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Rehoming

Not every cat in our care is shown below so please still complete our contact form detailing your requirements.

We welcome enquiries from anyone who meets our criteria, so please read our rehoming policy in full before contacting us.

Families with young children will certainly be considered, as we believe children and animals should grow up together. If prospective new owners are out of the house for long-periods of the day, we encourage them to have two cats to keep each other company. 

Every cat we rehome will have had at least one vaccination, unless otherwise advised. 

 

Elderly cats will be given a full vet check, and dental if required before being rehomed.

PCLT would be extremely grateful of a financial donation of £130 per cat (or more, if you choose to), which covers vaccination, microchipping and neutering. Anything leftover will be put towards our ongoing running costs. For a kitten, the donation will cover its first vaccination. Further vaccinations are the responsibility of the adoptee.

If you can rehome ferals cats please CLICK HERE

Read our rehoming policy in full here (updated January 2023)

Read our post-adoption information here (updated January 2023)

If you need a cat carrier, bed, toys or anything else for your new (or existing) cat or kitten please see what we have available HERE!

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