Lockdown may have affected the normal re-homing process for many sanctuaries, but dedicated staff are continuing to do their best for the animals in their care.
Visit each group’s website for further details on the cats and other animals available for adoption, as well as current opening arrangements.
1. Pesto - Woodlands Animal Sanctuary
Eight year old female Pesto has a sweet personality, but can be a tad destructive when left alone for long periods of time. A house where the owners work at home or work short hours would be ideal. Photo: Woodlands Animal Sanctuary
2. Rossi - Lancashire Cat Rescue
Rossi came to the centre with his brother Rico; staff are hoping that a couple of people with lots of patience and time on their hands will step up and offer these brothers separate loving homes. Photo: Lancashire Cat Rescue
3. Rico - Lancashire Cat Rescue
Rico came to the centre with his brother Rossi; staff are hoping that a couple of people with lots of patience and time on their hands will step up and offer these brothers separate loving homes. Photo: Lancashire Cat Rescue
4. Toby - Woodlands Animal Sanctuary
Six and a half year old male Toby has been quite shy since coming to the centre, but he is a very sweet cat who may just need a bit of love to bring him out of his shell. Photo: Woodlands Animal Sanctuary