Adopt a cat

*'Hands Free Homing' *(STARTING 14TH MAY 2020)- all adoptions are now solely based online whilst the centre is closed to the public*

We are now opening the website to new enquiries within the Kent area only. All potential adopters must first fill in an adoption questionnaire before you will be considered for any of the cats we have for adoption. If you would like an adoption questionnaire sent to you via email then please contact us: bredhurst@cats.org.uk . The questionnaire will give you an opportunity to let us know what kind of cat you are looking for so please make sure you give us as much information as possible to help you find the right cat. If you enquire through the webpage you will still need to fill in the questionnaire but the online enquiry does not ensure you will get to adopt that particular cat.

We understand most adopters are looking for kittens but we ask that all adopters please consider homing one of our adult cats. We have a limited number of kittens on site so if you are specifically looking to adopt one you may be waiting longer. We will contact any adopters we feel are suitable for the kittens once they are ready.

Our work load is massively increasing so we please ask that everybody bear with us and show understanding. This is new for us all and there is likely to be teething issues whilst we get used to our new way of working. The site has limited staff that are on split shifts and we are still providing the very best care for the cats and kittens we have on site which is our main priority.

Please keep in mind we foresee more adopters coming forward than we have cats ready for adoption but we will try our best to help everybody. It may be a case of waiting a while longer before a suitable cat becomes available. Any decision we make in regards to adoption is solely to put the cat’s best interests first and we reserve the right to make that decision based on the information we have.

The Centre is still remaining closed to the public.

Thank you for your continued support and understanding.

 

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