South Devon Cats Rehoming

Our Cats

For all enquiries

Please contact Pat Preston

email: patpreston9@gmail.com

Tel: 07907 599166

Cats adopted from South Devon Cats Rehoming come
with 5 Weeks Free pet insurance – whatever their age!
More details HERE



We do conduct a personal home check prior to you meeting a cat and adoption.
We always endeavour to make sure that the cat is suitable for you as well as you being suitable for the cat.


WE DO NOT REHOME WITH CHILDREN UNDER TEN YEARS

Timmy & Charlie
Age: 6 Years

We are bonded brothers looking for a new forever home. The foster says: They are loving cats that are always up for a cuddle and love to sit on your chest or lap for a ap. They are chilled out most of the time but do once in a while have a case of the early morning zoomies and play fight but most of the time they will be asleep on your lap or your bed. They love to sleep by your feet or in between you if you are sharing with someone. They are nothing but loving and will always make you smile after a hard day. They like to wake you up to remind you it is breakfast time. They are perfect cats for someone who wants loving new family members and whoever gets them will be lucky and loved. No other cats or dogs please.

Rosie
Age: 15 Years

Rosie came into care as she was being attacked by a neighbouring cat and the owners thought it best for her to be rehomed. She would like a garden to go outside. The fosterer says: “Rosie is a shy and nervous little lady but loves a good ear scratch and chin rub once she gets to know and trust you. I have found that treats work well to coax her out! She has let me brush her and pick her up and has been calm and shown no aggression since being with us and is happy to chill on the back on the sofa watching the world go by. She does seem very wary of males. She isn’t interested in toys -even the laser pen- or being on your lap. She is a beautiful cat and it has been a pleasure to look after her.”

Jester
Age: Born 1 March 2022

Jester would love to find his forever home. He was born in our care and has never had a home of his own. His fosterer says:
He's a curious boy but very nervous of new surroundings, loves his food!!! He is a lovely boy and gaining confidence every day but will need someone to give him time and patience to gain his trust but once that's done loves a tummy tickle!!
No children, dogs or noisy homes please.

Bertie, Georgie, Theo
Age: 8 Years

We are bonded brothers and sister looking for a new forever home. We have always lived together and do not want to be separated. At first we are a little nervous but soon adjust and absolutely love attention, strokes and head rubs. We have been neutered, chipped and vaccinated and are ready for our new home. We are all very loving cats and love to play. No other cats or dogs please.

Kush & Blaze
Age: 1 Year

Kush and Blaze are bonded siblings and need to find a home together. The fosterer says: “Kush (all black) is the cuddliest cat who loves to lay and snuggle with you no matter where, he also loves to watch the world go by from windows and loves sunbathing. He will also have a little play with his brother and toys. Blaze (black&white) is an energetic cat and loves to zoom round the house after toys that make noise he also love to explore new places such as cupboards and drawers. Both cats love chicken treats and snuggles with each other on the sofa, they are also mischievous and entertaining.”

Goose
Age: Born 1 March 2022


Goose would love to find his forever home. He was born in our care and has never had a home of his own. His fosterer says: Goose is a lovely, curious boy but needs to gain a bit of confidence in his new home. He will need someone to give him time and patience but if you have a Dreamie he will come straight up to you!! He would like a quiet home but would be happy with another non-aggressive cat, possibly a female. No children, dogs or noisy homes please.

Bean
Age: 18 Months

Bean needs a nice home with a patient person who will take things at his pace.
The fosterer says: “Hello! My name is Bean . I came to my foster mum through no fault of my own. I'm approximately 18 months old and I'm a neutered boy. When I first meet new people I am very scared but when you are kind and patient with me I turn into the most mahossive purring snuggle bunny! I absolutely adore a lap to sit on, I loved to be picked up for a cuddle...
Well, my foster mum says I'm just purrrfect! I haven't lived with any other cat's but my foster mum has a cat who sits outside my bedroom door and always offers me her paw to sniff and I love that. Could you find it in your heart to love me and give me a lap to sleep on? Meow for now. Bean x

Felix
Age: 7 Years

Hello. I am Felix. I’m a loving, affectionate boy who loves head rubs and attention. But I am also a typical boy who loves the outdoors. I need to be in a home with no other cats / animals where I can be the centre of attention. I also need a safe garden where I can play. I love the outdoors and love nothing more than taking in the summer sun. I think I am around 7 years old and would suit a quiet loving home.

Hermes
Age: Approx 2 Years

SPECIAL CARING HOME REQUIRED – NO CHILDREN PLEASE!
Hermes is A reddish tabby who is totally blind - but a lovely friendly affectionate boy around 18-24 months' old.

Everest
Age: Approx 8-9 Years

Everest is now ready to find her permanent home. The fosterer says as follows:
Everest is a true Bengal personality: characterful, opinionated, strong, agile, intrepid and feisty. She had been used for breeding in the past but now spayed. She loves people (she would not be happy to be left alone all day) and is actually quite affectionate. You will know when she has had enough petting. She’ll reward you with the sweetest cuddles, head butts and purrs as she settles (kneading vigorously) on your lap.
Like Bengals generally, she is intelligent and curious, and needs plenty of stimulation. She loves boxes, zoomies and chasing toys. She likes high places and has an astonishing vertical take-off.
She needs a very safe garden in a very safe area. As a breeding queen she will likely never have been allowed outdoors, except perhaps in a catio. She is not streetwise She will never have experienced freedom and so – although she definitely deserves it! – she will need to be introduced to it extremely carefully.

Evie
Age: 1 Year

Evie is now ready to find her permanent home. The fosterer says as follows: “Evie came into our care because she was been bullied by 3 other toms that were in the household she was also pregnant she gave birth to 3 kitts and has been a wonderful mum she has now been neutered, chipped and vaccinated so it is now time for her to have a home.
Because of her past she is timid and shy but once she trusts you she likes nothing more than been tickled round her neck and ears.
We feel the best home for Evie would be a quiet home no other cats or children.
We are sure in a new home she would just blossom and show the little sweetheart she is.