The following are some of the cats that our branch have homed over the years. We all like to read a happy ever after story and of course see photographs of the cats in their new homes. This is the reason we do what we do and makes all the hard work at times worth it. If you want to see your cat featured on this page then send details to: email@example.com
These kittens (7 months old) were adopted via direct homing. They are now called COSMO and MAGIC and are settling in beautifully - we just need to successfully integrate them with Amber cat (the sister of our previous black cat Blueberry who we sadly lost in December), which will take a little longer.
HECTOR came into our care as a stray and had to have his ear tips removed from cancerous growths. He was a very shy boy but has quickly blossomed since finding a home with a patient owner. The picture of him in her arms says it all.
BLUE is doing well and even starting to tolerate the dogs.
DYLAN came into our care as a stray. But this senior boy landed on all four paws as he is now a resident at the Bath Retirement Home for Cats where he can be found enjoying snoozing in the sunshine.
We invited my mum to stay with us a couple weekends ago not long after she had to have her dog put down. She didn't know we had PIPPIN so it was a little surprise for her when she met him. From the minute she arrived in the house he was constantly round her. When she sat down he was straight on her lap. With us he was in the habit of playing in the evening however with my mum he just settled quietly on her lap and didn't try and play at all. When she went to bed he laid down outside her door and didn't move until she got up in the morning. He did this for the three days whilst she stayed with us and this brought her great comfort. He did the same for me last week when I was dealing with the sudden loss of a dear friend. He is a very special boy who is very loving and brings great comfort when it is most needed.
TWIZZLE looking very settled and relaxed in her new home.
STANLEY is settling in well.
PHOEBE has been adopted by her fosterer who fell in love with her. Phoebe is as gorgeous as ever. She definitely knows she’s our baby now, so much love there! She must hear my car reverse on the drive when I get home from work and is waiting for me at the door. She gives the best welcome home cuddles and kisses. She’ll also follow me around the house meowing for a cuddle at times, I love it!! Here’s a photo of her enjoying the outdoors - now the cat flap is open she hardly goes out but that maybe because she’s a warm weather kitty.
GEORGE is doing so well and we love him to bits. We are so so pleased with him and so grateful that you’ve trusted us with him. He’s so loving (loves to sit on your lap and have a fuss). He’s also really come out of his shell and loves to play all the time. The last 2 evenings things have really progressed with him and the dogs. He braved it down to the lounge last night and had a little walk around with the dogs laid down in there and then today he’s asleep on my lap on the sofa with the dogs next to us! So we are so pleased with his progress.
HOLLY has now taken up residence on the bed with the rest of the family of cats.
We adopted MADDIE in October and she settled right in straight away. Her hobbies are stalking little ponies, blissfully sleeping in various spots throughtout the day and eating. But with our first Christmas approaching will the tree survive??
We recently adopted POPPY, the gorgeous tortoiseshell cat who was featured on your Facebook page and I literally fell in love with her the minute I saw her. My partner actually surprised me completely by adopting her for my birthday. I've been without my last cat, who I got from you, for nearly two years now, and I'm so in love with Poppy and enjoying having a cat once again. Thank you for helping to bring her into our lives. Never had a tortoiseshell before but she is perfect! She has settled right in and I couldn't imagine life without her. 😊
POPPY is settling in well. Her 'little ladyship' has been enjoying 4x seasons in one day outside, she's been in and out of her own accord and just walked back in, past the dogs (without hissing). She's been purring, really loudly - which my son commented on as being 'a sound that we haven't heard in the house for a while' - which is true. She's a real sweety, so far, so good.
This is the gorgeous OLIVER now called BARNABY, homed end of September. His new owner says he's really at home now and makes himself comfortable on a bed or the sofa. He is VERY affectionate in the evenings. He's a big fan of the sun bed! The perfect cat, what more could I wish for?!
We are so lucky to have adopted GEM from CP. She brings us so much fun, mischief, laughter and affection! She really is the most special kitty and we adore her. Her favourite toys are feather sticks and anything that involves ping pong balls & cardboard boxes! She also loves hiding under things, preferably duvets!
TOMMY, recently homed in Bath has settled in so well. In spite of being a bit wobbly on his pins he determinedly makes it upstairs to bed now with the rest of the clan. He seems to especially like SYLVIE the long haired grey and white lady found wandering in Street last year. She moved to the "Retirement Home" in Bath on December 31st last year. The pair are not in the best of health but are enjoying life and are HAPPY. Long may they continue to be so.
BASIL settled in very quickly - it only took a few days for him to feel confident and happy in his new home. He loves chasing his toys around and also looking out of the window watching the world go by. Although he enjoys playing, he loves to snuggle up on the settee with his owners and loves company. We're so glad that we found Basil and can't imagine life without him!
MO the big black and white fellow who was with his fosterer for over 8 months is over the moon in his new home and very much loved. He was in our care far too long and even had his own photo shoot to help find him a home.
CHARLIE an elderly tabby stray (one of several this summer). The lady who brought him to our notice was keen to adopt him but was concerned about how painfully thin he was. Vets checks highlighted a hyperthyroid condition. He has now started treatment and is in his new forever home. Cats Protection will support veterinary costs for his condition. His new owner says he has settled in well and is so affectionate. If feels like he has always lived with them.
STORM - one year on from timid to tremendous.
CHESTER was homed in November 2017 to a country home near Wells. He is now, at 17 months of age, a fine healthy fellow and much loved by his owners.
The boys (DUDLEY and VINNIE) have really settled in, they have the freedom of house and garden anytime and are always together.
FUDGE was adopted in July 2017. Fudge has fitted in well. He loves his food bless him. Once breakfast is over it's out for an hour and then back for his midday snack and mid morning snooze. Then it's time for tea! After tea it's a wander round the neighbourhoods other cat houses to see if any of them have left any food he can pinch. He likes his play time although sometimes I'm just too tired to play daddy he says lol and let's me know he has had enough with a playful swipe of his paw. He has a little massage off mommy to settle him down on his favourite blanket and then it's bedtime for our big man. Fudge is our beautiful ginger tom who is our baby and rules the house!
POPPY aka Squeaky was adopted in September 2016. It took her several weeks to settle but many things used to upset her, she hated the doorbell and would run into the kitchen and get in the wash basket on top of my fridge/freezer, she also would cower from any one coming into the house. 2 years later she is a different little girl, still has some funny traits but loves her mummy, she is now a lap cat and loves a cuddle and sleeps with me every night. We don't know what she endured before cat protection got her, but with lots of patience and love she is a little cracker now.
CHLOE is our black and white beauty who we adopted in May 2014. Probably the best cat in the whole wide world! She settled in very quickly and is a chatty lady who is always bossing me around! A very much loved member of the family.
I adopted POPPY in 2014. I was looking for a cat for mum. Her previous family had small children who would torment the life out of her so to protect herself she would bite and scratch. It was love at first sight for me (I didn’t realise I was looking for a cat). It took a lot of hard work with her. She would scratch and bite when she was shown any kind of attention, I think she felt that she would get in first before she was attacked. For the first 18mths or so she still would only get on my lap. At night I say to her bedtime and she she races up the stairs, then I get into bed she goes under the covers and she falls asleep with me cuddling her like a teddy bear. Then one day it changed. I was walking with Poppy around my neighbourhood (she likes to go for walks just like a dog) when a group of young children noticed and started laughing at me walking a cat. Poppy went over to the children and rolled over on her back and let the children tickle her belly (photo). This was Poppy’s turning point, from that day she turned the corner, she will get on anyone’s lap as long as I’m nearby. It’s almost as if she feels safe when I’m about. I really cannot recommend adopting an older cat enough, Poppy was 18mths when she adopted me and she had so much love to give and was amazed when she got love back.
We are still enjoying being of service to BIBA (on her terms only!), the little tortie who we adopted in August 2013. She is beautiful, but after all this time will still not sit on any laps! Any tips welcome!WILFRED and JESS are brother & sister and had been in care from April until Sept 2013 when we adopted them. They settled in with us really easily, Wilfred being a boy is very cuddly, but is also the boss, we call him ‘the boss man’, he has to be the first one in or out of the house & the first to eat! Jessica is such a home cat and rarely goes far, but only likes attention on her terms, although she wouldn’t hurt a fly! She is also very good at being an alarm clock and always tickles us awake, her nickname is ‘Miss Tickles or Jessica Rabbit’. Both cats were good when our new baby came along & we never had any trouble, Wilfred ignored him mostly whereas Jess still to this day sleeps in his bedroom & always appears at story time.