Our Animal Rescue Officers have the most up-to-date information on the animals we have in our care, and they are best-placed to answer questions about a pet's suitability to your own home environment. They can provide guidance on whether an animal has already been reserved and may even know of other animals due into our rescue centre that are not yet being advertised!

Please note that all WADARS cats come to you neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. WADARS have also ensured your pet is treated for fleas and worms and has been given a thorough vet check. With this in mind we ask for a minimum adoption fee of £60 for our cats.

To adopt a Wadars animal call 01903 247111
Please do not email us about animal adoption as we can only process applications over the phone


Vera is a young adult domestic short-haired black and white cat female cat who was found straying in Arundel.

She came in with two young kittens and has had some TLC, so now she’s looking for a kind new owner.

We are unsure how Vera would react to dogs, cats or children, as we know nothing of her background.

If you’d like to offer this young lady a new start, please call us.


Avalon is a female cat of about 18 months of age, who came into Wadars as a stray having been found in a filing cabinet drawer inside a shed! She had clearly given birth to a litter in the filing cabinet and had two young kittens with her.

Avalon is shy but friendly, and will make a lovely companion for someone. As we don't really know anything about her background, we don't know how she will be around children or other animals.


Pickles is a pretty dark tortoiseshell girl who was signed over to Wadars when she was heavily pregnant.

She is friendly, but is slightly shy/worried by loud noises or sudden movements, so would probably benefit from being in a quiet, calm home.

Heather ** RESERVED **

Heather is about 2 years old and came into Wadars as a stray.

Given that she is a stray we don't know anything about her background and whether or not she likes other animals or children.

What we do know is that she is a very 'chatty' little girl who loves being stroked!


Rosie is a beautiful 18 year old girl who came into Wadars for rehoming because her owner moved into rented accommodation and was unable to take pets with her.

Rosie is very friendly and is fit and healthy. She needs to be in a home as soon as possible as she’s not happy in the cattery.

Rosie does need to be an 'only cat' as she likes all of the attention for herself!

Please do get in touch if you could offer Rosie a home to retire to.


Candy is a 5 year old female cat who was signed over to Wadars for rehoming because the young dogs in the family were making her life a bit of a misery.

She is fine with older children but doesn't like to be chased!


This gorgeous boy is Mojito. He is a 2 year old cat who came into Wadars for rehoming because he was living in a flat with no access to outside space and his owner tells us he was desperate to go out.

Mojito needs a home with someone who will keep him on a special diet as he suffers from a food intolerance, and will require medication from time to time to control this.

To find out about adopting Mojito calls us on 01903 247111.


Whilst every effort is made to keep the web-site up-to-date, not all the cats we have available are featured here.

For more information, please call:
01903 247111. Please do not email us about animal adoption as applications can only be processed over the phone.