These cats from the RSPCA cat repatriation center need their forever home

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.

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

Cats for adoption in the North East

Spike, male

11 years old


Spike is an adorable and friendly 11 year old male cat looking for a new home. He has been neglected, perhaps because of his age, but he would make an excellent companion cat for a family without young children.

He was a stray cat who was surrendered by his owner to the RSPCA as he continued to roam far from home. For this reason, he is looking for a home outside of Darlington, ideally with access to a catio, in case he wanders around again! He seems to be able to get along with other cats.

Kipling, man

18 months

Echo of the North: Kipling (RSPCA)Kipling (RSPCA)

Kipling is a friendly white male cat, and the longest resident of the RSPCA Cat Hub, despite being only 18 months old and an indoor cat. He is a very energetic cat, so he wants to be the only cat in a household without children.

Ideally, he needs an experienced owner, as he may need time to settle into a new home, but he relaxes when he gets to know you!

Buzz and Bandit, Male

1 year

The Echo of the North: Buzz and Bandit (RSPCA)Buzz and Bandit (RSPCA)

Friendly, easy-going, one-year-old brothers Buzz and Bandit are on the hunt for their new furry home together. They were handed over to the RSPCA when their owner became homeless. They are nearly identical but Buzz has a pinker nose, while Bandit’s is blacker. Buzz and Bandit would like to have access to a garden. They have never lived with children before, but they should get along with children.

Casper, man

Four years

Echo of the North: Casper (RSPCA)Caspar (RSPCA)

Casper is a four-year-old black male cat who is becoming friendlier as he gets used to life in the RSPCA cattery. He is looking to be the only cat in an adult-only household and would like access to the outdoors.

Dash, male

8 months

The Echo of the North: Dash (RSPCA)Dash (RSPCA)

Dash is an adorable eight-month-old black and white male cat who really lives up to his name! He is very curious and loves to play and would like a large family with children who can help keep him busy when he is not sleeping! Dash seeks access to a garden in which he can play.

To apply to be considered to adopt one of these cats, please read about the RSPCA Cat Hub rehoming process on the website here.

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