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Freddie's Felines

Help our rescue cats in Birmingham find a forever home

Cats Available for Adoption

Meet Our Rescue Cats Looking for Forever Homes. Call us and you could adopt a new furry feline friend into your family

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Tommy is about 4 years old, is black and white and neutered. He has come into the rescue because of personal reasons at his home so is looking for a new home. He is nervous until he gets to know you but he is very gentle. If you can offer him a home, please call Pauline on 07960 409310 to make an appointment to meet him.

Posted 2 weeks ago
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Cowboy was handed into a vets as a stray, he is about 5 years old, black and white and is now neutered. He has the tip of his ear missing as originally the vet thought that he was a feral cat and that is the sign to other vets that he has been seen by a vet. He is now ready to find a new home and if you are able to offer him a home, please call Pauline on 07960 409301 to make an appointment to meet him.

Posted 2 weeks ago
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Sister kittens

These two kittens are sisters who are about 12 weeks old and are ready to find their forever home which must be together. If you can offer them a new home, please call Pauline on 07960 409310 to arrange an appointment to meet them.

Posted 4 weeks ago
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Molly who is black and white, about a year old, spayed, microchipped and she came into the rescue because of a situation with the owner's Autistic son. She is a growler but nice with it and she doesn’t follow up. If you can offer her a new home, please give Pauline a call to arrange an appointment to come and meet Molly.

Posted 1 month ago
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Dexter who is white and tabby came in as a stray, he is approximately 4 years old, and is lovely natured. He has now been neutered so is ready to find a new home, if you can offer him a home, please call Pauline on 07960 409310 to make an appointment to meet him.

Posted 1 month ago
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Ruby is 7+ years in age and she was a stray and is still quite nervous, so she would suit someone who has time and patience to spend time with her to gain her trust. She is spayed so is looking for a quiet home and she would need to be an indoor only cat. If you can offer her a new home, please call Pauline on 07960 409310 to arrange an appointment to come and meet her.

Posted 1 month ago
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Dexter is MISSING

Dexter was rehomed but got out after being in his new home for a few days in Old Chappel Road, Smethwick, he is a very friendly cat, he is 6 years old, has no teeth and is microchipped. There has been a possible siting of him at a school in Smethwick so we think that he may still be in the area, if you see him, please contact Pauline at Freddie's Felines, if you could get a photo that would be great. Thank you.

Posted 1 year ago
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Kiria is nearly 18 months old, and was born at the rescue so has never had a home. She is a sweet and affectionate girl but always gets overlooked. Kiria gets on well with all the other cats at the rescue so she wouldn't mind if there was already a cat or cats living at her new home. She is quite nervous so wouldn't be able to cope with noisy children and needs to be an indoor cat. If you think that she would fit into your home, please call Pauline on 07960 409310 to make an appointment to meet her.

Posted 1 year ago
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Josie and Jasmine

Josie and Jasmine are sisters and need to be homed together, they are nearly two years old and have been at the rescue for sometime but they keep getting overlooked. They need to be indoor cats as they are both nervous and wary of people but once they get to know you they are both very loving. Their new owner will need to have a bit of experience in owning a cat and have patience in gaining their trust whilst they settle into a new home. They would suit a retired person or someone who works from home. If you are that someone and can offer them a home, please call Pauline on 07960 409310 to find out more and to arrange an appointment to meet them.

Posted 1 year ago

How you can help

At Freddie’s Felines, every helping hand makes a difference in the lives of our rescue cats.

There are numerous ways you can contribute to our mission of providing a safe and loving environment for cats in need. Whether you choose to adopt, donate, volunteer, or even spread the word about our work, your support is invaluable.

Below, you’ll find more detailed information on how you can get involved. Remember, every act of kindness, no matter how small, can lead to a big change in a cat’s life.

  • There are always a lot of mouths to feed here and any donation, even just a can of food per week, could make a huge difference and help us keep bellies full.

    Our cats are not fussy eaters so any make and variety, wet or dry they will eat.  They also like tinned tuna, sardines, mackerel and pilchards as a treat.  Fresh chickens are also on the menu and these are cooked every day for them.

    Does your cat not eat all the flavours in that box of food you buy? If this happens to you, please donate the unwanted flavours to Freddie’s Felines who have many mouths to feed and who are not fussy eaters. Any food can be dropped off at 30 Quinton Road West, Quinton, Birmingham B32 2QD.


  • Barnaby was dumped on Freddie’s Felines doorstep in a box.  He is quite an elderly un-neutered cat about 9-10 years of age, he was terrified when he was found in the box, but he is doing well now.

    He has a few health problems which the vet is now treating, he has a skin allergy caused by lice and his feet are very infected and he has a toe missing.  He has been totally neglected and has probably never seen a vet and he must have been in a lot of pain.

    He is now in the right place and will get the vet care that he needs and all the love from the volunteers who are looking after him.

    More updates to follow.

  • If you would like to make a donation to Freddie’s Felines our bank details are:

    Account Name – Freddies Felines

    Account Number – 66421594

    Sort Code – 60-15-26

    or you can donate to our Paypal account:

    Thank you in advance, however small or large the donation it will help the rescue enormously.

  • All cats over 20 weeks need to be microchipped by 10 June 2024 or you risk being fined £500 under the new Government law issued last year.

    Pauline is a trained implanter and will microchip your cat for £15.00, this includes the cost of the chip, implanting the chip and registration.

    The £15.00 will go towards our vet bill and will help us neuter more cats at the rescue.

    Please call 07960 409310 to book your appointment.

  • We are selling pocket hugs to help raise much needed funds to help with vet bills and to buy food for the cats and kittens living at the rescue.

    They are £1 each and you can purchase through our Shpock page:


  • Freddie’s Felines are looking for volunteers, so if you have two hours to spare one morning a week, why don’t you become one of our volunteers? We are looking for volunteers to join our small team of volunteers who help us at the rescue some do one morning a week, others do a couple of mornings, but some do more. You would need to clean the pens out, feed and water the cats and give the cats lots of love and fuss. If you think that you would like to become a volunteer, please call Pauline on 07960 409310 to find out more.


    We are also looking for volunteers to help out at events such as craft fayres, table top sales, car boots etc that we attend locally to help raise funds for the rescue.  This would be at weekends from a couple of hours or it could be a full day, maybe once or twice a month.  Own car would be needed as it will include travelling to the event, transporting the items to sell, setting up and selling.  If you think you could help with this please call Anita on 07807 236424.


  • Freddie’s Felines are asking for donations for their Bottle Tombola that will be held at some of their events. You can donate anything that is in a bottle, beer, wine, shampoo, shower gel, cooking oil etc. Donations can be dropped off at 30 Quinton Road West, Quinton, Birmingham B32 2QD. Thank you in advance for anything that you can give.

  • We  have an Amazon Wish List:

    Alternative on-line shops to buy cat food from are Zooplus, Bitiba and Viovet who all have competitive prices and special offers, see their links below:

    Cat Shop: Cat Food & Cat Accessories at

    Cat Food in stock at discounted prices in our online shop at!

    Cat Food, Cat Health Products, Cat Accessories and all Kitten Care at Amazing Value from VioVet

    Freddie’s Felines has built  their own much cheaper Wish List to help the cats at the rescue to live a comfortable life while they wait for their forever home.  We at Freddie’s Felines know how hard it is to survive at this current time but if you could please add just one item a week into your trolley and collect them in a bag or box ready for donation to Freddie’s it will be a big help in their survival

    Any donations can be dropped at 30 Quinton Road West, Quinton, Birmingham B32 2QD or will collect locally if you are unable to deliver, just call 07960 409310 to arrange a date and time

    • Tiger Cat Food from Asda (own brand), any variety, tin, tray or sachet, they will eat it all
    • Classic Cat Can, meat 6 x 400g is £4.30 at Sainsbury’s, also sold at Pets at Home, Iceland, Home Bargains and on line shops
    • Vitacat Cat Food from Aldi (own brand), any variety in a tin, tray or sachet
    • Coshida Cat Food from Lidl (own brand), any variety in a tin, tray or sachet
    • Cat Biscuits any variety, brands eg One Purina, Smilla, Whiskas, Burgess, IAMS
    • Pawsome Pockets (Aldi), Snack Pockets (Sainsburys) cat treats or any other Supermarket own brand are an alternative to Dreamies and are much cheaper
    • Puppy Training Pads any brand, can be brought from shops like Home Bargains, Sainsbury, Asda, Pets at Home  or can be purchased on line
    • Cat Litter, any brand, the rescue uses cat litter for their resident disabled cats
    • Tinned fish, sardines or pilchards in tomato sauce, tuna, mackerel, any supermarket value brand
    • Cat Milk, any brand
    • Washing Up Liquid, any brand
    • Washing Powder, any brand
    • Disinfectant concentrate or spray, anything floral, brands such as The Pink Stuff, Zoflora, Astonish, Fabulosa or any Supermarket own brand
    • Black Bin Bags
  • We sell on SHPOCK to help raise funds for vet bills and buy food.  Please go to our SHPOCK page where you will find a variety of items to buy, which are mostly new or nearly new and all are reasonably priced.

    If you are decluttering or you just have something that you no longer require please remember to donate to us so that we can re-sell to raise much needed funds.  Thank you

  • We use old donated newspapers for litter trays since it’s much more economical than commercial cat litter and the cats love to have something to shred after they’re finished on the toilet.

    Please consider upcycling your old newspapers by donating them to us so we can keep costs down.

    However, we still require donations of commercial cat litter as it is used for our resident disabled cats.


  • We’ve had great success in the past with people having a money jar to put their spare change in, car boot sales or holding cake sales at work. Whatever it is, all efforts to help us raise funds are appreciated and we would love to help share your generous acts on our social media.

  • Visit and follow us on our Facebook and Instagram pages:

  • Ian Hemming is a local artist from Birmingham, if you would like him to do a painting of your favourite pet please contact him, his details are below.  If you do contact him please mention that you saw it on Freddie’s Felines as he will make a donation from all commission’s he gets through us.  All paintings are also framed.  Some of his work is also shown below.

  • Used daily for keeping things clean and hygienic, we are always running low on supplies of washing-up liquid, bleach, disinfectant, washing powder, black bin bags, kitchen rolls, baby wipes and cleaning crème, ie Cif or the Pink Stuff.

    Any donations can be dropped off at 30 Quinton Road West, Quinton, Birmingham B32 2QD.

  • Saturday 29 June – Blue Cross Family Fun Day, Blue Cross Rehoming Centre, Wildmoor Lane, Catshill, Bromsgrove B61 0RJ

    Sunday 7 July – Picnic in the Park, Warley Woods, Smethwick B67 5ED, from 1-6 pm

    Sunday 14 July – Cuan Wildlife Rescue Open Day and Dog Show, Stretton Road, Much Wenlock, Shropshire TF13 6DD

    Saturday 20 July – Quinton Market, St Faith and St Laurence Church, at the junction of Baldwin Road and Croftdown Road B17 8RD from 11 am to 3 pm

    Sunday 18 August – Fun Dog Show and Craft Fayre, Arrow Valley Visitor Centre & Lake, Battens Drive, Redditch B98 0LJ

    Saturday 30 November – Hagley Road Retirement Village Christmas Fayre, 322-336 Hagley Road, Birmingham B17 8BH

We are looking for tombola prizes, if you have any unwanted gifts or anything in a bottle, alcohol or non-alcoholic that you can donate, please drop them at 30 Quinton Road West, B32 2QD. Thank you ❤️