Covid 19 response
After reviewing all the current information and the guidelines in place, CCG has taken the decision to suspend all home visits and close the centre to visitors for the next 21 days.We will be reviewing this regularly as advice seems to change very quickly.I hope that you understand that we have a responsibility to keep our volunteers safe and to not put them at risk.Do not worry, our furry residents will continue to be cared for during these uncertain times.Thank you for understanding and if you would like to help us in any way, please follow the link below.
Could you offer a ‘forever home’ to one of our cats or kittens?
Below is a list of all the cats currently available for adoption.
All of our cats are neutered, vaccinated and chipped prior to homing, and all use their litter trays.
Please like our Facebook page for regular updates and photos on all CCG related topics: https://www.facebook.com/CoventryCatGroup
If you are interested in adopting a cat, please start by reading the information on our 6-step adoption process: https://www.coventrycatgroup.org.uk/adoption/the-adoption-process . Feel free to contact us if you would like to discuss any cat in more detail.
We are also looking for safe homes for working cats and kittens– please scroll to the bottom of this page for further information or click on the ‘Feral’ tab above. These are cats rescued from unsafe environments who have been neutered, vaccinated and chipped, and are now looking for a safer place to live outdoors but with shelter and regular food. Thank you for your support!
Before sending us an Adoption Enquiry Form, please read our 6-step adoption process
If you wish to enquire about a cat which is not yet on the website, please click on this Adoption Enquiry Form
Hera, Saffy & Apricot (CCG 1870, 1873, 1882) These beautiful girls came to us after trapping a very large colony large colony. Hera had a litter of seven kittens and Apricot one and both were fantastic mums, we then reintroduced them as they are family and benefit from being together. Hera is the more confident of the three, she loves fusses and will roll around the floor for tummy tickles. Apricot likes gentle strokes when she gets to know you. Saffy is still nervous and will only accept gentle strokes when she is eating, Hera is showing her the way and she just needs more time to come out of her shell. These sweethearts are still young we estimate 2-3 and need to be homed together to a quieter indoor home with no other pets or children.
At the Centre
Please click on the Adoption Enquiry Form to enquire about Hera, Saffy & Apricot
MUMS & KITTENS
PLEASE neuter your cats so that you don’t add to the current kitten overpopulation problem! We receive enquiries every week to take in unwanted / abandoned kittens and we just don’t have any more space – our centre pens and foster places are currently all full. All cats and kittens leaving our care are neutered / spayed, chipped, vaccinated, wormed and de-flea’d and come with an up-to-date Vet card and Adoption paperwork.
Please note that with regards to the adoption of kittens…. we will normally not rehome to –
Homes on or near busy roads. Homes where there is no safe garden for the cat to escape to. Kittens to homes with children under five years old. Kittens to homes where there is no-one at home all day.Rented properties unless we have a letter of confirmation from the landlord to say that cats are allowed at the property. We also prefer to home kittens in pairs ….
Dottie & Jay(CCG TBC) These beautiful babies are now available to be homed as a pair.
With Judith in Coventry
Please click on the Adoption Enquiry Form to enquire about Dottie & Jay
Homes wanted for Feral / Working Cats
An important part of our work at Coventry Cat Group involves TRN (Trap-Neuter-Return) of Feral / Working cats, and so we are always on the look out for safe places for these cats to live. Please see our separate section on our Feral work: https://www.coventrycatgroup.org.uk/ferals/
Feral / Working cats cats are rewarding. If you have stables, farm, small holding, safe factory or even a large garden they will take care of any rodent problem in return for somewhere dry and safe to sleep and regular feeding. Cats hunt best when they are fed and healthy. Feral cats are wonderful to watch interact with each other and eventually, if allowed, find out and enjoy home comforts. Once you have gained the trust of a feral cat, they are a friend for life.
If you are able to offer a home to feral cats (eg. in a smallholding, farm or stables) please click here , as we currently have a number of feral and semi-feral cats in our care who need a home .