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Adopt a Cat
We have many beautiful cats of all ages and backgrounds waiting for a home of their very own.
Can you find room for one in your home?

We are a small charity based in the Reading, Maidenhead and Henley on Thames areas. We aim to rehome our cats and kittens within approximately a 20 mile radius of Henley.

Kittens (Please read our article : Adopting Kittens)

We have kittens ready for homes and younger kittens who can be seen and reserved.

Adult cats (Please read our article : Tips on adopting an adult cat)
 
We have a lot of cats in our care at the moment which are not yet ready to be rehomed. Below are listed some of the cats which are now ready for rehoming. If you do not see what you are looking for please phone us as the situation is always changing as more cats are taken into care.

Willow,Holly and Hattie.
Willow is a lovely sweet-natured cat who loves human company. She is extremely loving and affectionate and likes nothing better than to curl up with you as close as she can get. She plays with her sisters but often seeks out the warm lap in preference of play time.
Holly is a very pretty young cat who loves her food but also likes a fuss. She and Hattie are close, with Holly the more confident sister
Hattie is a shy but loving little girl who is fond of her sister Holly who gives her more confidence. As a result, they would like to be homed together



Pollyanna is an incredibly sweet cat who cannot get enough affection, she was found at an industrial site with her 6 tiny babies, having given her all to the little family, she was obviously starving. However, she is now gaining weight, her kittens have all found good homes, and we hope to find a her a loving home, where she will be loved for herself.
















Poppy is a calm and friendly black and white female, probably about one year old. Her lively eleven week old kitten Charley (black) is also looking for a new home, ideally with a family where he will get lots of attention as he loves to play. These friendly young cats could either be homed together, or separately.




















Fanta and Tango are a delightful pair of 4 month old male, ginger and white kittens, who are devoted to each other. Fanta is the larger fluffy kitten, and is the braver of the pair. Both kittens are playful, they enjoy playing together and being played with. They are looking for a home without young children where they can continue to grow in confidence.



Rosie is an affectionate 1 year old black cat, who loves company. She is very lively and playful. She needs a home with a family with older teenage children who can give her lots of attention and keep her entertained!















Millie and Oscar are a mother and son pair of cats looking for a home together. Millie is a pretty tabby and white girl who is about 18 months/2 years old, she is very friendly and affectionate. Her son Oscar is a black boy who is about 5 months old, he is timid but happy to be stroked and made a fuss of. Both cats are neutered and microchipped.



Crystal is a pretty 5 year old tabby girl. She is sociable and affectionate good natured cat, who likes to be stroked and tickled. She would be happy to live in a home with dogs and children.















Darcy and Pebbles are a pair of feral cats who ideally need an outdoor home/stables where the owner lives on site so that they can have the opportunity to go in the house, if they want to in the future. Darcy is a handsome black male cat who has the potential to become more sociable given time, he enjoys being around people. Pebbles is a long haired tortoiseshell cat, she is about a year old. Both cats are neutered and microchipped.



Bruno is a gorgeous 4 month old kitten. He has made considerable progress in his foster home and is now a confident, playful kitten. He would be suitable for a family with older children. He has lived with other cats.













Cindy is one of our "Golden Oldie" cats. She is a 12 year old tortoiseshell, whose owner has died and needs a new home. Cindy is very friendly once she gets to know you (although a little camera shy) and very much a lap cat - she loves to sit on your knee while you hold her food bowl for her to eat from!

Cindy has developed hyperthyroidism which is very common in older cats but this is controlled by a daily tablet which she takes wrapped in ham. As a "Golden Oldie" cat TVAW will pay for the tablets she needs as well as the occasional vet check up and blood test. Cindy is used to a quiet home with no children or other pets but will be a good companion to someone who will give her a chance to settle into a new home.











Maurice and Toulouse are a pair of 4 month old, semi long haired black brothers, who get on very well together. They were very nervous when they arrived in their foster home but have developed into good natured, sociable kittens, who love a cuddle. They will be suitable for a family, who can give them the love and attention they deserve.



Willow is a pretty, 8 year old, long haired tortoiseshell cat. She is a friendly girl who enjoys a fuss and a lap to sit on. She is still very playful and enjoys being played with. Previously an indoor cat, Willow would enjoy a home with a secure garden where she can have the opportunity to explore the outside world. She isn't used to children.










Feral cats - we sometimes have feral cats which need homes at smallholdings, stables etc. They will undertake rodent control duties in return for having somewhere warm to sleep and two good meals a day.

We don't have any feral cats at the moment, please ring for availability. More on Feral Cats

These are a few of the cats in our care at the moment. If you don't see what you are looking for please give us a ring on either 01189 722082 or 01189 721 871.

Where are the cats?

We have 26 cat houses with 15 of our members mainly within the Reading and Henley on Thames areas, with accommodation for up to 50 cats and kittens.

Will the cats be spayed or neutered?

Yes, all are spayed or neutered before rehoming.

Do I have to make a donation if I offer a home to a cat?

Yes, we recommend a minimum donation of 30 per cat or kitten. We will accept cash or a cheque, this should be given to the fosterer when you collect your cat. We depend on fundraising to pay for food, heating, spaying/neutering and veterinary treatment, so are very grateful for all donations.

Please contact Yvonne on 01189 722082 or Ann on 01189 721871 for further information.

Some of the cats rehomed through this website