Adopt via our Direct Homing Scheme
Where we're not able to take in a cat that needs a new home, we try to help via our Direct Homing Scheme. This is referred to as a 'private adoption' as it is up to the potential adopter to liaise directly with the current carer to decide if the cat is suited to its possible new home. Equally, it is up to the current carer to decide whether the potential adopter will provide a good home, properly care for the cat, and keep the cat indoors in its new home for at least six weeks. The current carer continues to look after the cat until an adoption takes place.
We feature the cat on our website and give as much information as we can - but we make no claim to accurate knowledge of the cat, its health, vaccination status, whether it is neutered, micro-chipped, etc.
Cats featured will stay on the site until we hear/establish that they have been rehomed or other arrangements made. We will remove the contact details but leave on the 'success stories' to show how the 'direct scheme' achieves results. If we find the contact number is invalid or doesn't take messages, ie, no-one could get in touch, we will promptly remove the entry.
There are no adoption fees for this - the Direct Homing Scheme - but either party may want to make a donation to the branch which is much appreciated. We ask that the carer ensures they have the full name, address and contact details of the adopter so they can check whether all is going well post-adoption, and this also enables Cats Protection to offer the adopter 4-weeks Petplan insurance, a 'direct cat care leaflet' and a listing of local vets.
The availability of the cat/s currently featured is checked and validated regularly, but cats or kittens featured may or may not still be available as time elapses.
MOLLY needs to find a new home as a result of a house move!
For more information about her read what her carer, Kirsty, has to say below:
|"MOLLY is approximately 6 years old. She is a playful, loving and gentle cat who likes to snuggle. She also likes going outside. Molly has been neutered and microchipped but has not been vaccinated".
|If you think you could offer Molly a loving home and would like more information, or to arrange a viewing, please contact
Kirsty on 07516 719770
SNOW and PEBBLES (3.11.17)
Unfortunately their carers are no longer able to look after them due to ill health but would dearly love them to go to a caring home together..." as they are the very best of friends." Read more of what their owners say about them below:
|"SNOW has one black spot and is lovable. She is quieter than her sister Pebbles, and she's adult and child-friendly. She prefers it when the house is without loud noises like the vacuum and will hide away in the corner when the smoke alarm goes off or if the vacuum is on. She likes to relax a lot."
"PEBBLES, is more streetwise, adult and child-friendly too. She will tolerate anything, loves to explore both indoors and out, and enjoys playing - especially with the mop, string and visitors feet! She is playful around family and friends and very confident. Like Snow, she is loved by the family."
"Both cats have been spayed but not microchipped. They are around 2 years old, and were vaccinated around a year ago. Their general health is very good."
|If you think you could offer Snow and Pebbles a loving home, and would like more information,
or to arrange a viewing of these loveable 'best friends', please contact
Shireen on 07463 216202 or Maureen on 07456 459459