Adopting a Cat!

 Please remember that pet ownership takes time, money, commitment and patience.
 If you find an animal to which you want to offer a home, we will need to ensure the animal is suitable for your circumstances. This process will include a home visit. We will provide advice on how to care for your new kitten or cat. All our animals are given flea & worm treatment, neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped before adoption.
If your cat is too young to be neutered you will be given a voucher to get him/her done when they are old enough.

If you do live in rented accommodation, please try and get the written permission before coming to the Centre. This will make the process a lot quicker.  
All this for £40!
This hardly ever covers the cost of all treatments
so please consider a rescue cat!

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fishingsid74 said...

after adopting a young cat from Llys nini its been a pleasure having Vaughn from there and chatting to all the nice and very helpful staff it looks very likely that we will be rehoming another youbg cat soon,

Julie Beynon said...

I adopted two cats within a year, the first Zeus has turned out to be the most amazing, loving, gentle cat I've know, the second Milo was extremely nervous around people but will now allow me to stroke him, may not sound much to some people but for me and Milo it's an amazing achievement.