Foster Report:

My name is Gracie and I would love to be your new best friend and playmate. I am around four years old and have lived with my friend Janet for three years. However I would prefer to be an only cat as I like to be the centre of attention! I love to explore outdoors but also love to snuggle up indoors especially when its cold! I am a quirky little cat, quite small, and I was attacked a couple of years ago and had to have most of my beautiful tail amputated, which is a bit embarrassing, but people seem to find it cute! I like both wet and dry food. I have a playful side however have been known to ‘borrow’ items from neighbours and friends, including socks, soft toys and balls of wool!

Details of the Cat

Breed: Mix
Age: (age) 4 Years
Gender: (sex) Female
Size: Medium
Can live with dogs: Unknown
Can live with other cats: Yes
Can live with children: Yes
NEEDS to live with another cat: No
Health: No Issues
Neutered: Yes
Best Points: Quirky, confident character, playful

Current location

In Spain can travel to the UK once she has a home to go to


All our adoptions are subject to successful homechecks.

The adoption fee is £150.00 for transport plus a fee of £60.00 – £150.00 depending on the breed and age of the cat.  The fee is paid to Matzcats via bank transfer to the UK or Paypal and covers the cost of passport, microchip, vaccines and neutering (if over 6 months) also transport costs/taxes from Spain to the UK.   There is now a deposit for all homechecks of £25 which is deducted from the adoption fee.

If the homecheck fails the £25 will be reimbursed.

If application is withdraw after the homecheck this is non refundable.

All homechecks are now conducted virtually and will be undertaken via video call (using skype, zoom or equivalent).

We will need to meet ALL members of the family living at the address, including children.

Proof of ID and landlord permission is required

All our cats are transported in line with DEFRA regulations, meaning they are a minimum of 4 months old, have received their primary vaccinations and microchips as well as standard anti-parasitic treatments all animals require (at a minimum) and neutered if above 6 months old.