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If you are interested in adoption, in the first instance please complete our Adoption Enquiry Form. One of our volunteers will contact you when they can to arrange a telephone assessment at a mutually convenient time.

This is subject to continuing review.
These changes are due to huge (and overwhelming) response to people wanting to adopt and due to all the extra safety measures the process of adoption is taking much longer. PLEASE be patient with us, we are working as hard as we can.

Please see our update for details.

 

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We have lots of adult cats and kittens ready for adoption. Come and meet your purrfect match!

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News & Updates

Feline Fit Update 2nd Oct, 2020 Posted in: Appeals - Feline Fit Update A day later than planned (due to a medical emergency) I want to update you about Our Feline Fit Step into Summer… read more
Purrfect Pound is Back! 2nd Oct, 2020 Posted in: Appeals, News - Purrfect Pound is Back! Slightly later than planned due to a personal medical emergency.During the early months of the pandemic we decided to take a… read more
Washington Update 24th Sep, 2020 Posted in: News - Washington Update It's just been 48 hours since Washington arrived with us following a considerable amount of time surviving on the streets. As you can… read more

News & Updates

Feline Fit Update 2nd Oct, 2020 Posted in: Appeals - Feline Fit Update A day later than planned (due to a medical emergency) I want to update you about Our Feline Fit Step into Summer… read more
Purrfect Pound is Back! 2nd Oct, 2020 Posted in: Appeals, News - Purrfect Pound is Back! Slightly later than planned due to a personal medical emergency.During the early months of the pandemic we decided to take a… read more
Washington Update 24th Sep, 2020 Posted in: News - Washington Update It's just been 48 hours since Washington arrived with us following a considerable amount of time surviving on the streets. As you can… read more

Fact Sheets

COVID-19 and Your Pets - ⚠️COVID-19 AND YOUR PETS ⚠️ Today I have had a lot of calls asking if humans can pass COVID 19 to their pets…. or if… read more
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) Precautions - CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) Precautions Considering recent events regarding the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), BCWR team would like to take the time out to assure our guests… read more
Valentine’s Day Flower Risk - Valentine's Day Flower Risk Valentine’s Day is meant to be one of the most romantic of the year, when lovers shower their partners with affection… read more
Don’t have a CAT-astrophic Christmas! - Don't have a CAT-astrophic Christmas! There are so many toxins and poisons around that are tasty, pretty and lovely at Christmas but could be FATAL… read more
Two Kittens Are Better Than One! - Two Kittens Are Better Than One One of the most important ways we can support the behavioral and emotional development of a kitten or a… read more
We Will Remember Them. - We Will Remember Them. Remembrance Day 2019. Remembering those animals who gave their all alongside humans during wars past and present. This weekend, we remember… read more
Halloween Safety - Halloween Safety Keep Sweets and Chocolate Away from Pets. With bowls of sweets dotted about, and packets of sweets left strewn around, it is very… read more
Children and Bereavement - Children and Bereavement A child’s first experience of bereavement – whether they are dealing with the loss of a parent, grandparent or even a beloved… read more
Cerebellar Hypoplasia - Cerebellar Hypoplasia Feline cerebellar hypoplasia is a non-progressive, non-contagious neurological condition that results in walking and balance problems.A kitten is born with “CH” when her/his… read more
Introducing your new cat to other cats - Introducing your new cat to other cats It does not have to be difficult to introduce another cat to your resident cat. The best technique… read more

Fact Sheets

COVID-19 and Your Pets - ⚠️COVID-19 AND YOUR PETS ⚠️ Today I have had a lot of calls asking if humans can pass COVID 19 to their pets…. or if… read more
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) Precautions - CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) Precautions Considering recent events regarding the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), BCWR team would like to take the time out to assure our guests… read more
Valentine’s Day Flower Risk - Valentine's Day Flower Risk Valentine’s Day is meant to be one of the most romantic of the year, when lovers shower their partners with affection… read more
Don’t have a CAT-astrophic Christmas! - Don't have a CAT-astrophic Christmas! There are so many toxins and poisons around that are tasty, pretty and lovely at Christmas but could be FATAL… read more
Two Kittens Are Better Than One! - Two Kittens Are Better Than One One of the most important ways we can support the behavioral and emotional development of a kitten or a… read more
We Will Remember Them. - We Will Remember Them. Remembrance Day 2019. Remembering those animals who gave their all alongside humans during wars past and present. This weekend, we remember… read more
Halloween Safety - Halloween Safety Keep Sweets and Chocolate Away from Pets. With bowls of sweets dotted about, and packets of sweets left strewn around, it is very… read more
Children and Bereavement - Children and Bereavement A child’s first experience of bereavement – whether they are dealing with the loss of a parent, grandparent or even a beloved… read more
Cerebellar Hypoplasia - Cerebellar Hypoplasia Feline cerebellar hypoplasia is a non-progressive, non-contagious neurological condition that results in walking and balance problems.A kitten is born with “CH” when her/his… read more
Introducing your new cat to other cats - Introducing your new cat to other cats It does not have to be difficult to introduce another cat to your resident cat. The best technique… read more
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