Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked questions
Do you operate a waiting list for kittens?
We do not have a waiting list for kittens. We are all volunteers who work full time and our main priority is to home our cats and kittens that are looking right now. When the kittens you see on Facebook are ready to find their furrever homes they will be advertised on our available cats page.
Do you home with families and young children?
Rescue cats have all been through some kind of trauma, of varying degrees and can act unpredictably. Any cat will also not act themselves in a rescue environment so it can be difficult for us to place a cat with young children. However we do have cats surrendered to us from a busy family environment and we will write on a cats bio if they are child friendly.
How much is the donation to adopt a cat?
Our adoption donation amount is £250 and that includes flea and worm treatment, vaccinations, neutering, chip and 5 weeks free insurance. Every furry in our care has also had a full health check by our amazing vets.
Can we visit the shelter to see the cats?
Are the cats neutered?
Do you accept donations?
Do you rehome indoor cats?
Can you help me rehome my cat?
Yes, we can help with either a home to home adoption, this is where we would collect the cat from you and take them to the vets to get all healthchecks done as well as any outstanding routine treatments or if we have the room and it cannot wait we will bring them into the shelter first to get all vets visits done and then find a loving home for them.
Are you affiliated to Cat Protection?
No we are a small charity set up in memory of Monkey, one of my own cats that I lost. We are a totally independant rescue.