Please note that CAT 77 does not normally take in and re-home pet cats.
Our branches are kept very busy all year round. Feral cats can take some time to tame sufficiently for them to be happy to live with humans. Our foster spaces are therefore often tied up long term. Most of our branches therefore will not have any space to accommodate pet cats that need a new home, for whatever reason.
Our branches tame, rehabilitate and re-home many cats and kittens. When you re-home a cat from us they will be health checked and neutered (kittens will also be neutered if old enough). Our volunteers will usually do a home check beforehand as we like to ensure that the cat is totally suitable for the owner’s home and lifestyle, and they will ask for a donation, which will be used to help rescue other needy cats.
If you wish to re-home one of our rescued cats or kittens, many of our branches have their own websites, those that do are linked from the list opposite. Here they will place details of the cats they have in their care – most of our branches also have Cat Chat homing pages. You can also see some of the cats we have rescued in our gallery.
In addition, a large part of our work is neutering to prevent the formation of feral cat colonies.
If you have a pet cat that you cannot keep you may contact your local branch (details above left) and if they have room they will try to help, but please bear in mind that we are a feral cat charity and we are set up to carry out this work as a priority.