Adopt a Cat

If you are interested in adopting a cat from us, please fill out our homing form.  If you have any problems filling out the form, or any queries about adoption, please call us on 01494 681615 or email us at   Once we have your details and requirements, we will contact you to discuss the options.  We aim to contact you within 24 hours, although as we are all volunteers this may not always be possible, so please be patient.

If you would like to know more about the adoption process, please read our frequently asked questions.  If you would like any further help, please get in touch with us.

Please note that you should ideally live within the High Wycombe and South Bucks catchment area (HP6-15 and SL7-9) to adopt from this branch.  If you live outside this catchment area but still want to adopt one of the cats shown on this website, please contact us.

Below are the cats that are in our care and waiting for homes.  We may also have other cats or kittens that are not quite ready for homing, so even if you don’t see a suitable cat on this page, please still fill in the form above.  The cats pictured below are in approximate order of coming into our care.  The cats that have been waiting the longest time for a forever home are towards the bottom of the list, so if they look suitable for you, please spare them some thought.

One last thing – when are you thinking about what sort of cat to adopt, you might like to watch this video first…

Louis (3 years old, white with black markings) and Harley (1 year old, black) are two friendly males eager for strokes and cuddles once they get to know you. They are very inquisitive and eager to explore but can also be a bit shy and cautious. Harley is a bit more shy and so both will suit a home without dogs and very young children.

Miffy is 7 years old and has been in our care for quite some time. She is a very affectionate cat who loves strokes and cuddles but she hates other cats and dogs.  When she is stressed she starts to pull her fur out, so this is kept under control by monthly injections, which will be paid for by Cats Protection – all she needs is a very caring and understanding person. She is not very good with litter trays, so during her initial indoor 3-week period, she will need some patience from her owner – but once allowed freedom, she should settle down very well and enjoy being a lap cat again.  Can you offer poor Miffy a home?

This is Tyler, and as you can see he’s still very shy in his pen environment, after having been living rough for many years. He is about 10 years old, and is all black apart from a couple of white whiskers!  He is very gentle, and needs a quiet home (without children) with someone caring who is willing to give him time to come out of his shell.  He will also need to be kept indoors as he has FIV (see our links page for more information).

Meet Larry, a large 7-year old black and white male with an even larger personality! Larry came into our care after a long period of living rough, having been abandoned by his owners and left to fend for himself. As a consequence he was very distrustful and in a neglected state.  Larry has since become a delightful chap who loves to be stroked and fussed.  He is a little excitable and needs a calm household without children and other pets, where he could finally feel safe and loved.  His new owner would need to be an experienced cat owner with plenty of time for him, and be able to keep Larry indoors as he has FIV (see our links page for more information).  Can you make him as “happy as Larry”?!

For any queries regarding our homing form or offering a cat a home please call us on 01494 681615 or send an email to   The homing form itself is at the top of this page.