Rehoming still limited
Rehoming - we are finding our way with this slowly as we cannot allow visits to the fosterers homes which we hope you understand so it will be a longer process to match appropriately. Please also note that we do not rehome any of our cats and kittens without neutering so you will not get a kitten from us younger than 12 weeks, the kittens are also fully vaccinated and microchipped. Adults are neutered, microchipped and had at least their first vaccinations..
We have cats and kittens in our care with their foster families who we will continue to support through these difficult times with food and litter being ordered and sent direct.
Should you wish to support us at this time as we cannot carry out any fundraising events we would be extremely grateful for any financial donations to help with the costs of the cats and kittens in our care see here on how to donate
Rehoming - we always have a variety of cats looking for homes,
some require access to the outdoors, some are indoor only.
All of our cats and kittens are health-checked by our vets they have at least their 1st vaccination they are neutered along with microchip, and up to date with flea and worm treatments,
We do ask for a minimum £80 donation for Adult cats and £100 for Kittens and we do carry out home visits.
We also advise that if kittens are to have access to the outdoors
that they are kept in for at least the first 9 months,
we know this can be difficult, but given how busy the roads etc are,
even when your not on a busy road it leads to a more homely cat.
We do not have a problem with our Kittens being kept as house-cats as long
as there are plenty of activities within their daily routine.
We do also re-home cats that have never been outdoors as indoor house cats.
Please be advised that we are all volunteers who work and have families.
We receive no funding, every penny that we raise is used for the cats and kittens in our care,
most cost us in excess of £150 before being available for a new home