Back to: [ Cats Needing Homes Search] Search by Shelter . . . City Cat Shelter, Brighton Felines 1st Paws & Claws Animal Rescue Service RSPCA – Bluebell Ridge Cat Rehoming Centre Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare Streetkatz Rescue Address: RSPCA Animal Shelter, London Rd, Patcham, Brighton, BN1 8ZH. Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 10.30am till 4.00pm. Telephone: 01273 554218 Email.
Our Adoption process: Check out our animals on Find a Pet; when you see one that you think is right for you, email us for a perfect match form. Please complete and return this to us. DOG Perfect Match Form or CAT Perfect Match Form; We look at all the completed forms sent to us.
Rspca cats for adoption brighton. RSPCA Animal Shelter, London Rd, Patcham, Brighton, BN1 8ZH. Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 10.30am till 4.00pm. Telephone: 01273 554218. Email: [email protected] NEUTERING Find out more about neutering your cat MICROCHIPPING Find out the benefits of microchipping your cat SUPPORT US Find out how you can support the shelter ADOPT A CAT RE-HOMED CATS SHOP PRODUCTS ADOPT A CAT Bates 0 out of 5 Lily Bush 0 out of 5 Little Cat & Ginge 0 out of […] Dogs Cats Rabbits Small Animals. Temporary changes to our adoption process due to Covid19. The health and safety of our staff, volunteers and members of the public is of utmost importance to us. We cannot adopt animals to homes where a member of the household is showing symptoms of or has a confirmed case of Covid-19, or has been identified as.
Step 2 Search. Use our search to check out the pets available. All animals have been health and behaviour assessed by the RSPCA. RSPCA. 60 Moor Lane. Carnaby. Bridlington. YO16 4UU To adopt a dog or bird. 01377 240325 To adopt a cat 07712459857 To adopt a rabbit or other small animal. 07850190397 General Enquiries. 07712478436 (This number is not to report animal cruelty – please ring the RSPCA helpline 03001234999 for this) Bridlington Charity Shop. 07856780438. Dozens of Siamese cats have arrived at an RSPCA centre in Surrey after they were found in cramped conditions in just one house. The RSPCA rescued 55 cats from a home in Croydon on February 20 and.
Since 2007 more than 2,300 Cats Have Found New Homes Through Cat Adoption UK. Now Let's Find Your Ideal Cat For Adoption! Use the form below to find cats for adoption by breed, by age (e.g. kittens for adoption or Persian cats for adoption, older cats for adoption), by location, by shelter or search by your ideal criteria such as cats for adoption suitable to live with other cats or cats for. At that time we had 40 cats in our care and the princely sum of £40! We did car boot sales and any other fundraising that would help. We paid for cat food and vet bills ourselves. Carla Lane opened our first charity shop in Brighton Road, which proved to be very successful and started us out on the path to where we are today. General enquiries about adopting from Brighton & District Branch can be made by email on [email protected] If you do not have access to the internent and/or email you may leave a message for our adoption volunteers on 01273 610306.
Eastbourne, East Sussex (20.7 Miles from Brighton) Mogli is an 8-9 year old cross breed who spent his whole life in shelter prior to coming to us. Both of his siblings have found their forever homes and now it’s his turn. The adoption fee for each animal will range from: £170 to £200 for a dog / £200 puppy (may be more in some cases) – this includes neutering, microchipping, at least the first vaccination, kennel cough vaccination, flea treatment, worming, check over by a vet, and four weeks insurance cover.; £90 for a cat / £100 kitten (may be more in some cases) – this includes neutering. Please visit the RSPCA to see all of the cats and kittens that we have available for adoption. All adult cats receive a behaviour assessment, and our staff will be able to offer advice on the particular cat that you have chosen. It is important to note any recommendations that staff make in regard to a particular cats' suitability to different.
Based in Portslade, Brighton, and covering East and West Sussex. Lost Cats Brighton aims to help people find their lost cats. They also take in stray cats, and rehome them after they have been health checked and microchipped. Lost Cats Brighton is a self-run organization. They never turn away a cat in need – no matter what the age. “See our updated adoption process or fostering process for more details.” The RSPCA says potential adopters and fosterers must live within one hour's drive of the location of the animal. We have only included the dogs and cats looking for homes that are listed as being under the RSPCA branches in Sussex. Let's find out a bit more about them … £60 each if re-homing two cats. Includes: Vet Health Check before re-homing. 4 weeks pet insurance. Microchip. Neutered. Up to date vaccinations. Up to date flea and worming treatment. On-going RSPCA after care and support
The RSPCA licence permits us to have a maximum of 112 dogs and 84 cats on site plus numerous other animals. We have a non-destruction policy, and aim to find suitable, caring and permanent homes for all the domestic animals brought into the Shelter. There are always dogs, cats, rabbits and other animals in need of good and loving homes. Please note that due to concerns around Coronavirus (COVID-19), our adoption process will be operating differently to our usual process. For more information, please click here. If you have any questions give us a call on 0303 040 1565 or send us an email at [email protected] Adopt an RSPCA animal Our animals are neutered, microchipped and vaccinated (where appropriate) before they are rehomed. If you can't find the pet you're looking for now, check back regularly to see if your perfect match has become available.
We have had to change our rehoming procedures as a result of COVID-19. If you see one of our animals that you’d like to adopt, please send us an application form to register your interest. Email us on [email protected] and we’ll send you a form. Found 5 Results Page 1 of 1