Domestic Short Hair
1 year old
She is vaccinated
She has been wormed
She has been de-flead
She has been neutered
She is ok around Children
We are not sure if she is ok with other cats
We are not sure if she is ok with dogs
This lovely girl has looked after her 4 kittens well, though probably only around a year old herself. She hasn't been treated very well in the past and has a patch on her back where fur isn't growing. We're not sure how this happened. However, she has come through the experience without it affecting her friendly personality. She loves strokes and fuss and adores her food. She's quite a gobbler to be truthful and you can hear her munching happily from some distance away. She would really appreciate a loving home where people will be kind and affectionate towards her. She will be spayed before going to her new home.
When adopting a cat we try to make sure that everything goes smoothly so we have devised a step by step guide of what to expect.
Fill in the form on this page (easiest option)
or e-mail the homing coordinator on email@example.com directly about the cat or kitten you’re interested in.
A home visit will be arranged. During the home visit, a representative from SCR will meet with you at your home to discuss the cat/kitten you’re interested in and the suitability of the cat to your home. Also, we discuss the basics of responsible cat ownership.
Following a successful home visit, the fosterer who has the cat or kitten that you are interested in will contact you to arrange a time to meet the cat/kitten.
Visit the cat! When you have met the cat/kitten and if you’re happy that this is the right cat for you and your family, you can adopt him/her right away! The fee for adoption is £90.00. Each cat and kitten in our care has had at least one veterinary check, flea treatment, and worming. Additionally, all cats over 5 months old are neutered before being re-homed. However, please note that this fee is a minimum donation. The true cost of feeding, caring for, veterinary treatment, spaying/neutering can be considerably more and we always welcome a further donation.
Take your kitty home! The fosterer will advise you when you pick up your cat/kitten of its routine, food, last date of flea and worm treatment, and any other pertinent information. They are always happy to speak to you regarding any concerns, advice, or even just to receive an update on how your new family member is getting on.
This may sound like a long process, but in reality the process can move quite quickly. Our main priority is to place the right cat or kitten in the right forever home.
Within 6 months of re-homing your cat/kitten, a representative of SCR will contact you again to arrange a second visit, when details of neutering, vaccination and micro-chipping can be confirmed – and to meet a happy cat/kitten and a happy family.