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Thank you for visiting this page that shows many of the cats and kittens available for homing.  All cats that come into our care undergo a full veterinary check-up, any conditions identified are treated, all adult cats are neutered (depending upon individual circumstances, kittens will be neutered before or after adoption) and both cats and kittens are vaccinated, treated for fleas, wormed and microchipped.  This treatment costs, on average, over £150 and we ask that adopters contribute a fee of £75.  In addition, before any cat is homed, the prospective adopter is visited by one of our volunteers to ensure that the right cat goes to the right home.  When the cat or kitten is homed, it is covered by four weeks' free PetPlan insurance that can be continued by the adopter.

Age discrimination in the workplace is illegal but, unfortunately, that doesn't extend to cats!  Please don’t discriminate; give a home to an older cat.

Please register your interest in homing any of the cats or kittens either by 'phoning our Local Helpline 0845 313 4746 or by email directly tcplvadoption@live.co.uk to register your interest and for information and updates on cats and kittens available.  If you email, please provide your telephone contact number and full address.  Alternatively, if you complete the form available below each cat's details, it will be forwarded by email.

If you would like to volunteer to help in the process of homing our cats, please see our Volunteer page.


Three or four times a year, we hold 'Homing Days' where many of the cats and kittens in our care can be seen.  Please look at our Events page for details.

Many cats will suit a variety of new homes.  However, where appropriate, we identify cats that require special consideration, such as those that would not be comfortable with children or other animals.  We sometimes have a pair of cats that need to be homed together and, when this is the case, it will be highlighted on their profiles.

We sometimes have feral 'undomesticated' cats that need to live outside in the wild, maybe in a garden shed or stable.  All they need is shelter and food/water.  For this they will reward you as champion mousers, ridding your garden or outhouse of mice and rats.  They are also good for people who like cats but don't necessarily want to have a cat indoors.  To watch a short video on feral cats, click here.  To find out more about our fine ferals, ring the Local Helpline on 0845 313 4746.

Please note
that, although we make every effort to ensure that the website is up-to-date, some of the cats shown may already have been adopted whilst others in our care may not yet have been placed on the site.  Please look on our Special Plea page where we have highlighted any of the cats below that we feel have somehow been overlooked.

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Tess
Tess has been with us for some time now so we’re really keen to find her a forever home. She enjoys being around people and loves to rub around your ...
Lea Valley
Truman
I became a stray and a kind lady started feeding me. She could not keep me and, as the weather was turning colder, she called Cats Protection for ...
Lea Valley
Jewel
Hello, my name is Jewel. I was born outside and although I was fed by a lady regularly, I have had no other socialisation. As you can see I am very ...
Lea Valley
Summer & Skye
Reserved
We are the sisters of Jewel and we are about 8-10 months old. We, like our sister, were born in a garden and there was a nice lady who fed us. We ...
Lea Valley
Lou Lou
Reserved
Apparently I am about 2 years old and I was quite a successful lady working a busy overland station and getting people to feed me. I did so well that...
Lea Valley
Holly
Her foster mummy used to enjoy doing crossword puzzles until Holly came along. Nothing is safe with this little bundle of fun around. She tries to ...
Lea Valley
Popsie
Popsie is a two and a half year old female who is tortie and white. A cat that, once again, has lived in a multi cat household with various ages of ...
Lea Valley
Louis
It is very difficult to get a decent photo of Louis as he is such a lively and interested cat. He is two and a half years old, male, pure ginger ...
Lea Valley
Pusscat
Her fosterer says that she is very loving, always looking for strokes and attention. She sleeps with her fosterer at night and uses her cat bed during...
Lea Valley
Flossie
Flossie is an 11 year old female who has been with a kind lady and her other cat, who is a bit of a bossy cat and has been making life uncomfortable ...
Lea Valley
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