Cats looking for a new home

If you would like to offer one of the following cats a home please read our adoption process page, then contact us for more information or to arrange a visit on 086 8500131 or 086 3862714. Viewing at our rescue centre is by appointment only.

Chanel

Chanel is a 7 year old female cat. She has always been an indoor only cat and so we are looking for a new home with a similar set up. She is a lovely mainly white lady with the most beautiful green eyes. She is very much a people cat…Read More →

Martin and Puca

Martin and PĂșca are two sweethearts. They have bonded extremely well in foster care and we are looking for a loving home for the both together. They will have to be indoor only cats as both are deaf. PĂșca is a very sweet girl around one year of age and…Read More →

Cats that are not at our rescue centre

Due to a lack of space at our kennels, the cats listed below are with their owners who are looking to re-home them. All cats are neutered or spayed. For more information about the following cats or to make arrangements to see them, please phone or email the contact listed against each cat. Please note that as these animals are not in the direct care of WCAWG the responsibility for rehoming and back up resides with the person rehoming them.

Puss

Puss is a seven year old male cat. He loves nothing better than lying in a sunny spot and a good head scratch! He loves to go out at night and sleep during the day. Not a rat or mouse has been spotted since he arrived and there is a…Read More →

Cuscous

Cuscous is a 4 year old male cat. He likes the finer things in life and would need a home that would lavish comfort on him. He is better suited to a countryside home away from any busy or built up roads as this is where he has grown up…Read More →

Barn Cats

Barn Cats Seeking Employment Environmentally Friendly Pest-Control & Helping Homeless Cats All-In-One Four healthy felines, skilled in rodent control, are looking for a friendly, rural working environment. They would like to be rehomed in working pairs, to have company while patrolling. Barn cats make ideal residents for farms, horse stables…Read More →