Please see our new safety procedures in place for the adoption process as detailed on our Update for the COVID:19 Coronavirus pandemic.
Kittens are usually the first to be adopted however there are so many benefits to adopting an adult cat.
Adult cats are less destructive in the home (a cats personality is determined in the womb - fully evident when a cat reaches 9 to 12 months old). They are usually fully toilet trained and inappropriate elimination is very uncommon - kittens are like toddlers and often accidents occur. They are also fabulous companions (particularly for older people) See our Purr-fect Companions Scheme.
They are often the most loving as they have usually triumphed over adversity and recovered from dreadful injuries and circumstance.
All we ask is a minimum donation of:
£75 for a kitten
£45 for an adult
...and the promise that you will love and look after the cat providing the best care possible throughout the rest of the cats life.
We can accept both cash and card payments for the adoption donation.
Included in our adoption package:
flea and worm up to date
health check with one of our vets
5 weeks FREE insurance too
A new COVID:19 Coronavirus Safety Plan is in place for adoptions. The NEW approach to adoptions is:
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.
Please be aware that we are working under immense pressure and we will try to contact you within 5 – 7 days.
This is subject to continuing review. Please contact us and we will update you with our position regarding adoptions. These changes are due to the 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 READ our full UPDATE for more information.
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