Adopt a cat from the RSPCA Cat Rehoming Hub – latest list

These cats are looking for a forever home in the North East after facing difficult circumstances so far.

The RSPCA Cat Rehoming Hub works with local RSPCA branches to rehom cats and kittens rescued by RSPCA officers in the Darlington, Stockton, Northallerton, Middlesbrough and North Yorkshire areas.

Cats have often faced cruelty, neglect and abandonment or sad situations where their owner could no longer care for them or died.

From a cattery just outside of Darlington and an extensive network of volunteer foster families, it takes in around 250 cats each year, making it one of the most successful catteries in the country.

Here are some of the cats currently looking for their new forever home at the RSPCA Cat Hub.

Cats for adoption near Darlington, Stockton, Northallerton and Middlesbrough

bella

Tabby Bella is a 10 year old female indoor cat. She was transferred to the RSPCA when her owner sadly passed away.

Bella seeks to be the only animal in a home with adults or older children.

Once settled in and used to her surroundings, Bella will enjoy lots of cuddles and cat naps on the sofa.

If you would like to adopt Bella or get more information, you can visit the RSPCA Cat Hub website for the rehoming process here.

Theo

The Echo of the North: Photos via the RSPCA Cat Rehoming Hub.Photos via the RSPCA Cat Rehoming Hub.

Theo was rescued by the RSPCA as a stray dog. He is a young adult male cat who is very friendly and seems to like everyone he meets.

He is looking to live in a house with older children or adults with access to the outdoors.

Theo doesn’t seem to get along with other cats and wants to be the only pet in the house.

If you would like to adopt Theo or get more information, you can visit the RSPCA Cat Hub website for the rehoming process here.

Frankie

Echo of the North:

Frankie is a black and white adult male cat, approximately 5 years old.

He is a beautiful, large cat, but shy and nervous, whose confidence is slowly improving in foster care.

He has gradually accepted beatings and generally prefers the company of men, as he comes out of his cat tree to tickle ears whenever his adoptive male passes by.

Frankie seeks to be the only animal in an adult-only home with owners who will give her time and space for her character and confidence to emerge.

In time, he may want to go out, but only in a catio.

If you would like to adopt Frankie or get more information, you can visit the RSPCA Cat Hub website for the rehoming process here.

bella and tiger

The Echo of the North: Photos via the RSPCA Cat Rehoming Hub.Photos via the RSPCA Cat Rehoming Hub.

Bonded cats Bella and Tiger search for their forever home together.

Bella is black and six years old while Tiger is a 12 year old black tortoiseshell.

They are lovely, calm cats who have been registered with the RSPCA and are looking for a home indoors with older children or adults.

Tiger is the boss with a bolder, more people-oriented personality. Meanwhile, Bella is still a bit shy.

If you would like to adopt Bella and Tiger or get more information, you can visit the RSPCA Cat Hub website for the rehoming process here.

Leila

The Echo of the North: Photos via the RSPCA Cat Rehoming Hub.Photos via the RSPCA Cat Rehoming Hub.

Leyla is a nine year old cat who has been registered with the RSPCA.

She once lived with a dog but doesn’t seem to get along with other cats, so she wants to be the only cat in the house.

Leyla is very affectionate, talkative and loves cuddles. She wants to be an indoor cat in a household with adults or older children.

She is currently enjoying a bit of TLC with one of the fabulous foster homes at the RSPCA Cat Hub.

If you would like to adopt Leyla or get more information, you can visit the RSPCA Cat Hub website for the rehoming process here.

The RSPCA Cat Rehoming Hub

The RSPCA Cat Rehoming Hub is funded by four local RSPCA branches – Darlington and District Branch, Stockton-on-Tees based North Teesside and District Branch, Middlesbrough Branch, South Branch Tees and District and Northallerton, Thirsk and Dales branch.

Along with the rest of the RSPCA, the operation of the RSPCA Cat Hub is funded entirely by donations from the general public.

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