Cat Currently Looking for Homes


Sox, big handsome 7 year old male cat, with impressive whiskers ! Sadly his owner died, so he is now with us in the Shelter

Jess , wee female 8 months old, nice confident wee cat who enjoys company

Phoebe is around 4 years old, completely deaf. Because of this we would rehome her as an indoor cat, with no access to outside to keep her safe. She is quite easily startled by sudden noises, and needs a home which has a quiet relaxed atmosphere .

Chia, is a pretty grey/ white female, who came into the Shelter with Martella. There is uncertainty about their age, but we estimate them to be between 8 and 10 years old. They were handed in because their owner was moving into rented accommodation. Nice natured cats.

Martella is a pretty tabby who came into the Shelter with Chia . They were handed in because their owner was moving into rented accommodation. There is uncertainty about their age, we think they are between 8 and 10 years old. LOvely cats.

Jasper is a ginger/ white boy 18 months old, nice friendly wee cat, but he is rather shy

Fluffy and Sasa are  4 years old, longhaired pretty dark tabby girl, and tabby boy.  They are  used to having access to outside. Fluffy is more confident than Sasa, but both lovely cats, just need a patient owner  to build up their confidence. We feel they are best suited to being rehomed together, as they seem inseperable.

Lulu is 3 years old, short haired tabby girl, she came into the Shelter with Beanie, because of a change in her owner's circumstances.

To see some of Fife Cat Shelter's recent activities, please download the New Winter 2014 News Letter.

Donations: Fife Cat Shelter is registered with Virgin Money Giving to make it easier for our supporters to make donations and to help raise vital funds to keep the shelter running. When adopting a cat, please consider paying your donation through this service as it allows us to automatically reclaim tax through the Inland Revenue Gift Aid scheme. 

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Please phone between 9.30am and 7pm - Messages can be left on the answer machine after 7pm and will be replied to the following day, or in a case of urgency, if possible, replied to the same evening.

Please note, cats handed into the Shelter as strays are kept for 10 days and then rehomed if there is no evidence of ownership e.g. collar with name tag, or microchip, or if we are not contacted within that time by an owner. Because of the volume of requests to take in cats, we cannot keep cats for a longer time before finding new homes for them.

If owners wish us to take in their cat(s) for rehoming, there is a minimum donation fee of £10 which goes towards a veterinary check up and feeding the cat(s)

If you wish to offer a cat a home, please read the following:

There is a donation charge for neutered adult cats of £70  and the donation for a kitten is £60  - but please read further on the Kitten page

Please consider carefully before offering a cat/kitten a home, as veterinary costs can be high. For example, it costs approximately £75 to neuter a cat and any kitten homed by us must be neutered by its new owner at the appropriate time. Vaccinations, initially done at 9 then 12 weeks cost approx. £60 , and there is a booster then due every year of approx. half the first cost. It is therefore advisable to take out pet insurance. 

Unfortunately we cannot accept cats for re-homing which have serious health problems, as they are virtually impossible to re-home.

Stray and Lost / Missing Cats

Fife Cat Shelter recommends that you have your cat micro-chipped in case he/she goes missing.

Please read our Policy for Stray and Unidentified Cats.


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Many of our cats are boarded at Causeway Cottage Cattery, Scotlandwell (KY13 9JQ) - we would recommend this Cattery to anyone, it offers the highest standard of cat care.

However if you wish to see the cats at Causeway Cattery you must phone Rhona 01383 830286, and not the cattery directly.

Rhona will then arrange for you to visit the cats.