Many cats at the RSPCA (Leybourne) had been waiting for their forever homes for too long, so the shelter staff came up with a creative idea to help them get adopted.

Hermione and Lil Kim are looking for a home together
RSPCA Leybourne Animal Centre

In order to help shelter cats get their voice out and find them homes, RSPCA Leybourne Animal Centre (in West Malling, Kent) came up with an idea to illustrate the thoughts of their deserving shelter kitties.

They decorate the kitty pens with creative art pieces about the cats, their personalities and desirable homes.

“The staff have been busy doing the decorating in order to help show the cats off a bit more and give more information about them,” RSPCA Leybourne Animal Centre told Cat Concerns.

RSPCA Leybourne Animal Centre

Every kitty at the shelter is different.

3-year-old Friday has been there for a long period of time and can’t wait for a place to call his own.

RSPCA Leybourne Animal Centre

Lenny is a chatterbox and loves a good conversation.

“I love to chat, why not stop and talk to me!”

RSPCA Leybourne Animal Centre

is an affectionate panther kitty, looking for a loving home that adores an older cat.

“Fun Fact: Cats can live into their 20’s and I’m only 11 years young.”

RSPCA Leybourne Animal Centre

Kizzy is a bit shy and nervous at the shelter because she needs a loving home to thrive.

RSPCA Leybourne Animal Centre

This three legged kitty, Henry, is dreaming about a forever loving home!

RSPCA Leybourne Animal Centre


“Two of our longest staying cats have gone off to their homes, we wish them all the best of luck! We’ll miss you Lenny and Henry!”

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