Three cats at risk of homelessness for Christmas after being rescued by RSPCA in Stubbington


These three cats are expected to start another homeless year and continue to live in the care of the RSPCA.

Farrah, Thomas and Joe are currently being treated at the Solent branch of the RSPCA in Stubbington, near Fareham.

All three require loving, loving care, and the volunteers at the center are confident that the right owners are there.

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The RSPCA has provided profiles on each describing their main personality traits. Before we consider adoption, let’s start by learning a bit more about Farrah, Thomas, and Joe.

All information was taken from the Stubbington Ark website in line.



Raise: domestic short haired

Age: 15 years

At 15, poor Farrah found herself in the care of the RSPCA.

Described as an absolute darling by the volunteers at the center, Farrah enjoys little stories but will let you know when she has had enough.

Staff say her favorite thing is rubbing her legs while you’re sitting in a chair – she would do it all day if she could.

She’s looking for someone to spend her twilight years with and would like her new owner to be there most of the time.

More details on Farrah can be found online. here.

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Photo of Thomas, a 15 year old long haired domestic cat looking for a home in Hampshire

Raise: Domestic long haired

Age: 15 years

What a beautiful boy Thomas is. Unfortunately his owners went to sheltered accommodation so he was turned over to the RSPCA in Stubbington.

When he first arrived at the center, Thomas would have been quite hesitant and would have brushed off the volunteers. However, once settled in, he showed just how loving and affectionate a boy he is.

He is said to enjoy the bustle, attention, and human company, so just like Farrah, he would benefit from the presence of his new owners most of the time.

Learn more about Thomas online here.


Photo of Joe, Domestic Shorthair Cat looking for a home in Hampshire

Raise: domestic short haired

Age: About 2 years

Poor Joe was incredibly afraid of the cattery environment when he arrived and took the time to settle in.

His default reaction was to whistle at the volunteers, but over time he slowly started to trust the staff more and more while also growing a lot more confident.

He is now more comfortable with people and the staff say his personality is really starting to show.

Joe’s full profile is available online here.

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