We are looking for new volunteers to join us in helping cats and kittens in our area.


A Guide to our homing process

We’re keen to help as many cats as possible, both during the current crisis and beyond. Offering our cats a home will help to free up more space to take in emergency cases. We currently don't have any kittens for rehoming and we have to suspend the waiting list for the foreseeable.

We are now using the hybrid homing process:
 We are trying the hybrid route. Which is brilliant.  Means some aspects can return to like before. Other bits we can tweak to suit the branch and our customers.  But ALWAYS staying safe.
  • Hybrid homing
  • by appointment

We have put in extensive procedures to make sure that our homing process is in line with current government guidance, without putting adoptees or our volunteers at risk.

If you are interested in homing one of our cats please see the Adopt A Cat section for more information.

Adopt a Cat

Are you looking to adopt a new companion?
Visit our Adopt a Cat page to see who is available for re-homing and learn more about the Adoption Process.


Do you have a fundraiser in mind for Deeside Branch? Would you like to support us by taking part in fundraisers but are unsure how to start?
Take a look at our 
Fundraising page.


 Check out our News page to keep up to date with the Branch's going-ons.

The Scottish Wildcat

Deeside Branch covers the territory of known Scottish Wildcat locations.
Visit our page on the Scottish Wildcat to learn more.

When Frazer Met Billy

Our branch helped these two meet and become inseparable. Louise Booth has written a book on this incredible story.
Visit our page When Fraser Met Billy to learn more.

Lost and Found

 Have you lost a cat? Have you found a cat? Visit our Lost and Found page to see if you could help reunite a cat with it's owner.

Contact Us

 Visit our Contact Us page for contact information.