We have volunteers and fosterers throughout the East Anglian region.
With regards to the adoption process, we categorise any cat that is 1 year old or older as a "cat", whereas "kittens" are under 1 year old at the time of adoption.
Our adoption fee is £150 for a neutered cat and £200 for kittens: kittens come with their first vaccination. We take £50 of the fee and hold it as deposit against their neutering as it is vital that they are neutered before they are 6 months of age. We can pay this fee to a vet of your choice where you will be expected to pay the difference, or take to our vets at Linkswood or Catley Cross where there will be no extra to pay.
All of our cats have a vet health check and are neutered, microchipped, de-wormed and de-fleaed before the adoption process begins.
It is a good idea to not let your cats meet immediately. Cats are sociable and will usually take to new ones, but are wary and like to do it at their own pace. If a cat is hissing or growling at another it does not mean that they will never get on. Most of this noise is dialogue, and tells the cat it would rather have some more space if possible
Start your new cat off in a room of its own and after a few days allow the cats to see each other but not meet by putting up a barrier. A net or babygate across the door is a simple solution and it allows the cats to see and smell each other without meeting, which usually gives them confidence.
For more advice, please see our page "Introducing your cat to others".
Absolutely! We would provide all food, litter and vet bills etc for the time the cat or kitten is with you.
You will need to have at least one room that is completely secure where the cat can have its own space.
Please call Ally on 07919 956371 if you would like to discuss Fostering.
We would love to hear from you if you would like to volunteer in any way. We have a small centre in Gosfield where you are welcome, but there is also a ton of things that can be done remotely.
We can usually find something you would love to do including.
- Making things – knitting, craft etc.
- Cleaning, feeding etc.
- Cat cuddling
- Cat socialising
- Social Media
- Car Boot sales
- Online sales
- Hosting events
- Lost Cat posters
- Mail Drop, leafleting etc.