Cats Needing Homes

Mr Bumble is an absolute joy! When he is not chatting away to his foster carers with gentle mews and purrs, this handsome 6 year old boy enjoys lots of cuddles and gentle head butts. He will happily put up with as much affection as you can give him. His previous owners just moved away and left him behind, sadly a story we hear all too often. He has lived with a kindly cat friendly dog, and older children, so would probably suit a family home with a safe garden away from busy roads. If you are interested in offering Mr Bumble a forever home then please call 01803 266 321. As a genuine and responsible animal charity, all of our domestic cats are neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed, deflead and have a further vet check prior to rehoming - all of which will have cost our charity well over £130 for each cat we care for. We would ask if you would kindly consider making a donation of £50 to our charity when you adopt a cat or kitten from us. Thank you.

Martha and Diana are looking for their forever home together. These two fluffy sisters are a couple of proper little puddings! They could do with a lovely new home and, hopefully, a quiet, cat-safe garden to exercise in, away from busy roads. They can be a little shy at first but after gentle introductions they are dear, affectionate ladies. Martha and Diana are 2 years old and have previously lived with a large, gentle, cat friendly dog and a quiet, older child, whose bed they were often found sharing at night! If you would like some more information, please call 01803 266 321. As a genuine and responsible animal charity, all our domestic cats are neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed, deflead and health checked - all of which would cost our charity over £130 for each cat we care for. We ask if you would kindly consider making a donation of £50 to our charity when you adopt a cat or kitten from us. Thank you.

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Here is Super Scampi, the brave mummy cat, who cared for her tiny kittens when they were all left to fend for themselves having been dumped out on a cold autumn night. When mum and kittens were found they were cold, filthy and malnourished. She had been pelted with stones by children when she and her kittens were living out in the wild with no shelter. Scampi is such an affectionate cat who dearly deserves to have lots of love and cherishing in a happy home after her brave efforts keeping her kittens safe and fed. Scampi will quietly nuzzle against you and if you are near her she will gently touch you with a soft paw on your shoulder hoping to have some attention. She is obviously only a young cat herself at about 18 months old and she loves to play games and pounce on toys with great enthusiasm. She would probably like a home with a calm cat friendly dog and another youngish cat as a companion. If you can offer Scampi a happy home with a safe garden away from busy roads, then please do get in touch with us for more details. Call us on 01803 266 321. She is in foster care with one of our dedicated volunteers in Cornwall. Our volunteers give our foster cats and kittens such love and care and provide them with lots of creative playtime, grooming and cuddles too. As a genuine and responsible animal charity, all our domestic cats are neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed, deflead and have a further vet check prior to rehoming - all of which will have cost our charity well over £130 for each cat we care for. We ask if you would kindly consider making a donation of £50 to our charity when you adopt a cat or kitten. Thank you!


black catThe Devon and Cornwall Branch covers a large area in the south west and so we find ourselves often called on to help with trapping, neutering and general feral work; as well as taming kittens and taking in domestic cats who have fallen on hard times.

We are in real need of Volunteer Fosterers (for more information on what this entails please see the 'News' page), to foster the ever increasing number of domestic cats who need our help.

Our Volunteer Fosterers offer a temporary home environment to a cat (or more than one cat - if appropriate!) until they can be permanently adopted.

We have so many different cats needing a temporary place to stay - there may be mums with kittens; adult cats; elderly cats; sick cats; or feral kittens needing lots of handling and socialisation.

We are also in need of volunteers to join the Branch to help raise funds to pay for the ever increasing vet, food and litter bills!

The Branch is busy and so any help you can offer would be gratefully received!

We also (of course!) have cats who desperately need their forever home.

To find out more information, please call us on 01803 266 321

The CAT Shop - Totnes

The Devon & Cornwall Branch also runs the fantastic CAT Shop in Totnes.

The charity shop sells a variety of good quality items such as clothes, bric-a-brac, books and music; and we are always looking for stock. If you have had a clear out and have any saleable items to donate we would love to hear from you!

Please do think of us if you live locally, if you are visiting the area on holiday or even just passing through.

We would also be grateful if our supporters could spread the word and speak to friends, family and colleagues to see if they have any goods to donate. The more items we have to sell, the more funds we can raise to help cats in need.

Items can be dropped off at the shop during shop opening hours, which are 10am to 4pm, Monday to Saturday. The address is 74 Fore Street, Totnes, Devon TQ9 5RU.

We are also looking for more volunteers to help run the shop. We are always grateful to our volunteers, however few or many hours they can give. Without the support of our dedicated and friendly team we would not be able to raise as much as we do for cats. Thank you!

If you are interested in volunteering, want to donate some goods or have any other charity shop questions, please give us a call on 01803 266 321.