C.A.S. Kittens Seeking Homes up to 6 months old

 Our Kitten Policy

Please consider the following important points when thinking of adopting a kitten or kittens:-

  1. Many people enquire about homing a single kitten. Are you at work all day? If so, a single kitten would get very lonely, it may be better to consider a pair of kittens to keep each other company during the long day.
  2. Can you keep a kitten or kittens indoors until they have been spayed/neutered? If you have children, what are the practicalities of them keeping doors and windows closed? 
  3. Kittens become cats and can live to a ripe old age (up to 20 years at times) – it is a long commitment!
  4. Do you go away on holiday a lot – who will look after the cat or cats?
  5. Do you live on a busy road, or is the surrounding area very busy? If so, this is not an ideal place for a kitten to live – you may be better considering a ‘streetwise’ cat.
  6. Veterinary fees can be expensive and vary from vet to vet. As a guide, annual vaccinations can cost between £30-£50 each (kittens need 2 vaccinations when they are 9 and 13 weeks old). Spaying and neutering costs between £65-£85 per kitten. Check with your local vet for their tariff. Feeding a cat will cost you a minimum of £7 per week. Your cat will also need regular flea and worm treatment.
  7. We generally do not home kittens 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 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 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 kitten, please call us to discuss the animals we have available..

These guidelines are for the best interests of the cats and also the new owners– remember that happy cats make happy cat owners!

Please note that a minimum donation of £90 for un-vaccinated kittens (usually under 10 weeks) and £40 extra for fully vaccinated kittens is required (£20 per vaccination). This enables the charity to carry on helping the many cats that are referred to us for re-homing.

Please do not send emails in regard to adoption. Thank you.

This page contains kittens looking for homes that are up to 6 months old. For kittens above this age please refer to Cats Seeking Homes page. 

   Six kittens 



Meet this six pack of joy who are ready to go to their new homes.

 They are a mixture of male and female and must go in pairs of two.

They are eating independently and are fully litter tray trained. We need them to go to homes on a quiet road with their own garden but no small children.

They all must stay indoors until they are neutered and microchipped at 6 months of age. The fosterer will keep in contact to make sure that this has been carried out.

They will have a health check and a worming treatment at the vet before they are homed. If you would like to find out more please contact Jackie on 07511 897 012.

(Posted 01/07/22)

 Austin and Lotus are now reserved 

These two delightful and fluffy kittens are now 9 weeks old.

Their mother came to us pregnant and they were born at one of our foster mothers houses. Both Austin and Lotus need to be homed together as they are brother and sister.

They have both had their health check and had flea and worm treatment. As they are so young they are very playful and sociable. Their vaccinations will need to be started soon and their neuter and microchip will need to be done at 6 months of age. Once this is done they will need access to a garden to play and  explore in well away from any main roads.

If you would like to adopt these kittens please read our kitten policy.

(Posted 27/07/22)