The Siamese Cat Welfare Trust

Registered Charity 1072366

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Siamese cats looking for homes

If you are interested in giving a home to an adult Siamese cat,(we don't have kittens) please contact the numbers given on this page against the cats looking for a home or find the person who covers your area HERE. Before making contact please read the f ollowing notes. 

E mail enquiries re.adoption are just to establish first contact and no cat in our care is homed purely on this basis,and  further investigation will be required.The listings on this page are divided into 2 categories:-

1) SCCWT cats, for the cats we have in care where the contacts will always be our Welfare officers.
2) Owners,Clubs and organisations who want to use this page to assist with the rehoming of cats who are with them,either taking enquiries themselves or using us as the first contact when extra help is required .These have no connection with SCCWT
There is no charge to list cats .Please contact Brigid or Niki by phone or e mail to list on this page.


Our Contact details

Our contact numbers and times are as follows- for other organisations/ areas see the Contact  page

Mrs Niki Hill Tel:01473 830894 Not after 9pm please
Suffolk & Norfolk,Essex,East Anglia etc

Mrs Brigid Oakley Tel:020 8464 8857(late evening or leave a message anytime,usually returned in the evening)Urgent calls anytime within reason.Kent, London Surrey,Essex etc

Please don't send text messages to our landlines as it gives no return details to reply to you

Unless it is urgent or to do with taking a cat into care, calls to mobile phones may not be returned as we receive no financial help with our telephone bills so please provide a landline number if possible.

We are grateful for any donations to help with the high costs of caring for the cats that we have to take into care.Thank you

The SCWT is not responsible and cannot vouch for either the condition or description of any cat unless it is in the personal care of our Welfare Officers.We can only pass on details as they are given to us and it is up to the prospective owner to ensure everything is as it should be.In most cases we have not met the cats or owners listed here,except for those in our care. The SCWT does not accept cats for sale at any time.A donation is requested if we rehome a cat in our care,to cover any costs incurred(there is no set amount,as it depends on individual cats but the average donation we receive is £100 ) and it is advisable to check with other advertisers regarding their policies.Direct homings from owners can expect to make a charitable donation. The SCWT reserves the right to turn down, without explanation, any application to rehome a cat in our care although an explanation is usually provided if we have to do so.


If you are interested in giving one of our adult cats a home please contact the Welfare Officer listed against the cat details. Please don't call after 9pm unless it is urgent-in that case call 020 8464 8857 for help/advice. Unless it is urgent or to do with taking a cat into care, calls to mobile phones may not be returned ,as we receive no financial help with our telephone bills so please provide a landline number if possible.All our cats will be neutered,vaccinated and microchipped as necessary prior to homing.
Please ensure you have read the top part of this page before contacting us about the cats and also carefully read the cat descriptions to make sure they are suitable for your circumstances


**Sunny & Skye. Is anyone able to offer an outside home to a healthy affectionate pair of Seal Point Siamese who are excellent mice hunters?  I am ideally looking for someone who has their own stables or outhouses which the cats could live in with a power socket for a heated bed which we provide.  Preferably not a public stables due to the amount of cars going in and out.  They would provide excellent company while you are outside but should not have free access to your home. They need a home which is based outdoors because we have not been able to break the habit of the female of pooing on hard surfaces, usually on tiled floors,  annoyingly in the cat house she uses the litter tray.  They would also dominate any other cats in the vicinity.  Contact Niki Hill on 01473 830894 Suffolk Trustee if you are interested in knowing more.


**A pair of nearly 4 year old Chocolate Point neutered boys.They are used to dogs but not children so would prefer an adult only home with safe access to outside. They are in SE London.Please contact Brigid Oakley(SCWT) on 020 8464 8857   24/05


**Billy and Simba are a pair of neutered Seal Point  males aged 7 and 11 years.They are used to a rural location where they can be out and about.They are in Paignton,Devon .Please contact Brigid Oakley(SCWT) on 020 8464 8857   19/05


Homes wanted page updated 28/05/20