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Black Cats
Black cats and black & white cats often get overlooked in favour of ‘prettier’ colours
Give a black & white cat or a black cat a chance!

Shrinking Violets
Nervous cats often too get overlooked, yet they can be the most loyal pets given time. Earning their love and trust can be very rewarding.

Indoor Cats
Want a cat, but live in a flat? Some cats can be better suited to the indoor life: cats with FIV, deaf cats, blind cats, very nervous or elderly cats, or simply cats that have previously been used to living indoors.
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PebblesPebbles was a nervous girl when she first came to us, left abandoned by her previous owner who moved away. Pebbles had to endure not only being left outside in all weathers, no access to food or shelter, fireworks going off around her constantly and crying for help. Just a baby herself approximately no more than 10 months old. Luckily a kind lady intervened and called us for help. Pebbles is an affectionate girl loves being fused, little nervous still of loud noises and tiny people, adores her food.
Pebbles would suit a quiet home no children or other pets as she is very defensive around other cat's we believe she was bullied by other cats where she came from.
Pebbles would suit even an indoor home if other measures were made to keep her stimulated and plenty of human company ie retired, semi retired person or working from home person. Pebbles is spayed, fully vaccinated, wormed, de-flead, vet checked and microchipped.
Please call 07799 264510
No other Pets
No young children
No busy roads if access outside
PrincessPrincess is about two years old and was born outside, with little human contact in her first stages of her life. Princess is a very nervous cat, semi feral and not easily handleable. Princess has had 3 litters that we know of. Since coming here to Orpington Cat Rescue with her last litter of 6 who were born outside she has become more trusting and we are able to stroke her. Princess is now ready for rehoming she has been neutered, Chipped, fully vaccinated, wormed and de flead. Princess needs a very calm environment, no other pets or children and lots of time and patience we think she deserves a chance and not automatically placed in an outdoor environment of a farm or stables, as we can stroke her. If you have experience with very nervous cat or cats/ semi feral. Please call 07799 264510.
No other Pets
No children
Indoor Home only
LaceyMeet beautiful LACEY sweet natured and gentle. Now age 15 years young.
We are looking for Lacey's final forever home so she isn't pushed from pillar to post. She has already had 3 owners and 6 houses from a tiny kitten in her 15 years. Lacey was originally rescued by Orpington Cat Rescue in 2009 as a tiny kitten with her 2 other siblings. We homed her to a lovely lady but sadly that home came to an end in 2017 when the owner died very suddenly after a fall. Lacey returned to us as part of our adoption agreement and we were back on the search for her forever home at age 9 years old. Everything was going well and Lacey has been with her new adoption parents for 6 years but sadly her adoptees are struggling due to declining health over the past year or so to give her the one to one care and contact she needs. Lacey is a little nervous doesn't cope very well with little people but once she bonds with adults she loves nothing more than a lap to sit on and being fussed. Lacey has always been an INDOOR CAT she had the option of a garden but preferred to stay indoors in all the homes. Could you give Lacey as an only pet household or calm home the time, love and commitment of long term adoption home.
Lacey is fully vaccinated, wormed, de flead, chipped and spayed.
Please call to discuss if you can help in anyway.
Tel 07799 264510 Thank you
No other Pets
No children
Indoor Home only
Frederick, Freya & Winnie

As many of you know who follow and support Orpington Cat Rescue we have helped cats in Ibiza over the past few years via a well known charity in Ibiza. Kittens are being born into a life of misery scavenging on the streets, abuse by humans, RTA's, dog attacks, sick, injured. Adult cats also enduring such suffering needing help.

FrederickFrederick is approx. 10 months old, white and Tabby, but a big boy, very sweet, loves to be held and a total lap cat. So playful and a relentless hunter of the stringy toys, a gentleman to the other cats he has bonded with. He’s developed a love affair with little Freya and he is affectionate and grooms Winston a lot, his adopted little brother.
When it comes to meal times Frederick will let them eat first and gives everyone space. He loves to sleep next to you. He was getting attacked a lot by other strays in the cat colony. A kind lady took him in. He has the sweetest little mews and is a curious little boy with a cheeky playful side.

WinnieWinnie is an 8-month-old black kitten who is probably the sweetest little kitten. He was part of another colony being fed by a kind lady. He was found stuck up a chimney outside after being chased by roaming dogs. He was a tiny frightened kitten scrawny and unloved. He was terrified but the kind lady broke away the chimney to rescue him.
Winnie is a little playful baby with tiny squeaky mews, and such a playful sweet personality. He literally loves to be held like a baby, and nuzzle into your chin and chest purring. So doting and affectionate. He also loves to play a lot and has some serious acrobatic moves - he’s nimble and beautiful to watch. He has the most amazing purr and really is a sweet boy.
Winnie will run up to you, tap you on the leg and then run away giggling - literally like a child. It’s the sweetest thing to see.

Then there’s princess Freya 11 months old all white. Freya was found abandoned on her own surviving off a bin by a supermarket. The cashier kept seeing Freya skinny and loitering around there, she began to play with her with a string and noticed Freya was willing to play. So the lady trapped her and took her to the vets. She’d never been to a house before or inside or even with humans properly
Day 1, she was terrified so afraid peed herself and she was meowing historically as she was so afraid. She met Frederick and Winnie which gave her comfort. She took to them both immediately.

FreyaSometimes she still gets little meows of fear, as if she’s scared of being abandoned when she can’t see anyone or any cats. Now, she’s super social, friendly, and such a sweetie - she is first to greet you, purring and chirping, on her back legs head butting for pets. She loves to be stroked. She’s not used to being picked up yet - that’s a bit much for her still - but she lets you caress her belly and gently lift her off the ground. Every day she gets more trusting. She is super well house trained and doesn’t scratch anything - none of them do.
And she loves human company and her two cat friends. Frederick is her protector. Winnie is her little brother. She loves them both. Little Freya is the most timid of the 3 and will need patience and love to heal her abandonment wound, and let her be held. She’s getting there but I suspect a new family may need to give her a while before they can hold her in their arms - she needs gentle adaption to that.

What a wonderful trio and whoever gets to have them in their home and life will be so lucky.

Please call ORPINGTON CAT RESCUE to register your interest
Tel 07799 264510
Thank you
  Please still get in touch with us if you are looking for a new kitty to be part of your family. We may not have many cats listed but we are always able to put you on our waiting list or put you in touch with other rescue cats in need.
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