Cats needing a home

How to adopt a Cat from CAS

Contact the fosterer  - 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!


We can also accept online cash and food / equipment donations via our Facebook Page ***  



Stella is about 18 months old.  She strayed into a local shop and spent the day there, refusing to leave. CAS was called in to help and she was taken in to one of our foster homes. She doesn't talk much, preferring to keep her own counsel, but she makes up for this with the loudest purr.  Stella would love a home in a quite road with a garden.
If you think you can offer Stella a forever home please contact Barbara on 07387 100718.
(Posted 14/12/2020)


Chloe is a sweet 10-12 month old girl. She came to us a few months ago as she had managed to get into an older lady's house and went under her sofa, she wouldn't leave so CAS was called. We got her and brought her to our centre, she was understandably nervous and so was placed into a foster home, we scanned her for a micro-chip and found out that she had a previous home on a farm where another rescue homed her as a feral cat. This was quite disheartening for her fosterer as right away she saw she was a sweetheart who loves attention and the company of other cats. We got into contact with her previous owner on the farm and was told that she had in fact been homed there as a feral cat and he was told to only keep her and her brother in for 10 days and then let them out! This of course lead both of the cats to disappear as soon as they were let out. At CAS we always recommend keeping a new cat in for at least a month otherwise they are more likely to run as they don't know the area. Luckily Chloe was found however she had been missing for 5 months and travelled miles away from where she started. We found out that unfortunately her brother had also been found but was involved in a RTA and had unfortunately passed away. Chloe has had a rough life and deserves the best home, she is nervous with new people to start with but does come around, she loves strokes and to sleep right next to you. Because she is slightly nervous we are only looking to home her into a indoor home. She becomes less nervous with people when she is around other cats and so we are only looking to home her to someone who already has a friendly cat who would like some company. Chloe is very laid back and likes to enjoy the comfort of a home where she sleeps most of the day. If you would like to offer Chloe a forever home contact her fosterer Katie by emailing her on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

(Posted 11/01/2021)