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Cat Quotations

“In ancient times cats were worshipped as gods; they have not forgotten this.”
Terry Pratchett

“There are few things in life more heartwarming than to be welcomed by a cat.”
Tay Hohoff

“You will always be lucky if you know how to make friends with strange cats.”

“You cannot look at a sleeping cat and feel tense.”
Jane Pauley


Hamilton's Cat Fund is a small independent charity based in the Dulwich area of South East London, which aims to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome stray and unwanted cats and kittens in the SE22, SE23 and SE24 areas. More information on how we help cats

The work of the charity is done by volunteers and is funded entirely by donations and fundraising activities. More information on how you can help

The Fund is named after Hamilton, a stray rescued in 2003, who was well loved and remembered, particularly because of the extra toes he had on all four feet. More information on Hamilton


June 2014 - Suki and Dash are 5 & 6 have come to us because their owner is emigrating and can be re-homed separately or together

June 2014 - Geni is lovely gentle tabby cat who needs a new home as her owner has recently been evicted

May 2014 - We have two black and kittens Ethel and Ernie that need re-homing. See details below.

May 2014 - We have re-homed a cat called Juno. We will publish details shortly.

March 2014 - We have a new cat to re-home, Misty, a dark tabby.

March 2014 - We are pleased to have found new homes for Lollipop and Ditto.

February 2014 - We have taken in a White and Black 3 year old male cat called Trevor who has been straying.

Featured Cats needing a new home

Black & White Kittens - Ethel and Ernie

Black and White kittens

The kittens belonged to a lady who had numerous stray cats which bred with one another.

She bought them into a vet surgery as she wanted them to be checked over.

All of the older cats in the household have subsequently been neutered.

Ethel and Ernie are fairly timid and have already been returned from a family who thought they were too scared to live there.

They are now 7 months and the vets would very much like to find them a home.

They are still timid but much more courageous than before and full of life. If you would like to give the kittens a new home, please contact us.