C.A.S. Kittens Seeking Homes up to 6 months old


 Our Kitten Policy

Please consider the following important points when thinking of adopting a kitten or kittens:-

  1. Many people enquire about homing a single kitten. Are you at work all day? If so, a single kitten would get very lonely, it may be better to consider a pair of kittens to keep each other company during the long day.
  2. Can you keep a kitten or kittens indoors until they have been spayed/neutered? If you have children, what are the practicalities of them keeping doors and windows closed? 
  3. Kittens become cats and can live to a ripe old age (up to 20 years at times) – it is a long commitment!
  4. Do you go away on holiday a lot – who will look after the cat or cats?
  5. Do you live on a busy road, or is the surrounding area very busy? If so, this is not an ideal place for a kitten to live – you may be better considering a ‘streetwise’ cat.
  6. Veterinary fees can be expensive. As a guide, annual vaccinations are approximately £30-£35 each (kittens need 2 vaccinations when they are 9 and 13 weeks old). Spaying and neutering costs £65-£85 per kitten. Check with your local vet for their tariff, as prices do vary. Feeding a cat will cost you a minimum of £7 per week. Your cat will also need regular flea and worm treatment.
  7. We generally do not home kittens to flats as we feel they should have the opportunity to safely explore outdoors and in a garden, feeling free to come and go through a cat flap. However, we can make exceptions to this if there are kittens that need an indoor home because it is in their best interest, and this will be noted in their descriptions. We always make any physical and behavioural assessments we need using fully qualified professionals to decide on the best home for our kittens based on their individual needs, and for some, indoor homes may only be needed short term.  If you can offer an indoor home for a kitten, please call us to discuss the animals we have available..

These guidelines are for the best interests of the cats and also the new owners– remember that happy cats make happy cat owners!

Please note that a minimum donation of £75 for un-vaccinated kittens (usually under 10 weeks) and £32 extra for fully vaccinated kittens is required (£15 per vaccination). This enables the charity to carry on helping the many cats that are referred to us for re-homing.

Please do not send emails in regard to adoption. Thank you.

This page contains kittens looking for homes that are up to 6 months old. For kittens above this age please refer to Cats Seeking Homes page.

Cats and dogs adopted from Croydon Animal Samaritans come with 5 Weeks Free pet insurance - whatever their age!


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Missy and Mischief
 
 
 
Missy (tortie) and Mischief (black and white long haired) are 2 kittens that recently came into our care after their owners surrendered them. Missy is 6 months old and is from a previous litter in their house, whereas Mischief is only 8 weeks old, and from the most recent litter. Their remaining mother cat has since been spayed by us and returned. Both kittens are very friendly and placid. We are looking to home this pair together. They are both looking for a home on a safe road with a garden.
 
Please call Barbara on 07387 100718
(Posted 19/10/19) 
 
 Peanut
 
 
Peanut is not only an extremely beautiful little girl, as you can see from her picture, she is also brave, strong and resilient having survived her early weeks on a wasteland of rubbish and broken glass. When rescued she was seen crawling out of a litter bin literally starving, and at 3 months old was desperately malnourished and weak. With good food and loving care she is now the healthy, happy and joyful kitten she was born to be and has charmed all who meet her. Peanut now loves to play with toys, bomb about as kittens should, but also settle down for a fuss and strokes accompanied by her dynamo purr. Peanut is very sociable so needs a home where she will have people around to have fun with, and a lovely safe garden for future explorations.
 
If you would like to know more about Peanut’s story please call Liz on 01883 348256.
(Posted 04/12/19)

Cashew and Walnut 
 
 
Walnut and Cashew are 4/5 month old brothers that arrived in our care after they were trapped from a cat colony in Tooting. At the time both kittens were a little nervous, so were placed into an expericend foster home where they could recieve the one to one attention they needed to thrive. Both kittens have since flouished into an affectionate friendly pair that roll over for attention and strokes. They can be a little nervous with loud noises or change, so would do best in a household with older children. They are looking for a home on a safe road with a garden. 
 
Please call Rees on 07909 631751
(Posted 21/01/20)

 
 
 
 *** We have more litters of kittens which will available for adoption soon. Details will be uploaded once they have settled and are old enough ***
In the meantime if you would like more information about them please call Barbara on 07387 100718.
 
 

 
  

 *** We currently have older kittens and young cats waiting for new homes now - see our cat page ***