These purr-fect cats at the RSPCA Warrington branch are looking for their forever home. 

The RSPCA currently have two cats that need rehoming in their Warrington, Halton & St Helens Branch

If you think you could rehome one then go to their website for more details. 

You can also make a donation to the RSPCA to help it carry on its rescue work.


Warrington Guardian: Felix (Credit: RSPCA)Felix (Credit: RSPCA)

Breed: Domestic Shorthair crossbreed

Colour: Black and White

Age: 5 Years (approx)

Felix came to the RSPCA via an inspector.  she was in a sad state suffering from a bad skin/flea allergy. She is now ready for a new home and a second chance. 

She is an independent lady with some definite catitude. The RSPCA feel an adult-only home would suit her best or someone with experience of fiesty cats. She has lots of energy and loves to play with toys. 

You can find out more about Felix and how to be her new forever home here.


Warrington Guardian: Mickey (Credit: RSPCA)Mickey (Credit: RSPCA)

Breed: Domestic Shorthair crossbreed

Colour: White & Tabby

Age: 5 Years (approx)

Mickey is a very chatty boy who enjoys human company who enjoys human company. 

Mickey has a Grade 4 heart murmur so he would be safest as an indoor cat with some pet-proofed outside space.

Mickey would prefer a quieter home and an owner who has experience looking after cats. 

You can find out more about Mickey and how to be his forever home here.


RSPCA Warrington are looking for people who do not have any other dogs or cats to foster their animals.

If you would like to enquire about their fostering programme you can email