Are you looking to adopt an adult cat or kitten? At Robin Hood Cat Rescue, we specialise in finding forever homes for adult cats and kittens. Our diverse selection of cats are eagerly awaiting a chance to be a part of your family. Explore our Adoption page which highlights some of the cats looking for homes.
Located in the Sherwood area of Nottingham, we operate as a small cat and kitten rescue organisation. While our base is in Sherwood, most of our cats thrive in home-based foster care throughout Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Our rescue is managed by Jo who coordinates a team of amazing volunteers based all over the city and county. Jo and the team work tirelessly to provide a safe and caring environment for these cats and kittens.
Whether you're a first-time cat parent or an experienced one, we offer expert advice on cat care, including guidance on food, toileting, and ensuring your cat's happiness. If you're concerned about stray cats in your area, we can also provide helpful tips on how to handle the situation.
1. Explore our Adoption page
3. Discuss your preferences with our team to find the perfect match
4. Fill in our straightforward Application Form (which will be sent to you)
At Robin Hood Cats Rescue, we believe in making the adoption process as smooth as possible. Adopt a cat in Nottingham today and experience the joy of welcoming a new furry friend into your home. MEOW from Robin Hood Cats Rescue – where every cat finds its arrow to a loving home!Adoption fees:
It does not include vaccinations as local vets do some really good deals and Health Club packages which make it a lot more cost effective for the new owner to choose a vaccination plan that suits them practically and financially.
Wherever possible our kitties are in people's own homes. Our team of foster carer's get to know the kitties so we can find the best possible family match for them.
A lot of our foster families are in the Sherwood area but there are a few in other areas too. We also have a central Kitty Kabin in the garden of a foster carer and when we need the extra space or if a cat needs time to get used to hoomans, they may be resident in the Kitty Kabin.
We partner with local vets to provide first aid, worming, flea treatments, neutering and microchipping for our kitties. Sometimes we need to raise funds for major operations or long term care for cats who may have kidney failure, thyroid issues or diabetes.
We are happy to accept donations of kitty food or money to help with the vet bills.
Kitty food drop off points:
Whether you're a first-time kitty parent or an experienced one, we offer advice &support on kitty matching and kitty care. This can include guidance on food, toileting, behaviours and anything which will maximise your kitty's happiness.
If you're concerned about injured, stray or lost cats in your area, we can also provide helpful tips on how to handle the situation.
Thanks for your interest in Robin Hood Cats Rescue. Just so you are aware we are a voluntary lead organization with no paid staff. We will aim to get in touch with you as soon we can but please be aware that we are all volunteers and often very busy!