Adopt a cat

Couple sitting with catIf you’re thinking about offering a home to  Cats Protection Lanarkshire cats or kittens that’s great news!

One of our main objectives is to find good homes for all of the cats in our care. We want to make sure that the cat coming into your life is the right cat for you, your family, your lifestyle and your plans for the future.

We always carry out home visits for each cat or kitten to ensure that the right cat is going to the right home. Our fosterers are all highly trained and informed in the care of cats and kittens.

Within the branch we have a Welfare Officer who is responsible for ensuring that Cats Protection Minimum Vet Standards are being adhered to, and that all cats and kittens are being cared for according to the Cat Care Standards set out by our Veterinary Team at our National Cat Centre in Sussex.



Further information about rehoming a cat with Cats Protection Lanarkshire.  

Cats and kittens come into Lanarkshire Cats Protection care via the vet where they are.
  •  Tested to check for FIV and FELV 
  •  neutered if 5 months or over, if not already done
  •  vaccinated against cat flu ( feline herpesvirus and feline calicivirus), Feline   Parvovirus (feline infectious enteritis and feline panleucopenia), Feline leukaemia virus (FELV), Feline chlamydophilosis (Chlamidophila felis, chlamydia) and Feline Boretellosis.
  • Microchipped.
  • Wormed on a regular basis.

Any health concern is dealt with by a vet and no cat or kitten is re-homed without a vet saying that they are ready to be re-homed.

All of our cats and kittens are insured for the first 4 weeks with Pet Plan insurance.
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WILL ALWAYS DO A HOME VISIT BEFORE WE HOME ANY OF OUR CATS OR KITTENS.
 

Some of the cats in our care may not yet be on our website. If you are looking for a feline companion, please contact us on 01698 619 219