Last year we rehomed almost 30,000 cats but there are still many more looking for their perfect match. Can you help?
We currently have over 350 cats in our centres looking for new homes and more are rescued by our inspectorate each day.
Many of these rescued cats are adult cats who are sadly overlooked in favour of younger felines.
Meet some of our adult cats
Rescued adult cats can make fantastic laid back companions, but they can be energetic and playful too!
Cracker is very friendly and affectionate; he loves fuss and craves attention. He is also very playful and enjoys chasing toys.
Cracker is used to living with other cats and dogs and can be rehomed with children over the age of five.
To give Cracker the forever home he deserves, please contact Ashley Heath Animal Centre.
Charlie is four-years-old and has been waiting for a new forever home since February 2011! She's very playful, and loves to bat balls around and chase bits of string – you’re sure to tire of the game before she does.
As a sign of her affection Charlie will give you lots of cat-kisses, head-butting your head with hers as she purrs. Charlie would be an ideal companion for adult owners without children or other pets.
To offer Charlie a second chance please contact our Middlesex North West Branch.
Maisie is an adorable 18-month-old ginger tabby-and-white cat. She enjoys human attention and loves a fuss. She likes to play and will happily curl up and sleep whilst she waits for you to come back to see her.
Can you offer Maisie the forever home she longs for? If so please contact our Walsall Branch.
Take a look at more pictures of handsome adult cats looking for homes in our
The right rescue cat for you
If you would like to find your perfect adult cat visit:
James Yeates rehomed an adult cat from our Bristol Branch:
I called her Monkey because she stood on her hind legs, danced and climbed trees a lot
Read more about James’ experience of adopting an adult rescue cat.
Support our work
It costs about £10 a day to keep a cat in an RSPCA animal centre.
On average it takes 27 days to find a cat a new home - that's 26 days too long!
Help us find more cats new homes by making a donation today.