Please note we cannot guarantee that a particular animal will be suitable for every adopter. In the best interest of the animal we reserve the right to refuse if the circumstances are not ideal for that animal.
If you would like to adopt an animal from the local RSPCA you will need to have a Home Visit. Please contact us on 01723 369804 and leave a message giving your name, address and telephone number clearly so that we can return your call.
To adopt a Cat it costs £50 – includes vaccination, neutering and microchipping
This is just a selection of the cats that we have this month. We cannot guarantee that a particular cat will still be available for adoption, but we will still have a great selection. Sometimes we name the cats while they are with us in the cattery but you can change it when you adopt. If you are interested in a particular cat please quote the reference number rather than the name. Please call to arrange a home visit.
Updated 14/06/2013 15:30
(C76) Siamese Cross, female young adult
Her owner has died so we don’t know much about her. She is very thin (she was in the house on her own for up to 2 weeks). She is putting on weight & is a friendly little cat and will probably be better with an older family as she is very quiet.
She needs a dedicated owner because she has some sun damage to her ears & needs sun block to be applied when she goes out or needs to be kept as a house cat. This often happens to white cats. She will be best suited to a home with adults with no dogs. She had been a stray for 3 yrs before she came to us.
(C65) Black & White, male 4 years old “Gizmo”
We don’t know much about this little chap except that he is has been health checked and is ready to re-home.
(C48) Ginger & White, male middle aged
This poor cat was abandoned in the past and had to live outside for at least 3 years while a good citizen fed him. She has fallen ill and can no longer feed him which is why we have him. He is really friendly but a little shy and because he has spent most of his life outside he cannot be just an inside cat, he needs a garden. He has been checked and is in good health considering he has been on the road for a while. Please consider giving him a good home as he really deserves it. He had just been neutered when we took this photo so he was feeling sorry for himself, but he is doing really well now.
(C47) Ginger & White, male middle aged
He was brought in as a stray so we don’t know much about him. He doesn’t really get on with other cats and would probably like to be able to go outside in the garden.