Adopt a cat
Please call us on 03453712738 or e mail us for more information about newly admitted cats not yet on our website.
Please consider adopting one of our mature moggies. Older cats have a lot of life to live and a lot of love to give. With modern veterinary medics the average life expectancy of a cat is 16/18 years so an 8 year old cat has many good years to come. Older cats make great companions and tend to live safer lives staying closer to home and they are less likely to wander.
Please call us on 0345 3712738 for information on newly admitted cats and kittens not yet on our website, or visit our Facebook page for updatesPlease think carefully before homing one of our cats. Modern veterinary care means it is not uncommon for a healthy cat to live for 14 years or more. If you have lost or found a cat please look at our 'Lost & Found' page.
You may fall in love with the external appearance of a cat but please remember the personality of a cat is as important as it's looks. All of our cats are:
- Health checked by a local vet
- Flea and worm treated
- Vaccinated against cat flu, enteritis and feline leukaemia
- Neutered (if appropriate)
- Homed with 4 weeks free insurance.
- Providing all of this care would cost a responsible cat owner more than £150 per cat
To view our cats please call us on 0345 3712738 or email using the contact form on this website. Our branch does not have formal opening hours but we are very flexible and are happy to arrange cat viewings at any mutually agreeable time.
Adoption fees and home visits - Click here to find out more
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 0345 3712738