Here are eight cats who are now waiting at RSPCA Northamptonshire's branch in Brixworth every day between 11pm and 2pm for someone to take them home.
Greetings from Mrs Waddles! An independent lady who was signed over by her owner. She is nine-years-old and looking for a quiet home where she can relax. Mrs W would probably prefer not to share her home with other cats or dogs.
Poor Eric. This eight-year-old has lost one eye and is partially-sighted in the other, and also has the disease FIV. Can you find a soft spot and give Eric a quiet indoor home?
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Presenting beautiful Cecelia, a 17-year-old affectionate cat who came to the cattery with her brother Cecil when their owner could no longer care for them.
Handsome Cecil has come into care along with his sister Cecelia. He is 17 and apart from being a little arthritic is in good health and adores fuss.
Ethan is a friendly, happy cat who loves fuss and attention. He was found collapsed and taken to a local vet in August. This 13-year-old gent needs daily medication and is looking for a quiet retirement home for his silver years.
Sally is happy to laze around the house on her own but also enjoys fuss and attention. She is 10-years-old, in good health and looking for a quiet home to build a relationship with her new family at her own pace.
The cattery say six-year-old Stollen is often overlooked by visitors because of his shyness, but he really comes into his own when given time. Come and meet Stollen any day of the week between 11am and 2pm.
Banoffee loves to talk and can be very chatty. She can often be found waiting at the front of her pen for visitors. She is eight-years-old, in good health and will sit in the laps of people she trusts.
The cattery at RSCPA Northamptonshire is now open every day between 11am and 2pm for visitors to meet needful moggies.
An RSPCA spokeswoman said: "It's one thing to look online at pets and to meet them in person, so come on down to the branch and see if you fall in love with any of our pets in need of a home."