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Finding Forever Homes for Cats in Bristol and Wales

Hello, we’re Bristol and Wales Cat Rescue, a small and friendly group of volunteers dedicated to finding loving homes for cats and kittens in need.

We rescue, foster and rehome hundreds of cats every year across the South West and Wales, cats that have been badly treated, abandoned or just unwanted. Most of our pusses have no special requirements, and are waiting to spend an afternoon purring away on a comfy sofa.

We do things a little different around here. All of cats are fostered either in our own homes or in purpose-built, warm, secure pens in our gardens. We don’t have any sterile facilities, and we don’t put cats to sleep unless it’s the only option recommended by a vet.

Nothing makes us happier than seeing a cat or kitten find their forever home, which is why we accept adoptions from families with lots of different lifestyles and locations.

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Latest Cats Looking for Fur-ever Homes

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    Toby

    Tuxedo Toby is a gorgeous, friendly ‘people’ cat – he loves his hoomans especially when they rub his tubby and snuggle him on the sofa. Dinner time is popular too!

    Although he’s 8 yrs old he still likes playing with toys and chasing feathers and will need a garden away from busy roads.
    He’s very tolerant of young children but he’s always been an only cat so it’s best he stays that way.
    He’s recently had a dental plus a blood test because he had a heart murmur – the blood test showed his murmur is benign and highly unlikely to cause any future issues.
    Neutered, chipped, had first vaccination plus comes with 5 weeks free insurance.

  • Jesse and Tinker

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    JESSE and TINKER are six – seven month old boys who are ready for their own, special homes. They are lively, friendly older kittens. They can be rehomed separately or together. Both lads use a litter tray and are healthy, good-natured cats. Jesse and Tinker are being neutered shortly.
    These boys are with Eileen in Aberdare so please contact her direct on 07815056120

  • Maisie

    Poor Maisie is 15 and had lived all her life as a much-loved only pet, until her mum sadly died and she’s been living in people’s gardens ever since. Thankfully she’s now back in the warm and dry with us.
    This little girl loves a fuss and is hard to photograph as she keeps headbutting the phone so we had to snap her mid-ablutions!

    She’d love another quiet home with someone to give her lots of love and fuss with a garden away from busy roads.

    Neutered, chipped, had first vaccination plus comes with 5 weeks free insurance.

Our Longest Foster Residents

  • Fudge

    Very friendly spayed and chipped 16 year old female. Fudge is fit and healthy and likes her food and sleep but can be grumpy and strong willed. She would most likely be OK with other quiet animals.

  • Reuben

    Very friendly but very shy 5 year old neutered and chipped male. He loves a good fuss but is easily startled so will need a quieter home and to be able settle at his own pace. He is very good with other cats and would benefit from living with a more confident cat.

  • Jack & Joe

    Neutered and chipped father & son who have lived outside for most of their lives but have adjusted well to life indoors. Dad Jack (yellow eyes) is 6 years old and is quite confident and enjoys being stroked while son Joe (blue eyes) is 2 years old and is much shyer but both have lovely natures. Would not suit young children as Joe is so shy but is making good progress and is happy to be around people and is very close to his Dad. Both love their food so are easily won over at feeding time. They were part of a small group of cats and so are very good with other cats.

Visit Our Charity Shop

Through our lovely donators and customers, our shop in Nailsea has become the biggest source of contributions for Bristol and Wales Cat Rescue.

All of the shop profits go towards to our increasing vet bills – from neutering, spaying, chipping and vaccinations to the complex needs of some of our more special residents. Our shop is crucial for our cats, and donations of sellable goods are always very warmly received.

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