Adopt a Cat in Banbury, Bicester, Brackley, Kidlington

Details about cats and kittens in our care, ready for adoption, can be seen at the bottom of this page.

When you adopt a cat from Cherwell Cats Protection you are helping us to ensure that a deserving animal gets the chance to live a full and happy life, to become a cherished pet and not simply be treated as a consumer item to be acquired and discarded at will.

All of the cats in our care receive a full medical examination in preparation for being re-homed, including a full course of vaccinations and flea and worming treatments. Cats are also microchipped and registered to their new owners, and we include four weeks free Pet Plan pet insurance with each adoption.

All adult cats are neutered in our care, whilst kittens under a specific age remain un-neutered (as per veterinarian guidance) and are re-homed along with a Cherwell CP neutering voucher to help the new owner meet the cost of having their pet neutered at the earliest appropriate age. Adoption is subject to a home visit by our re-homing officer, and the payment of our relevant adoption fee.

Included with each adoption:

  • Medical Examination
  • Vaccinations
  • Treated for Fleas and Worms
  • Microchip ID and Registration
  • Pet Plan Insurance - 4 Weeks Free Cover
Adoption fee

  • Adult Cats - £95, Neutered
  • Kittens - £95 plus a Neutering Voucher (£35 for males, £50 for females)

Next Steps

So, you’ve come to find a cat - and you know which one you’d like to meet - what now? Simply Contact | Cherwell Cats Protection
via the web form and let us know you’re interested in adopting a cat, and tell us which one.

Alternatively, you can always call 
Stephanie on 07759 620 055 or email on if you are interested in adopting cats in our care. 

We’ll arrange an introduction for you at the cat’s location (typically with the assistance of the cat’s fosterer) and if after meeting you’d like to proceed with the adoption our re-homing officer will conduct a home visit to ensure that your location is suitable for the animal to be re-homed.

We always try to find the best possible home and family for the cats in our care, and carrying out home visits before the cat is adopted is an important step to help us to learn about the individual situation with any prospective new owner.

Once the home visit is carried out successfully, we’ll help you complete some brief and straightforward paperwork which will enable you to adopt, subject to your payment of the relevant adoption fee.

Find a Cat

We hope you can find a cat or kitten to love using our latest cat profiles on this page, however we often have other felines in our care that are not quite ready for adoption, such as for legal or medical reasons. If you’d like to find out if we have any more cats available please Contact | Cherwell Cats Protection via this website.

Direct Rehoming

We don't currently offer a direct re-homing service for cat owners wishing to relinquish their pet. Our standard re-homing procedure is to take in a cat that needs our help, initiate a health check provided by a qualified veterinarian and place it in the care of one of our cat fosterers until it's ready to leave us for a permanent, loving home.