Kitten births are unavoidable when dealing with feral colonies, especially whilst a new colony is still in the process of being stabilised or when a feral lady manages to avoid the traps!

In cases like these volunteers at Harties Feral Cat Rescue will often bottle raise these kittens.

They are then adopted out; to deserving, strictly vetted and suitable homes. Thus also ending their breeding cycle and saving them from the harsh life of a free-roaming cat. 

All kittens are tested for FeLV and FIV, de-wormed, receive their first inoculation, micro-chipped and come with a sterilisation voucher or certificate (depending on their age).

Cats for Adoption


Age: Tween / Sex: Female

My foster mommy says I’m still only a tweeny and she loves me very much and knows I am going to make some lucky parentals very happy.

Marvel aka Alice

Age: ?? / Sex: Female

She came to us after she was run over by a car. Months of re-hab has seen her make a full recovery.

Marvel is most comfortable looking beautiful on a couch or chair!

She gets on well with other cats and is particularly fond of her current mate Pippa which is real love bug.


Age: Young Adult / Sex: Male

Jinx, soon to be homeless. His hooman is being forced to move and he is not welcome.

He loves the outdoors, was once feral until offered an outpouring of unconditional love. Now this blow.

We know there is a kind and compassionate hooman out there and our AMAZING supporters will find that home!


Age: 12 weeks / Sex: Female

This is Ping (she likes balls!)! Ping was trapped during a recent TNR by Ella Beamish.

It was very quickly established that this little girl was not feral and is now ready for her own forever family.

She proudly wears the badge of honour of her tribe.


Age: ?? / Sex: Male

Hello, I’m Odin.

Yes you have met me before, but then I was little and scrawny.

Now, I’m just gorgeous! I am a boy cat, in case you forgot and I think it’s time I settled in my forever home now.

I must warn you, there is only one of me, so in orderly fashion