Interested in adopting?

COVID-19: We are still open through the current pandemic but are having to do things a bit differently. You can still visit the cats but by APPOINTMENT ONLY. This is to ensure we can keep social distance measures in place. Please wear a mask when visiting, use the hand gel provided and keep 2m away from the person showing you around. If you are bringing members of your household with you, please let us know before your arrival. DO NOT VISIT THE RESCUE IF YOU HAVE HAD SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19 IN THE LAST 14 DAYS. IF YOU TEST POSITIVE FOR COVID-19 WITHIN 14 DAYS AFTER YOUR VISIT PLEASE CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY.

If you would like to enquire about any of our cats please fill out our adoption enquiry form and someone will be in touch with you for a chat. Please keep in mind that we are run entirely by volunteers who do this around full time jobs and families, but we will try to get back to you as quickly as possible.



  • Male
  • Approx 4 years old
  • Needs outdoor access

Hello, Timmy here! The kind people at Pawprints came to my rescue after I didn’t have anywhere to go. A nice lady was feeding me and asked for help as she couldn’t find my humans. I’m chatty and friendly and enjoy a little play and fusses but too much of it can be a bit overwhelming. I do love people but the hoomans here say I need a home that has been used to having cats as I am a little unsure at times even though I act all confident. You have to keep your street creds don’t you! I don’t mind the lady cats but I’d like to be the only king in the household. I’d make a great companion so purrlease pick me!


  • Male
  • Approx 2 years old
  • Needs outdoor access
  • Needs to be the only cat

Hey, I’m Wolfie and I found myself here when a kind lady helped me after I was feeding from her fox’s feeding station and taking shelter in a cosy hut she put there for a year. I’m a bit weary of people at first, i get scared but if someone sits with me a while i get braver and have some fusses and chat to them. The volunteers say I need someone used to shy cats so they can help me gain in confidence. I’m not keen on other cats, i had to look after myself when i was out there on my own. On the plus side, I’m very handsome! Can you give me the chance of a real home?


  • Female
  • 7 years old
  • Needs to be the only cat
  • Adult only home

Hi, I’m TC. I came here when my hoomans broke up and couldn’t take me with them. This made me sad. I have not been showing my best side here I have to admit, I’ve growled at the volunteers cause i dare not let them too close. I do try but I don’t like those pesky cat neighbours of mine or being overly fussed, I like to get to know you at my own pace, I’m a lady you see! I did like to sit on my owner’s lap when they had one of those nice fleecy things on. I was also an indoor cat before but might be OK with little garden visits in warmer weather if I had an option. I need someone who will be patient with me purrlease, a lot has changed so I need time to adjust but just want to be back in a home where I belong!



  • Male
  • 5 years old
  • Needs quiet home
  • Needs outdoor access

Hello, the names Snowflake but you can call me Snowy for short if you want. I came here when my hoomum got too poorly to look after me. It was hard for us both but the volunteers here are looking after me well. I’m a bit shy and lots of noise scares me a bit, my last home was pretty quiet you see so I’d like a home that isn’t too noisy. I love nuzzling my head into you and purring once i feel comfortable with you, I will make a great companion! So purrlease pick me!


  • Female
  • Approx 10-12 years old
  • Would like outdoor access

Heyyyy I’m Clove and i arrived at Pawprints when someone handed me in as a stray. I was a bit mucky and my teethies were giving me some ouchy but the vet helped get them out and I feel much better now! I’m a friendly lady and love all the fusses and food. I’d make the purrfect companion and i don’t think I’d mind a family home so long as it wasn’t too crazy and I got some peace and quiet. Fill in the adoption enquiry thingy so you can come meet me!




We are a rescue that mainly focuses on adult cats. However, sometimes we do have kittens looking for homes which will be stated on this page. We only home kittens once they’ve reached the age of 12 weeks and we never home a kitten under the age of 8 weeks as it goes against the animal welfare act, kittens are far too young to be away from their mother at such an age. When adopting a kitten from Pawprints you enter into an agreement that the kitten will be neutered/spayed when it is old enough (usually around 4-6 months or when it has reached 2kg) and we will be informed by our vets when this has taken place.

Adoption Process

We are unable to home cats to anyone living on or very near to a main road or railway line, this is for their own safety. All cats are home checked (not as scary as it sounds we promise!). We appreciate that not everyone likes the idea of a home check, however, we are responsible for the welfare of the cats in our care and it would be irresponsible of us to let them go without knowing where they are going. We are not there to judge you or your decor! We are there simply to check that everything is OK, that you don’t live on a main road and that you know everything you need to know to get your cat settled in.

We will ask for your address initially so we can look up your home to make sure it is in a suitable location. If we believe it to be unsuitable, we will contact you to let you know. All final decisions are made by the rescue owner. A home check will be performed when we drop off the cat you would like to adopt to you, if everything is OK we will ask you to fill out an adoption form that signs the cat over to you. Up until this point we do have the right not to hand the cat over to you, however this only happens in very exceptional circumstances when we believe there is a risk to the cat/kitten and is very rare.

Adoption Fees

All cats adopted from Pawprints Cat Rescue come with 5 weeks free insurance from Agria Pet Insurance and have been health checked by a vet, neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and have received treatment for fleas, ticks and worms. The adoption fee is to cover part of the cost. This basic care alone will cost us upwards of £150 and that’s before we add in costs of food, litter and any additional vet care. We ask for an adoption fee of £75 for adult cats and £80 for kittens, which is just a fraction of what we have paid out. This enables us to carry on our work of rescuing unwanted and abandoned cats.