Our Adoption Centre is currently closed for a rebuild until late 2022, but we are still helping and re-homing cats.
You can read more about it here:
Homing - We are now running a hands free homing process, the cats that are available for adoption can be seen on our adopt a cat page: www.cats.org.uk/axhayes/adopt-a-cat
Applications for cats must be received via the website.
Please note: all paperwork is completed via email and online and you will not be able to meet the cat before adoption. Rest assured we have lots of information, photos and videos of our cats on our website so you can chose the right cat for you. All applications for cats are dealt with on both a first come first serve and suitability basis and there will be secondary form to complete to ensure you are a good match for the cat. For more information on rehoming please visit: https://www.cats.org.uk/axhayes/adopt-a-cat/thinking-of-adopting
Cat intake - If you are needing to rehome your cat please call us on 01395 232377 to discuss this in more detail. We will add your details to our waiting list (if centre is full at time of call) and call you once we have a pen available.
We are now homing cats through our new Home to Home service - click here for more information
Donations - Food, toy, bedding etc. can all be donated to the centre using the donation bins provided at Pets @ Home stores, St David's vet hospital, Raddenstiles in Exmouth and Sainsbury's on Pinhoe Road. All donations big and small are greatly appreciated by the staff and cats at the centre.
Monetary donations can be made either over the phone by card, cheque in the post, via the top banner of this webpage or Donate here. You can also donate via our Amazon wishlist, easy fundraising, lottery and raffles etc. Please visit https://www.cats.org.uk/axhayes/support-us for more information.
Shop goods - You can purchase from our new Cats Protection cat care collection for home delivery here: https://www.catsprotectionshop.co.uk/acatalog/cat-care-collection.html
There are some normal activites we cannot currently facilitate such as:
Face to face advice - please call our centre phone line for advise as the centre is currently undergoing a major rebuild
Volunteers / Work Experience / Duke of Edinburgh
We are sorry for the inconvenience caused in these instances. We look forward to welcoming our volunteers and customers back to our brand new site when we reopen.
We still have some COVID safety measures in place. All of our safety measures are put in place to keep both you and our staff safe. The health of our staff is a high priorty to ensure they can continue to look after the cats in our care. We thank you for your patience during this time and for adhering to our safety measures.
Click here to check out our Blogspot for more details and videos of the cats in our care!