Cats & kittens

Rehoming list

Please consider an older cat as they are often calmer, gentler, loving and more grateful!
Black or black and white cats and kittens are nearly always overlooked so please also take this into account.

Mr Darcy (M) HC4485

Age: 18 months
Urgent rehoming required

Mr Darcy is a young cat, we think just over a year old.  He'd been visiting someone since April and all through lockdown on an almost daily basis for food and must have had a home at some stage but we have not been able to trace it.

He's very affectionate and throws himself on the ground to show his gratitude for attention - which he loves when he gets it!  He eats well and is a smashing boy who loves to lie on his fosterer's lap and go to sleep, stretching and changing position every so often, sometimes falling off!

He will need to be an only cat as he will not tolerate even the sight of our fosterer's cats.  We think it could be fear rather than aggression, given what he may have been through, but we would not recommend him for a home where there are other resident cats.   

He is very much missing being able to go outside so must go to a home with a secure garden, and it is for that reason that we have marked him for urgent homing.

Mr Darcy has been neutered, micro-chipped and vaccinated.  

As an only cat he will make an excellent and companionable pet in an adult-only home or one with children 12+.   He is chatty and responsive, loves treats and zooming around and trying out absolutely everything and everywhere in the home