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Four young semi-feral cats aged approx 16 months.  These cats had been living stray in a parking area behind some flats in Camberwell. We were able to neuter and return 5 adult cats where they will continue to be fed but residents would not have the whole family of cats returned. Unfortunately these feral kittens were quite old when they came into our care in the Autumn of 2019 and have not tamed up, although a couple are very inquisitive and do like to say hello and sniff our hands.

This family could be rehomed as a foursome or two pairs. 

Dice - black/white male (1st photo) and Rory grey female (second photo) are the more inquisitive pair and do like to come and very close to us.  If the family are homed as two pairs Dice and Rory would be rehomed together.

Espresso (black male 3rd photo) and Echo (black/white male 4th photo) are slightly shier but still quite confident close to people.

They have all been neutered and microchipped and are seeking a suitable outdoor home such as at a stables, farm, smallholding or a garden home.  They will require access to dry shelter e.g a hay barn or dry outbuilding or garden shed.  They will need feeding every day with good quality cat food (the same as any pet cat would be fed) but will also earn their keep as an effective rodent patrol.

We can rehome feral and semi-feral cats to homes in Sussex, Kent, parts of Surrey and to suitable homes within London.   We initially loan a purpose built relocation pen to keep the cats in for 4 weeks to settle them in and provide life long support and back up should it be required e.g with health care.

UPDATE 21st SEPT: GOOD NEWS THIS FAMILY HAVE NOW FOUND A NEW HOME!

 To enquire about these cats please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   or tel 07768 122844

 CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 SITUATION - Update 16th May 2020.   Following relaxation of travel restrictions we are now able to resume rehoming feral cats whilst maintaining social distancing.  We haven't been able to rehome our feral cats for almost two months during lockdown so are keen to get them into new homes so that they can get settled in, regain their freedom and enjoy the Summer.