Adopt a Cat
These cats are still looking for their forever loving homes
Adopting One Helps Save Them All
Please do think carefully before you commit to adopting any pet. Having a pet means you will be responsible for the welfare and well-being of that animal by law. You will be responsible for any medical treatment, food, litter, bedding, and the necessary items to care for the animal’s needs (can you afford this?). Owning a pet is a lifelong commitment (what will happen if the animal gets a lifelong medical condition? Do I have the time for a pet?). Animals are not a toy that you can pass onto someone else just because you no longer like the look/personality of that animal or because the animal is no longer of a young age.
All our cats over the age of 4-6 months old are neutered/spayed, microchipped, de-flea’d, de-wormed, and vet checked before adoption.
All our kittens under the age of 4-6 months old are de-flea’d, de-wormed, and vet checked before adoption. If you adopt a kitten you are responsible for the neutering/spaying of the kitten at the suitable age of 4/6 months old.
Since 19th November 2016 all our cats and kittens adopted from our care come with 5 weeks insurance, provided by Agria Pet Insurance. The insurance will cover the adopted cat from any new illness or injury that may occur within the 5 weeks of adoption.
(More cats and kittens available soon)
(Cats over 18 months old)
All our cats aged over 4-6 months old are neutered and microchipped.
(10 week old to 12 month old kittens)
If you would like to adopt a kitten under the age of 4-6 months old you will be responsible for the neutering and microchipping of the kitten once the kitten is old enough.
Make a difference and adopt a older cat
Cats over the age of 6 years old are often overlooked due to their age but cats are known to live up to 23 years old.
Sadly we do have cats in our care who are over the age of 6 who are often overlooked due their age and colour, yet all they want is a warm lap to sit on and someone to play with.
If these cats aren’t adopted they go on to live out the rest of their lives in a rescue.