Here at Llys Nini most of the animals have been rescued by RSPCA Inspectors for reasons such as neglect & poor treatment by their previous owner, owners who can no longer look after them or as strays. 

When they come in to us they are often nervous of strangers & it can take weeks, sometimes months, of looking after them to prepare them for a new life & a second chance.

Please take this into consideration when looking for a new pet as we never know what life has been like for them before coming in to Llys Nini. 

5 Kittens

Bobo - 
Bronte - RESERVED- 
Beano - 

Tabby / Tabby & White
5 gorgeous kittens looking for new homes


Smudge is currently in a foster home.
He is an adorable kitten that has not had the
best start in life, along with Sheldon. 
Smudge was terrified; he hissed and attacked everything.
He has been in a foster home for 5 weeks as of 2/11/16.
The progress he has made is amazing. 
He no longer hisses or swipes at people; he loves attention but is still wary of loud noises and fast movements.
He adores other cats, playing and his food.
I am sure that with the right owner Smudge will become a confident cat and will make you very happy. 

Children - Older
Cats - Yes
Dogs - Possibly

if you are interested in adopting Smudge


Savannah came into the Centre as a stray. 
She's a quiet cat and very loving. 

She can be rehomed with cats, dogs and children.

Liberty & Vetch

These two cats have been in the Centre since July 2016.

Liberty and Vetch came in to us as there were
allergies in the house. 
They are a lovely pair of cats with Liberty being the more outgoing of the two, while Vetch is slightly more timid.
They would make fab additions to their new home. 

Cats - Possibly
 Dogs & Children - Yes



Minstrel came in to us via an Inspector. 
He is a lovely quiet boy with a very sweet nature. 
He would make a great addition to a new home. 

Cats, Dogs and Children - Possibly


The handsome Hoolio came into the Centre from a multi-cat household, as the people could not cope. 
We have found him to be a lovely friendly cat that would suit most homes.

Cats, Dogs & Children - Possibly

Hoolio has been at the centre since July 2016


Nevarda came back in to the Centre due to ill health which was caused by stress.

She is a lovely quiet girl and is now ready to find a new stress-free home where she can spend her time relaxing. 

She could possibly live with dogs and slightly older children but wouldn't be suitable to live with other cats.


Ronnie came into our care as a stray she is a lovely friendly cat that would suit most homes.


Horatio came in via our Vets.
 He's a lovely sociable cat that would suit most homes.


Betty came into us as she was abandoned. She is a lovely cat but can be a little temperamental at times. She would suit homes with older children, and possibly cats and dogs, but as we have no background details on her.


Minnie came into the Centre as a stray; she is a little timid at present but with time will make a lovely friendly cat.


Mia came into our care as her owner could no longer look after her; she is a sweet little cat that could possibly live with dogs, cats and children.


Opal came in to us from an Inspector. 
He is a lovely boy with a super character. 
He would make a fab addition to a new home and could possibly live with other cats, dogs and children.

Snowball & Hopalong

Hopalong and Snowball came in to us via an Inspector.
They are both lovely friendly cats with Snowball being the quieter of the two. 
They would make fantastic additions to their new home.

Cats, Dogs & Children - Possibly


This lovely pair have been in the Centre since August 2016


Lola came in to us after being abandoned; she is a lovely friendly girl with a really sweet character. She would be a fab addition to her new home.

Cats, Dogs & Children - Possibly

Lola has been at the Centre since July 2016.


Tahiti came in to us as a stray; he is a lovely cat that
is quiet but he loves a bit of company.
He will make a great new addition to the family.

Cats, Dogs & Children - Possibly


Jewell came into our care as a stray; she is a lovely friendly cat but as she was a stray we have no backgrounds details on her.
She can possibly be rehomed with cats, dogs and children.


Simba came in to us from a multi-cat household. 
He is a lovely cat that is now on the lookout for a new permanent home.
 He could live with children and dogs.


Lucky came in to us from a multi-cat household. 
She is a lovely cat. 
She can possibly live with children and dogs.


Rambo came in to us from an Inspector. 
Rambo is a nice sociable guy that is looking for a nice quiet home to settle into. 

Cats, Dogs & Children - Possibly


James came in to us after he was abandoned. 
We have found him to be a lovely friendly boy. 
He has had a back injury which can be a little sore at times, so would be better suited to a quieter home as the only animal in the house. 
He will make a fab new addition to his new home.

Biscuit - RESERVED

Biscuit came into our care as a stray; she is a lovely friendly kitten that would suit most homes & could possibly live with cats, dogs and children.


Meet Bonnie! 
This super little kitten is looking for a new home. 
She has a lovely personality and would suit most homes.

Feral Cats

Occasionally Llys Nini needs to find adoptive homes for feral cats that have come into its care.
Unlike their domestic relatives, ferals are natural hunters with only two major needs: reliable shelter (e.g. barns or outhouses) and food.

Farms and small-holdings provide the ideal surroundings and hopefully ferals would assist with rodent control!

If you are interested and would be agreeable to being contacted when the need arises, please get in touch via 

Seeing Double.................

You will regularly see on our site pairs of cats who need to be re-homed together. You may also have noticed that, sometimes, they take longer to re-home and perhaps you have wondered why we just don't split them up. It is usually because the cats are very close to one another and due to this we feel that it would not be fair to separate them.


What are the benefits of having two cats together?

Basically they are company for one another and, if you are out at work, it is far easier to leave them together without having to worry about them so much as they amuse one another and play together, especially with kittens.

We realise that the cost of keeping two cats is higher and you are the only ones who can know whether you can meet that cost, so you would need to balance that against the joy of having two amazing cats.

At this time, we have a few cat pairs available for re-homing.

Some have been here for a while, and we believe they are very special and deserve a great home.

So if you think you are right for one of our pairs then please pay us a visit.

Adopting a Cat!

 Please remember that pet ownership takes time, money, commitment and patience.
 If you find an animal to which you want to offer a home, we will need to ensure the animal is suitable for your circumstances. This process will include a home visit. We will provide advice on how to care for your new kitten or cat. All our animals are given flea & worm treatment, neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped before adoption.
If your cat is too young to be neutered you will be given a voucher to get him/her done when they are old enough.

If you do live in rented accommodation, please try and get the written permission before coming to the Centre. This will make the process a lot quicker.  
All this for £40!
This hardly ever covers the cost of all treatments
so please consider a rescue cat!
Clare, Judith & Carole (Team Leader)
Swansea Bay Volunteer Awards
Adult Volunteer of the Year Award
Judith Griffiths
Judith is a dedicated volunteer at Llys Nini.
She has been volunteering since 2003, giving up 4 hours every single day and never asks for any expenses.
She is a great member of the team and at the Cattery we appreciate all her hard work and dedication!
This is our

There are always cats looking for new homes at
Llys Nini's Cattery.

This is Carole, the Cattery/Small Animal Team Leader,
feeding the Cats in our care ready for a busy day!

If you have any questions about any of our cats or the small animals at Llys Nini, then please come and see these ladies!

The girls on Christmas Day 2013

Valentine's Day 2015
St. David's Day

Cat & Small Animal Open Day

The Cat Photo Competition was a great success!

Our Great Supporters.................

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Stige Official Watches
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Thank You 
For your ongoing support for
Llys Nini Cats & Small Animals

Please Donate to this Great Cause!

This is an appeal for Rabbits and Ferrets at Llys Nini 
Animal Centre.
The money raised will help enrich their runs at the Centre by adding tunnels, toys, hutches, etc, so they can have some fun in a more natural environment whilst waiting to find their new homes!!

Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity and make sure Gift Aid is reclaimed on every eligible donation by a UK taxpayer. So it’s the most efficient way to donate. We raise more, whilst saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

So please dig deep and donate now.

Thank You!

Micro-chip your Cat!!!

Get your Cat Micro-Chipped
at Llys Nini Animal Centre!

Having your cats micro-chipped allows them to be tracked back to you if they ever strayed. Each microchip has a unique number which is stored on a national database. A scan of the chip reveals the owner's name and address from the database's records. It is a simple process - you bring your cat up to the Centre, no appointment needed, where we can chip them which normally costs £12.50.

If in the future you do change your contact details you would need to update them by contacting the micro-chipping database which you will be given details on.  

For more information on Micro-chipping please visit:
or contact the centre.
It's Worth It, Don't Lose Them!