We always have a number of cats available for rehoming. Generally they are a real mix of ages and personalities, as well as circumstances.

They are all normally cared for in our purpose-built cattery in Broadstairs, but at times we find it easier to attempt to rehome directly from their current homes. This prevents what can be a stressful experience in a strange environment and amongst other cats. Also, this is often the best way to rehome kittens.

We always allow any cat coming in to us, sufficient time to adjust to the environment and we also assess and test them for any medical conditions with the help of our local vets.

Please have a look at our cats that are available below, then contact us to arrange a visit or to discuss your circumstances with us. We generally allow any new cats that come into our cattery, a period to settle in, for us to carry out veterinary checks and for us to assess them, so the list below can sometimes look a little short. Please contact us if you are looking to rehome as we may have a cat suitable for you that is going through this settling in period.


Freddie’s world has been turned upside down with his owner having to go in a nursing home and he just found it too much to move into a relatives home with two other cats. For this reason we have been asked to find Freddie a quieter home without children and other pets. Freddie has been […]


Tom is a very friendly male. Sadly his owner passed away and he is missing his home comforts with garden access. Once settled in a new environment Tom is a confident cat who enjoys a fuss and playing with his toys.