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Please consider the following before applying to adopt:

We will communicate via email, so make sure to check your SPAM or 'Promotions' folder in your email for any communication from us. You will receive an email to confirm we have received your application once submitted. 

We are an INDOOR first cat rescue and we DON'T rehome single kittens.

Out of consideration to our very small volunteer teams it is important that you read the points below carefully before submitting an ADOPTION APPLICATION form:

  • Thoroughly read our guide for newly adopted kitties to have realistic expectations of the responsibility of owning a kitty.

  • Please familiarise yourself with our FAQs to learn more about the adoption process and our response times.

  • For kittens, we adopt in pairs of kittens and in the second instance, those who already have a young cat. Kittens homed on their own risk having behavioural issues when they grow up like bitting and scratching. 

  • The most applications we get are for kittens, so please be aware that we might not get to you, let us know in your application if you would consider other types of cats as well.

  • Young cats will be looked to be rehomed to a home with another cat.

  • Be sure that you are ready to adopt and do not apply on whim out of consideration to our very small adoptions volunteering team.

  • Think if you are ready for a commitment of looking after a kitty for many years to come (including during their senior years), cats can live 16+ years.

  • Make sure you have permission in writing on your rental or lease to have pets before applying.

  • Only submit one application, if you wish to update it, message us via Instagram, Facebook or email and let us know which kitty you like.

  • Ensure you have specified what kitties you are interested in, including your previous experience so we can get a sense of you and your home to try to find the best fit.

  • We are an indoor first rescue. Cats should be kept indoors at all times (unless you have a catio or cat proofed garden) join this group for ideas, please read our FAQs for more information. We will require all homes to be cat proofed. This applies to kittens as well.

  • We will prioritise applicants that do not have a cat or have 1 cat. If you 2 or more cats, we will only consider your application for cats who may be considered for a 'difficult to adopt' kitty.

  • Terms apply to all adoption applications. 

  • Please keep in mind that we will not be able to provide vaccinations at this time.

We have received hundreds of applications so we won't be able to get back to everyone individually, please read our FAQs to familiarise yourself with our process.

Kitties for adoption

Please note that most ages are approximations as we don't always have the kitty's medical history. If a cat is no longer on this page it means that the kitty has been adopted or could have temporarily been removed. This page is the most up-to-date place for the cats we have up for adoption.

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13 years / female / indoor

Lillian is a sociable and affectionate kitty, who purrs like a train as soon as she is stroked and likes to follow her humans around.

Her fosterers say she is the easiest cat they’ve ever looked after – she just wants to be petted! She enjoys playing with her wriggly worm wand toy and is a sharp hunter. She has a loving and placid personality – she doesn’t like being picked up, but will allow it rather than struggling to get down.

Lillian would love to find adopters who worked from home a few days a week, so that she could sit near them and be stroked, but she is fine to be left alone and just needs some attention once you get back!

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Clement (FIV+)

5 years / male / indoor

Clement's number one goal in life is to get as many pats as possible. He is a super affectionate boy and will smother you in love. He can be a little on the needy side, but he's so loveable all is forgiven.

Clement would suit someone that is okay with a kitty that will always be up in your business. He'll follow you everywhere, always wants to be on your lap or beside you and sleep with his humans. He doesn't really play with toys, he's much more interested in cuddles.

He can sometimes affectionately 'love bite' - this is never aggressive, more cat-to-cat behaviour, but it could frighten young children. He does listen to a firm 'no, we don't bite' and continues being lovely and affectionate, but he will need someone that understands this and doesn't respond negatively as that could lead to bad behaviour.

He uses his kitty litter well, but he is quite a big boy, so he would need a large litter tray. He loves his cardboard scratch pad, highly recommended to divert his attention from furniture!

Clement is FIV positive, so he will need to go to a home where he’s the only cat or with other kitties who have FIV. He’s had gingivitis and some dental issues, so he’s now missing some teeth, but this doesn’t stop him from being the most loving boy you’ll ever encounter.

All around he's a very lovable boy, and will bring someone that understands his funny quirks a lot of joy.

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6 years / male / indoor

This gentle big boy is looking for a patient and loving forever home where he can continue his journey to become a confident and engaging kitty. 


When he arrived at his foster home after living in a car park, he very soon accepted little pats and chin scratches, even reaching out a paw to touch his fosterer’s hand. He has really progressed since then and will now nudge their hands and lean into pats, and enjoys being gently brushed.


Solstice is happiest when he is playing. He loves to play with feather toys and provides plenty of entertainment performing cat acrobatics on his cat tree, and he really, REALLY loves catnip. He likes to alternate his naps between his cat tree perch by the window and a lounge chair. When he has good days he likes to sit on your feet and wait for his night time treats that he loves to chase!


This handsome boy has perfect litter box manners and is very chatty and expects your undivided attention when it’s time for him to eat. He has a great appetite and is not a picky eater. However, perhaps because he had to fight for food in the past, he can be very impatient when the food is being served. His anxiety is greatly reduced when his fosterers sit with him and gently pet him while he eats, so this is something that will continue to comfort him in his new forever home.


Solstice is looking for a quiet home where he can play to his heart’s content and where he can have a routine and most importantly feel safe. He needs some more support when it comes to his food anxiety. It may take some time, but he will be forever grateful to you for your love and patience!


Solstice is a kitty who will greet you with hisses, but it seems he really means kisses. In recent weeks he has added some very heartwarming meows to this little quirk. He greets his humans at the door when they come home with a hiss, followed by some meows with his tail shooting up and an invitation to pet him. If you ask if he can meow instead of hiss, Solstice will. It’s his party trick.

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7 months / female / indoor

Mags is ready for her new adventure and has a lot of love to give.

This colourful kitten, with a personality to match, has a curious soul and loves to play fetch with her favourite toys: foil balls and wine corks. She was nervous when she first came to us, but has grown in energy, size and sociability. She is great with new people, often welcoming her guests at the door and giving them a head's up to pet them, but we don't know how she is with children or other cats.

Mags is a small cat with a big appetite and is not fussy at all. She is playful and mischievous. When not playing, she can be found cleaning herself or resting in the sun. She often watches "cat TV" (pigeons) outside her window.

Mags' adopter must love cat cuddles and kittens invading her personal space. She loves a cat's lap and participating in the cat's nap. It makes her happy and trust me, you will know when she is happy with the loudest purr you have ever heard. Because she is a cat who loves human company, she prefers an adopter who can work from home, at least part-time.

She has had some skin problems, so will need a monthly flea treatment.

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18 years young / male / indoor

Nettle is an old and very loving boy who croaks instead of meows. He is looking for a retirement home where he can receive lots of cuddles and lap time. He has come a long way in terms of health as he hadn't seen a vet in years before coming to us. Over the last couple of months he has gained weight (from being extremely underweight) and his fur is looking much healthier. He will require regular grooming because he can't do this all by himself due to his arthritis, but he will be grateful for your help as he very much enjoys the grooming sessions! 


His favorite thing to do is nap all day! However, he is very awake when hungry as he loves food, he can never get enough! He tolerates being carried around for short periods of time while enjoying some chin rubs and hugs. His eyesight isn’t the best anymore so he doesn’t show a lot of interest in toys unless you have string toys that rattle and make other fun noises, then he will happily play with you.


He requires a monthly injection for his arthritis — these help him so much with the pain and increase his overall comfort & mobility. He was treated for a dental infection where he had all his teeth removed except one (he might need more dental work in future to remove the remaining tooth). He had a lot of tummy issues when he first came to us, but has stabilized thanks to specialty food, probiotics and fibre, all of which he'll need going forward. He has early stage kidney disease which for now he only needs special food for. He'll need another blood test in 3 months time to ensure his anemia is gone, and to check on his heart as there have been some differing measurements. In spite of all these ailments that come with age he continues to improve and seems to be content with life now!


Nettle is looking for a home to live out his remaining years, where he can be pampered with all the cuddles & food that his heart desires! He is not a big fan of other cats and tries to chase them off with a hiss and a paw in the air, so would prefer to be the only kitty in the household. He is an absolute sweetheart, a total lap cat, and will add so much love to his new forever home!

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Clarence (FIV+)

5 years / male / indoor

Clarence is a big, relaxed cat who enjoys taking it easy. His favourite toys are paper straw wrappers, but when he’s in his occasional playful mood he loves to chase around and rip up any sort of paper scraps. He's not demanding and is content just being in the presence of people. He loves receiving belly rubs and will happily roll over for them, though when he’s had enough he’ll let you know! He has a big appetite and has a tendency to purr contentedly while he eats. He's not high-maintenance and doesn't require a lot of stimulation to be happy. Simply being near those he loves is enough for him. If you're looking for an easy-going and affectionate companion, Clarence is a great fit.

He has just had a dental and is ready to find his forever home!


Beautiful eyes (FIV & Felv+)

2 years old / Male / indoor

Beautiful Eyes is a beautiful big boy with a gorgeous, thick fur.

He was found on the streets and looked like he was having a tough time with some issues with his eyes. This left him with mismatched eyes, but don’t be fooled by his winking – his vision is fine and he loves hunting toys around and playing!

He is still quite nervous of people, but he's a quick learner and warms up to you fast if you have treats Playing is the best way to get him out of his shell, he’s young and active so he will benefit from a lot of play time.

He is ok with pets and loves tickles under his chin, but he will not come to you. He’s not a fan of being picked up, so cuddles will have to happen under his own terms. He is a little prince who likes to keep his distance

Beautiful Eyes is unfortunately FIV and FeLV positive, so he needs to be strictly indoor only and the only cat in the house. FeLV is a tricky disease, but life expectancy can be even 3-5 years from the diagnosis. Insurance companies won’t cover kitties with FeLV, so the adopters will need to have a savings account to cover any unforeseen medical expenses.

Who's ready to give him a loving and caring home?

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9 years / female / indoor or outdoor (cat proof)

Frances is a gorgeous cat who is very fearful. She loves to hide under the kitchen cupboard and in high places, so would love to have a high platform to take a nap and loves to look out of the window.

It takes her a few months to get comfortable in a new space, but when she does she will even sit next to humans to wait for dinner and will sometimes let out a meow if the person takes too long to prepare the meal.

Frances doesn't allow anyone to touch her and is startled if approached quickly or if you get too close, but she won't bite. Despite this, in very slow steps, she is very comfortable sharing her home with humans and has allowed some petting with a stick (she only likes one stick and the others frighten her), so we can see some progress.

She has some funny quirks, like standing up like a meerkat sometimes and playing alone with toys when no one is looking! She is also very curious about other cats, so she can be introduced into a house with several cats. It is important that she is introduced slowly into a house, in a small space and with hiding places, so that she does not get stuck in a dangerous place as she will not go out to eat. She should be kept indoors or in a cat-proofed area for her own safety.

This beautiful girl is looking for a forever home that has lots of patience, can give her lots of love and affection and can help keep an eye on her.

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12 years / male / indoor

Meet Mittens!

He came to us as a very shy and traumatised cat. However, after we showed him, with much patience and care, that he could trust us, in a few months he gained a feeling of trust and started to feel at ease.

This adorable boy loves to lie down and sleep or just watch what is going on around him. He has his playful moments, when he gets a little crazy and runs around like a horse. This is a great opportunity to bring a string or a ball (his favourite toy) to play with him. He is very happy to kick back the ball you throw to him


If he has not seen you for a few hours or in the morning, he will come to greet you and purr loudly. He loves to be scratched on the cheeks or under the chin and does not mind being on your lap for a while, although he is not a lap cat. However, he still likes to be close to his humans.

Unfortunately, Mittens does not have any teeth, as they were all extracted due to an illness. He suffers from kidney problems, for which he needs daily medication, easily administered in his food, which needs to be slightly mashed to facilitate digestion.

Mittens is looking for a patient, quiet, child-free home where he can adapt to the environment and new humans in his own time. You will love him once he gets used to you and you to him, and he will quickly become a member of the family, and it will be very hard to part with him!

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Socks & Chip

4 years / male / indoor

Socks and Chip are both sweet and gentle cats that love to sit and play with their humans. They get along well and balance each other out, with Chip being outgoing and playful and Socks being more shy and laid back. They like play fighting but never get aggressive with each other (no yowls or injuries).

Chip is cheeky full of energy. His favourite toy is the feather, and he also loves chasing balls around the house. He has recently started liking being stroked, enough to purr, and he will start meowing if you’re not paying him enough attention.

Socks is more shy, quiet and laid back. It’ll take a longer time to build trust but he can be loving and sometimes likes a good brush or stroke. His favourite thing is ‘Cat TV’ and will sit and watch for ages! He loves taking naps in the sun and climbing.

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Biscuit & cookie (fiv+)

5 years old / Females / indoor

Biscuit (FIV+) is the shyer one of the two. It took her a few weeks to open up, but every day she gets braver and more trusting which has been incredibly rewarding. She loves elevated places such as her window bed or cat tree where she still feels most confident. She has become very cuddly and even delights her fosterer with belly rubs. She has lots of potential into a cuddle fanatic one day! At night she becomes very inquisitive and likes exploring the house or playing with her toys by herself.

Cookie is a very affectionate and gentle cat and gets quite attached to humans around her. She loves jumping around and has adapted extremely well to her foster home. Her favourite place is on a soft bed where she can snooze the day away. Neck and chin scratches have been her absolute favourite since day 1 and she will always beg for more while purring loudly. Cookie had a leg injury before she came to us, so she might need some treatment in the future. It is unsure at this point if she will need an operation but we will support the adopters until her leg is healed or with an operation to amputate if it is needed.

Although they are both quite playful they do get scared of toys when it's a person engaging with them, like feathery wands or throwing small toys (they are still in their journey to adjust to human interaction). But they enjoy playing with toys by themselves when they feel it's safe to do so.

We believe they would both be best suited to quiet homes with a small families as they are still on edge and are quick to feel scared from loud noises (or just in general too much going on around them) and will hide.

Although Biscuit is FIV positive, we don't want to separate her from Cookie as they are bonded and there is a low likely hood of Cookie catching FIV, so we are looking to home them together.



12 years / male / indoor

Meet James! This handsome boy adores pets and will start purring the moment he feels your touch. He is a true cuddlebug and loves nothing more than snuggling up with his favourite humans.

James is a calm cat, who can't resist a good nap in the company of his loved ones. As part of his bedtime routine, James insists on being carried around the flat in his fosterer's arms, making sure he gets a good view of everything before settling down for the night.

While James isn't typically drawn to toys, he enjoys catnip and will occasionally bat around his string toy. He might not be the quickest cat in the race, but that's part of his adorable charm. He may take a little longer to learn new tricks, but he makes up for it with his affectionate nature and endearing personality.

When it's time for food, he'll politely follow you around, reminding you that it is dinner time! He is a foodie at heart.

Despite his adorable appearance, James can start the day a bit scruffy as his eyes tend to get a bit leaky. He enjoys a daily eye clean with a warm damp cloth and even helps out by leaning into the cloth himself! When it's time for a good grooming session, James absolutely loves being brushed, transforming into a dapper tuxedo gentleman before your eyes.

This friendly feline gets along well with strangers (particularly those that offer him a treat), but we haven't seen his temperament around other cats and young children. He has recently had some dental work to remove most of his teeth, but is otherwise a healthy gentleman looking forward to meet his forever family!

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4 years / male / indoor

Mitch is a very gentle, very sweet and affectionate boy although he can be a little scared, nervous and shy at times.

He is a playful and hungry boy, likes to run around with toys (especially his cat nip hedgehog) and is always hungry so his adopters need to be conscious to not over feed him.

He has settled in very well with his fosterers after some time and is learning to be less afraid of other people. He is looking for a quiet home with patient humans that are able to work with him through his nervous stage and help him settle into a new environment. He is looking for a home with no other pets with plenty of room to run around!

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13 years old / male / indoor + cat-proofed outdoor

Think about all the stereotypes about cats: aloof, solitary, independent… well, Jett is the complete opposite.


He absolutely LOVES attention. He would benefit from someone who is around the house a lot, maybe someone who works from home. He loves being pet and being around people constantly – even strangers! He will lick you to show his love, cuddle on the sofa next to you all evening and then sleep on the pillow next to your head at night. He sits and looks at you, sometimes meowing, when you’re in the shower or getting ready to leave. Basically he’s gonna be your little shadow.


Although he lacks teeth, Jett is also a big foodie. He is not fussy and loves wet food – especially if you mix a little water in it so he can more easily swallow it without chewing. If you’re in the kitchen, he will run after you meowing hoping to get some treats. 


He’s very curious about the outdoors, so he would benefit from access to a secure cat-proofed garden, a catio or a balcony to take in some fresh hair.


Unfortunately he has had some health issues since he came in our care, including some dental problems, a cancer scare in his ear and some issues with his tummy. He’s stable now, but his new adopter would need a good medical expense account.

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10 months / male & female / indoor

Maxi is a playful and affectionate little guy who knows how to make himself understood! He loves his food and will make sure you know when he’s hungry. He knows when it’s meal time and will make sure you know too! Rexi is a smart little lady, she can be shy at first but is oh so friendly once she gets to know you. She is tiny for her age but super fast on her feet. She has a sweet, inquisitive, playful nature and is extremely affectionate and loves a cuddle.

They adore each other and spend most of the day play fighting and exploring together - in between regular naps. They love playing with their older foster kitty sister too, and also with toys with their fosters - laser pointers, rod toys, balls of string - you name it, they love it!

They are great with kids, love lots of attention, ear scratches and belly rubs, and love to sleep on your bed at night if you’ll have them!

They have sensitive tummies after being unwell as newborns, so will need to be kept on a specialised diet. They will need a home experienced with tummy issues to provide them with the support they require.

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2 years / male / indoor or outdoor (cat proof)

Roberto is a young boy with the fluffiest black coat you will ever come across.


As any young kitty, he is extremely energetic. He absolutely loves playing, so he would thrive in a home with someone who can spend a lot of time with him, playing together.


Despite his active personality, Roberto is very well behaved. He makes good use of his toys and focuses his scratching on the designated posts, rather than around the house. He is litter trained and never misses his mark.


When he’s done playing around, Roberto needs his cuddle fix. He’s a proper lap cat, but on his own terms: he’ll come to you when he wants a snuggle!

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Assigned to adopter

9 months / female / indoor

Let us introduce Simba - a very energetic kitty!

She is gorgeous kitty who loves to cuddle and sleeps just as much as she enjoys playing. She's also very curious, loves looking out windows and generally isn't shy when meeting new people.

Simba would enjoy a feline companion. Sharing her space with another feline friend would bring her great joy and provide endless entertainment for both cats.

Simba is looking for a spacious home with plenty of room to explore.

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Assigned to adopter

2 years / female / indoor

Beverly is a sweet little lady who is still getting used to humans. While she can be wary and timid, she does like to be around people the majority of the time.


She was very scared when she first came to us and spent most of her days hiding and only came out to eat at night. Through the loving help she received from her foster human she has made huge progress and really started to come out of her shell these last couple of months! Now she likes to hang out in the living room with her humans nearby, often even snoozing right next to them on the sofa. She’s even made a massive breakthrough with her wanting to get petted — she indicates she wants pets by approaching and bowing her head, and will shake you off when she’s had enough.


As a young kitty she has an adorable playful side, and can keep herself entertained playing with toys in the middle of the room. She’s still not 100% sure of toys however that require human interaction like string toys, but she sure does love her toy mouse!


She enjoys sitting by the window and watching the outside world. In due time when she has become more comfortable with her new surroundings and environment we think she could benefit from having access to a cat-proofed outdoor space.


Beverly is looking for a quiet home with humans who will give her space and time to allow her to feel comfortable and safe. Someone patient and showering her in love from afar to begin with would be perfect for her. Loud noises or fast movements can startle her, and she needs to have a couple of hiding places easily accessible to her so that she can retreat when she needs it.


While she’s not a lap cat yet, we think she could grow into a really affectionate cat given the right forever home and right humans who will give her the space and time to continue to grow. She has a wonderful personality and will be a lovely addition to someone's home!

Adopting with L.I.C.K

We will review applications on a cat by cat basis (as they are ready to be adopted), in the order that they came in and we will prioritise the best match for each kitty. Therefore, it is quite difficult to provide timelines. Please ensure you review all the points above as these will be covered in the interview.

The adoptions team will reach out for an initial interview if a potential match is found, if the interview goes well, we will put you in touch with the fosterer so you can meet the kitty. We try to make this process as speedy as we can, as we don’t want to lose potential adopters for the kitty. Please note that this step is currently done via a video call.

After this, please let us know if you wish to adopt the kitty. We sometimes have multiple people wanting the same kitty, so we would appreciate you letting us know as soon as possible.

We will then arrange the transfer and will do a home check (this can be done via video) . Once this is approved, you will have to sign an adoption form. We will change the chip ownership transfer and the kitty is officially part of your family! :)  

If for any reason you are unhappy with the kitty, we will take them back.

The Adoption Donation for a kitty is £80.00 or £150.00 for a pair. All donations go towards veterinary care for our kitties. All other costs are paid by fosterers, trustees and volunteers out of their own pockets.

If you are residing in a congestion zone, we kindly as that you help pay for the congestion charge.

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