Farm Cats


Could you offer a rural home for a working farm cat? These cats have been vet checked and are microchipped and neutered. Daily food and suitable shelter are required in return for mousing duties (cat in photo not available for adoption).  If you are looking to rehome a farm cat please contact us to see if we have any cats suited to this lifestyle currently in care.

8 thoughts on “Farm Cats

  1. Ella L says:

    I live on a rural working farm village and am looking to home a cat, do you have any we could meet?

    Thank you

  2. Steve says:

    Looking to “home” a couple of Rodent patrollers for our warehouse in rural BN6 – please let me know if you have any suitable “candidates” available

  3. Michael Connolly says:

    Hello, I live alone in a rural area with a large garden. I would be very happy to take a farm cat (preferably female), of any age (but preferably younger ).

  4. Gemma Manktellow says:


    We are wanting to rehome a farm cat or 2 for our stable yard based in Hellingly, East Sussex. We rehomed our lovely yard cat but sadly he passed away earlier on this year so we would love to rehome another farm cat.
    Our previous cat loved attention as well as his own space so a cat that appreciates time with humans would be great but also an independent cat as well.
    We have hay barns, beds and little hiding places for cats to snuggle up and will be fed daily with cat food and a big water bowl provided.
    Look forward to hearing from you.

    1. Web Admin
      Web Admin says:

      Hi Gemma, we are so sorry to hear that you lost your yard cat last year. We currently don’t have any farm cats looking for homes right now. There may be other charities that have suitable cats for you – I’d suggest you have a look at Cat Chat:
      You are also welcome to register your interest in being put on a waiting list with us for when we next get a farm cat into care. To do this, please complete a homing application form – the link can be found on our rehoming page, underneath the photos of the cats, under the heading “How to adopt a rescue kitten/cat – Step 1”.

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