As we are a Trap Neuter Release group we try to pass all our cats and kittens onto our local rescue organisations wherever possible. There are occasions either due to capacity or individual personalities of the cats that we are unable to do this. In these circumstances we have an adoption protocol.
Any potential adopters will be required to have a home check to ascertain their suitability. This enables you to ask questions and fully understand the responsibility of cat ownership. The homecheck is informal and suitability will largely depend on your requirements and the needs of our individual cats. We ask that in considering taking on a cat you allow for emergency costs in addition to daily ongoing upkeep. You may wish to consider pet insurance which will allow peace of mind for any sudden emergencies.
When welcoming your cat you will need:
Litter tray and litter, bed, bedding, bowls and a cat basket at the very least!
We can offer advice about integrating your cat to existing pets to ensure a happy household but you need to allow at least six weeks for your new arrival to settle. We would also insist that new cats are kept indoors for at least a month to acclimatise to their new surroundings.