Billy and Toby, brothers who are six months old, are “lively and full of mischief”.
Jackie from Homeless Cat Rescue Bedfordshire said: “They would like a nice new home together, with a garden.
“Because they were very thin when they came to us, they are a bit of a handful at meal times.”
Both of the cats have just been neutered.
Also looking for a home is Cookie, an eight-year-old female tortoiseshell female, who likes lots of attention and cuddles and would love a new owner to snuggle up with.
She is nervous when arriving in new surroundings, so she needs a home where she is the only pet and there are no young children. Cookie has always been a house cat so she needs an owner who is prepared for her to stay indoors.
Also in need of rehoming is Little Girlie, a pretty black and white cat with slightly fluffy fur.
She is about nine months old and was picked up as a stray, and despite the centre’s efforts no-one came forward to claim her.
Jackie said: “She has been spayed and is affectionate but does not like other cats, so she would need a home on her own.
“She loves to play but would be happier in a home without children.
Homeless Cat Rescue has lots of other felines in need of permanent or foster homes, visit www.homelesscatrescuebedfordshire.weebly.com or call 01582 529009 or 703179.