Looking to adopt a rescue cat? Look no further!

All our cats are neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, blood tested for FeLV & FIV and flea & worm treated. Our cat adoption fee is £60 per cat or £110 for a pair.

If you would like to adopt a cat from us please read the relevant guide below before contacting us.

If you have any questions please contact us on:

0161 882 0680 or

Adopting a cat guide

Please note: We occasionally have house cats, when we do they are marked 'HOUSE CAT'




Location: foster home

Kendra is a delightful tabby lady, approximately 1 year old. She came into our after being found by a member of the public limping. Upon further investigation she was found to have a deep penetrating would exposing the tendons and was so severe there was no choice but to remove her leg to save her.

Kendra is yet to really notice her missing limp. She has seemingly adapted effortlessly and potters around just like any other cat. This is what her foster carers have to say about her:

"Kendra loves cuddles like no other cat we’ve met. She seeks out affection at every turn and is happiest when she’s on your lap (or on your book, or under the duvet…) purring very loudly. Make no mistake she loves to be the centre of attention, and if you have guests round she will enthusiastically demo all her toys in the middle of the floor. Kendra’s a chatty cat and will happily shout her dinner order at you when she feels it’s time to feed! She loves to play and is always sweet and gentle, and she often likes to gently put a paw on you while cuddling. She really is a beauty inside and out and anyone would be very lucky to have a Kendra in their lives!"

Kendra is not looking to be a house cat, she is a lively soul doing really well on 3 legs. A place where she can safely play outside and have a nosey around a garden and sunbathe would be purrfect. She will be suitable to live with  children aged 8 and over as long as they know they have to be a bit extra gentle with her. Kendra is ideally looking for a home as an only cat so she can be the sole focus of attention. She's very keen on company so ideally she won't be left for more than 6 hours a day. If you can match her rehoming requirements then please get in touch.

If you would like to adopt Kendra contact us today! 

Email or call 0161 882 0680.











Tigger & Ace


Location: foster home

Double trouble alert! Tigger and Ace are a cracking pair of kittens who are looking for a new home together. The brothers were born in early September after an unplanned pregnancy (cats not being the best at family planning we always recommend getting yours neutered.) They are a playful pair who love hanging out together and their beautiful white and tabby markings make them a very handsome duo we are sure will be in demand!

Tigger is mostly tabby with white paws and a stripe on his nose. He's the slightly smaller of the two and a bit of a cry baby. He loves his cuddles and will give a noisy meow if he thinks you might have forgotten him. He loves to curl up and sleep on your lap. Ace is the larger of the two and is mostly white with tabby markings. He is the more boisterous and playful of the brothers and will turn anything into a toy. Both boys have been neutered and microchipped and are fully litter trained with a good appetite. It took them a couple of days to settle into their foster home and they hid away for the first 24 hours, but they are now very content with life in the heart of a family home where they receive lots of love and attention.

The kittens are suitable to live with children aged 8 and over. Will need someone around at home so they aren't left for more than 5 hours whilst young. They will also need access to play outdoors once old enough, so the property location must be away from busy roads.

If you would like to adopt Tigger & Ace contact us today! Email or call 0161 882 0680.





Location: cattery

Kip is a handsome grey chap who is around 6-7 years of age. Kip is back with us after struggling to settle into the neighbourhood where his former adopter lived. We are now looking for a new home for him where he is the only cat in the home and in a location where there are few or no other cats around.

Kip is an affectionate and playful soul who loves to be picked up, cuddled and stroked by people. He loved nothing more than to snuggle up on his previous adopter's lap during the evening. He was very affectionate and well behaved at home and always used his scratching post and litter tray. Our volunteer cat cuddlers have also found Kip to be a soppy boy that enjoys attention.

Kip's adopter reported that he was bullied by local cats and often went wandering for several days returning home with fight injuries. Since returning to us Kip has been staying in our cattery and we are beginning to understand why he may have got himself into so much trouble in his previous home. Kip does not like other cats and will hiss at his cattery neighbours, male and female. We suspect that in a home environment Kip possibly goes out and starts fights, probably to establish and defend his territory. Judging by the location of the bites he has sustained, Kip  is not as much as a bruiser as he likes to think he is and usually comes off worse in fights!  

We are looking for a home with an adopter who is prepared to help Kip feel as safe as possible at home. This will include providing him with a microchip cat flap so he is the only cat that can enter into the home. A micro chip cat flap is essential so eventually Kip can come and go as he pleases knowing that he can always enter his home safely even if his adopters are out. Kip loves to play so he would also benefit from a range of toys, boxes etc that provide him with plenty of stimulation and interaction with people so that he is encouraged to stay indoors as much as possible. Kip is most likely to fight at night so his adopter needs to be willing to bear with his noisy protests whilst he settles in and gets used to new habits such as staying indoors at night. 

Kip is is a gentle giant with people and so suitable to live in a home where any children are of secondary school age or above. He is vaccinated, microchipped and neutered. Because of his antics we have also had Kip tested for FIV/FLV again and are pleased to report that he is negative for both.

If you would like to adopt Kip contact us today! 

Email or call 0161 882 0680.






Location: cattery

Belle is an adorable tabby and white lady with only three legs who is looking for a new home as a house cat. Sadly this is the second time that Belle has been rehomed by our branch - she was originally in our care 5 years ago when she first lost her leg. Unfortunately a change in her adopters circumstances means that this much loved girl is again seeking a new family.

Belle is around 6 years old and, despite the change in her fortunes, has already proved to be a popular and friendly lady. Belle lost a canine tooth (we think in the same accident that resulted in her amputation) which means sometimes her lip gets stuck and it looks a bit like she's doing an Elvis impression. She has the most wonderfully soft fur which she loves to have stroked and her previous adopter describes her as "very much a lap cat."

Belle enjoys human attention, but mainly one-on-one, so she'd prefer a quiet home without children. She'd like to be the only cat in the household, and as her lack of a fourth leg means she isn't quite as nimble as normal, she would need to be kept indoors in a reasonably sized property.

Belle is fine to be left alone for up to eight hours a day so would prove to be fantastic company for someone who works and wants a companion for cosy nights at home.

If you would like to adopt Belle contact us today! 

Email or call 0161 882 0680.




Location: cattery

This little sweetheart is Gladys, a beautiful young girl who we hope isn't overlooked because of her colouring. It's true that black cats take longer to rehome, which is such a shame as this little girl would make a wonderful addition to a family and bring her adopters so much joy.
Gladys has had a turbulent time of it in her short life, having been pregnant and had a couple of different homes already. We've had her neutered, so now she just needs a forever home to call her own.

Gladys is a confident girl who has settled quickly in our care. We know that she is good with children and dogs. She is very affectionate and adores being stroked and is quick to make new friends who she thinks could supply her with tickles. She needs a home where she will be able to access safe outdoor space to explore, once she has settled.
We'd love to see Gladys in a new home in time for Christmas, so if your family is looking to add a beautiful black cat to their number please get in touch.

If you would like to adopt Gladys contact us today! 

Email or call 0161 882 0680.