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 Queen is 1 years old and the babies are 21 weeks old
 We are neutered males and neutered females. 
 We could live with calm, older children (15+). 
 We cannot live with dogs.
 We could live with other cats.
 We need a home with a safe garden.


The royal family are a lovely litter of kittens looking for new homes.

Queen was quickly handed into the shelter after being found with her 5 babies. The kittens were very scared and were in need of a lot of socializing to boost their confidence levels.

After a few weeks of The Royals being in the shelter, a single stray kitten was brought in after being attacked in a garden by some tom cats. Being a similar age to the others, we decided to see if Queen would allow him into her litter... and she accepted him into the family with no problem. The 5 kittens are named Baron, Duke, Duchess, Earl and Lady. Their foster brother is "Bean".

Queen took wonderfully to her role as a mother, and all the babies have grown up to be very healthy - including Bean. 

We have discovered that Queen does have a favourite child - but don’t let the others know! She and Earl have a special bond, and love to play together, so they will be looking for a home as a pair. The head of the royal family is a very friendly cat and likes to steal the limelight from her kids.

The other babies are still shy little things and will need time in a new home to adjust to new sounds and smells. They will need a loving, understanding owner in order to fully come out of their shells and be the confident cats we know they can be.

As there are an odd number of kittens in this litter, we will either be looking for a home that will take a trio or a home that already has a young cat to take a single one.





 Queen and Earl 


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Our cats are rescues, that have either been abandoned, stray, neglected or abused. All homes need to have a home check either by video call or in person and we will provide advice about caring for cats or kittens. This is also a chance for us to see what type of home you can offer to one of our cats and to best match a cat with your home and family.  

Following a successful home visit, we will make an appointment for you to come and meet the cats at the shelter and adopt. If you have picked cat/s from the website, you will meet them on adoption day. 

We are prioritising homes that are local to our centre and these are the Canning Town catchment areas: East London, parts of North London and parts of West Essex.

If you can offer a home to a harder to home cat, we will consider a home outside these areas.