Cats for Adoption

All cats adopted from us are only done so after a home visit. To VIEW the cats and kittens YOU NEED A HOME VISIT FIRST. An RSPCA trained home visitor will talk through cat and kitten ownership with you.

To organise a home visit please telephone 07599087527 between 9am- 5pm Monday to Friday & 9am-1pm Saturday. If we are unable to take your call please leave a message and we will get back to you.

The cats and kittens fostered by Goole RSPCA are unwanted and unloved and will need considerable time and patience from an understanding owner, to allow them to form a purr-fect relationship and gain confidence. The majority of cats and kittens that come into our care are stray or abandoned animals so we don't always know what they were called. They are given names by the volunteers but these can easily be changed upon adoption to a name of your choice.

Goole & District RSPCA is run solely by volunteers the fostering team look after the cats and kittens at their own homes so get to know their personalities well. You can complete a perfect match download form (MS Word Document) form here..  or download (PDF version) form here.

Adoption Fees

All we ask for is £55 for an adult (over 6mnths) £70 for a kitten. This covers neutering, blood testing, vaccinations (including Leukaemia), ID chipping and up to date de-fleaing and worming treatment, to ensure your new life long friend gets a purr-fect new start. (Care and treatment for each fostercat costs the RSPCA at least £120 per cat!)

Below are some of the cats in our care who are currently looking for homes, If you can't see what you are looking for then please give us a call as we often have other cats whose details are not yet on the website.

Blossom (RESERVED)

A 2-3yr old beautiful cat with a sweet personality, she was left outside a property after her former family moved away. She loves to be brushed, petted and stroked. Sadly, she has sun damage to her ears which means she is at increased risk of skin cancer. If she goes outside she must have high factor sun cream on her ears twice a week.
Blossom enjoys play time and rolls over for more fuss, she is quite kitten like at times. She pushes her head against you, rubs all round you and is almost a lap cat, an absolutely adorable girl. She will jump up on the sofa with you and paw you gently. Vets have confirmed that she is not deaf. When she is in the mood for being picked up Blossom purrs and puts her paws on your shoulder. Blossom has lived with another cat. As she sometimes gets a bit carried away when she's over excited and doesn't like too much noise she would appreciate a steady, adult only home.

If you would like to make a donation directly into our bank account please call 07599087527 or email for details.