Do you love cats but can’t adopt one? Or are you looking for a gift for a friend or family member who loves cats?!

We in Cats’ Aid have many cats in long-term care who are unhomable for many reasons. They could be old, or have long-term illnesses or behavioural issues. These cats are homed with some of our wonderful volunteers who look after them with love and care for the duration of their lives. All their veterinary needs are met by Cats’ Aid.

You can help us to take care of these long-term foster cats by sponsoring one through our online shop.

Meet Caesaire

Meet Caesaire

08/10/2015

I am Caesaire, although I frequently hear them refer to me as the ‘Queen Bee’. I am beautiful – long black fur, stunning green eyes and a […]

Meet Stevie

Meet Stevie

15/05/2015

Stevie was rescued in April 2013 when a call came in from a lady looking for help with a cat she almost knocked down. He was skinny […]

Meet Oisin

Meet Oisin

15/05/2015

Oscar – 8 year long-haired white with tabby markings. I’m also known as “Gorgeous” and I am with a personality to match my appearance.  I love attention […]

Meet Susie & Ginger

Meet Susie & Ginger

15/05/2015

We are thought to be mother & daughter and we are know as the “Golden Girls”.  We are approximately 15 & 14 years old.  Our owner died […]

Meet Mia

Meet Mia

29/03/2015

Meet Mia, believe it or not she is the ripe old age of 17 but, lucky her, doesn’t look a day of it 🙂 We decided to foster […]

Flora

Flora

13/11/2014

Flora is another shy Tortie who does not like to be petted but when she comes in wet from the outside  enclosure cries to be dried off. […]

Paris

Paris

13/11/2014

Paris is a friendly affectionate girl who likes to sit on the table close to her foster mummy and helps with the paperwork-and the phone calls.

Oisin

Oisin

13/11/2014

Oisin is a desperately shy cat who only comes out to eat from under the bed Or a press when all the other cats have gone to […]

Romy

Romy

13/11/2014

The shy and gentle tabby adores his foster mammy.

Wonky

Wonky

13/11/2014

Wonky is so called because as a kitten she was unfortunately injured and has sustained brain damage. This results in her having a very lopsided walk, therefore […]