1. SEARCH. The best place to start your search, and keep up to date with dogs that are available for rehoming, is on our on-line rehoming gallery. All Cats that are ready for rehoming have their own web profile.
  2. ASSESS. At this stage, our rehoming team may request additional information about your home, personal circumstances, so that we are better able to advise you on an animal that you have selected to match with. You will be assessed to see whether your situation is going to best meet a particular cat’s, and you or your family’s, needs. Our rehoming team will look into the behaviour and background (if available) of the cat that you are interested in, to see whether they may be a suitable match for you. Whilst our cats arrive as handovers and we have acquired as much history as possible often this is from a family members and not from the original carer and sadly cannot be guaranteed in any way. As a result, you must make the final decision as to whether a cat will be a suitable addition to your family. We will endeavour to guide you in deciding if your chosen cat may not be suitable to be rehomed with your family, taking into consideration observed behaviours in the cattery. A cat’s behaviour in a cattery may be very different to how it behaves in a home environment so please be prepared to give your rescue cat the time and patience it needs to settle in. Sometimes the first cat that you pick won’t be the most suitable, so please keep an open mind regarding matches