We rescue and rehome cats in the Thanet area, with particular concern for elderly cats and ferals. Registered charity no. 1122296
As we carry out home checks we prefer to rehome cats within a 30 mile radius of Thanet, although we may consider homes further afield in exceptional circumstances.
If you would like to adopt a cat from us, please get in touch:
Please note that we do not have a rehoming centre and our cats are all cared for by individuals in their own homes. Meeting our cats is therefore by appointment only, and usually after we have carried out the home check. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
We always carry out a home visit to meet prospective adopters and ensure we place our rescued animals in a safe, comfortable, stress-free and caring home, and to find the best match for you. Some of the factors we will consider are whether you live on a busy road, have young children, or have dogs. Please ensure that everyone belonging to the household is present for the home visit, as the visitor will need to meet everyone who will be living with the adopted cat or cats.
The home visit is also your best opportunity to talk through any queries you, and your family, may have about taking on a rescue cat, so please don’t hesitate to ask any questions you may have.
We often have kittens available for rehoming, especially during summer, but as the turnover tends to be quick, we usually don’t advertise them individually on our website.
If you are interested in adopting kittens, please contact us, and we will carry out our usual home check.
When we have kittens ready to be rehomed we will let you know and you can take your pick. To prevent disappointment, kittens cannot be viewed or reserved before they are ready to go to new homes. This is usually at eight weeks, but sometimes a little later depending on their development.
All our adult cats are neutered. If you adopt a kitten that is not neutered because it is still too young, we ask you to have this done at your own cost at the appropriate time, unless you have made an arrangement to have this done through us.
If one of our animals has health issues we will disclose these fully to the extent that we are aware, so that you can make an informed decision before adopting. However, where an animal has been rescued, we may have no knowledge of its background and can make no guarantees as to its future health or life expectancy. Any veterinary fees incurred once the animal has left our care are the responsibility of the new owner, unless any specific agreement has been made to the contrary.
We rely very heavily on donations to help us with our rescue work. Whilst a loving home is the biggest priority when we rehome a cat, we ask you to be as generous as you can – suggested minimum donation £40 per cat (which includes a microchip), and £70 if the cat is vaccinated. Thank you.