All Animal Rescue, Southampton

Cooper, from RACR, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatHandsome black and white boy Cooper has finally been adopted, after his new family found him via Cat Chat.

RACR, Nottingham

Evie, General Picton & Polly, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatEvie (left) has had a bad start in life, she was left behind from a rescue that was shut down because of welfare issues! She was found wandering on a housing estate, was chipped so the owners were found. Unfortunately they denied it was their cat, despite the chip! Now rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat. General Picton (centre) is a large cat for his age (one) and still growing. He came to us under mysterious circumstances! He is the most talkative, friendly cat you can have, now that he knows he is safe. He’s now been rehomed after being seen on Cat Chat. Pretty Polly (right) was abandoned when her owner went to spend time at Her Majesty’s Pleasure. Now rehomed after being seen on Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Biscuit, from All Animal Rescue, Southampton, homed through Cat ChatLaid back pretty girl Biscuit is only two years old and came into rescue with her two daughters as her owner sadly had to move and was unable to take them. She has now found her forever home after being seen on Cat Chat.

All Animal Rescue, Southampton

Lottie & Lotus, from Yorkshire Animal Shelter, Leeds, homed through Cat ChatAfter being rescued in February this year from an overcrowded flat where they were living with 26 other cats, Lottie (left) and Lotus (right) were spotted on Cat Chat and have gone to a wonderful home with a really lovely couple. As awful as it was to wait so long it was worth it and we are so incredibly happy for them!

Yorkshire Animal Shelter, Leeds

William, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatLarge, big hearted boy William came into rescue due to his humans’ marriage breakdown. He has now been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat. Thank you for such a great site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Rosie & Jim, from All Animal Rescue, Southampton, homed through Cat ChatTwelve week old siblings Rosie (left) and Jim (right) were found at six weeks old in an empty house after mum was left behind when her owners moved out. They have now gone to their new homes thanks to Cat Chat.

All Animal Rescue, Southampton

Cindy & Gerald, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatThe vivacious little Cindy (left) charmed her way into her new home after a short appearance on our homing page. And well done Cat Chat, the impossible has happened, Gerald (right) has a home! Old, grumpy and scruffy Gerald was listed on our homing page without much hope but he's fallen on his paws which just goes to show there is someone for everyone.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Monty, Marmalade & Blossom, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatMonty (left) was born with half a hind leg missing but this didn't stop him finding a new start in life through your website. Marmalade (centre) went from pet to rescue after her owner died but is now happily settled after being seen on Cat Chat. Blossom (right) is another lucky cat that owes her new start in life to Cat Chat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Max, Polly & Snuffles, from Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatMax (left) had been with us since April but he eventually got lucky and found a new start after being seen on our Cat Chat homing page. A lucky little black cat, Polly (centre) has a five star home thanks to Cat Chat. Big, bossy Snuffles (right) found somewhere he didn't have to share with others and is happy at last.

Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham

Pinkie & Gertie, from Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatThese two little gems appeared on our Cat Chat homing page and found a home two days later, hardly surprising.

Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham

Mittens, from Lina’s Cat Rescue, Derby, homed through Cat ChatPretty Mittens is a very confident lady and likes to curl up on knees. She is playful but is sometimes a little overenthusiastic and uses her claws and teeth in a playful manner. Despite this, she has just bagged herself a new home after being seen on Cat Chat!

Lina’s Cat Rescue, Derby

tansy, from Cat Rescue Chippenham, Wiltshire, homed through Cat ChatPoor Tansy wasn't coping in her home with other cats, she was very stressed. Her owners thought it would be best for her to find another home which suited her timid character. After being seen on Cat Chat, she’s just gone to her new home. Thank you so much, your help has been invaluable this year.

Cat Rescue Chippenham, Wiltshire

Roxy, from RSPCA Durham & District, Durham, homed through Cat ChatRoxy is a very forward queen who loves giving and receiving affection. She has now been rehomed. Thanks Cat Chat, again and yet again!

RSPCA Durham & District, Durham

Smudge & kittens, from Ann & Bill's Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch, homed through Cat ChatAfter being seen on Cat Chat, we have rehomed the following: Smudge (left) - a couple who had lost their cat a little while ago decided it was time to have the sound of patter of little paws in their house. Also two of Smudge’s babies (right) have found a new family, and will be going shortly. We have also rehomed two more kittens from a litter of six, they went to live with a lady and her daughter.

Ann & Bill's Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch

Sparkle, Link & Zelda, from Burton-upon-Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe, homed through Cat ChatSparkle (left) took no time to settle into her new home but then we were not surprised as she is a lovely-natured girl. She is now the best friend of resident cat TJ and they love to play and sleep together. Although three-year old Sparkle (now renamed Sasha) had previously lived as an indoor cat, she has now had a taste of outdoor life and excitedly chases the autumn leaves. Sisters Link and Zelda (right) are very difficult to tell apart and so they have posh new collars to enable their new family to identify them. So they could get to know them a little, the family visited them in rescue on several occasions before taking them to their lovely new home. Link and Zelda have previously lived as indoor cats but will have the opportunity to go out into the secure garden if they wish. These cats were rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Burton-upon-Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe

Rescue cat Mushka from Cats in Distress, Frome, Somerset, homed through Cat Chat12 Year Old Mushka is a lovely friendly cat, who needed a new home when her family circumstances changed. Thanks to the help of Cat Chat, Mushka has now gone off to her new home.

Cats in Distress, Frome, Somerset

Meg rescue cat from Cat Action Trust 1977 - Nuneaton and Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatI'd like to give everyone at Cat Chat a massive thank you, not only for the amazing work you do, but also because I'd never have had Meg in my life without you.
She's incredibly loyal and loving, she loves nothing more than to join me in my gaming sessions, as you can see in my photo, she's the best and the perfect gaming buddy! Thank you again.

Dan, new human friend to Meg. Meg was at Cat Action Trust 1977 - Nuneaton & Hinckley

Watson from Cat Concern, homed through Cat ChatWatson is really happy and loves his new home. He was found through Cat Chat, thanks again.

Cat Concern, Glasgow.

Tigger, Wilbur, Lizzie and Poppy, from Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone, homed through Cat ChatWe are pleased to tell you we have rehomed Tigger, Wilbur, Lizzie and Poppy during September. Here is Tigger. He had such a tough life but now has a forever home along with the others. Many thanks Cat Chat.

Grendon Cat Shelter, Atherstone

Jeremy, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatAfter overcoming a tragic life - his owner had him as a kitten, then got fed up of him and his brother and offered them free to anyone who wanted them - Jeremy was intercepted by a lady who did not want them to get into the wrong hands and came to us. He has a delightful character, vocal and very friendly, and he’s just been rehomed via Cat Chat, thank you for this site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Luke from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatJust to say Luke our one eyed cat has been homed via Catchat. What would we do without you? Many thanks

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Dolly from Paws & Claws Animal Rescue Service, homed through Cat ChatWe are so happy to be able to tell you that Dolly, our traumatised, unhappy cat, has found her loving, perfect forever home thanks to CatChat! Her new mum and dad spotted her on your website and decided to give her the home she so longed for. We recently received an update which says that Dolly now sits on her mum's lap and even rubbed around a visitor's legs! She is still a little wary but, so far, has settled in remarkably well and quickly. It just goes to show that it is such a worthwhile thing to do to give a difficult-to-home cat (or any other difficult-to-home animal for that matter) a chance to find happiness again. Thank you so much for all your help.

Paws & Claws Animal Rescue Service, Haywards Heath

Sephton & Ginger from Kathy’s Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatAfter all this time I now have a home for Sephton & Ginger and they are going Thursday. The couple who have offered them a home found them on Cat Chat so it is solely thanks to Cat Chat they have a home! I am so pleased they can go together and the area is lovely, quiet road, lovely garden and lovely people.  Many thanks.

Kathy’s Cat Rescue, The Wirral

Lady P, Socks & Sam from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatJust to inform you that Lady P, Socks and Sam have been rehomed via Cat Chat, thank you so much, what would we do without this site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society

Lilly, from RSPCA Stort Valley, Harlow, homed through Cat ChatLilly is around two years old, very sweet and loves attention. Lilly is a little shy, but given time and affection we are sure she will become a most loving companion. Lilly has now found her forever home after being seen on Cat Chat.

RSPCA Stort Valley, Harlow

Kiki & Elsie, from All Animal Rescue, Southampton, homed through Cat ChatEighteen-month old Kiki (left) came into rescue after being found as a pregnant stray. Her finder managed to find a home for all the kittens but was unable to find a home for Kiki. She has now found one, thanks to being seen on Cat Chat. Affectionate, shy Elsie (right) came into the rescue as sadly her owner passed away. She has also now been rehomed after being seen on Cat Chat.

All Animal Rescue, Southampton

Floss & Oreo, from Yorkshire Animal Shelter, Leeds, homed through Cat ChatOur kittens Floss (left) and Oreo (right) went to their new home at the weekend after being spotted on Cat Chat! Thank you for all your hard work on our behalf.

Yorkshire Animal Shelter, Leeds

Alfie & Charlie, from Leeds Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatWe wanted a pair of cats and went straight to Cat Chat. The site showed us that Leeds Cat Rescue had suitable cats, so we called the shelter. They were very helpful and arranged for us to see suitable pairs in their foster homes. Alfie (left) and Charlie (right) spoke loudest to us and within days they were at home with us. The whole process was really smooth and we can’t thank Cat Chat or Leeds Cat Rescue enough for helping us find our new family members. Peter, the Cat Gallery, York

Alfie and Charlie were adopted from Leeds Cat Rescue (LCR)

Jasmine & James, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatIt was worth the wait! These two siblings found a home together after being seen on our Cat Chat homing page.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Basil, Delilah & Fred, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatBasil (left) has eventually found somewhere through Cat Chat that is prepared to put up with his exuberant personality! Delilah (centre) and Fred (right) owe their new homes to Cat Chat in a roundabout way, their adopter enquired about a cat that had gone and was guided towards Delilah and Fred.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Ruby & Mr Ginger, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatRuby (left) had been with us since April so her homing via Cat Chat was very welcome. The wait was worth it and Ruby has settled well into her super new home. Mr Ginger (right) was lucky, his stay with us was short, he was quickly spotted on our Cat Chat homing page and was soon installed in his accommodation upgrade.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Turkey Sub, from Cramar Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Birmingham, homed through Cat ChatHappy new home (and new name) for this beautiful girl!  After being spotted on Cat Chat, Turkey Sub is now in her forever home where she's going to be totally spoilt and loved.

Cramar Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Birmingham

Chloe, from Royston Animal Welfare, Barnsley, homed through Cat ChatPetite tortie girl Chloe, only a year old and having being passed from pillar to post, has finally been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat.  Thank you for your continued support.

Royston Animal Welfare, Barnsley

Socks, from Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs, homed through Cat ChatShy little Socks was a very much loved indoor cat and it was with heavy hearts she had to be given up for rehoming at six years old due to changes in the family circumstances. She has now however found her forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs

Boxer & Betty, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatPoor little Boxer (left) was found taped up in a box and left in a lane, hence his name. Luckily for him a kind passer-by heard his cries and took him home to safety. Thanks to Cat Chat, he has now found his forever home where we believe he will feel very safe and never be put out with the rubbish again. Sweet Betty (right) had been used as a breeding machine!  She is only two year old, she is a dainty tiny cat and has already had four litters. She has now been rehomed after being seen on Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Noomi, from Raven’s Rescue, Dudley, homed through Cat ChatPretty fluffy girl Noomi was living as a stray behind a restaurant and was rescued a few days after giving birth to four beautiful kittens. She has been a fantastic mum, and now has found a home of her own thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

Raven’s Rescue, Dudley

Jake, from Rugeley Cats Society, Staffordshire, homed through Cat ChatGorgeous two-year-old little tabby Jake, who had a rough time before coming into rescue, has now found a loving forever home after being seen on Cat Chat’s Overlooked page.

Rugeley Cats Society, Staffordshire

Korky, from TAG pet rescue, Margate, homed through Cat ChatStunning Korky, a fabulous five-year-old long-haired boy with unusual red-brown-black coloured fur and really wonderful nature, has found a new home after being seen on Cat Chat.

TAG pet rescue, Margate

Vonnie, from Rugeley Cats Society, Staffordshire, homed through Cat ChatSweet and playful Vonnie is around two and a bit years old, and has just found herself a new home after being seen on Cat Chat.

Rugeley Cats Society, Staffs

Portia, from Beverley & Pocklington Cats Protection, East Yorkshire, homed through Cat ChatGentle, friendly Portia was living in a garden with her five gorgeous kittens. We were told she was feral but she was just frightened and protective of her kittens. She has now found herself a new home after being seen on Cat Chat.

Beverley & Pocklington Cats Protection, East Yorkshire

Kevin, from National Animal Welfare Trust, Thurrock, homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know that Kevin, who was recently on Cat Chat, was homed a couple of weeks ago.  He wasn’t rehomed - his previous owner saw him on Cat Chat and thought she recognised him so contacted us.  As he had unusual markings on him that weren’t shown in the photos she was able to prove he was hers.  It’s a happy ending for him, as he is back with his owner.

National Animal Welfare Trust, Thurrock

Cookie & Biscuit/Zac & Mischief, from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatCookie and Biscuit (left) - These two lovely looking girls are very lucky! They were advertised as a project due to them being so nervous and they were lucky enough to find someone who was prepared to put in the work. Zac and Mischief (right) - Another two gorgeous youngsters that were snapped up within days of appearing on our homing page. All homed after being seen on Cat Chat.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Luke & Ernie, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatLuke (left) was lucky the day his new people came to look at another cat they'd seen on our homing page, they spotted Luke and it was love at first sight. Nervous Ernie (right) was taken pity on by a couple who were determined to give him a chance; it didn't take much, Ernie quickly settled in and showed his other self.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Scruffy, Heidi, Spencer & Dora, from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatScruffy (left) - This enormous, laid back lad who'd led a pampered life and only ended up with us due to his owner's state of health, found another doting slave to carry on the good work. Heidi and Spencer  - This super pair not only found a new home after being seen on our homing page but they managed to find one together which is more than anyone could hope for. Dora (right) - It took a while and we don't know why as Dora is adorable but this pretty little nutcase eventually found somewhere to call home. All say thank you Cat Chat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham

Dougie, from Cats in Distress, Frome, homed through Cat ChatStunning grey boy Dougie has been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat. He is friendly, attentive, playful; likes to be lord of the manor and as long as he's the centre of attention he'll be happy and reward his new found home with devoted love.

Cats in Distress, Frome

John, from Angus Cat Rescue, Arbroath, homed through Cat ChatLovely John, friendly loving boy who spends his day out hunting then comes in for all his home comforts, then snuggles up in bed and sleeps the night away, has finally found his forever home, thanks to Cat Chat. Thank you!

Angus Cat Rescue, Arbroath

Alfie, from Babs Cats, Swanley, homed through Cat ChatTwo year old Alfie was looking for a loving home as sadly his owner had to move to a nursing home after a sudden illness. He is a confident and affectionate cat who loves being outside but is equally at home curled up on the sofa. After being spotted on Cat Chat, Alfie has now found a wonderful new home. Thanks again, what would we do without you!

Babs Cats, Swanley

Elizabeth, Keith & Cleo, from Ann & Bill’s Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch, homed through Cat ChatWith Cat Chat’s help we have rehomed a few cats: Elizabeth (left), whose babies have been rehomed, has now got a home of her own, where she will get all the attention. Keith (centre) was one of Alice’s babies and now has a new home with a young family. Cleo (right) has now got a new home with a couple whose cat went missing. As the lady said, the house was empty without a cat.

Ann & Bill’s Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch

Alice’s kittens, George & Mildred, from Ann & Bill’s Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch, homed through Cat ChatFour more kittens have got new homes after being seen on Cat Chat: Two more of Alice’s kittens (left) have gone to a nice couple and their daughter, and George and Mildred (right) have now got a home with a family with two children.

Ann & Bill’s Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch

Caramel, from 8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield, homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know that I took Caramel to a lovely new home this evening, after she was spotted on Cat Chat a couple of weeks ago.  Thank you so much for your help :)

8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield

Tilly & Cherry, from Kingsdown Cat Sanctuary, Deal, homed through Cat ChatTilly (left) and Cherry (right) have been waiting for over three years to find a new home. They have finally been chosen and will be going to their new home soon.  And the new owners found them through Cat Chat!!!!

Kingsdown Cat Sanctuary, Deal

Trixie & Alex, from Cat Rescue Chippenham, Wiltshire, homed through Cat ChatTrixie (left) and Alex (right) who I have been fostering for 11 months with no home offers, have gone to their new home together today with a lovely couple who saw them on Cat Chat.  I have been so worried about them as they are very nervous, bordering on semi-feral, but this lovely couple are relishing the challenge of caring for them. I just hope the cats will come good for them. Once again thank you so much, they wouldn’t have heard about them if it wasn’t for you.

Cat Rescue Chippenham, Wiltshire

Buddy, Gizmo & Merlin, from Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs, homed through Cat ChatA number of our cats have been rehomed recently, after being seen on Cat Chat: beautiful grey boy Buddy (left), very much loved by his previous owner, who looked after him from a kitten but sadly passed away; Gizmo (centre), indoor big boy with a tiny voice; Merlin (right), who was rehomed by us four years ago to a wonderful home and was loved very much, but sadly his owner passed away; also Benson and two kittens. Thank you once again for showing our cats on your website to help us find loving new homes for them.

Thanet Cat Club, Broadstairs

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