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. 

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 Molly

  
 
 
This little lady has recently arrived with us.  Initially she was rather shy but will now jump up on our lap to be stroked. She has had two grey kittens that were been taken from her before she was handed in and she is only a kitten herself being approximately 8 months old. We did ask the people that took the kittens to reunite them but sadly they refused. She was still full of milk and very distressed.
She has now settled and been spayed and microchipped and is very loving and affectionate.
If you would like to offer Molly her new forever home she will need a garden and not be on a main road.
Please call Barbara on 07387 100718
 (posted 27/10/21)

 Iris, Herbie and mum Clementine
 
Cute and curious little run-arounds Iris (tortie/white) and Herbie (white/black) are delightful young cats, now about 7 months old. They are very funny and very sweet natured. Herbie is the bolder of the two but both of them are eager to be entertained with things on string or tickled with feathers. They also go mad for chasing things up and down the stairs. They would like to be homed with their mum, Clementine (white/black) who is also very sweet natured and gentle and loves a bit of attention when she feels she can take her eyes off the tearaways.  She was a young mum less than a year old when she gave birth. They all get on very well.
All  have been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.
They are looking for a home with just adults or adults and older children. The little ones have never been outside so a very safe garden away from busy roads will be required to enable them to take exploring the great outdoors at a gentle pace.
Please call Sarah on 07963 694112 if you are interested in homing them.  If I'm unable to take your call please leave a message stating your name and address and I'll get back to you ASAP.
(Update 12/01/2022)

 
 
Rupert - Special Needs
 
 
 
Name: Rupert
History: Found Abandoned in Garden in Croydon in April 2021, severely malnourished/weighing only 3kg.   Health issues x 2: Diabetes requiring 2x daily insulin injection  Irritable Bowel Disease, which has caused swollen intestinal lymph nodes which give him his pot belly and has caused Vitamin B deficiency now under treatment. Special Diet of Royal Canin GI. 
Weight now up to 4.91 kg and rising (he’s looking a bit more prosperous) 
 
Profile: Age: ??? OLD AND BATTERED Boy – DSH Black - white tuxedo, gloves and boots.  Black mask. 
 
Personality: Bit of a grumpy git sometimes-all he wants to do is eat and be with people. His tail always tells truth even if he has his sweet face on!!
Doesn’t like: dogs, cats, being moved once’s he’s settled. Having tummy and sides touched. Having his claws clipped.
 
Likes: Food.(Anytime, anywhere, any sort).  Stable Laps.  Food.  Plush/ well padded  surfaces. Food. Sitting in the sun watching the world go by.  Food. String or anything long and wiggly (including computer leads). Food. 
WLTM:  a patient and cat-experienced human that he can boss around. Must be only animal in household.
CAS will meet costs of his medication and special food.
Please call Barbara on 07387 100718.
(Posted 21/11/2021)

MIKE
 
 
Mike is a very sweet boy who has not had the best start in life which has made him a little anxious but once he settles in his new surroundings I am sure he will be fine. He is very affectionate, he loves a groom and even though he's an older boy can be playful and does anything for a snack. Mike come to us after roaming the streets during lockdown. Once settled he became very friendly so we know he had a home once, but with no chip or owner coming forward Mike needs a new forever home he needs a quiet home preferably without young children.  Mike loves the outdoors and spends hours in the outdoor run at his Fosterers so will need access to a garden on a quite road.  He is up to date with jabs and has been neutered. 
If you would like to adopt Mike call Karen (Evenings after 6pm) on 07921 159841 or text and I will get back to you.
 (Posted 22/11/2021) 

Eddie A cat with additional needs.

We are looking for a special someone to adopt this very friendly boy.


Eddies is approximately 2 years old and came to us from a house with 8 other cats and 3 dogs. He is very friendly, good with other cats and seeks human company. Enjoys the outdoor life, (when its warm enough) and would make a good gardener's companion. he likes nothing more than cuddling up on the sofa for a snooze.

Eddie is microchipped, fully vaccinated,  neutered, wormed and has regular flea treatments.

Food: He has a special diet of Royal Canin gastrointestinal biscuits so he doesn't get constipated. 

We believe he got hit by a car when he was younger and is certainly very nervous when a car goes past and doesn't go near the road.

He isn't in pain but his back legs can be a bit wobbly but this doesn't deter him from doing zoomies around the garden or chasing lights or his favourite fish toy.

However he has a lack of bowl control.  He uses a litter tray to wee in but isn't aware of when he needs to poo.

This is once a day and his stools are firm. We think this is a result of damage to the spine from a car accident.

He has been assessed by the vets and although healthy in all other respects they think he has damage to his lower nerves in his spine.

Due to this we need to find Eddie an understanding home so that he can enjoy the rest of his life.

Needless to say this must be no where near a main road.

If you would like to discuss him further please call Jean on 020 8777 3065

(Posted 02/12/21)


                                                                                                          Prince 

A tabby boy approximately 5years,

Prince`s start in life was not a good one, which has given him a complex and a fear of young children.

His new for ever home at best would be a peaceful home with no very young children, 

on a quiet road as he is not keen on the outside world but must have the opportunity to go out into a garden if he so desirers. He has been neutered.

If you would like to give Prince his forever home Please call Jean 020 8777 3065. 

(Reposted 07/01/2022)


 Jules

 
 
Lovely Jules was an ex stray Tom cat. He is now a friendly chap and stands on his hind legs to get stroked and does a lot of head butting. He loves a game with his many toys. However he is needs someone who will go at his pace and allow him time to settle. Ideally one or two adults on a safe road with a garden. Jules is well behaved and uses his tray and loves his warm bed. He also seems ok with other cats. He has been neutered and microchipped.
Please phone Anna on 07790 337119.
(Posted 08/01/2022)

 
 George
 
 
George is a large short-haired black and white male cat around 6/7 years old.  He had been living as a stray for sometime before we were asked to take him in and he obviously had lived a tough life.
 
As a result of living outdoors and fending for himself George has an old fracture to his spine which means he is slightly less mobile and had a cancerous lump on his white ear.  To treat the cancer George sadly needed to have part of his ear amputated, which is now fully healed and means that he should have no further issues from this.  Whilst with us George also had a full dental with one tooth removed, and has tested negative for FIV and FeLV.  He is not on any medications.
 
George enjoys a head scratch and stroke once he gets to know you, but can sometimes be a little uncertain due to his life outdoors and may have the occasional hiss or swipe, although he is becoming more confident each day.  He does like his food and will happily eat treats from your hand.  George is a gentle giant with other animals and just wants to be everyone's friend, so will need a home with other cats who will accept him, as he becomes lonely otherwise.  He is also used to dogs in his current foster home.
 
George is ideally looking for an adult only indoor home where there are other cats he can interact with.  He will need an experienced owner who can read his body language and develop his confidence with being stroked and handled.  Full behavioural support will be given by his fosterer both during and after the adoption and homing process.  George has been fully vaccinated, neutered, micro-chipped and treated for worms and fleas.
 
If you think you can offer George the forever home he is looking for please submit an application form here.
 
(Posted 13/01/22)