Adopt via our Direct Homing Scheme

Where we're not able to take in a cat that needs a new home, we try to help via our Direct Homing Scheme. This is referred to as a 'private adoption' as it is up to the potential adopter to liaise directly with the current carer to decide if the cat is suited to its possible new home. Equally, it is up to the current carer to decide whether the potential adopter will provide a good home, properly care for the cat, and keep the cat indoors in its new home for at least six weeks. The current carer continues to look after the cat until an adoption takes place.

We feature the cat on our website and give brief details but we make no claim to accurate knowledge of the cat, its health, vaccination status, whether it is neutered, micro-chipped, etc.

Cats featured will stay on the site until we hear/establish that they have been rehomed or other arrangements made.

There are no adoption fees for this - the Direct Homing Scheme - but either party may want to make a donation to the branch which is much appreciated.


Five friendly young cats in B21 need homes. All between 1 and 3 years of age and all neutered.
       

       

   
Phone SOPHIE on 07727 107227     (9/8/18 )

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Lucky ( 5 months B & W) and Nosy (18 months - white)
Both Neutered Males in Saltley B8
     
Contact Georgia  -  07835 422486    (1/8/18 )
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Rafi  -  5 year old Male  (24/7/18)
Neutered, Chipped, Vaccinated

Doesn't get on with other cat in household
Contact Naomi - 07789 953391
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Bob - think aged around 10 yrs (20/7/18)
Neutered

Call Toni 07482 680980  (B43)
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Colin   3 yr B&W male   ( 20/7/18)
Neutered, Vaccinated, Microchipped
Colin
Contact owner Lisa (emigrating ) direct on
07815 863934   ( B76 )
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THE STRAY THAT CAME TO STAY!

   (Updated 26.6.18)
 
This little stray wandered into Linda’s garden approximately one year ago and Linda has been caring for her ever since.
She would happily keep her but she already has two cats of her own.
Linda tells us a little more about Steph below: 
“Steph is about 2 years old.  She is not microchipped and we’re not really sure if she has been vaccinated.  When she arrived, we noticed that she had patches of sensitive skin.  The vet diagnosed her with a skin condition which is controllable with medication.   She is friendly – even with strangers and likes to be stroked – although she does tend to hide away from children so would be best suited to an adult only environment.   Because we already have two cats, she tends to stay outdoors and sleeps outside in our garden.  I would love to find her a home soon as I wouldn’t like her to spend another winter in the cold outdoors."
If you think you could give Steph the care and love that she clearly needs, and are interested in learning more about this sweet 2 year old,
then please call LINDA on 07948 605732 for more details, or to arrange a visit in the Erdington area.
STRIPE
(Updated 23.6.18)
  
Rochelle tells us that due to a change in personal circumstances, she is no longer able to take care of Stripe.
Read more of what she says about this fun loving, cuddle seeking kitty, below:
“Stripe is a 1 year old male who has been microchipped and neutered.  He is a friendly cat who loves to have cuddles - he is a big boy.  He brings home leaves and sticks and currently lives with 4 other cats, 2 dogs and 2 children...and loves to chase a laser around!  Stripe is a very calm cat but does like to go hyper when he sees a fly.”
 
 If you think you could offer a loving home to this cute cat, then please call 
ROCHELLE on 07460 549079 for more details, or to arrange a visit in the Sutton Coldfield area.
ADORABLE AND ABANDONED!
(Updated 18.6.18)
                  
These two "adorable" cats are being lovingly cared for by their neighbour who learned that they had been
abandoned by their previous owners when they moved away.
Read more of what Tracey says about them below:
“These two kitties are about 3 years old.  We think the black and white is a girl and the tabby a boy – but this has not been confirmed.   The tabby cat is a little nervous but once he becomes familiar with you, he is okay.   Neither of these cats are feral.   They appear to be playful and affectionate.   I have been feeding them regularly and their appetite is fine.  I am afraid I know nothing of their history, whether they are vaccinated or spayed/neutered.   But I do know they are friendly and that I would really like to find them a loving home.  I already have a couple of senior cats otherwise I would happily take these adorable cats in”
 If these abandoned cats have tugged on your heart strings, then please call 
TRACEY on 07966 254691 for more details, or to arrange a visit in the Great Barr area.
ROSIE & TIDDLY
(Updated 8.5.18)
        
Rosie and Tiddly are sad because their owner has passed away. Although they are being well cared for by Sharon, she is unable to take them on full-time, so they are now looking for a new home together, where they can receive the love and security they once knew. 
 Read what Sharon says about these inseparable best friends below:
Rosie and Tiddly have been indoor cats since they were kittens and are now in their ninth/tenth year.   They tend to shy away from the outdoors, preferring to spend time at home – sleeping.

Rosie is an affectionate cat who doesn’t play much these days.

Tiddly is more timid than Rosie and doesn’t like too much fuss – at least not until she knows you better so a little patience is required here.

The ideal home for them would be a very quiet household where they could stay indoors and gradually acclimatise themselves to their new environment.   They have not been spayed or microchipped. “ 
Could you offer these two beauties a caring, loving home?  
Then please call Sharon on 07722 862317 for more details, or to arrange a visit in the Dudley area.  


SUCCESS STORIES & UPDATES!
   28.6.18 Whiskers and Ginger have both moved into their new homes and Rochelle tells us they appear to have settled in well.  Pawsome!!



5.6.18  Rochelle tells us that due to a change in personal circumstances, she is no longer able to take care of Stripe, Whiskers and Ginger.


  18.6.18 Great news!  Toby has found his new forever home!  We are so pleased for him and hope he is very happy there!

5.6.18  Fluffy, Scrappy and Toby need to find a new home ASAP!  Stephanie has to let these beautiful boys go as her new Private Landlord has a 'No Pets' policy!!  Despite her reluctance to see them go, she is keen to ensure they find a new loving, caring, forever home!
 
  18.6.18 Fluffy and Scrappy are off to pastures new via our Birmingham Adoption Centre.  We wish them every success in finding their forever homes!   

5.6.18  Fluffy, Scrappy and Toby need to find a new home ASAP!  Stephanie has to let these beautiful boys go as her new Private Landlord has a 'No Pets' policy!!  Despite her reluctance to see them go, she is keen to ensure they find a new loving, caring, forever home!
  
11.6.18  Pandora and Cleo set off to their new home yesterday.  Joanna was unerstandably sad to see them go, but, like us, she is delighted that they have been re-homed together - hooray!  

29.5.18  Joanna has cared for Pandora and Cleo since they were six months old but, sadly, her new landlord does not allow pets!  Over the years these lovely ladies have become very close so, ideally, Joanna would love to find them a caring, forever home where they could stay together and continue to enjoy each other’s company!


 
1.6.18   Ozzie is now with Cats Protection Adoption Centre - hopefully it won't be long before someone snaps this beautiful boy up!

21.5.18    Cute cat “Ozzy”  was going to move house but sadly his new Landlord does not allow animals  so he now needs to find a new loving home.

19.5.18  They say everything comes to those who wait!  And it did.  Bobtail is no longer a 'greenhouse' cat but has her own forever home. Ann couldn't be happier - and we wish Bobtail every happiness too.

29.4.18  Bobtail is now in the care of one of our Adoption Centres where she will be looked after until she finds her very own 'forever home'.  Despite missing her, Ann wishes her every  happiness - as do we!! 

7.2.18  Kind-hearted Ann has been taking care of this 'affectionate and friendly' stray, and has named her ‘Bobtail’.  However, she feels it's now time to find her a loving home/family of her own. 
 
25.4.18   Flic is now with the Cats Protection Adoption Centre - hopefully she will now find a loving, caring forever home.

7.2.18  Flic is ‘happy, independent and calm' but her bullying housemates are making her incredibly anxious. 
21.4.18   Great News. Tabby is now happilly settled into her new home with Rita.  We wish Rita and Tabby much happiness together!

7.2.18 Tabby's carer is unable to spend as much time with her as she'd like and is seeking a loving, caring home for her. 
7.4.18   Annie says that Tom Tom has now been rehomed with a nice lady.  Good luck to them both!

27.2.18  Annie is looking to rehome adorable Tom Tom as her current carers are moving into sheltered accommodation and, sadly, cannot take her with them.  

20.3.18 Archie has now found a place at a Nottingham Cat Rescue Centre where they will take care of him until he finds his forever home - Good luck Archie!

1.3.18  Sadly, a severe allergic reaction to cats means that gorgeous ginger tom Archie needs to find a new home.
  
19.3.18  Anita has advised that Tiger and Thomas have found places with a cat rescue!  We wish them well in finding loving homes.

27.2.18  Tiger and Thomas were very much loved by their carer, whom they have sadly lost! 
    
8.3.18  Yve has informed us that these two beauties have been taken in by the Blue Cross.  Let's hope they do manage to find a loving home together. We wish them well!

5.3.18  Rakelle and Ritzy have been together for nine years and, sadly, they recently lost their carer.
 
8.3.18  Lisa has managed to find a home for these two beautiful boys together - purrrfect!  Good luck guys from all of us here at Cats Protection!

5.3.18  Lisa’s young baby is allergic to cats so, sadly, these two beautiful brothers have to find a new home / family to take care of them!

    
 
7.3.18   Anita has sent this lovely picture of GINGER in his new home.  She says he will be doted on and has settled in well!  Great news.   

19.2.18 Ginger, Tiger and Thomas were very much loved by their carer, who they have sadly lost. 
    
22.2.18  MILLIE has now been adopted - hooray!  We wish her much happiness in her new home.  

19.2.18   As a result of landlord issues, MILLIE found herself with nowhere to go. Neighbours, Loraine and Bob, took her in and gave her much needed TLC and shelter. Reluctantly, they admit it’s now time to find MILLIE her forever home.

25.1.18 LILY is now in the care of an adoption/rescue centre.  We wish her well in finding her new loving home.

17.1.18 LILY is looking for her forever home.  Her carer has been hospitalised and is, sadly, no longer able to look after her.
25.01.18  MOLLY's carers are now able to keep her which is great news all round!

5.12.17 MOLLY needs to find a new home as a result of a house move.
9.1.18 Theresa has advised us that TRIXIE has now been rehomed to a 'lovely family'. 

3.1.18 TRIXIE was taken in by Theresa, her carer, when she needed a little extra TLC. Unable to keep her, as she has three cats already, Theresa is hoping to find Trixie her forever home.