Stray and Abandoned Cats
At the moment we’re getting calls and emails on a daily basis asking us to help with rehoming cats – we take as many as we can but, like all rescues, we’re snowed under.
All our foster homes are full and we have a long waiting list of cats to come in, with the average wait being about 3 months. We don’t cherry pick our cats – we will take them all but urgent cases do jump the queue – pregnant cats, nursing mums with kittens and litters of kittens come first.
If you have a stray cat – please get it to a vet and check it for a microchip – they won’t charge and you don’t need an appointment.
With any luck your stray has someone looking for it. If you’re happy to feed a stray for a while we will take it as soon as we can – they are high on our list of priorities.
It’s worth getting yourself on the waiting list of several local rescues as one may have a space before we do.
- Cats Protection
- Holly Hedge
- Ingleside (elderly cats only and not for rehoming)