Cats and Kittens for adoption

Before enquiring, please, read our adoption procedure here.


For Adoption: LutiLuti is part of the Evening Trap trio. She came from a TNR project we did in Conna. Her brother Frank had a serious eye infection and she and her sister Grace were a bit under the weather so were kept for treatment. She was the first to bounce back and also the first to bond with humans. She is a little shy with people she doesn’t know, but once the ice is broken, she is craving for rubs and to play with you.

Luti is about 3 months old and would be suitable for an indoor home (with or without access to outside). She would be ok with other animals if correctly introduced and with a calm child.

Luti has been tested, spayed, vaccinated (including against FeLV), microchipped and treated for parasites.

To view more photos and videos, click here.

Before enquiring to adopt, please read our adoption procedure. To enquire, please TEXT 086 1583501.

Posted 15/09/19

Frodo and Sam

After a long shift at work, one of our volunteers got home only to find two little kittens in a box at her door. Although we are not a rescue, there was very little else our volunteer could do but take them in her care.
When they arrived, Frodo & Sam were tiny sickly little scraps. A lot of TLC and some medication have turned them into strong kittens.
Sam, the bigger of the two is Frodo’s ‘brother from another mother’ caretaker. He watches out for him and is the more active. Frodo is a soft gentle little boy and loves Sam.

Frodo and Sam are about 11 weeks old. They have been neutered, tested, fully vaccinated (including against FeLV), microchipped and treated for parasites. They would ideally like a hoe together, indoors (with or without outdoor access). You can see more photos of Frodo and Sam here and watch a video here.

Before enquiring to adopt, please read our adoption procedure. Text 089 2546320 to enquire.

Posted 15/08/19


Stripes is a five year old handsome boy who is looking to start a new life in a loving home. Stripes was left behind by his owner when they moved out. The person who moved in, although she was afraid of cats,  felt sorry for him and looked after him. She bought him a dog house and provided food. However, Stripes had become very edgy since being left behind. When the lady also had to move, she didn’t want to leave Stripes behind and so he came in our care.

Stripes was very unsettled and unpredictable at first. He had a thorough vet check and got a dental to remove 8 teeth, making him feel more comfortable. His fosterer has been rehabilitating him and he is now learning to be loved again and is more relaxed (although he is terrified of the sweeping brush). He is affectionate and loves attention. She has also introduced him to cats and dogs and he got used to them very easily.

Stripes is now looking for a loving and stable home, mostly indoors with access to outside. A home with people who have experience with cats would be preferable and where he would be the only animal. He would be more suitable to a home without any children.

Stripes is about five years old, neutered, microchipped and fully vaccinated. He has tested negative to both FIV and FeLV and is up-to-date with parasite treatment.

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

To enquire, please TEXT 086 1583501.

Posted 23/06/19

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

10 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

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


  5. Hi, I would like to know if Aurora is still looking for a home.

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