I am trying to find a temporary housing solution, for my three cats, and my preliminary searches have not found any organisations who cater for my situation. Can anyone recommend a suitable organisation, or offer any assistance please? Details of help requested Temporary housing for 3 cats, starting in early August. Preferably in the South East, as this is where I am concentrating my job-hunting, and will be aiming to find permanent accommodation. Cat information They are three sisters. All of whom have been spayed, micro-chipped, vaccinated, receive worming and Frontline, and have fully-up to date passports. They are fully house-trained, and used to living in a house (albeit with access to a garden). They have no behavioural issues though, if having to stay in the house for protracted periods (such as when convalescing from their spaying operations). Personal situation Presently I am living overseas, but, for various reasons, I have to permanently return to the UK. I am job hunting, but have not secured one yet. I have only minimal savings, which would not be enough to rent a place, even for a short time. So, until I get a job (or manage to claim housing assistance), I will have to couch-surf, with friends and family. None of whom have places where I can bring the cats. Background - the reason for the crisis I had originally secured a room with a friend, which was suitable for my cats to go too. However a family tragedy has required that his sister-in-law move in instead, whist providing care for a dying sibling. Meaning that, understandably, that has to be given priority. Hence why I suddenly find myself in this predicament, with nowhere for either myself or my cats. Background - my relationship with the cats A year and a half ago I had been feeding a feral cat who was badly malnourished. One year ago I suspected that she was pregnant and, during a thunder-storm, saw that she was soaked through and freezing. So I convinced her to come into my house, to dry her off. Previously the most she had tolerated was coming in for a minute, then fleeing. However I was able to dry her off and even wrap her in a couple of towels. And remain napping on my lap, with me sitting in my armchair. Come morning she gave birth to these kittens, in my lap! Who I have cared for ever since. However, if that is not enough, they since have saved my life, by waking me when there was a house fire! In the circumstances I was sleeping far too soundly to have woken by myself. Even then I was badly affected by smoke inhalation, so would not have lasted much longer. Sadly the feral cat does not get along with her daughters, and would endanger them if I brought her too. But she is capable of fending for herself, and I will leave food with neighbours to feed her, as long as that lasts. That is not an option for the three I am bringing with me though, as they are dependent on me. Finally they are absolutely vital, for me emotionally, as I suffer depression, and they are the best cure for it! As such I intend to do whatever I can to keep them safe, and am trying various options to keep us together. However I am making contingencies as they may not work out. So, if we are separated, I aim to reunite us as soon as possible! Any assistance or advice you can offer would be much appreciated.