Adopt a Cat

Do call in and see all our cats, especially some of our long stay ones. We have a variety of colours, male and female. A couple will be getting prepared to be neutered, so please do ask about them. Following the fantastic re-homing of Sally, who was here for just over 2 years, we are hopeful that some of our other cats will find perfect homes soon. 

Meet Toby.....unfortunately Toby has been returned due to no fault of his. Toby is a lovely boy, who enjoys going outside and exploring. He is friendly and does not seem to mind other cats. Toby is approximately 8 years old and would love another chance to find his forever home.

Meet Tia...Tia has recently joined us and is a pretty 1 year old girl, who gets on well with humans, but is not so keen on other cats! She has settled in well in a very short space of time and will make an ideal family pet. Do came and pay her a visit soon.

Meet Stella...Stella was a stray and is deaf, so an understanding home, ideally with an enclosed garden would be perfect. She is approximately 10 years old and is all white with pretty blue eyes. Stella has had some treatment for  her skin, and her fur and general health are improving daily. She has a loud miaow and is an affectionate girl. Can you offer her a safe and secure home?

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Meet Georgia....she came in with her kittens who have now been re-homed. She is approximately 14 months old and is a lovely calm, quiet girl, who would make the perfect household companion. Georgia is waiting to be neutered, and is so patient and kind...*RESERVED*...

Meet Ash and Oak....sadly their owner has to re-home them, and whilst they are still at home with her, we have her description below about these 2 beautiful cats. If you are interested, please email us directly, or call on Ipswich 727496, during our opening hours 9-12 noon, Monday to Saturday, and ask for Liz, who has the contact details. We are helping in the re-homing process and are able to put prospective owners in touch with their current owner.

'Due to no fault of their own I've had to make the heart-breaking decision to re-home my two cats. I hand-reared them both so understand this is a very hard decision and only a loving forever home will be considered. I think they would be very upset in a cattery so have taken the decision to re-home them from my home.

Ash and Oak are both 6 years old, turning 7 this year. They are two very individual characters (they are not actually brothers and when you know them they look and act nothing alike!) They do like the quiet life and although they have lived with dogs they would prefer a house without dogs unless it is a dog that leaves them to their own devices and lets Oak rule the roost! They have also been around children but again unless older/calmer children they would probably prefer no children.  I also don't think they would settle with other cats as it has always just been the two of them.

They are both very affectionate and loving but also independent and happy so long as they get fed! They love a lap and Ash's purr is beautiful. They will make someone/a family the most loving additions and I cannot explain how much I will miss them.  I have lots more to say and would love to talk to prospective people. Please feel free to ask me any questions'.


Meet Lilly....she is approximately 10 years old, so an older girl but with plenty of love to give. Lilly is very friendly and a calm cat, looking for her final permanent home. She has settled in well since being with us and would make the perfect companion. Lilly does need to eat a fish based cat food as this suits her better!

I'm actually happy as have a perfect home waiting!

Daisy....Daisy is a feral cat, and therefore could live outside with plenty of room to roam. She would need a warm, dry shelter and fed, but then essentially left alone. If you are able to adopt a feral cat please call our centre. Daisy is under a year old and is all black...*RESERVED*...

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Meet Forrest..... this is a very special boy to us and needs that very special understanding home. Forrest did not have the best of starts in life and came to us as a very scared, nervous and frightened boy. We had him neutered and after weeks of patience and calmness he has absolutely flourished. Forrest will interact with us, walk about quite happily and let us stroke him and be picked up. If a sudden movement or noise startles him, he doesn't like it and just needs that quiet time again. It would be best if he's re-homed as an only pet, with no children, ideally in a quiet home, access to a garden and previous cat owners. He will make a loving cat, he's already a long way down that road! Forrest is approximately 1 year old, and loves the attention now and strokes. Are you his perfect match

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Ipswich & District
Animal Welfare

181 Cauldwell Hall Rd
United Kingdom

01473 727496

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