Adopt a cat page 2

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Page updated September 8th 2018

The Sanctuary has many cats all looking to find forever homes and these are just a few of them. Rehoming is subject to a home check visit and it is the Sanctuary's responsibility to ensure the new home is in a safe and secure environment.  It has always been the Sanctuary's policy not to rehome where there is direct access to a main road.

The Sanctuary opens to the public on Sunday afternoons between 2.00 pm and 5.00 pm, weather permitting, from the end of April until the beginning of October each year. If you are ready to offer a home to a cat, this is an ideal time to come along and meet those available for rehoming; have a cup of tea and a slice of home made cake. Outside these times you will need to call the Sanctuary on 01424 222032 to make an appointment.  Alternatively our shop in St. Leonard's Road in Bexhill also has details of all the cats ready for rehoming.



MIA came to the sanctuary as a result of a new arrival to the family. She is a delightful young cat but does have a skin condition for which she is currently receiving daily medication. We are hoping that in a settled stress free new home this skin condition will clear up. Mia certainly deserves to find herself a loving new home and with someone who will be willing to keep a very close eye on her skin condition. She can be rehomed with older children but not dogs and a garden is also important.




ASIA is from the St. Leonards area and is looking for her new forever home due to her previous owner relocating and unable to take her along. Asia has lived alongside two other cats and with older children but we cannot confirm whether she would get along with a dog. She would benefit from a having access to a garden, she is not a fussy eater and enjoys her food.





 WINSTON was brought to the sanctuary as a stray from the Winchelsea Beach area and therefore we have no information on his past life, age or what he was doing prior to his arrival at the sanctuary. We cannot confirm whether he would would tolerate living with young children, other cats or a dog and for this reason we feel it would be best if he were the only pet in the home. He is a delightful chap who deserves to find his forever home.




TRINITY is a delightful adult cat whose owner reluctantly gave her up because she was unable to cope with her diabetes and administrating the twice daily injections. Trinity is also on diabetic food to help with this condition. Trinity is very much used to the home comforts of life and if she is lucky to find a new owner they would need to be experienced with having a cat dependent on twice daily injections as well as keeping a close eye on her general health. She is an easy and loving cat to live with and desreves to find a new home





TIBBY is looking to find a new forever home through no fault of her own due to her previous owner relocating. She is a mature adult cat, very friendly and desperate to find someone to take care of her and give her the life she deserves. We have very little information on Tibby's likes and/or dislikes but we feel that she would be best suited in a quiet environment where she can do her own thing and enjoy herself. We would not advise that she be homed with other cats, dogs or children.




MILO came to the sanctuary from the Eastbourne area because his owner was unable to care for him. Milo is a very young cat who we have been advised needs his outside space. We have been advised that he will not tolerate living alongside young children, other cats or a dog; therefore he would be best suited as the only pet in the home. Although he would benefit from a garden it is important it is not a communal space, but relatively safe for him to explore and have fun.

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