When you adopt one of our cats, rest assured that it has been given the best possible care. It will have been examined by a veterinary surgeon, vaccinated, treated against fleas and worms, and neutered and micro chipped if it is old enough. Cats that come in as strays, or are ill and causing concern, are always blood tested.
Featured in these pages are some of the cats in our care. Please ring Stephanie, our Co-ordinator on 01692 535858 if you are interested in giving one of them a loving new home. (When ringing please quote the letters in the brackets) We have given a brief description of each cat featured but Stephanie will have more detailed information on all our cats and any other cat in care which is not featured but which might be suitable to your lifestyle. Arrangements can then be made for you to visit the cat in its foster home. This may be with Stephanie or with one of our other fosterers. As all our fosterers are volunteers we do not have “Opening Times” so arrangements to visit are made to suit both you and them.
Once you have decided that you would like to offer one of our cats a home, advise the fosterer of your interest, then contact Stephanie, who will arrange for a Home Visit which gives you the opportunity to ask questions relating to the cat and for us to offer advice to help the cat to settle in its new home.
When collecting your cat please make sure that you have a suitable cat box. The cat’s fosterer will be able to advise you of its dietary requirements and the type of cat litter it is used to. To avoid problems it is important to introduce changes gradually.
If you have any problems or need advice or information after you have taken your new cat home please call Stephanie on 01692 535858 for assistance.
Stephanie, our Co-ordinator deals with all enquiries relating to cats in care and can only be contacted direct by calling 01692 535858. If you wish to Adopt one of our cats please call her. If she is not available there is an answer phone and she will get back to you. If you do use the contact form it will take longer for her respond to your enquiry.