Affiliated to the GCCF

Established 1985

Welfare and Rescue

Cats currently needing new homes

Are you considering adopting a Maine Coon?

Often the cats that need a new home find themselves in this situation through no fault of their own. The reasons for re-homing are numerous and can vary from an allergy to cats within the household, emigrating to another country or breakdown of a marriage or partnership. Most of the cats looking for new homes have no known medical or behaviour problems, although occasionally they do  and you need to have a long chat with the current owner to gain a full understanding of any issues with the cats.


Many of the cats tend to be older – it is very rare to have a kitten that requires a new home. Some cats need to go to homes where there are no other animals or children. Others have no problem with this - it all depends on the individual cat. The website has all the current cats available and it will be updated weekly. You CANNOT sell your cat on this site, all cats go FREE of charge, although obviously we do accept donations as we often have to pay for veterinary bills on cats being rehomed.


If you need to rehome a maine coon, then you can contact me to have their details added to the website ( If you wish to rehome a maine coon, please check on this website. I do not keep a list of people offering a home so please do not contact me or please don't be offended if i don't reply, i have people contacting me daily.




Roshe is a 16 year old tabby Maine Coon and has been in my family since a kitten.

He is microchipped, neutered and vaccinated (I have the history). He loves to be groomed and stroked.

Roshe is used to having company and likes to sit with his family, he needs a home where people will be around most of the day, perhaps a retired person(s). Roshe was my parents cat and they were around the house most of the time. I am in the Greater Manchester area and perhaps someone not too far away would suit.


Roshe does like to go out into a garden, he does not venture far and has lived in quiet areas away from busy streets and was a house cat for many years.He loves being brushed and getting lots of attention.

He did grow up with another cat but has been used to being the only cat in the house for a while now. He is not used to dogs or young children.


Roshe will make lovely company for someone that can be around a good part of the day to give him attention.

If you can offer him a home then contact the rehoming coordinator Jacky Edwards at



7th May 2022


Starlight is a three-year-old purebred certified (governing council of the cat fancy) Maine Coon Female. She is microchipped, up to all her vaccinations, and neutered. She would be best in a child-free, aniamul-free, male-free home. She is an indoor cat who likes a quiet life.She is long-haired, but does not need very much grooming. She does an excellent job by herself and she doesn’t matt.

She is truly the sweetest cat and does not mind being bathed, her nails clipped or being carried. She is harness trained and car trained. But is it very important that she is placed in a home where there are no men and there will be no men in the future. I’m afraid she’s scared of them due to some past trauma and has occasionally attacked men. This can only be said about two men. But it is a big reason why we are rehoming her. My husband and her did not get along and we have to move to the United States at the end of the month on emergency notice due to work.

If you can offer this female a safe indoor home then please contact Adah at Please note there will be a rehoming fee due to the Maine Coon Cat Club