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Domestic Long Hair



Living with Dogs


Living with Children

Approx 10 years+


2-3 years



Living with Cats


Outdoor access required


Apply to adopt


Please ensure you have read the rehoming process below before you begin.

All our cats are chipped, spayed, neutered, vaccinated, and treated for worms and fleas prior to Adoption

It's all about me!

Hello everyone! I am the handsomest, friendliest, bestest cat in the world, even if I do say so myself!

I came to TAG as an injured stray, I wasn't microchipped or neutered and no one came to claim me. I have a couple of breaks in my tail and a big scar on my chin but otherwise I'm completely healed and am not bothered one bit by whatever trauma I went through.

I've now been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, treated for fleas and worms and also tested for FIV and FeLV (I'm all clear).

I love people and am very affectionate. It's been a while since I've been in a home so it might take a bit of getting used to again. I also can't quite believe that every meal isn't my last so my new humans will have to be patient with my food obsession.

I need outside access to my own garden so I can choose if I want to keep in touch with my inner lion, or just lounge on the sofa.


Rehoming process



Please fill in the application form. We read all applications and get in touch with those that look like a good match for a cat in our care.


Home check

If your application looks like a good match we will contact you to arrange a home visit - this is a mandatory part of adopting.


Meet and greet

Once the home visit is complete we will make an appointment for you to come to the sanctuary to meet suitable cats.


Adoption and post adoption support

We love to see updates about how our former residents are getting on and we offer rescue back up for the rest of the cat’s life.

We are a small team, so we rehome animals within Thanet and the surrounding areas, up to a one-hour drive from the sanctuary.

Ready to adopt?

Please ensure you have read the rehoming process above before you begin.

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