Cats for Rehoming
- The rescue is open to the public for viewing between 11.00am - 3.30pm daily. You do not need to make an appointment, just report to reception on arrival.
- The fee for adopting a cat is £50.00. They are all vaccinated, microchipped, de-flead, wormed and neutered (if old enough).
- Below are the current cats available for rehoming:
This is Remmy (formerly Remix) 7 years
Remmy and Rozay were brought in together. Their previous owner was allergic and therefore could no longer keep them. Remmy is very timid at the moment and does not like being picked up. We feel with time and patience this will change as he loves being stroked once he has warmed to you. They are litter trained but are very much 'outdoor' cats who love their freedom. These two seem to fine living separately as we have now put them in separate pens. Rozay has since been rehomed.
This is Oscar - 7 Yrs
Oscar has returned to Danemere as a family member sadly had an allergic reaction to him. Oscar is a nice cat who will gladly come to you for some fuss. Oscar doesnt mind being picked up and is fine around children and other cats. He is used to having a cat flap to go in and out as he pleases so ideally he would suit a home where that option is available.
This is Lemon, Lime and Liquorice - Approximately 6 months old.
This is Nutmeg (tortie) and Treacle (black) - 7yrs & 8yrs
Nutmeg and Treacle have had to be rehomed as their owners' daughter was severely allergic. They are both rather timid, however Treacle is friendlier and enjoys a fuss. With time, we think they will both come out of their shells and make great pets. Unfortunately we do not know much more about Treacle and Nutmeg's history, but they have lived with children.
This is Amber - 3yrs
Amber was originally rehomed by us as a kitten in 2014. Sadly she has come back in for rehoming due to her owners' ill health. She always has been a quiet, timid cat who enjoys a fuss and sitting on your lap once she has established a bond with you. Amber has been a house cat for the last three years and has not lived with children or dogs.
This is Doug - 4yrs
Unfortunately Doug has come back in for rehoming. He did not get along with the family cat and the two could no longer tolerate eachother. Sadly this does happen, therefore we feel that Doug should be rehomed as an ONLY cat. Doug loves a fuss and would make a great companion but needs to be 'top dog' in his household.