Southall Cattery
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HOW TO ADOPT

Adoption procedure

We welcome visitors to the centre between 11am and 4.30pm every day except wednesdays when we are closed all day. On arrival please report to reception to register for viewing.

All cats available for rehoming will have details on the pen. Members of staff will be in the cattery to assist you. Please spend as long as you need. 

Once you have found an animal that you consider to be a good match please let a cattery staff member know, who will make a reservation for you and will inform reception.

 

Reservations

If you live in a rented property or one owned (or part owned) by a housing association we will need to see written permission that you are allowed to keep animals before or at time of your home visit.

If you decide you would like to proceed with the adoption then we will place a reserve on the animal and a homevisit will be arranged. 

We will require every member of the household to meet the animal before they go home.

Homevisits

When you have a  reserve on an animal your details will be passed to our homevisiting team who will allocate your visit to a local trained volunteer. You will be contacted by telephone to arrange a convenient time to visit. The homevisitor’s role is to ensure that your facilities are suitable for the animal you have chosen. They can offer advice on the financial aspects and long term commitment needed when offering a home to a rescue animal.

Your homevisitor will need to see vaccination certificates for any animals you currently own.

Homevisits are normally carried out within 7-10 days. Applicants must be ready to adopt the animal as soon as we receive clearance from the home visiting team

 

ADOPTION FEES: £75 per adult cat

                     : £85 per kitten unde 6 months

 

All cats have had their 1st vaccination against Flu and Enteritis, they are all up to date with flea and worming treatment, are microchipped and neutered, blood tested for FIV/FELV, and come with 6 weeks FREE pet insurance.

Kittens have had their 1st vaccinations againt Flu and Enteritis, up to date with flea and worming treatment, will be asked to return at a later date to the centre for neutering and microchipping ( FIV/FELV blood test optional at time of neutering £15 ) and come with 6 weeks FREE pet insurance.

 

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