Cats and Kittens for adoption

Before enquiring, please, read our adoption procedure here.

Clon and Mel

Clon & Mel were found in a ditch during a TNR we were doing in… Clonmel (you would have never guessed!). No mother had been seen near them and the youngest of the kittens, Mel, was suffering from fly strike. They were rushed to the vets where the maggots were clean out from the little kitten, who was only a few days old.
Although Clon gained strength pretty quickly, things were more uncertain for little Mel and he had a few ups and downs.
They are now getting ready to begin the 2nd part of their lives by looking for a loving home, preferably together as they have never been separated.

They are about 15 weeks old and have been tested, neutered, fully vaccinated and microchipped.
Both are very friendly and used to dogs and cats. They are looking for an indoor home (with or without access to outside when older).

To see more photos, click here.

To enquire, email ccntipp@gmail.com.

Finn and Barra

Barra and Finn are brothers from a different mother, Barra was trapped by Colette behind a pub in Bandon and Finn was the runt of litter of 3 and was being bullied by his brothers. Finn and Barra got on like a house of fire from day one and have been given the best of care and love by the foster/ lion tamer Colette.

Barra and Finn will have be be homed together; they get on well with dogs and other cats. They are both neutered, microchipped and will be getting their second vaccination this coming week.

To enquire, please text 086 4676111

Click here for more photos.

Posted 4/10/17

Bingo

Bingo showed up on a carpark in Mitchelstown on bingo night. We advertised him as found, but no owners came forward. A month later, we received another call about him as he had hitch a lift again!

We brought Bingo to the vet, only to find out that he was already neutered, so we got him health-checked, vaccinated and microchipped.

Bingo is now looking for a new home to call his own. He is a love bunny, adores humans and gets on well with other cats and dogs. He is looking for an indoor home with access to outside.

To view more photos of Bingo, please click here.

To enquire, email ccnnorthcork@gmail.com.

Posted 4/10/17

Captain Benjamin Willard **RESERVED**

We believe the four days it took Captain Benjamin Willard to crawl back to the garden where he was being fed after being hit by a car must have resembled Conrad’s novel, Heart of Darkness, from which he gets his name. We were quite uncertain what would be the outcome for Captain Ben after he was victim of an RTA and came in our care. However, he regained his bladder function and slowly regained the use of his legs. Things were not over though for him and in June, he came down with Horner’s syndrome. After investigating, Sinead found out that his eardrum was ruptured and she cleaned out the build-up of puss and wax that was more than likely putting pressure on the nerves, thus causing Horner’s syndrome. He was put on a long course of antibiotics, to which he responded well.

Although Captain Ben is now strong on his legs, his walking is still impaired and will probably never be 100% right. For this reason, we are looking for a strictly-indoor home for Ben. Ben is a cuddle-monster and loves human company. He would be ok with one or two other cats if introduced correctly, but he does not get on with dogs. He would also be ok with chilled-out children.

Ben is about 3 years old, neutered, tested, microchipped, fully vaccinated and is up to date with parasite treatment.

You can read his full story and view more photos here.

To enquire about adopting Ben, please text 086 1583501 or email communitycatsnetwork@gmail.com.

Posted 19/08/17

Aurora

Aurora came to our care from a hoarding situation. For the past 5 years, she had been living with too many other cats in just the one room and got very little human interaction.

It took a lot of time and patience to build up a relationship with Aurora, but she is now trusting and will come to her fosterer for cuddles and treats. She was also suffering from gingivitis, which was not helping her, but has now been treated for it.

She needs an indoor-only home as she is not used to going outside where she is the only pet and receives all the attention. A quiet home without young children would be preferable; however, we believe that a mature kid or teenager would probably get on really well with this lovely and shy cat who just wants to be loved. She will probably be hiding at the beginning, being a in a new environment, but her trust will gradually build up and you will be well rewarded for your patience.

Aurora is 10 years old, spayed, microchipped and fully vaccinated. She has tested negative to both FIV and FeLV and is up-to-date with parasite treatment.

To see more photos and read her full story, click here.

To enquire, please text 086 1583501 or email communitycatsnetwork@gmail.com.

Posted 30/07/17

Dawn

Dawn came to our care from a hoarding situation. Since her birth, 5 years ago, she had been living with too many other cats in just the one room and got very little human interaction. When she came to us, Dawn was also suffering from severe gingivitis, which resulted in the vet undertaking a full mouth extraction. She must have been in a lot of pain as she is a different cat since her operation.
It took a lot of time and patience to build up a relationship with Dawn, but she is now trusting and will come to her fosterer for cuddles and rubs.

She needs an indoor-only home as she is not used to going outside, where she is the only pet and receives all the attention. A quiet home without young children would be preferable; however, we believe that a mature kid or teenager would probably get on really well with this lovely and shy cat who just wants to be loved. She will probably be hiding at the beginning, being a in a new environment, but her trust will gradually build up and you will be well rewarded for your patience.

Dawn is 5 years old, spayed, microchipped and fully vaccinated. She has tested negative to both FIV and FeLV and is up-to-date with parasite treatment.

To see more photos and read her full story, click here.

To enquire, please text 086 1583501 or email communitycatsnetwork@gmail.com.

Posted 30/07/17

Cee Dee aka Lickle Ickle

Lickle Ickle was rescued with her siblings just before Christmas. Her siblings found new homes immediately, but Ickle had to remain in foster care as she was very underweight for her age. Although she has remained small, Ickle is in great health and is now ready to find her forever home.

Ickle is looking for an indoor home with access to outside. She is very friendly and loves playing. She gets on well with other cats and would be fine with older children.

Lickle Ickle is about 9 months old, spayed, microchipped and fully vaccinated. She has tested negative to both FIV and FeLV and is up-to-date with parasite treatment.

To see more photos and read her full story, click here.

To enquire, please contact 086 4676111.

Posted 8/05/17

Can’t find the ideal companion here?  Why not check the cats and kittens available in the private rehoming album?

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8 responses to “Cats and Kittens for adoption

  1. Are belle and Tony stil looking for homes?? I’m in West cork in a lovely house and we’re looking to expand our family

  2. Hello! Is Jane Eyre still looking for a home? I already have a kitten of 7 months old and I’m looking for some company for her. She’s an indoor cat at the moment and I’d prefer to keep it that way for both. I’m in Sunday’s Well.

  3. Is Little Tortie still available?

  4. Elizabeth Clernon

    Hi
    Is Loci rehomed?
    I would be interested in giving her a good home. What do I need to do next?
    Thanks

    Regards,
    Elizabeth

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