Cats looking for new homes

Updated -  24th April 2015

Could you offer a ‘forever home’ to one of our cats or kittens?

Please scroll to the bottom for our kittens – we currently have a number available for adoption – which is why we say ‘Please neuter your cats’ as kittens can get pregnant from 4 months !!

 Below is an up-to-date list of all the cats that we are currently caring for, either at the Centre or in foster homes around Coventry, and which are currently available for adoption.

Please scroll down to the end of the page, as some of these cats have now been looking for a ’forever’ home for a number of years! All of our cats are neutered, vaccinated and chipped prior to homing, and all use their litter trays.

If you are interested in adopting a cat, please read the information on our 6-step adoption process:  http://www.coventrycatgroup.org.uk/adoption/the-adoption-process , and  feel free to contact us if you would like to discuss any cat in more detail. We also have a Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CoventryCatGroup….  please have a look at it and click ‘like’ if you want to have regular updates and photos. And if you would like to subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter, please click here http://eepurl.com/59pDn

We are also looking for safe homes for feral cats and kittens - please scroll to the bottom of this page for further information or click on the ‘Feral’ tab above.

Thank you for your support!

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Polly (CCG899) Polly the weather forecaster. If she’s in it’s raining! A very pretty little girl, approximately 6-7 years old, who has been waiting far too long to find her forever home. An independent miss who has learnt human touch is nothing to be scared of. She’s best friends with gentle males and although she is not a lapcat, she does like to sleep the night away on your bed! Polly has been patiently waiting for a new loving home since May 2010!  She is happiest in the company of another young cat(s). She is looking for a quiet home and will need access to a safe garden when she has settled in. She has made great strides in gaining confidence with people, and would adjust to living with a quiet, cat-friendly dog.

Polly is currently with Nicky in Coventry.

Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Polly

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Suki (CCG1410) is a beautiful long-haired female cat, around 4 years old, and very friendly! She has pretty dark tortoiseshell markings, mostly brown with flecks of cream. If you are looking for a big fluffy bundle of fur, which purrs and headbutts you for attention and fuss, this is your girl!  Suki is an affectionate cat who will need regular grooming, but in return will be a loyal and loving pet for the right owner. We think she is a lovely cat, possibly best suited to a single-cat home or with a large male cat as she can be a bit dominant around smaller cats :-)

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RESERVED Little Miss Em (CCG1373), almost 3 years old, is a petite little lady, who still looks like a kitten! She came to us as a stray.

We are looking to place Em with someone who is experienced in looking after cats, and we feel that a calm, quiet home would be best for her, with no children, elderly people or other pets, and one where she will be able to go outdoors as well as being indoors.

The cat cuddlers at the centre think she is lovely! She loves chasing the laser light around her pen when the cat cuddlers visit :-)

At the Centre

Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Em

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The beautiful Willow (CCG1468), a tortoiseshell girl, about a year old, who had had (and lost) a litter of kittens while she was a stray. Now settled in at the centre, she is developing into a friendly young cat, who enjoys human company (she prefers the company of humans to the company of other cats) :-) Still slightly timid but gaining in confidence all the time. A lovely, pretty young cat.

At the centre

Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Willow

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 Nosher (CCG1506) is a large long-haired male cat, a big cat with a big personality! He is a big boy who knows his own mind, but he enjoys being picked up by his fosterer and will purr when he is cuddled, so he does also have a soft side as well! We think he is a fabulous cat, but due to his size and strength we will not be recommending that he is adopted by anyone with younger children, or anyone elderly! A lovely big, fluffy, powerful boy, our Nosher, we love him to bits!!

  

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Coral (CCG1402)
Here we have a lovely young black female. Coral is a cheeky character, who will happily rub around your legs, roll on her back and play! She can also be very cuddly when she chooses to be! We would be looking for a relatively cat experienced home for this pretty lady, probably a home without young children. She is spayed, chipped and has had her first vaccinations.
At the Centre
Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Coral

5 good reasons to adopt a black cat!

1. You can always find them in the snow :-)
2. Holding a black cat is very slimming :-)
3. Black cats will match any décor :-)
4. Black cats have historically been considered to be lucky :-)
5. Black cats are like onyx, a beautiful gem :-)

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Splodge (CCG1499) has a very distinctive face – almost like a Chimera cat (cats which have 2-colour faces, half one colour and half another)! We are guessing that one of her parents were tortoiseshell and one was a black cat :-)
Splodge is a dark short-haired tortoiseshell girl, approximately 2 years old who was taken in as a pregnant stray in the summer of 2014. She had 4 kittens in September and is now looking for a quiet home where she can be an only cat. Friendly and used to living with a calm dog. Spayed, chipped, vaccinated. She loves a fuss on her own terms and will need a safe garden when settled. She loves playing with her toys!
At the Centre
Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Splodge

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Corrine – aged 2-3 years

Watch this space!

Currently with Judith in Coventry

Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Corinne

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Bella and Mollie (CCG 1480 & 1476)

Quiet white and tortoiseshell girls (Bella and Mollie). Looking for a quiet, dog-free, child-free forever homes. It would be nice to home Bella and Mollie together as they are a bonded pair, but they could be homed separately.

Bella and Mollie are at the Centre

Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Bella and/or Mollie

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Dorothy born 7th May 2014.

A very friendly, sociable and playful young girl, who loves all the attention from our cat cuddlers! Dorothy loves to watch what is going on around her, an inquisitive little girl.

Very very genuinely – we can’t understand why she has not yet been adopted! She is lovely, sociable , playful and affectionate…. what more could you ask for?

CCG1443 Dorothy - dark tortoiseshell female, with brown flecks on her chest (very pretty!)

 

At the Centre in Coventry

Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Dorothy

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Mum Tara (CCG 1472) is a friendly semi long-haired tabby. Her lovely black daughter is Samantha (CCG1473)  - a black fluffy female with a white fleck on her chest.

They are two lovely, friendly cats with calm temperaments.  Tara has beautiful markings and gorgeous wide pale green eyes, and Samantha is just a little fluffy cuddly ball of love! We would like to home them together if possible as Samantha does like to be close to her mum (at the moment anyway!!).

At the Centre

Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Tara or Samantha

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Three kittens born 6th August 2014

A lovely, friendly little family!

Archie & Bear (males) and Bree (female). They have been used to being with other cats and dogs in their first foster home, and now at the centre they are very sociable with the cat cuddlers and enjoy playtime and cuddles  :-)

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At the centre

Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Archie, Bear or Bree

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Angel and Smokey…… more details to follow when they are ready for adoption :-)

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Joe, Iggy, Ziggy and Lou – 4 young ginger boys (born December 2013) who are a VERY bonded group so need to be homed either all together OR in pairs. They are a little shy but in the right home will really increase in confidence if their progress with us is anything to go by! Joe is the shyest of the ginger boys, but very clever, very playful and thinks ahead…. doesn’t like to share his food so will hang back until the others have fed so that he gets his bowl to himself! Lou is a cheeky boy, and he will bat your hand with his paw, pulling it closer to sniff. Iggy and Ziggy are impish and playful, a lot of fun! These little boys would be best suited to a quiet home (no dogs or young children). They have great characters and once your have gained their trust they will be loyal companions.

At the Centre

Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Joe, Iggy, Ziggy or Lou (all together or in pairs)

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 Arthur and Andy

 Evie 

Arthur and Andy (bonded pair),  Evie (grey and white female). The three young male cats were born approx. December 2013. Andy and Arthur are a bonded pair who we would like to home together, but the grey and white girl, Evie, can be homed separately.  She loves a fuss and is quite purry when she is eating and relaxing. They are all quiet cats who need a quiet home, no young children, no dogs, but plenty of love and patience :-)

Andy and Arthur are with Victoria, and Evie is with James in Coventry

Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Evie, Arthur or Andy

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MUMS & KITTENS

PLEASE neuter your cats so that you don’t add to the current kitten overpopulation problem! We receive enquiries every week to take in unwanted / abandoned kittens and we just don’t have any more space – our centre pens and foster places are currently all full. All cats and kittens leaving our care are neutered / spayed, chipped, vaccinated, wormed and de-flea’d and come with an up-to-date Vet card and Adoption paperwork.

Please note that with regards to the adoption of kittens…. we will normally not rehome to -

Homes on or near busy roads.
Homes where there is no safe garden for the cat to escape to.
Kittens to homes with children under five years old.
Kittens to homes where there is no-one at home all day.
Rented properties unless we have a letter of confirmation from the landlord to say that cats are allowed at the property.
 
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Ellie, Sophie and Jaz (mum)
 
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Jaz (mum)CCG 1525

Ellie and Sophie are with Angie in Coventry, and Jaz is at the centre

Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Ellie, Sophie or Jaz – not yet ready for adoption

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Four kittens born December 2014

A lovely, friendly little family!

Lenny, Tilly, Pippa and Willow were abandoned by their owner and are now settling with their fosterer.

With James in Coventry

Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Lenny, Tilly, Pippa or Willow

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Kittens

With Judith in Coventry

Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting

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Minnie and 3 kittens

Mum Minnie has had several litters of kittens as a stray, but this is her last as she will soon be spayed, vaccinated and chipped ready for her ‘forever home’ after a long time on the street, poor girl! Her 3 kittens are gorgeous, born 18th April 2015 so will not be ready for homing for a while yet, but initial enquiries are welcome.

2 black kittens (male, we think) and a tortoiseshell / white girl! Names are McCartney & Lennon (boys), and Star for the girl. So named because their fosterer was singing at the famous Abby Road Studios in London on the day they were born (the Beatles’ recording studio)!

With Nicky in Coventry

Email Homing Co-ordinator to enquire about adopting Minnie, McCartney, Lennon or Star

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 Homes wanted for Feral / Working Cats

An important part of our work at Coventry Cat Group involves TRN (Trap-Neuter-Return) of Feral / Working cats, and so we are always on the look out for safe places for these cats to live. Please see our separate section on our Feral work: http://www.coventrycatgroup.org.uk/ferals/

Feral /  Working cats cats are rewarding. If you have stables, farm, small holding, safe factory or even a large garden they will take care of any rodent problem in return for somewhere dry and safe to sleep and regular feeding. Cats hunt best when they are fed and healthy. Feral cats are wonderful to watch interact with each other and eventually, if allowed, find out and enjoy home comforts. Once you have gained the trust of a feral cat, they are a friend for life.

If you are able to offer a home to feral cats (eg. in a smallholding, farm or stables) please contact us, as we currently have  a number of feral and semi-feral cats in our care who need a home . 

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