This page aims at providing a platform for people to rehome cats privately. Please, note that these cats are not in Community Cats Network’s care, we cannot therefore be involved, nor held responsible should any problems arise. Unless stated otherwise, Community Cats will not answer emails relating to the cats below. Thanks for your understanding!
We will only advertise cats/kittens that are neutered – as this is the only way to control cat overpopulation-, microchipped (or eartipped for outdoor cats) and treated for parasites. We will be glad to help you to carry out these procedures if it’s not already done; just send us an email for more information. Ads will not be posted until that information has been verified. We also highly recommend that cats should be vaccinated prior to rehoming. We require that you ask for a contribution from the adopter (recommended contribution: €45 for neutered cats/kittens; €55 when microchipped also) in order to make them responsible and ensure you only get genuine calls. We strongly advise that you carry a home-check to prevent the cat/kitten to fall in the wrong hands (there have been reports of cats/kittens being used as dog bait recently).
In order to have your ad posted, please fill in the form below and email a photo to email@example.com. Please, help us to keep this page up to date by letting us know when the cat has found a home.
Please, read below some tips to help you with rehoming.
‘Apple’ is looking for her forever home!
This beautiful lady has been living under cars in a carpark in Carrignavar since I found her in July. She’s gone from being terrified and not coming within 2 metres of me to wanting love before food when I go to feed her.
She has turned into a real purrer and absolutely loves her head scratches and her Whiskas treats!
She has made huge progress over the past few months and has even more potential still. She is so loveable and really deserves a good home, especially at this time of year.
She may be more suited to an outdoor life at first but I reckon she could probably be partially indoors with a bit of coaxing and the right person.
Let me know if you want to offer Apple her forever home.
She is about 5 years old and has been neutered and tested for FIV/FeLV. A contribution of €45 to help with veterinary cost will be requested (to be given to person rehoming them).
To enquire, please contact 0877684702
The Mini-Torties (West Waterford)
These two sisters are looking for a new home (preferably together). They are very friendly and love playing & human interaction. They would be suitable for an indoor home with or without access to outside.
They are 8 weeks old and have been neutered and treated for parasites. A contribution of €45 to help with veterinary cost will be requested (to be given to person rehoming them).
To enquire, please contact 089 4341916
Mini Pumba (West Waterford)
Mini Pumba is a lovely kitten who was born during the summer and is looking for a new home. He is very friendly and loves playing & human interaction. He would be suitable for an indoor/outdoor homeor very safe outdoor home.
He is 4 months old and has been neutered and treated for parasites. A contribution of €45 to help with veterinary cost will be requested (to be given to person rehoming them).
To enquire, please contact 089 4341916
The Lovely Gang (North East Cork)
These four lovely kittens are approximately 12 weeks old and are looking for good homes in pairs or separately. They have been handled since very small and are very friendly. They would be suitable for an indoor home with access to outside.
They have been neutered and treated for parasites. They also had a touch of cat flu for which they have been treated. A contribution of €45 to help with veterinary cost will be requested (to be given to person rehoming them).
The kitten on bottom right has been rehomed.
To enquire, please contact 083 8983739
Semi-feral looking for an indoor/outdoor home (West Cork)
There is a approx 10 month old female cat that doesn’t have an owner that has been coming to my house. RAWR came and trapped her so she could be treated for a bad eye, worms and fleas and she was also neutured. Unfortunately I cannot take her in and she lives in the bushes at the back of my house where I feed her once a day. I was told me that she is definitely not feral so may have been abandoned. She is afraid of humans and will need someone to be very patient with her. maybe a place with no children I’m thinking.
She has been neutered and treated for parasites. An adoption contribution will be requested.
To enquire, please contact 0838824984
The Sweet Lady (East Cork)
This lovely cat is looking for a good home. She is very friendly and would be suitable for an indoor/outdoor home or an outdoor-home with comfortable shelter. She is very affectionate and would make a lovely pet.
She has been neutered, tested FIV & FeLV negative and treated for parasites. A €45 contribution (to be given to person rehoming her) will be requested to help covering veterinary cost.
To enquire, please contact 086 2470729
The Adventurers (East Cork)
These three lovely male kittens are looking for loving homes. They are 6 months old and super friendly as they have been handled since birth. They would be suitable for indoor homes with access to outside. They are ok with other cats and with kids.
They have all been neutered. A €45 contribution (to be given to person rehoming the kittens) will be requested to help covering veterinary cost.
To enquire, please contact 089 4027282.
Peekaboo and The “Toughie” Pies (East Cork)
Peekaboo and the Toughie Pies are still looking for a home. They would be suitable for a safe outdoor home with a comfortable place to sleep. They started their socialisation quite late and can be still a little bit shy.
They are about 6 months old and have been neutered. A €45 contribution (to be given to person rehoming them) will be requested to help covering veterinary cost.
To enquire, please contact 085 7100583.
House Cat called Maize (pronounced My-Zha) is approx 12 years old and is looking for a new home. I have had her for 6 years. I have been informed recently the my daughter has an allergy and have been advised to re-home the cat as a result. She is a very affectionate Cat, spotlessly clean, not as energetic as she used to be – doesn’t hunt birds / mice etc anymore. Has always been well cared for and well fed. Sleeps in-doors and loves the couch. I will be very sad to see her go but I have no choice really as this allergy flares up quite often.
Maize is looking for an indoor home with access to outside. She is ok with children and other cats, not sure about dogs. She is spayed, litter trained and will be treated for fleas & worms and vaccinated prior to re-homing.
To enquire, please contact 0873288585.
Brothers in Arms
These two brothers are looking for a new home. They like to go on adventures and would be more suited to a countryside outdoor home, access to the house would be a nice bonus, but a nice shelter would also be suitable. They would need to be strictlly confined for a period of 4 weeks to get used to their new environments.
They are about a year old and have been neutered and treated for parasites.
A €45 contribution (to be given to person rehoming them) will be requested to help covering veterinary cost.
To enquire, please contact 087 3272811.
She is very sweet and cuddly, but it’s all on her own terms, so she would be better suited to a home without young children. She is a bit scared of other cats and would be better on her own. We are unsure how she is with dogs.
She has been health-checked, spayed and is now microchipped. A contribution of €45 to help with veterinary cost will be requested.
To enquire, please contact 087 3454999
The Ginger is Male with yellow eyes, he is a bit friendly. He is 6 years old. The Calico is Female with green eyes; she is about 7 years old. She is a bit more shy. she will take time to become friendly. These two are very dependent on each other and cannot be separated.
An ideal home would be one where they have shelter, room to roam and kind people to mind them. In time i believe both cats would become trusting of a kind hand. They are lovely and sweet, taken care of for years by a elderly gentleman.
Both cats have been neutered and a contribution will be requested.
To enquire, please contact 086 2327996.
Taz and Sister
I moved in a new house (supposed to be cat friendly) in October and those two cats were already there. They were tiny (I think about 5-6 months). I started to feed them and build a trust relashionship with them. The black one, a male, I call him Taz, came to me very quickly, asking for cuddles. The tortoiseshell was more suspicious. At the end of November, I decide to trap them to neuter them. So since this time I feed them and take care of them. As the winter was coming, they wanted to go inside the house. As my landords said yes to cats when I signed the lease, I let them go inside.
And they are absolutly amazing. I could see those cats grew up with humans. They are humans friendly. You can cuddle them, and play with them. They are quiet. They don’t damage furnitures and when they tried to scratch somewhere it was not allowed, I just put them and scratching posts and this is how they understand where to do this. So they can be educated if you’re patient and gentle with them. I already let them indoor and they behaved very well. They use the litter boxes and don’t scratch on furnitures.
Taz, the black one, can stick to you all the day. He’s a lap cat and love to cuddle, especially after to be feed. He has his ritual breakfast : he eats, he plays and after that, he asks for cuddles. He doesn’t like to be alone, and always ask for attention. He loves to speak ,and to be indoor. He slept with me sometimes.
The female is more shy, but she likes to be pet sometimes, when this lady asks for it. She likes to be in your legs when you’re gonna feed them. She doesn’t really speak, except when you’re about to feed them. She likes to be indoor, but she will ask to go outdoor.
You can tame both of them with treats, they love it and they will cuddle you for treats;)
But currently, my landlords decide they’re an issue, so I have to rehome them, because I fear for their safety. My own cat has to live in the garage for now.
I think those cats can suit to someone who knows cats very well, and is used to dealing with them. They don’t seem to be okay with dogs, but they are okay with others cats. A safe outdoor access is essential.
Taz and his sister are about a year old and are both neutered. A financial contribution will be requested to make sure they go to a good home (I will the donate it to charity)
I will consider only serious people.
To enquire, please contact 0838739859
He’s fine with other cats and dogs after a slow introduction.
He loves being inside but does spend a lot of time outside when the weather is good. He loves attention.
He is neutered. A contribution of €45 will be requested to help with veterinary cost.
To enquire, please contact 087 2398494
He has been neutered, microchipped, tested negative to FIV and FeLV and treated for parasites. A contribution of €55 will be requested to help with veterinary cost.
To enquire, please contact 086 0768625
She is friendy, neutered and treated for parasites. A €45 contribution (to be given to person rehoming her) will be requested to help covering veterinary cost.
To enquire, please contact 087 9502461
A number of farm cats are looking for new outdoor homes. We are dealing with a few cases where the number of cats got out of hands very rapidly. The cats are now neutered, but their carers are now trying to reduce their number a little by relocating a few. They will only be rehomed in pairs and the youngest (from 6 months old to 2 years old) or friendliest ones will be given priority as they are easier to relocate. You will need to keep the cats strictly confined (in a shed, garage or safe enclosure with natural light) for a period of 4 weeks to get them used to their new environment. You will need to give them access to a warm shelter area and provide them with complete cat food and access to fresh water in exchange for their pest-control services.
All cats will be neutered (and eartipped) prior to relocation and a small donation to contribute to the veterinary cost will be asked for.
To enquire, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Form. Please be honest in your answers as it is in the best interest of the cat.
Rehoming Cork Pets have a group on Facebook where you can also post an ad. They offer free homecheck. Visit their page here.
What to look for when doing a homecheck:
- Do the adopters understand that it is a long-term commitment?
- Are they willing to spend money for vet bills and a proper diet?
- Where will the cat sleep/live?
- Is everyone in the house willing to adopt a cat?
- Do they understand the importance of vaccinations?
- What will happen to the cat if they go on holidays/move house?
- Make sure they will keep the cat/kitten confined for at least three weeks.
- Do not rehome too young kittens to strictly outdoor homes.
If rehoming cats as outdoor cats:
- Make sure that the cat is neutered to prevent unwanted litters.
- Make sure that the cat can be confined for three weeks.
- Make sure that the cat will have access to food and water.
- Make sure that the cat can have access to a warm and safe shelter.