If you need help re-homing your cat or you are worried a cat may be a stray then please read below before filling out the form.
If a cat you have not seen before has just appeared in your garden and looks OK then leave it alone. Cats are clever and will often nip round to the neighbours to see if they can get a second breakfast even though they have just been fed at home. Even if a cat looks unkept it still doesn’t mean it’s a stray, often cats who are elderly look like strays and in fact have loving homes already.
If a cat is trying desperately to get in your home frequently and/or crying for attention, looks dirty and unkept then it is worth sharing their picture on your local community and lost and found groups and putting a paper collar onto the cat to see if the cat has a home. If no owner comes forward please take the cat to your local vet to scan for a microchip (they will do this for free) or get in touch with us.
We are NOT vets. If you have found a sick or injured cat please contact the PDSA.