Fast Track Homing

We are now running a new scheme allowing cats to stay in their homes until a new suitable home is found. By completing the homing process this way where possible allows us to take into care the cats that cannot stay in their homes and ultimately allows us to help more cats.

A fast track cat is not and has never been in Cats Protection’s care but it has been health checked and treated by a CP appointed veterinary surgeon. The cat will be brought to the same standards as the cats in our care and will have received flea and worm treatments, vaccinations, be neutered, microchipped and blood tested all before being advertised for rehoming.
All of the information provided about the cat is based on information, photographs and videos given to us by the relinquishing owner. We ask for an extensive questionnaire to be completed by the owner to allow us to tell potential adopters as much information as possible about the cats and their nature.

To apply for a fast track cat please use the contact us page and let us know which cat you are interested in: 

Our homing process is very similar to our Hands Free Homing which we are currently running for the cats in our care. You can read more about this here: 

An £85 adoption fee applies to Fast Track cats as you will still receive all the same benefits including 4 weeks free Petplan insurance. 

For data protection reasons no personal information will be transferred between the relinquishing owner and adopter. The Charity will act as intermediary for those on the scheme.

Our current fast track cats available for rehoming are:



Dexter is a gorgeous 7 year old ginger cat looking for a new home. He is described as an affectionate and good natured cat who loves a comfy spot to have a snooze. Dexter also enjoys sitting on his owner's lap for a cuddle and a fuss. Dexter can be wary of children so would be best suited to an adult only home. Dexter can be territorial towards other cats and has only ever lived on his own, we feel for this reason he would be better suited as the only pet in the household. Dexter has also been described as very inquisitive and adventurous, he loves to play with ping pong balls and soft toys. He likes to spend time outdoors and previously lived in a semi-rural environment where he would occasionally bring back presents for his owners. Dexter will need a similar environment again so he can continue to enjoy a large outdoor space.

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