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Here are our cats & kittens that are ready for rehoming. This webpage is updated regularly.

All our animals who are ready for adoption are also shown on the National RSPCA “Find a Pet” website, where they have lots of free online help and support, if you are considering adopting a pet or have just taken a new animal into your home. We are always happy to give help and advice about re-homing an animal.


Our adoption fees for adult cats are £65 and kittens up to 6 months old are £75. The cost includes neutering, vaccination against Feline Infectious Enteritis and Influenza, micro-chipping. Additional donations are greatly appreciated to help us to continue with our work. 

The next step is to arrange for the whole family to come and meet the cat. It’s best for everyone from the household to meet the cat to rule out allergies or other issues.

We will then arrange to visit your home to discuss your new cat with you and answer any further questions you may have about rehoming .

During the home visit, we can ensure the home is suitable and advise on preparing your home and garden, removing potential dangers, and buying food, bedding, and toys.

We aim to carry out home visits within a week of the animal being reserved.

If you would like to offer one of our cats a new home and you would like to arrange to meet them, please call our Branch Manager Julia Tucker on 0161-286-2503 or email rspca.altrincham.cheshire@googlemail.com


Daisy is a very soft and loving little girl who likes sitting on laps and playing. She is very gentle natured and would suit a calm home. Daisy is around 10 weeks old and has been neutered, microchipped and vaccinated

Max, Clara, Cleo & Chloe are 5 month old kittens who came into our care as feral kittens terrified of the real world. 

Over the last 3 months in foster care all four of them have learned that people aren’t the worst thing ever but they still err on the side of caution. The progress they have made is truly outstanding and in the right forever home there is no reason to think they wouldn’t continue to grow in confidence.

They all are quite content to potter round the house, play with toys, chase each other round, climb curtains and do everything a normal kitten would do but don’t like loud noises or sudden movements towards them. They would be best suited in a home with no young or loud children and an understanding family who are happy to be patient and give them the time they need to settle in and find their paws.

They all absolutely adore the resident cats in their foster home and would be well suited to be rehomed to a house with current furry residents.

Ideally the kittens would be rehomed in pairs with one of Max & Clara (the more confident ones) going with one of Cleo & Chloe (the shy girls). The confidence, that Max & Clara have, would help Cleo & Chloe come out of their shells in their forever homes as they really look up to them to see whether they should go out and explore. 

Clara is the most confident of the bunch and the only one who will let her foster daddy pick her up for cuddles and kisses. She is the first in line at meal times and will even take dreamies straight from your hand. Like her siblings she enjoys running round with toys, playing with pieces of stray litter and climbing anything she can! She has an infectious purr and for the most part is happy when you stroke her too.

Max is the tabby boy who is very confident in himself but a little less sure around people. He is a cheeky boy who knows exactly what he is doing when he is being naughty!!

Max will tolerate a gentle stroke but isn’t keen on being picked up. Max’s progress has been heart warming to see, he always used to hiss and spit at his foster daddy but that only comes after loud noises or if he is startled.

He is regularly found on the bed having a snooze or chasing one of his sisters early in the morning!

Cleo is a pretty all black girl who takes in confidence from Clara & Max.

She loves snuggling up with them both (and Chloe) at night and will always watch them from a distance to know what they are doing is safe. She too loves the older cats in the foster home and can often be found having a snooze with them and always lets them give her a clean too!

Cleo would benefit with a quiet home and an understanding family where she can grow in confidence. You can tell she is very curious and loves exploring but just needs a bit more of a confidence boost to go and do some of the things Clara & Max take for granted.

While Chloe is the shy girl of the bunch she is a beautiful fluffy sweetie. She is the first to scurry away but despite that she rarely does this anymore. Instead she tends to retreat to a safe distance and then moves forward when she is content.

Chloe adores her more confident siblings and is always checking for reassurance from them. Being a fluffy girl she will eventually need a bit more grooming than her siblings but only once she has settled into her forever home!

Chloe can still be quite the character and is routinely found causing chaos at 6am running round with her siblings! While she is the shy girl still her progress has been just as impressive as her siblings and she continues to improve each day.  

Ben and Holly are gorgeous, soft pure white kittens around 12 weeks old.

Ben being the fluffy longer hair. Both are sweet and gentle and love cuddles and playtime.

Ben is always nosy and instantly wants to know what’s going on.

Holly is very relaxed and chilled out.

They will be neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped before they are rehomed.

Ben and Holly

Toby, Tinkerbell & Tinx are a trio of 16 week old bundles of fun! They're very closely bonded and spend all their time playing or sleeping with each other so we would love it if they could all find a home together, but if not they would need to be rehomed either as pairs or to homes with other friendly cats/kittens who they could play and cuddle up with.

All three kittens have been neutered, microchipped and vaccinated and are ready to find their forever home(s), so if that could be with you please get in touch!


Toby & Tinkerbell

Toby (black) is the master mischief maker, and will play with you for hours on end - he's the Duracell bunny of kittens. He's super friendly, happy to be picked up and carried around, and just loves his food - he'll do silent meows to let you know when it's feeding time! Toby is known affectionately as "little froglet" because his back legs splay out in a very cute way when he sits down - our vets have checked him over and see no cause for concern at present, but this will need to be monitored as he grows. 

Tinkerbell & Tinx

Tinkerbell (white & tabby) is the beauty of the bunch, and entrances everyone with her eyes. She's cheeky and playful, and can usually be found accompanying Toby wherever he's making mischief. She is very affectionate and will demand head rubs and cuddles at any time of day or night. Like Toby she's quite happy being handled, and her favourite thing is being up high - she was first to get to the top of the cat tree in her foster home.

Tinx (ginger & white) is the baby of the bunch, and although he's the same age as the others he's still very petite. He can be shy and wary of new people, and took a few weeks to fully blossom in his foster home, but once he's decided he trusts you he'll be yours for life - he just loves to sleep snuggled up to his foster mum or her resident older cat, and will miaow loudly if he can't find them and needs a cuddle! Tinx gets a lot of his confidence from the cats he is around, so it's really important that he's rehomed somewhere with feline company. Although he loves being fussed and purrs for Britain he isn't keen on being picked up or held (even for short periods), so is probably better suited to a household with no young children.


Amber, Cookie and Pip are looking for their forever home after coming into the care of the RSPCA over 2 months ago.

Amber is the mum who is ginger, she is over a year old and very friendly and affectionate though can be a little shy when first meeting people.

Cookie and Pip are both tortie females who are about 14 weeks old. They are adorable, playful and very affectionate, we would prefer them to be rehomed together as they have been through so much and are never far away from each other. Cookie has more white on her than her sister.

All the cats will be spayed, vaccinated and microchipped prior to rehoming

Amber, Cookie and Pip
Amber is the mum who is ginger, she is over a year old and very friendly and affectionate though can be a little shy when first meeting people.
Cookie and Pip are both tortie females who are about 14 weeks old. They are adorable, playful and very affectionate, we would prefer them to be rehomed together as they have been through so much and are never far away from each other. Cookie has more white on her than her sister.

Rosie is a semi-longhair tortoiseshell, about 3 years old.

She enjoys cuddles, on her own terms, and playing with her toys. She is wary of dogs so would best suit a home without one and would be better with older children. She took time to settle in her foster home but is now very confident.

She is vaccinated, microchipped and spayed.

Nina is a 9 year old female tabby who loves to spend hours looking out of the window or sleeping.

Nina has settled in lovely and can be a real sweetie with a little patience.

Nina likes her own company so no other cats or dogs.

Nina would suit a quiet home without children and is fine on her own whilst you’re at work. Give Nina her forever home she really deserves it.

Nina has been spayed, vaccinated and microchipped.



Charlie and Jill have come into the RSPCA care after their owner sadly passed away. Ideally they would be rehomed together as they have always lived together.

Jill is a lovely tortieshell cat, she is very confident and friendly settling into her foster home immediately.
She will come and sit with you and loves being stroked, purring away. She has lovely soft fur and likes her tummy rubbed. If you stop too soon she will reach out a paw to ask for more! She is sitting with me and purring as I write.

Jill is very chatty letting you know she wants something or just in appreciation. She would be great company for someone who is at home a lot. She is about 13 years old but is in good health with a little middle age spread!

Charlie is a very handsome Persian cat. He is various shades of grey and is a stunner with lovely green eyes.
Charlie is very shy, he has been with us for 10 days and is now starting to venture out more. He is more than happy for you to come and visit him in his little safe corner and have some fuss. He loves being chuckled under his chin and purrs, standing up so that you can reach him better.

He is a big saggy bagpuss not overweight just a big ball of fur! Charlie is 14.

He is very docile, I have picked him up everyday and each time he has stayed a little longer. He would need a quiet home with someone who has the patience to gradually gain his confidence.

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