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Below are a selection of cats recently homed after being seen on Cat Chat.
If YOU have homed a cat with Cat Chat’s help, we'd love to know! If you have adopted a cat after seeing them on Cat Chat, or shelters who have re-homed a cat with Cat Chat's help, please email us as follows (with a photo if possible): This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and they could star on our "Roll of Honour"!


Emma from National Animal Trust, Leicester, homed through Cat ChatEmma is a short-haired dilute tortie with white, a young nine years old. She is a gentle little soul, affectionate, and loves being fussed. Because of her gentle nature, Emma was looking for a quieter home and was not keen on men although hopefully she could be won round! We are delighted to say that she has now been rehomed after her new family saw her on Cat Chat. We have heard from them recently and she is settling in very well. Many thanks to Cat Chat for your help.

National Animal Trust, Leicester

Ollie, from Stopford Cat Rescue, Stockton, homed through Cat ChatEight year old Ollie is a very friendly and handsome cat. He loves company and will happily sit on your lap, sunbathe in the garden or watch football on TV! He was being bullied by a neighbour’s aggressive cat so reluctantly his previous owners have been looking for a new home for him. Thankfully, Ollie has now been rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

Stopford Cat Rescue, Stockton

Jessie from Crescent Cat Rescue, Tendring, Essex, homed through Cat ChatJessie is a very friendly lady who loves a fuss and a game. Unfortunately being black she got overlooked though she is really affectionate and loves to play. The good news is that she was seen in the Overlooked Cats section on Cat Chat and has gone to a lovely new home.

Crescent Cat Rescue, Tendring, Essex

Dingle from Aylesbury Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatDingle had a very happy home till a new baby made him ill with cystitis. His humans tried everything but he couldn't cope and had to come to us. Fortunately he got his forever home after being seen in the Overlooked Cats section of Cat Chat. His lovely new owners weren't put off by his cystitis flaring up again, they happily waited for us to get him sorted out before he went to start his new life with them.

Aylesbury Cat Rescue

Lynx, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatHandsome Lynx is a rather large tomcat. His mother was feral but he became very tame. He had been kept outside for the last two years because the child in the house was allergic. He has now been rehomed: his new owners travelled all the way from Devon to South Wales after seeing him on Cat Chat, 2 1/2 hour journey to pick him up! Thank you so much for this site.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Ziggy & Mia, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatZiggy (left) was one of a pair of kittens who sadly were abandoned by their owners who left a rented property. They were found living under patio furniture in the garden and after some committed work by neighbours they were caught and came into care. Mia (right) came into us after the loss of both of her previous owners in a short space of time. We don't know a huge amount about her as there was sadly no one to tell us. Both have now been rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat. Many thanks to all.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Esme, Elspeth & Frankie, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatThanks to being seen on our page, beautiful little feral girls Esme and Elspeth (left) found their new homes. So did Frankie (right), a little long term stray. Frankie is quite independent and keeps herself to herself during the day liking her laptime later on.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Soozy, Orlando & Isla, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatSoozy (left) had been passed around three times already by owners who got bored, all before she was eight months old. She’s a lively cute little madam with a big personality. Playful, inquisitive and loving interaction, she is very vocal especially if you incur Her Ladyship's displeasure and she can get into a bit of a strop! Orlando and Isla (right) are a beautiful pair of kittens who came in as little ferals. They are inseperable and cry if they lose sight of each other! All three cats have now been rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Phoebe & Buddy, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatPhoebe (left) arrived during the dreadful snowy weather. She was a long term stray who had done very well out of the various neighbours feeding her, she came in as slightly overweight, she prefers to see it as curvy! Buddy (right), a slightly bonkers little lad who had been bought as a pet for a child with learning difficulties whose family recognised that it wasn't working out and requested we rehome him. Both have now been rehired thanks to being seen on Cat Chat. Great work as always.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Lamar & Sally, from Cats in Need, Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatLamar (left) is a loving and playful little boy whose favourite thing is playtime on the sofa. Although only a young lad, his purr is so loud it can be heard in the next room! Sally (right) was one of several feral cats and kittens living in the skips at a garden centre. She is a quiet little cat who when nervous hides but also loves to get on the bed all night and have snuggles. They’ve both now been rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat.

Cats in Need, Hinckley

Teddi & Twiglet, from Burton Upon Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe, homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know that Teddi (left) and Twiglet (right) have now been homed. Twiglet has been adopted by a lovely family in a village in Lincolnshire where she has a garden and woods to explore. Teddi is living not too far from the rescue where he too has a large garden in which to enjoy new adventures. Both have been homed via Cat Chat. Best wishes.

Burton Upon Stather Cat Rescue, Scunthorpe

Maisie, from National Animal Welfare Trust, Clacton homed through Cat ChatLovely tortie Maisie is in her more mature years now, so would be looking for a lovely quiet home where she is the only pet, as she sometimes likes her own space. She has now found that home after being spotted on Cat Chat. We‘re so happy for her and thank you so much for featuring her.

National Animal Welfare Trust, Clacton

Very friendly and affectionate black girl who likes to give headbonks and kisses, also a lapcat. Loves igloo beds! She has now found a new home thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat.

Lina’s Cat Rescue, Derby

Teddy from Kathy's Cat Rescue, Merseyside and Cheshire homed through Cat ChatLovely Teddy was very friendly and loving and liked to snooze and potter about quietly. He found one home but didn't get on with the resident cat and had to come back. He has now fallen on his paws and gone to a wonderful home. His new owner, who found him on Cat Chat and adopted him from Kathy's Cat Rescue 5 months ago, says he is still very skittish but he's getting there.

Kathy's Cat Rescue, Merseyside and Cheshire

Jessie and Tilly from Aylesbury Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatJessie, the chunky tortie and Tilly, the nervous black and white girl were looking for a forever home together which they found after being seen on our Cat Chat page. They have an amazing home, Tilly was very timid with new people, she clung onto me or hid in the back of her cabin when they came to meet them. But they could see how she was with me, they've given her the time and space she needed to adjust. Jessie instantly loved her mum and dad, she helped her sister settle in and now they are both loving their new lives in their forever home.

Aylesbury Cat Rescue

Tarquin from Cramar Cat Rescue, Birmingham, homed through Cat ChatTarquin is a lovely tabby/white boy, super friendly and very confident. He was looking for a new indoor home and after being seen on Cat Chat he is now in his lovely forever home, where he'll get all the fussing and spoiling he deserves: happy new home handsome boy! Thanks again to Cat Chat for the support.

Cramar Cat Rescue, Birmingham

Kieran from Cramar Cat Rescue, Birmingham, homed through Cat ChatKieran arrived at Cramar a very frightened young man. Once he began to trust his foster mum he became affectionate and gave purrs and headbumps but he was not a confident lap cat. So he was looking for a home with calm, patient and understanding people who would give him all the time he needed to settle in and learn to trust. Thankfully he was spotted in Cat Chat's Overlooked Cats section and has now gone to his new home.

Cramar Cat Rescue, Birmingham

Lily from National Animal Trust, Leicester, homed through Cat ChatLily was a stray who came into our care with her newborn kitten. She has just been adopted by a family who saw her on the Overlooked Cats section (Leicestershire) of Cat Chat. We couldn't have found a more loving, calm and suitable home if we'd tried so we are really hopeful that she will settle down without too much trouble and become the affectionate and playful cat that we know she is. Lily has been in foster care since last summer so we are over the moon.
Many thanks for your help.

National Animal Trust, Leicester

Tyga & Belle, from 8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield, homed through Cat ChatTyga (left) & Belle (right) were very shy when they arrived in rescue, but as time has gone on they've emerged as lovely affectionate playful girls. Although not sisters, they've been together since being indoor-only young kittens. After three long months in rescue they’ve now found a lovely new home thanks to Cat Chat.

8 Lives Cat Rescue, Sheffield

Didier & Rosco, from Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford homed through Cat ChatDidier (left) was almost kept by the vets who found him as they thought he was so lovely. He likes older children and cuddly humans. Rosco (right) was an unneutered stray which explains his large muscular build and his big round face. He also had a polyp removed from his cauliflower ear so he’s feeling a lot better. They have now both been rehomed via Cat Chat.

Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford

Bob & Flash, from Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford homed through Cat ChatBrothers Bob (left) and Flash (right) are only 18 months old, very playful and love a lap to sit on. They now have gone to a lovely family home together thanks to Cat Chat. They are two very happy cats.

Caring Animal Rescue, Stafford

Nala, from Little Cottage Rescue, Luton, homed through Cat ChatNala’s distraught owner had to part with her due to an allergy. This little girl had been very loved and needed to be back in a cosy forever home as soon as possible. Twenty-four hours on Cat Chat and she has found her forever home. Fastest homing ever!

Little Cottage Rescue, Luton

Coco from Cats Friends, Rothwell, homed through Cat ChatCoco was found as a stray with microchip details that hadn't been updated. When she came to us her coat was very badly matted so she was groomed and her coat taken to a manageable length. She was a very friendly cat who would possibly would be more comfortable with older sensible children. Coco found her happy new home after being spotted in the Overlooked Cats section of the Cat Chat website.

Cats Friends, Rothwell

Busy Bee & Bing, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend homed through Cat ChatBusy Bee (left) is a shy girl who can be very affectionate. After being with us for some time, she has now been rehomed via Cat Chat. Bing (right), a wonderful but very nervous large tom cat, has also been rehomed via your page. His new owner travelled two hours to get to us despite rescues nearer her. She saw him on Cat Chat and decided the journey was worth it.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Frankie from Cats Protection Gateshead & Newcastle branch, homed through Cat ChatFrankie is around 3 years old and was abandoned by his owner. He is a very friendly, cuddly boy who loves his food and sleeping next to the radiator. Frankie was looking for a quiet home where he could chill out next to the radiator and get lots of love and attention. We are pleased to report that he found his new home after being seen on Cat Chat!

Cats Protection Gateshead & Newcastle branch

Freddy & Boo from Yorkshire Animal Shelter, homed through Cat ChatFreddy (black male ) and Boo (tortie female) were abandoned next to the M62 and left to die. Freddy was so thin and dehydrated he almost didn't make it. Boo is very friendly and playful. Freddy is far more wary of people, probably due to the amount of horrible tasting medication and intensive nursing he has had! Boo was diagnosed with cerebella hyperplasia which is a condition she was born with. It does not affect her in any way apart from having a slightly wobbly walk. The great news is, Freddy and Boo were spotted on Cat Chat and have now found an amazing new home. Thanks so much for all the effort you make giving cats like these the chance of a fabulous life.

Yorkshire Animal Shelter, Leeds

Benji from Thanet Cat Club,Broadstairs, homed through Cat ChatBenji needed rehoming due to his owners' change of circumstances. He was initially untrusting and frightened but is now a friendly boy who likes the company of people and purrs loudly enjoying a fuss. We are happy to report Benji has gone to a loving home after being read about on Cat Chat. He has settled very well. Thank you to everyone at Cat Chat for your hard work and help.

Thanet Cat Club,Broadstairs

Jasper, from Cats Protection Beverley & Pockington, Yorkshire homed through Cat ChatJasper is about four years old. Sadly his owner died and he spent some time living on the street before being rescued by Cats Protection. After being spotted on Cat Chat he’s now gone to a lovely new home.

Cats Protection Beverley & Pockington, Yorkshire

Milo, from Cats In Distress, Frome, homed through Cat ChatMilo is just a fabulous cat, very affectionate and loves to play. He greets everyone who comes to visit and is more than happy to play. He can get a little over excited but generally he's very laid back. Milo would make a fabulous family pet. He’s now found himself a new home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Cats in Distress, Frome

Harvey, from Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity (BARC), Yorkshire homed through Cat ChatHarvey is a lovely friendly boy who loves being fussed! He will make a great addition to his new family. He’s now found his forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity (BARC), Yorkshire

Toffee, Teddy and Bear from Little Cottage Rescue, Luton, homed through Cat ChatPretty girl Toffee (left) was in our care for nearly a year. She is a sprightly older lady with a lovely, independent character who loves a fuss but not all the time!! Teddy and Bear (right) are litter brothers who found themselves in need of a new home together at the grand age of 12 years. These boys are perfect gentlemen who live for cuddles and attention. We are delighted to say that all three have found their forever homes thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat. We could not do this without your help!

Little Cottage Rescue, Luton

Rusty from Paws and Claws, West Sussex, homed through Cat ChatRusty had only ever known one owner since he was a kitten and had always lived indoors. Now our lovely 'overlooked' ginger/white boy, has found a home through the 'Overlooked' section on Cat Chat! I only found out yesterday when I visited Rusty in his new home and his new mum told me that she saw his appeal on 'CatChat' and liked it very much. Rusty is so happy and a totally different cat in 'his' bungalow and garden with a new mum and dad who clearly dote on and spoil him! Another successful and happy ending thanks to CatChat! We cannot thank you enough! Grateful purrs from Rusty!

Paws and Claws, West Sussex

Lara, from Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham homed through Cat ChatLara is a stunning, long-haired tabby girl, around 4-5 years old. Being abandoned by her owner has left her lacking in confidence but thanks to Cat Chat she has now found a couple who are prepared to give her a chance.

Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham

Snuffles, from Cats in Need, Nuneaton & Hinckley homed through Cat ChatSnuffles was brought to us after being found collapsed in the snow. She was very weak, unable to stand or eat, and full of flu. This frail, elderly cat was given a warm bed, liquid food and lots of rest. She made an excellent recovery, and has now found a long-term foster placement where her daily needs are met but we’ll continue to meet any necessary veterinary care. Her new family had previously enquired about a similar cat via Cat Chat. Snuffles is now a special companion to a lady who is unable to get out of bed. We are happy that we were able to help Snuffles, who now has such an important role! Thanks.

Cats in Need, Nuneaton & Hinckley

Nemo & Daisy, from All Animal Rescue, Southampton homed through Cat ChatNemo (left) came in to the rescue as her owner had lost his job and was no longer able to care for her. Nemo is really shy until she gets to know you, however she is a super sweet girl who doesn't have a single malicious bone in her body. Daisy (right) is painfully shy and absolutely hates the camera!! (I don't blame her!!) However she loves a chin rub and will eventually relax and purr away. The girls have now both been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat.

All Animal Rescue, Southampton

Freddie, from Rolvenden Cat Rescue, East Kent homed through Cat ChatFreddie is a lovely 4 year old tabby girl who ended up in care after being abandoned by her humans. No idea why as she’s a loving, friendly and also gentle cat. She has now found her forever home after being spotted on Cat Chat.

Rolvenden Cat Rescue, East Kent

Frog from Rugeley Cats Society, Staffs/West Midlands, homed through Cat Chat5 year old Frog was fending for himself on the streets for quite some time before coming to Rugeley Cats Society. He doesn't really like other cats or dogs, and was looking for a family with older children as he loves humans but he's just a little timid. He was spotted in Cat Chat's Overlooked Cats section and now we are delighted to say he has the happy home he deserves.

Rugeley Cats Society, Staffs/West Midlands

Tia & Toby from Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatGrey and white Tia (left) and her son tabby and white Toby (right) were looking for a quiet home together, with people who would give them time to settle in at their own pace and regain their confidence. They had lost their home due to their owner's allergies and had been at the rescue quite a long time. Thankfully their crossed paws worked and they have found a lovely new home after being seen in Cat Chat's Overlooked Cats section.

Burton Joyce Cat Rescue, Nottingham

Eddie from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatEddie, the perfect cat, found the perfect home after being seen on Cat Chat. He settled in straight away and his new mum and dad are delighted with him.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Russell & Carla from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatWe expected Russell (left) to be around a while but he caught his new mum's eye after being on our Cat Chat homing page a couple of days. He went from sulky to happy within hours and is now a member of the family. Carla (right) has found her third chance in life after being seen on our Cat Chat homing page.

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare

Toby from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatThis jolly little black and white boy, Toby, was lucky when he caught someone's eye on Cat Chat! Maybe it was his gorgeous markings his new owner fell for.

Kirkby Cats Home

Maisie and Mojo from Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatMaisie (left) and Mojo (right) were looking for a loving forever home together. Luckily they have been able to stay together after being seen on Cat Chat.

Kirkby Cats Home, Nottingham.

Colin from Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, homed through Cat ChatColin had a tough start in life living on the streets where he picked up FIV. He is an affectionate cat who appreciates human attention and really loves his grub! FIV cats tend not to be rehomed very quickly but thankfully Colin was spotted in Cat Chat's Overlooked Cats section and he has now settled into his new narrow boat home and is a very happy chap!

Burton Joyce Cat Welfare, Nottingham

Lucy, from Canterbury & District Cats Protection, Kent homed through Cat ChatOne of our cats, Lucy, was rehomed through Cat Chat. Lucy is a beautiful 7 year old tabby with white socks. She gives and needs a lot of love and enjoys nothing better than curling up on your lap for a cuddle. She is a superb companion rather than just a pet.

Canterbury & District Cats Protection, Kent

Betty Boo from Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful, slightly boss-eyed, Betty Boo was looking for a safe home in a quiet location to avoid injury because the vet says she bleeds more than most. The good news is this loving and affectionate girl has found her perfect home as a result of being seen on Cat Chat.

Cat & Kitten Rescue, Watford

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