13 cats who are up for adoption with Worthing Cat Welfare Trust

Take a look through a gallery of some of the cats currently looking for a new home at Worthing Cat Welfare Trust.

Monday, 15th April 2019, 12:50 pm
Updated Friday, 26th April 2019, 4:58 pm
Worthing Cat Welfare Trust April 2019

Worthing Cat Welfare Trust was formed in 1995 by Iris Green and Sandra Collins to provide a safe and caring environment for abandoned, unwanted and distressed cats and kittens in the Worthing area. All cats inoculated, micro-chipped, neutered or spayed and, prior to re-homing, and are cared for in a number of shelters. The charity also has a Golden Oldies scheme for senior cats over ten years of age, which provides help to new owners with some of the higher veterinary costs of adopting older cats. There are currently more than 70 cats on the scheme. For more information about the charity or any of the cats, call 01903 883179 or 07818 824407, or visit www.worthingcatwelfaretrust.org

Bella is a two-year-old, black and white, short-hair female. This little sweetheart is very nervous initially, but once she gets to know you, she will be lovely. It is important that she finds a home where there is quiet and lots of loving, patient reassurance.
Coco is a five-year-old, grey-tortie female. She is a very pretty little cat who likes plenty of fuss and attention from her owners. She would be better off as an only cat and certainly does not like dogs.
Lady is a six-year-old, long-haired tortie and white female. This lovely, friendly and playful little soul is very tactile. She previously lived with an elderly lady who had to go into care, but she should be fine in a family home with older children.
Misty is a four-year-old, long-haired, black and white female. An absolutely gorgeous cat who loves to be brushed every day and have lots of fuss and cuddles. She is used to a family home with children around.
Oslo is a five-year-old, long-haired, male. A lovely cat who is a bit shy and upset at the moment. He came from loving home where he had lots of cuddles and attention, and would like the same again.
Penny is a ten-year-old tortie and white female. She is a friendly and loving little cat and adores a warm lap. She needs a quiet new forever home where she can be part of a loving family. She also qualifies for the Golden Oldie support scheme.
Pixie is a ten-year-old tabby female.She is a very relaxed little cat and will be perfect as a gentle companion for an older person. She also qualifies for the Golden Oldie support scheme.
Puzzle is a seven-year-old male who has been looking for a forever home for a long time. He is handsome, friendly, happy with other cats and older children, and he loves attention.
Jimmy and Rosie are a six-year-old ginger and white male and a tortie female. This brother and sister want to stay together. They are not used to living with children, but would probably not mind them visiting.
Sooty is a ten-year-old male who was well cared for by his previous owner, though had very little human contact, so he is a bit shy. He does respond well, however, when he gets to know you. He needs is a quiet, patient household to thrive in. He also qualifies for the Golden Oldie support scheme.
Tinkerbelle and Tigre are 11-year-old sisters. These lovely, friendly tabbies, really need to stay together and would be very happy in a family home with older children. They have been well looked after and will be sadly missed by their previous owners.