Meet Nash & Noodles!


We are Nash & Noodles are seven month old brothers looking for our forever home either together or separately. Our foster mammy says we are super sweet but we are very shy and require a new mammy that has lots of patience in a quiet home with no children or dogs maybe just a super chilled cat would be okay. As we are so shy we will bolt at sudden noises therefore we must have indoor home only.

Nash is black and white short haired and Noodles is black and white longhaired. Noodles will trust humans quicker and often sits on his foster mammys lap but he is not keen on being lifted up but does enjoy being brushed.

Nash is very shy and will hide away till he gains your trust but he can be picked up and will sit on your lap once trust is gained but it will take a little time.

Both boys are fully vaccinated, microchipped and neutered. They are fully litter trained. Both have their own funny characters and are living with their two foster sisters that we get along well with.

These boys will not be suitable for a busy home children or dogs and indoor only. If you would like to give these beauties their forever home contact catsaid by emailing us at



Meet Benny!

Benny is a very affectionate male cat now ready for adoption. He absolutely loves being groomed and petted. Benny also loves his food and is litter trained.

Benny is neutered and all set for a new home.

Meet Fussy!


My name is Fussy and I am a two year old long-haired female. I am fully vaccinated, microchipped, neutered and litter trained. I am very shy and will require an experienced and patient new owner. To be honest it was discovered I am not a fan of male humans so I would prefer a female  mammy.

As I am shy I will need to be kept in an indoor home only with no children and no other pets. I am a playful girl that loves to play fetch and play with scrunched up paper. I have great fun with the girls when I was initially living in a cattery.

When Cats Aid kindly took me in I had problems with my stomach  so I would like to stay on the same food which is Royal Canin sensible 33 dry and Whiskas in jelly (or Sheba in jelly) as my stomach is doing really well on this food.

If you would like to give me my forever home contact cats aid by emailing them on

Meet Gadget!

A two-year old tortie, Gadget has been fostered with Cats Aid since she was taken into our care as a kitten with her sibling. While initially somewhat nervous of humans, she has made great progress and now enjoys starting her day with plenty of pets and attention from her foster parents.

Gadget loves to play chase with the resident cats (she’s a speed demon!) and bird-watching is her go-to hobby – she can often be found perched at the back door keeping a close eye on the bird feeder and all activities in the garden. Gadget also enjoys hunting but her prey is limited to ants or small flying insects.

Her favourite treat is cheese, and her foster parents have learned to put all dairy products back in the fridge before she can discover them! Unusually, she likes opening plastic bags of all kinds (pumpkin seeds and bags of wood screws have been her favourite so far) and will happily go after any bag that’s left unattended. Future owners be warned 😊

She grows more confident every day, and will thrive in a quiet, indoor-only home with an experienced owner that is willing to give her the attention she enjoys, possibly with another cat that also enjoys chase and playtime.

Gadget is in perfect health, with microchip and vaccinations up to date, along with her blood tests – all she needs now is to find the right forever home! This forever home would need to be a quiet household with no children.

If you feel that you would like to adopt this gorgeous gal please email us at

Meet Isaac!

Indoor Only Home Applicants Please.

Hi, I’m Isaac! I am a very good-natured boy and I am aged around two years old. I was rescued by Cats Aid from a bad situation and was very nervous when I was first brought indoors but I have now blossomed into a gorgeous fella in my foster home.

I am still initially shy around strangers but once I get to know you I will come up to you for rubs and scritches and brushes, or just to sit on your lap. I get on very well with the other cats in my foster home, I am always playing with them or cuddling them.

I love watching the TV and I will come up and sit with my humans to watch whatever they’re watching. My foster mother is very jealous of my perfect winged eyeliner. I especially enjoy the company of other cats and I would love a home with other cats to play with.

I generally love my food and eat both wet and dry. I am also in tip top health. I am fully vaccinated, micro-chipped and my vaccines are all up to date.

If you are interested in adopting me please get in touch with Cats Aid via email to

Meet Gandolf!

Hello, my name is Gandolf and I am almost aged one year old. I was rescued last June along with my siblings. We were all shy at the start but have come on hugely since through lots of patience and playing games which I love with my foster parents.

I am now ready for a home of my own but I am still a bit unsure. However I do like having you within my eye-sight and if you are really calm I will let you rub my gorgeous belly.

I need a nice quiet home indoor home with no children and preferably with an owner who has homed a shy cat in the past.

I have been micro-chipped, neutered and I have all my vaccines. We are looking for the right person with a bit of shy cat experience to adopt me. If you think you are this person please email Cats Aid on

Seriously good looking!
The day I arrived in my current foster home!

Meet Gino!

Gino is an 99% all black male kitten aged about 10 months old. He has a tiny dash of white on one of his back paws. He was rescued with his two siblings and was always the most confident of the three of them. His three favourite things in life are food, TLC and games in that order.

Gino is a real little character, he is very smart, great fun and also loves to be with you. He will happily sit on your desk as you work, he won’t get up to any mischief…..well not too much!

Gino is very sweet and energetic but likes his naps too. He has about 10 beds to choose from in his foster home where he is spoilt rotten.

Gino has never met any small children in his foster home so please bear this in mind if you are looking to adopt him. While he gets on really well with his siblings he is not overly fond of other cats outside his brothers. Please also bear this in mind if you are interested in adopting Gino.

Gino is fully vaccinated, neutered and micro-chipped and has his bags all packed and ready to go.

If you feel that you can offer this gorgeous fella a good home please get in touch with us today on

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Meet Riley!

This gorgeous fella is called Riley and he was rescued from a bad situation in Dublin a few months back. He was quite shy to start out however he has turned into a very friendly cat.

Riley absolutely loves his grub and is in good health.

Riley now has all of his vaccines and he will be neutered by January.

Riley’s bags are all packed and ready so if you feel that you can offer this fella a good home please email us today at

Meet Brownie & Biscuit!

Indoor home applicants only please!

Gorgeous duo up for adoption keep reading……..

Brownie (dark female Tortie) and Biscuit (male ginger) are both adult cats aged around 7 years. They were rescued from an extended tough life outside. That was very unpleasant for them as they are long hair cats and need to have a home where they can keep their fur in a good condition.

Biscuit loves to be brushed and will let you know with loud purrs. Both are still shy, but Biscuit will approach humans on the first day if they allow him time and space. He is more interested in humans and being brushed rather than playing.

Brownie is more cautious, she will stay away, but will observe. And she is the first one to start playing with toys. They also like to play with each other and will run around your house if they have the space.

They need a home with people who will give them space and who will be patient enough to build their trust, but also will try to animate them and play with them.

They are coming fully vaccinated, micro-chipped and are well used to indoor life.

Please email if you feel that you can offer this gorgeous duo a home based on the information above. Alternatively please ring us on 087 693 5100.

Foster instead of Adopt? Please click here!

Cats Aid are always on the look-out for new fosterers. We currently have some urgent cases of older cats being surrendered through no fault of their own. If you think that this is something you would like to get involved in (even short-term using a spare bedroom) please send us an inquiry to and we can then have a chat with you about this very rewarding aspect of our work and what it involves.

So if you live in Dublin or the out-skirts and decide that you would like to go ahead please note that this may involve a quick home-check via Whats App. If you are renting you will need a letter from your land-lord.

The following will be the kind of questions we will ask you if you email us enquiring about fostering for Cats Aid –

We currently have a super team of fosterers from all walks of life who do great work. Below are some of their very recent comments …….

I love fostering for Cats Aid as when a newbie arrives at my house for fostering on day one they may be very young & scared, unwell or just needing TLC. The transformation I have witnessed over a period of time to when these cats go to their new homes can be hugely rewarding and heart-warming. I highly recommend it’.


‘Fostering gives me purpose that I can make a difference’

I love fostering for Cats Aid as every cat that comes through my home enriches my life, and I know I’ve done something to enrich theirs’


‘I love fostering for Cats Aid as it’s so rewarding. Watching our cats grow in confidence and gain homes who help them thrive is one of the most rewarding things I have ever been part of’


In the four years that I have fostered for Cats Aid, I have come to love this group as my friends and support system. Not only do they give the best care possible to every cat they take in but are also very thoughtful, mindful about every foster family and their needs as well


‘I love fostering for Cats Aid because it is so rewarding to see a cat who perhaps has been neglected or abandoned, coming around to its true loving nature and ultimately finding a forever home’


We look at our‘resident’ cats, who were all fostered by Cats’ Aid, and are so grateful that someone had opened up their home (or spare room!) to care for them until they found their way to us. Fostering for us means helping create more forever homes for cats


‘I love fostering for Cats’ Aid because it’s so satisfying seeing scared cats and kittens respond to my care and head off confidently to their forever homes’


I’m delighted to be fostering cats for Cats Aid. I love cats but as I travel a lot I can’t really own one. Cats Aid allows me to have a furry friend on a temporary basis. I help a friend gain confidence and the cat gives me companionship. Cats Aid is also a lovely group of dedicated, kind people who all help one another with advice and practical assistance


‘I love fostering for cats aid because it is so fulfilling and a joy to be able to help all the vulnerable cats and kittens’


I enjoy fostering for Cats Aid because it’s fun to get to know all the different cats and their personalities. It’s great to see the positive results of your care and attention as they get ready for their new home’


‘I love fostering for cat’s aid because it is so fulfilling and a joy to be able to help all the vulnerable cats and kittens’

I love to foster for Cats Aid because of the rewards I get to see an unwanted cat become socialized and develop a super sweet personality already for their forever home’


Fostering especially during Covid has been so great for me as I’m not working at the moment and knowing there is a little kitten waiting to be fed and watered helps me get up in the morning. I love doing what I do and hope I will be able to continue as long as possible


We look forward to hearing from you! The Cats Aid Team