Adult cats (Over 6 months of age) would hope to receive a £50 donation they are neutered, micro-chipped and fully vaccinated. Kittens if homed at + 9 weeks with one vaccination £30 plus £25 neutering deposit. Kittens (up to 6 months old) if fully vaccinated, micro-chipped and neutered at our Vet at Goodmayes £85. Kittens (up to 6 months old) if fully vaccinated, micro-chipped but neutered at your vet £50 plus £25 neutering deposit. For white, ginger, grey and ginger/white kittens we would like the charity to receive a further £20 per kitten. For furtherl details of our prices and terms of ownership please click here. We ask people to keep the cats they get from us in when it is dark, providing a litter tray, as the road is the biggest killer of cats. All our cats are blood tested, vaccinated and neutered when old enough. Sometimes when female cats are found/dumped and of stocky weight, we hope these cats are already neutered but cannot guarantee this. When they are found with kittens, we obviously know neutering has not taken place.
This Charity loves indoor homes for our cats.We are in desperate need of fosterers for our cats, can you help
4.11.16 This little lad is crying out for fuss although it takes him a minute or two to get to know you and gain a little trust. Just so affectionate. Under a year old, FIV/FeLV negative and neutered.Joan 01708 854567 or email email@example.com
23.01.2017 I am now fully recovered from being just 'so ill' when it was discovered I had toxoplasmosis last year. So I need an indoor home without grandchildren visiting and any chance of a female becoming pregnant. My status for the toxo is that I am not infectious at the moment but this can flare up so we had better not take any chances. It would be good if I was tested every 9/12 months at The Animal Ark Vet, this being paid by the Charity.I am a pretty cat, very tame but would love to come out of rescue and find some normality. This is a virus this small charity knows little about including just how many cats are infected but most of us humans have had exposure to toxoplasmosis without becoming ill. For further information please contact Joan 01708 854567 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
18.10.16 Say hello to Jink. Jink is a little tortie girl, approx 3 years now. Fully vaccinated, neutered, flea and worm treated and looking for a loving home. Adoption fees apply. If you think you can offer a home please contact Joan Clifford on 01708 854567 or email email@example.com
07.04.2017 We have about 10 black and white cats, this is one of them, all deserving a home of their own where they can be spoilt. They are used to small dogs. They are all neutered, blood test and fully vaccinated. For further information please contact Joan 01708 854567 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
18.04.17 Say Hello to our lovely Tabitha who is a bit special and is really a one person cat. She was a feral kitten and is now ready for her new furrever home. No children please and she is fine with other cats, but very shy with people. The person she chooses to love will be the one she will always come to. When she loves somebody she really does so this must be a forever home. She has retained her outgoing personality. But does sometimes forget herself and when she gets excited she or when she is played with or is stroked, she sometimes nibbles fingers. She is very excitable, but loves to be played with. If you think you can give Tabitha a Furrever home please contact email@example.com or telephone 020 8252 3792 .
08.05.2017 This is Mimma the mother of six kittens who have all now found their furrever homes all we need now is to find mummy the purrfect new family of her own. For more information please call Sharron on 020 8252 3792 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
18.07.2017 Sadly, this lad is FIV positive so will find it hard to find a home but we will try.He is lovely, main joy......food! Vet bills paid should I become ill through FIV related illness and our Vet ie Animal Ark at Goodmayes is used. Can you help with homing him? for further information please contact Joan 01708 854567 email@example.com
18.07.2017 I am a wilful cat and really do want to be in a lone cat household but I love fuss, a little bit fussy with food but easily managed. In my favour, I am very pretty and quite young. For further information please contact Joan 01708 854567 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
18.07.2017 I know I stand little chance to find my own home as I am black sadly but I will reward you with fuss and loving.For further information please contact Joan 01708 854567 or email email@example.com
14.08.2017 I once had a home of my own and had good owners as was neutered and micro-chipped but then something happened and I found myself homeless. I am 4 year 9 months old and want a second chance of being loved. I was in quite a bad state when I was first picked up by strangers but now Caring for Animals are trying to get my fur sorted and some weight gain. I am being fed well so should put on a few pounds quite soon. I think I am a pretty girl but I do not like other cats. For further information please contact Joan 01708 854567 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgAdoption Fees Apply
18.08.17 Say hello to Trevor he is negative FIV fully vaccinated, microchipped and neutered. All he needs now is a furrever home. Trevor was one of 16 cats removed from one household. Trevor is a gorgeous cats who just wants someone to love him and not abandon him again. If you think you can give Trevor a home please contact Joan on 01708 854567 or email : email@example.comAdoption Fees Apply
TITI & TINA
22.08.17 Say hello to Titi and Tina, these are the kittens of Tibs who has now been homed. If you are interested in homing Titi or Tina please contact Sharon on 020 8252 3792 or firstname.lastname@example.org Adoption fees apply.
18.07.2017 This is a real handsome lad, not sure how he became a stray but he was unneutered. Sorted now and clever guy, negative FIV/FeLV. Very affectionate and quite a large cat. Just needs some love and a warm home. For more information please call Joan 01708 854567 or email email@example.com
ALEXANDER THE GREAT
01.10.2017 This lad I was asked to take to the Vet and put to sleep. The family had lost 3 other cats and thought he had been poisoned by Anti-freeze. Whilst at the vet, I decided to risk putting my hand inside his carrier as he was growling all the time. However, stunned to find he loved being fussed. He has limited vision but we are hoping with food just for him, not amongst 11 other cats, his weight will increase. He is very affectionate, just needs a chance to prove it with you. Probably 3 or 4 years old and we are still awaiting medical test results but he is negative FIV/FeLV. For more information please call Joan 01708 854567 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
17.10.2017 This little female cat, although getting tubby now, will be delighted to have her first home instead of having to live in a garden. Her 4 kittens have been rehomed so it is her time now. Never stops purring, she has been neutered, blood tested negative for FIV/FeLV and fully vaccinated/micro chipped. Please call or e mail Joan 01708 854567 email@example.com if you would consider giving her a home. Adoption fees will apply..
RIVER & MEADOW
26.01.17 Meadow (tabby female), and River (black and white male); born late May 2016, all fully vaccinated in October 2016 and neutered November 2016.These 3 beautiful cats were all timid at first, but are all able to be stroked now, and all loving to play and get up to mischief. Currently in a foster home, they need nice permanent homes to love and care for them. For more information please contact Joan on 01708 854567 or email : firstname.lastname@example.org
LOLA & KITTENS
25.11.2017 Lola and her 4 kittens are now ready for their new homes. Already had one vaccination and Lola has blood tested negative for FIV/FeLV There are 2 female and 2 male kittens. for more information please contact Sharon on 020 8252 3792 or email email@example.comAdoption fees apply
30.12.2017 A good home needed for two 12 year old sisters, Tigger and Teabag, after owners have passed away. Both are up to date with vaccinations and flea treatments and both are spayed. Both are trained to use a litter tray and a cat flap. They both dislike carriers but are very easy to put in them and are quite calm when travelling. They don’t snuggle together but it is rare that they will fight and they often groom each other while waiting for food.Tigger is ginger and white with a long coat. She takes time to become accustomed to a new environment, as she hid under a bed for a few days when we first had her. She is a little nervous but extremely affectionate and loves being picked up. She will initiate cuddles and will often sit nearby at meal times in the hope of a treat. She doesn’t usually initiate play but can be enticed with string toys. She likes boxes to hide in and loves anything soft to sleep on. She is occasionally vocal at feed times or if she would like attention. She very rarely scratches or bites, but has been known to if her belly is rubbed when she doesn’t want it to be. She is nervous of young children, and has lived with dogs her whole life, however it would need to be a calm dog. She tolerates other cats as she has lived with two other male cats her whole life but does not interact with them much. She does like to go in the garden for an hour or so a day but stays indoors the majority of the time.Teabag is a dark tabby with a long coat. She has a large scar on her back from a car accident when she was very young and it can look a little sore sometimes from her using the cat flap. She is blind in her right eye and has a heart condition that she takes medication for. It is called Fortikor and she has one tablet crushed over her food in the mornings, which she takes very happily. The tablets are just over £50 for a pack of 56. She takes a little time to get used to a new environment and people, although she is a little braver than her sister. She can be a bit scatty and nervous about being stroked sometimes due to her vision, and does not like to be picked up. However she is extremely affectionate on her own terms and loves being a lap cat. She very occasionally initiates play but can usually be enticed with string toys. She loves having blankets to sleep on and somewhere to hide. She is only ever vocal when in a carrier, and even then it’s very minimal. She can scratch or bite if taken by surprise, so must ensure that she is aware when she is going to be stroked or handled. She doesn’t mind children but will usually avoid them and they must be calm around animals. She has lived with dogs her whole life and is fine with them and is also fine with other cats, however she won’t interact with them much. She goes in the garden for a couple hours a day and is scared of fireworks. If you would like to offer Tigger and Teabag a home please contact Jessica Parker on 07496894944 leave a message and I will call you back or email : firstname.lastname@example.org Medication will be paid for by Caring for Animals 2001
15.01.2018 This gorgeous lad has been here sometime now and really does not show himself off properly when being viewed but we feel he may settle into a home on his own with a single owner. Jasper is very shy but we think with the right person will make a purrfect cat. He could be your furever love for Valentine!!!Adoption fees apply. For further information please contact Joan 01708 854567 or email email@example.com
15.01.18 This sweet little cat came in just a few days before giving birth to 4 very large kittens who were beautiful but all been homed now. Emily is about 2 years old, FIV/FeLV negative, neutered, micro chipped and fully vaccinated so ready to go a her new wonderful home. Will it be with you? For more information please call Joan 01708 854567 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgAdoption fees apply