How to adopt a Cat from CAS
If you see a cat that you would like to adopt, you must contact the fosterer, between the hours of 9 am and 7 pm, whose telephone number appears with the cats details. Please DO NOT send emails.
Please note we generally do not home cats to flats as we feel they should have the opportunity to safely explore outdoors and in a garden, feeling free to come and go through a cat flap. However, we can make exceptions to this if there are cats or kittens that need an indoor home because it is in their best interest, and this will be noted in their descriptions. We always make any physical and behavioural assessments we need using fully qualified professionals to decide on the best home for our cats and kittens based on their individual needs, and for some, indoor homes may only be needed short term. If you can offer an indoor home for a cat or kitten, please call us to discuss the animals we have available.
Cats and dogs adopted from Croydon Animal Samaritans come with 5 Weeks Free pet insurance - whatever their age!
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Gus, Snowy & Misty
Gus, Snowy and Misty are cats rescued from an outdoor colony in Tooting that were being fed by a local resident. Big Gus (tabby boy) is likely to be the dad of many cats in the colony and is around 4 years old. Snowy (black and white boy) and Misty (tabby and white girl) are brother and sister and are almost a year old. They are all quite timid at the moment but are making great progress with their fosterer and helpers every day, and are starting to enjoy strokes and treats. Being colony cats they have a very strong bond and like to spend most of their time together. We are looking for a caring and patient indoor home for Gus and Snowy together as they are both FIV+. They have been neutered, micro-chipped and fully vaccinated. Misty is FIV- and we are hoping to pair her up with another cat from her colony for rehoming together (more details to follow). She has been neutered, micro-chipped and fully vaccinated.
Please call Rosemary on 01737 350307 for more information.
Ebony and Emily
Ebony (tortishell) and Emily (black) are a mother daughter pair that are currently looking for their forever home together. They both arrived into our care a few weeks ago after they were found living behind a parade of shops. They were both placed into a foster home on intake and have quickly made themselves at home. They both enjoy running around the kitchen chasing toys, before falling asleep on top of one another when they are tired. Emily suffers from a condition known as Pectus excavatum. This means her sternum is slightly shorter than that of a normal cat. Thankfully this doesn't, limit her in any way and she is still able to act and play like a normal kitten. Both cats have been micro-chipped and vaccinated. Ebony has also been spayed. They are looking for a home on a safe road with a garden, away from busy roads, which they can explore when Emily is older and neutered. They are looking for a home without young children.
Please call Rees on 07909 631751
Ollie & Kitty
Ollie and Kitty are 1 year old brother and sister looking for their forever home. When they first came to us they were quite nervous and so was placed into a foster home, they have since come a long way and are very loving once they get to know you. They can still be a bit jumpy with loud noises and so are looking for a home with no children and as little traffic as possible. They would need a secure garden on a safe quiet road. If you would like to offer Ollie and Kitty a home phone Jackie on 07511897012.
Reuben is a 2 year old black cat. He came in as a stray and is now looking for a comfy forever home. He is timid with new people in the chalet but does like head strokes. He is looking for a home on a safe road with a garden. He will need a adult only home as doesn't like loud noise. If you can offer Reuben a forever home then phone Barbara on 07387100718.