Adopt a Cat
This page was last updated on 6th February 2017
Barby currently has lots of adult cats that need permanent, loving homes.
Please call Barby on 01424 222032 for more information
if you would like to adopt a pet from the Sanctuary.
These are just a few of the many cats we have in our care waiting for a new home
Through no fault of my own I was brought to the sanctuary in July 2016 by my previous owner who relocated and was unable to take me along. Very little information was given about me when I arrived but it appears that although I am happy to sleep on a lady's lap I can be unpredictable where men are concerned. I do not tolerate young children, other cats or dogs. If I am lucky to find a new home it would be in everyone's best interest if I were the only pet in the household, preferable in a quiet environment and with someone experienced with cats.
My previous owner adopted me in November 2010 and we had six happy years together until she had to go into a nursing home in January 2016. If I am lucky enough to find a new home it will have to be very special because I am diabetic and require daily insulin injections. This is not difficult to administer once you know the knack! I am used to a relatively quiet life and would prefer not to go with children, other cats or dogs.
I came to the sanctuary in October 2016 in the hope of finding a new forever home. My previous owner relocated and was unable to take me along. I have become set in my ways, as anyone in middle age would, but I do answer to a whistle when out!
Ginger and Bert
We came to the sanctuary in August 2016 because our owner was admitted into a nursing home. We are a very friendly couple of cats and would love a forever home together. It would be better if we went somewhere where we are the only pets in the house.
I came to the sanctuary in September 2016 at the age of twelve because my owner relocated and sadly I was unable to go along. I do prefer to be with older people and will not tolerate children although it is believed I could get along with other cats but not dogs. I have been used to a garden in which to explore. I have been diagnosed with a thyroid condition for which I take daily tablets. I am not a youngster but would make a very friendly companion once I got to know you.
I was brought to the sanctuary in November 2016 as a four year old. According to my previous owner I get on with young children and dogs but not other cats. I have natural feline instincts which means I am a hunter and will bring home trophies for my owner. Not everyone appreciates this but it is part of my character. My ideal home will need a large garden in a semi rural location but not necessarily a farm.
I was brought to the sanctuary in March 2016 as a stray and had been hanging out near the town of Bexhill. Since my arrival I have been very nervous and stressed which is why it is taking time for my true character to develop. If you have a calm nature and the patience for a nervous cat then I am your forever friend!
I have been here at the sanctuary since February 2015 when my previous owner went into a nursing home and sadly I could not go with her. My previous owner said I was good with children but I do not know whether I would get on with other cats or dogs. I am not fussy with food.
I was two years old when I came to the sanctuary in July 2016. Upon arrival I was naturally quite nervous not knowing why I had lost my home and it has taken me a while to adjust to being here. I have been used to children but not dogs or other cats. If you have the patience and are willing to take me on then I will make a lovely family pet.
Box and Halloumi
We came together to the sanctuary through no fault of our own on December 2016 due to a new addition to the family. It would be better if we went to a home without any young children or other cats or dogs. We are not fussy eaters and are looking for a home together.
Garfield and Jess
We came to the sanctuary together in November 2016 and although we do not look alike we are brothers. Our previous owner went into a nursing home and we could not go there with them. We were born on a farm in January 2015 but have always been house cats. We get on with children and people but not sure about dogs. (Although they came in together Jess does get bullied by Garfield so they could be rehomed separately).
I came to the sanctuary in August 2016 as a nine year old cat because my owners relocated and were unable to take me with them. I don't mind young children or other cats and I'm used to having a garden. Although I am called Tom I am actually a female and a real lap cat!
I came to the sanctuary in August 2016 as an eleven year old cat because my owners relocated and I couldn't go with them. I will tolerate young children and cats but not dogs and I am used to having a garden. Although I am called Charley I am a female and I am known to be a bit of an explorer so it's best if I am rehomed somewhere where it is safe to go roaming.