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Glastonbury and Wells Cats Protection have a number of cats in their pens and even more waiting to come in when we have space. These cats are lovely, friendly moggies who are homeless through no fault of their own or their owners. Just victims of circumstance, patiently waiting for someone to love them.

All cats homed by Glastonbury and Wells CP have been routinely health checked, treated for fleas and worms and neutered if old enough. 

Why adopt a cat from Cats Protection? Click the link to find out more.

If the health check reveals any problems like dentals for older cats the necessary treatments will have been carried out.

In addition they are fully vaccinated and micro chipped. We can also offer the new owner 4 weeks free insurance, courtesy of Pet Plan.

Our kittens will not have been neutered but when they are 5 months the Charity will pay the full cost of neutering. At the time they are neutered we will arrange for them to be microchipped. This procedure will  also be paid for by the Charity.

Our Adoption fee for cats or kittens is £60.

In this frantic and stressful world, curling up with a loving, purring feline and a cup of hot chocolate, or gin and tonic if you prefer, is a great way to soothe away the worries at the end of the day.

Please phone the fosterer listed with the cat to find out more about it. It is a decision you won't regret.

Below are all the domestic cats currently available. The situation changes from day to day - sometimes hour to hour - so phone the number given for each cat to find out if it is still available. We try to be honest in our descriptions and will always tell you of any problems with any cat.

If you don't see the cat you are looking for on this page please contact Gill on 01749 850660. We have a waiting list of cats to come in for re-homing and it may be that the cat for you is on that list.


BlueBlue BLUE

Blue is a very handsome tabby and white fellow who came to us as a stray. He is 5 years old.

He is a very friendly happy cat but when we had him tested and neutered the tests came back positive for FIV. Blue is healthy and there is no reason why he shouldn't stay that way provided he is homed as the only cat to an indoor home. He did show signs of mild cat flu when he first came into our care, but that has cleared up and he is being vaccinated.

As Blue will be an indoor cat and is still quite young and active he needs a spacious home and lots of stimulation in the form of toys and interactive games to keep him occupied. Cats Protection can give lots of advice and help to his new owner with this.

If you could offer this special needs cat the right home, please contact Pauline on 01749 840293


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Pickles PICKLES 


Pickles is a rather large neutered male.  We don't know exactly how old he is but the vet thinks he's around 6 years old.  Pickles is quite a confident cat and would be happy with a quiet dog and children.  He is very over weight so will need to be on a diet for a bit.  This is not anything to worry about and we can help you with that.


Please phone Emma on 01458 850823 if you are the person who could help Pickles to a happy and healthier life.



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RosieRosie is a 6 year old very pretty, loving tabby and white female who needs a home where she will get lots of cuddles and love.

She will be shy at first and may need a couple of weeks to relax and trust her new owner and then her loving nature will shine through and she will be a delightful companion.Rosie is a lovely lap cat and really enjoys having her tummy stroked. She is also quite playful with ping pong balls and toy mice and loves cat nip. She has even caught a shrew who unwisely found it's way into her pen. That caused her a great deal of excitement.


We think Rosie needs a calm settled home so no young children please. She isn't keen on dogs but may settle with a quiet older laid back male cat for company. Rosie is vaccinated, microchipped and very healthy.


Phone Gill on 01749 850660 to know more about Rosie's story.

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CassisCassis is a white and dark tabby 13 year old who was reluctantly given up for rehoming when her owner moved. She can be very affectionate, loves rubbing around legs, rolling on her back and being tickled under her chin. She's very relaxed and will sit on laps at times but can't really be described as a lap cat. Unfortunately she's not keen on being picked up so can be difficult to get into a cat basket. She will also occasionally give a pretend nip if she feels threatened and therefore needs a home with someone who understands cats and their behaviour, and in exchange she will make a lovely companion. She would be best as an only pet in a home without children.


If you would like to know more about Cassis please phone Janet on 01749 880545.


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FudgeFudge FUDGE


Fudge is a big, affectionate 6 year old ginger tom. He likes a lap to sit on when he chooses but also likes to be out and about like any self respecting fellow would.

He likes to play and loves his food. He should probably be the only male cat in the household but may well be happy to live with a friendly female cat.

 FUDGE is BOOKED for 30th July

Phone Tina on 01458 835179 to offer Fudge a home


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OscarOscar OSCAR


Oscar is a lovely friendly cat. He's about 14 years old and had his ears trimmed several years ago as they were pre-cancerous, which makes him look quite cute. All he wants from life is food, a comfy bed or lap to sit on and lots of cuddles. Unfortunately he is now deaf and on medication for a thyroid problem but, if you offer him a home, we will continue to pay his vet bills. He may not have a long life ahead of him but will reward any new owner with plenty of love and lots of purrs. He'd probably settle with other cats but not with a dog.


To find out more about Oscar please call Janet on 01749 880545.


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The cats and kittens listed in the Direct Homings section are still with their owners. It may be that we don't yet have room for them yet or that their owners don't want them to go into pens - there are many possible reasons. Unless otherwise stated, Glastonbury & Wells Cats Protection have not seen these cats to assess them for suitability for rehoming. The description given is from the existing owner.


KITTENS for Rehoming



Cats Protection Glastonbury & Wells Branch - Cats for Homing - Rehoming in the Glastonbury and Wells area.


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