We have a huge number of kittens and cats in our foster care, for socialisation and paediatric neuter/spay, of which a selection is presented here.

We do not pre-book kittens; but a completed adoption application form is a great first step to having your adoption approved quickly once the kittens are ready to leave our foster care.

  • Seeking a home: Frankie & Holly
    Frankie and Holly are male and female kittens aged around 6 weeks. They were found, most likely dumped, in Parkmore Industrial Estate a couple of weeks ago. Both are social...
  • Seeking a home: Pebbles
    Pebbles wandered into a garden in Claregalway when about 3 or 4 months old, and no owner could be found. She had a skin infection, but after medical treatment all is now clear....
  • Seeking a home: Lottie
    Lottie is a tortie female kitten of 6-8 weeks, found on the Tuam motorway. As per photo she loves to be around people, and shoulder-sitting is her forte! Lottie is going to a...
  • Seeking a home: Charlotte
    Charlotte is a female kitten aged around 12 weeks. She is a very playful, energetic kitten who would suit a home with other pets and children. She was found on the side of a road...
  • Seeking a home: Harry & Ivan
    Harry and Ivan are eight-month-old siblings. These formerly feral kittens had a dreadful start in life through human cruelty, but are now healthy and happy and ready for their...
  • Seeking a home: Toby
    Toby, about 5-6 months of age, was found at the end of August in Inverin. He was treated for 5 weeks for a skin infection and had to have his fur shaved, but it is growing back...
  • Seeking a home: Teidí
    Teidí came to GCR care suffering from seizures. He was treated for this condition at the vets and this is continuing in his foster home. He has also been neutered. This guy is...
  • Seeking a home: Leia & Misty
    Leia & Misty are two spayed, black & white females of 16-18 weeks in foster together. They are fully health-checked, socialised and ready for their forever home. They...

Galway Cat Rescue

Galway Cat Rescue is an all-volunteer group of animal lovers. We are committed to helping homeless cats in Galway and dedicated to give every cat a chance to live a safe, healthy and happy life. We established Galway Cat Rescue in August 2010, because we were frustrated that not enough was being done to help feral cats in our neighbourhoods. Since then we have neutered more than 2,900 cats and have been successful in re-homing more than 1,300. We also care for numerous abandoned and injured cats and kittens.

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