Adoptions are now open for animals who are ready to be rehomed. Please read carefully the information on each cat before applying, to ensure they are suited to your home.
You will need to thoroughly read the descriptions below, plus our FAQ and Before You Adopt sections before contacting us. The adoption form is below on this page. If you have any questions about the following animals or our rescue, please contact us.
(into rescue 30/08/2021)
Black & white domestic longhair
9 years old
Can live with families
Playful & curious
Only pet (unless FIV+)
Hi everyone, my name is Sid and don’t I have a story to tell!
I was born in 2012, my birth mum belonged to a park keeper in Morden Hall Park and a nice family came along and took me home when I was 8 weeks old. Life was sweet. They named me Sid. My new family had me chipped and vaccinated but I wasn't neutered as I was a bit young.
When I was about a year old, I went out... not to return. My family looked for me but couldn’t find me. Soon after I disappeared, my family saw a dead cat in the road and it was the spitting image of me, so they thought I was dead.
For 6 years, I had been straying here, there and everywhere until in 2018, a kind lady noticed me out on my own and started feeding me. She contacted WAR who came to save me. As always WAR checked for a chip and I had one! They contacted my family, who after 6 years were very surprised!
I wasn’t in great health; having been a stray for so long. So WAR got me to the vets who confirmed I have FIV. I went back to my family and my story even made the local papers!! I did love my family, but the call of the wild is strong in me so I sneaked out a few weeks later and disappeared again!
I was straying for another 3 years, until WAR was contacted about a stray cat... and boy were they surprised when they turned up and found out it was little old me again!
WAR contacted my family who are unfortunately not in a position to take me back this time and have signed me over. I am now safe and in foster with my foster Dad and not looking too bad for what essentially has been 9 years on the road.
I am now looking for my forever home; I must have an indoor only home and be the only cat as I am FIV positive and a wanderer and at my age I really just need a nice warm home with food and cuddles.
I told you I had a story to tell!! Luffs Sid, the retired escape artist!