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Adopt a Cat or Kitten

It is important to us that both you and your adopted cat(s) are happy.

For this reason we have the following straight forward, but important adoption process:

  1. Please check you live in our Catchment Area at the bottom of this page.

  2. Please read and ensure you agree with our Cat Adoption Fee

  3. Please Call Us to discuss on  01243 641409  (Mon-Fri 9-4pm )
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All Cats and Kittens are:

  • Neutered / Spayed
  • Part or Fully Vaccinated
  • Microchipped
  • Health and Dental Checked
  • Up-to-date with Flea and Worm Prevention
  • Covered by a 4 week Pet Plan vet insurance from the date you adopt

Cats Available for Adoption

The following is a list of some of the cats available for adoption. This is just a selection of the animals we have at The Centre and sometimes we do run out of time to keep the site updated. Please follow the process above to ensure you are not disappointed.

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Morgan

Hello. My name is Morgan and I am a 4 year old handsome tabby male. I have been at The Centre since the 22nd December because my owner was no longer able to keep pets at their property. I'm not really very happy here and I can be a little shy and give you a hiss when I first meet you. It may take a bit of time for me to trust you, but I am starting to let my handlers stroke me and when they do I really enjoy it. I would like to find a calm home not with children but I am used to living with other cats.

 

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Ailey

Hi there, my name is Ailey and I arrived at The Centre originally in May 2017 as my owner was moving, I then found a new home but unfortunately was returned back here in January due to some health issues I was having. I kept being sick you see, I just couldn’t keep my food down and was losing weight. I saw the vet and it turns out that my lower stomach may be too small and so I can’t keep chunks of food down. The staff here put me onto Pate food mixed with a little water and I am doing fine on that, hardly any sickness these days and I have put on weight again. So now I am looking for a new home, when you first meet me I can be a little hissy and shy but I do not mean it, I just want lots of love and attention really and if you sit with me I will climb on your lap and lick you and rub all around you. Hopefully I will get chosen soon and finally get my forever home.

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Akiko and Izumi

Hello there! My name is Akiko, I’m the lovely black and white boy and this is my friend Izumi who is all black. We don’t mean to be rude, but we may hiss at you when you come into our pen – it’s not our intention, it’s just that we are a little nervous at the moment and are not yet used to all the noises of the centre. The staff here can stroke us, so it just takes us a little bit of time to build up some trust. If you feel that you have a quiet home and the patients to let us come out of our shells in our own time, then we’re the cats for you!

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Amythyst

Who is that stunning cat in the picture I hear you ask!! Well let me tell you... That beauty is me and my name is Amythyst and I am a 5 year old female who is back here at The Centre for the second time. I was here originally in 2013 and have just come back on the 10th May as my owner had to go into a care home and couldn't take me with her. I am a very lovely girl, I like to chat to you and follow you around for a fuss. The only thing I don't like in life is other cats!! I HATE THEM. I firmly believe that I should be the only cat in your life to receive all of the love to myself, I don't want to share you. So if you have a house with no other cats and lots of love to give, then I'm the girl for you.

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Arrow

Hi ya, my name is Arrow and I am a 4 year old male and I have been here at The Centre since the 28th April after I was found living as a stray and people noticed I had a leg injury and needed help. I have seen the vets now and been treated and I am good to go, now its time for me to find a forever home. Being a stray for quite a while I am very wary of people and I will hiss and swipe you, but the staff think with some love and time I will come around and accept that humans are not so bad after all. I'm looking for a nice calm quiet home with no children.

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Athos

Hello there everyone, My name is Athos and I am a stunning super friendly 9 year old ginger boy. I am back here for the second time, I was here originally back in December 2017 and have recently come back on the 2nd May after my new owner lost her job and couldn't afford to keep me anymore. I am the friendliest boy ever, the minute someone comes in to see me I'm straight over to say hello and all over them like a rash, I literally cannot get enough of a fuss!! I'm ready to go off to my new forever home and hope it happens soon so I can have love and cuddles on tap. I would be ok to live with other children and other cats.

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Aurnia and Eoin

Hello there, I'm Aurnia and I am a 4 year old long haired Torti female and this is my friend Eoin and he is the handsome long haired black boy who is 5 years old. We came over from Ireland with 14 other cats to The Centre after our owner was unable to look after us all anymore due to poor health. We are both very nervous cats and although we will let you stroke us we will grumble at you doing it and may give you a little hiss. We need a new home with an understanding owner who will be patient with us and be ok with the fact that it may take time for us to really trust you and settle in. But hopefully with a lot of love and affection we will both become friendly loving cats. If you have a calm quiet home with no children, then please do consider adopting us.

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Ayla

Hello, my name is Ayla and I am a very beautiful 10 year old little girl! I arrived here at the centre in March 2018 as my owner was moving to a house with no garden and they didn’t think it was fair on me as I love to go outside; I would like to find a quiet and relaxed home with no children and definitely no other cats as I really don’t like them and I get extremely grumpy when I see one. I am a sweet girl who likes attention but I am also very independent and I will let you know once I have had enough. I am a quiet girl and sometimes it takes me awhile to come out of my shell but I am very sweet and will make the perfect companion for the right owner.

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Azrael

Hello there!! My name is Azrael and I am a beautiful little black girl. I arrived here at the centre in March 2018 as I had been living outside my home and wouldnt come in as the other cat in my household was attacking me. I am a very nervous and shy girl and I’m finding life here a little stressful at the moment. I do hiss when you first come in to meet me because I’m very scared but I do calm down after a while if you sit and talk to me. At the moment I’m not keen on being touched but I’m sure with time I will settle down and begin to like the attention again. If you feel like you have the time and patience and a nice quiet home for me then please do consider adopting me.

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Biffy

Hi there, my name is Biffy and I am a 1 year old boy who is finding being here at The Centre very scary at the moment. I arrived here on the 27th April after I had been living as a stray. I am a very sad boy who is very wary of people and being touched and I need someone who is willing to put the time in to help me feel safe and loved. I am looking for a quiet calm home with a patient new owner who will let me settle in in my own time. If you feel like you could be the perfect person for me, then please do consider adopting me.

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Blaine and Brice

Hello, My name is Blaine, I’m a pretty tabby & white girl and this is my friend Brice a handsome black boy. We arrived at the centre back in January after our owner sadly passed away, so we are now looking for our new loving forever home. We are very nervous at the moment so will need to be homed with patient owners that will understand that it may take us a while for us to come out of our shells. We would like to be homed in a quiet household without children or other cats.

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Bond

Well hello there, let me introduce myself. My name is Bond and I am a handsome 5 year old male. I arrived here on the 14th April after I had been living as a stray. I had a few scratches and cuts on my face when I arrived and I thought they made me look quite tough so I acted like a tough nut and hissed at people and made them think I was a scary boy. Then they started to bring me food and suddenly I couldn't keep up the act anymore and head-butted a hand once or twice, which in turn led to that hand stroking my head and it turns out actually I'm a bit of a softy and love having head scratches. I've turned into a lovely cute boy now... but I still like to give the odd hiss and remind them I'm a little tough, and now I would like to find a home I can call my own and a new owner I can wrap around my little finger (sorry paw).

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Charlie Boo

Hello everyone, that handsome Tabby boy there is me Charlie Boo and I am 9 years young. Not only am I a handsome chap but I’m also a very friendly loving chap as well. I have been here at The Centre since the 26th April as my owner had started working away a lot and felt he didn’t have enough time to give me the love I deserve. I just love having a fuss made of me and will follow you around and rub against you until I get one and I quite enjoy being picked up for a cuddle as well. I hope I find a new home soon where I can receive endless amounts of love and fuss.

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Ford

Hi there! My name is Ford and I am a big handsome 3 year old tabby boy! I arrived here at The Centre in February 2018 as I was found living as a stray. I am quite scared and nervous at the moment being here and it will take some time for me to settle in properly. I do hiss and sometimes swipe at people when they come in to meet me but I don’t mean it, I just haven’t had much human contact before; although I do trust some of the staff here already and I will let them stroke me. With time and patience I will come round and hopefully be a happy, friendly boy; I just need to find a nice quiet and understanding home that realise it may take some time for me to settle in and begin to trust people.

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Jey and Jimmy

Well hello there!! My name is Jey and I am the handsome black boy and this is my brother Jimmy, the cute little black and white boy. We are both 9 months old and arrived here on the 28th February after our owners couldn’t look after us anymore. We are both adorable loving boys who love having strokes and cuddles from you and we are a very special pair of boys. You see Jimmy has cerebellum hypoplasia which means the part of his brain that deals with coordination didn’t develop properly causing him to be a bit wobbly on his feet. I also had an eye problem when I came in and had to have an operation to fix it, but I’m ok now and love playing with my brother. We are looking for experienced caring owners who are at home a lot of the time as Jimmy is a very needy boy!! He loves being picked up for cuddles and will stroke your face with his paw and lick your hand and if you put him down he will just follow you and try and climb you for more cuddles. Being wobbly he can be a very messy boy with his food etc and does need cleaning up quite often, he does sometimes toilet on the floor as well but he can’t help it and he does his best to use his litter trays. If you think you could offer us both a loving home and are patient and understanding enough to cope with Jimmy’s issues then please do consider us.

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Justice and Kadin

Hello, my name is Kadin I’m the handsome tabby and white boy and this is my brother Justice. Unfortunately, our owner passed away so the CRRC stepped in and brought us into The Centre. We don’t like it here very much and I am not very keen on letting anyone get too close just yet and will hiss at you, I don’t mean it though, I’m just very frightened. Justice on the other hand is a little more relaxed and will allow you a stroke or two. We are looking for understanding owners that will allow us the time and care we need to come out of our shells when we are ready. We would like to be homed in a quiet household with no children or other pets at this time.

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KF200-17 and KF202-17

HEY THERE! I’m KF200-17 and this is my sister KF202-17, I am the short haired black girlie at the front and my sister is the fluffy black at the back. We are the youngest cats here at The Centre at only 6 months old and we have been here since November 2017. We were found living as strays on a farm in Goodwood with our mum and because of this we are pretty timid. We can be vocal and give a few tiny hisses when we first meet people but this is all we do, we are not aggressive in anyway. I really love my sister and the staff will quite often spot us rubbing against each other and head butting each other so we want to go to a home together. Thanks to lots of handling we are slowly starting to come around to trusting you humans, but it may still take some time so we need a nice patient new owner willing to give us time to settle in. We love to lay out on the windowsill or on our scratch post and being kittens still we like to play as well. Oh and we really love our food!! When we know it’s dinner time, we’re there at the front of the pen purring our heads off waiting for it to arrive. It’s time for us now to find our forever home, so if you have a nice calm home with no children then please do consider adopting us.

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KM03-18 and KM06-18

Hey there!! Im KM06-18 but the staff here call me Richard and this is my brother known as Reece. I'm the tabby boy and Reece is the black boy. We were found living as a stray colony and therefore are very timid, as all we've ever known is fending for ourselves in the outdoors. We are currently 5 months old and have been here at the centre since the end of January. We find humans scary and do hiss but we're not adverse to a treat or two and then we may allow you to stroke each one of us. We are hoping to find our forever homes very soon, we are just waiting on that one person to take a chance and look past our imperfections as we dont men it at all!! But ideally we would not be suited to children and would like someone who is confident with owning cats and understands it does take time, but once we are settled we'll make some amazing cats. Hopefully our time will come soon as its getting pretty boring here at the centre

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KM04-18 & KM05-18

Hey there!! I’m KM04-18 but the staff here call me Riley and this is my brother known as Rickard, KM05-18. I am the handsome black boy and my brother is the handsome tabby. We were found living as part of a stray colony and therefore we are very timid, as all we've ever known is fending for ourselves in the outdoors. We are currently 5 months old now and have been here at the centre since the end of January. We find humans scary and we do hiss but if you have a treat or two and then we may allow you to stroke us. We are hoping to find our forever homes very soon, we are just waiting on that one person to take a chance and look past our imperfections as we don't mean it at all! Ideally we would not be suitable to go with children and would like someone who is confident with owning cats and understands it does take time, but once we are settled we'll make some amazing cats. Hopefully our time will come soon as its getting pretty boring here at the centr

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KM54-16 and KF46-16

Hi everybody, that handsome tabby boy is me KM54-16 and this is my sister KF46-16 the tabby and white. We are both now 2 years old and this is our second time here at The Centre as we were born here in 2016. We were brought back recently as we were not really getting on with the children. We are both really sweet cats though and both love having a fuss made of us and playing with our toys. You may have noticed that I have a funny eye in the picture, this is due to me having flu very bad when I was a kitten, but it doesn't cause me any problems at all and just makes me that bit extra special. We are looking for a new home together as we love each other very much, it would be best for us if we went to a home with older or no children.

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Km82-11

Good afternoon, I'm the very handsome KM82-11, but everyone here calls me Shadow. This is my 3rd time being at The Centre and I'm starting to feel like part of the furniture. My other homes didn't work out for me, but I was previously rehomed with my sister who was stressing me out and causing me to have a few accidents in the home. She has since been rehomed and I am ready for the same. I am a little nervous when I am meeting strangers, so I may hiss or cower away from you, but please don't let my nerves turn you away. I actually do enjoy being stroked; I just need to know you're okay first. I would like to be homed to a nice quiet home with no children or other pets. I would need very calm and soothing owners who would understand me and give me the patience I deserve to settle into a new home. I really don't want to come back here and keep moving around - it does upset me quite a lot. I want it to be my FOREVER home.

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Lovejoy

Hello! My name is Lovejoy and I am a very handsome 4 year old grey and white fluffy male. I arrived at The Centre back in October 2017 with my kittens after we had been living as strays in Waterlooville. I have been a stray all my life which means I have found life here at The Centre quite scary. When I first arrived I wouldn't let anyone touch me as I was so nervous but now I am beginning to trust a little more and although I still hiss at first I will let you have a little stroke. It's going to be a slow process for me to completely trust humans but I really do want to find my forever home with someone who has the patience to let me settle into a new quiet home.

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Lynette and Toureg

Hello, my name is Lynette and I am the Torti girl and this is my friend Toureg the ginger and white boy. We are both 2 years old and arrived here at The Centre on the 3rd May after our owner was no longer able to look after us. We are both very sweet cats and do enjoy having a fuss made of us but we are a little shy at the moment as it's all very strange here. Toureg is a little more reserved than me so he will need a little bit more loving to make him feel safe again. We hope we find a new home soon, we love each other very much so we are looking for a home together. We would be ok to live with older children and other cats.

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Mr Charlie Young

Who’s that handsome devil there you ask! Well that would be me Mr Charlie Young and I am a 3 year old chatty boy. I got here to The Centre on the 4th April after a nice lady brought me in as I’d been a stray hanging around for a while. When I was brought in the lady said that I can bite when people touch my head or I get frightened, but it turns out I actually had abscess on my head that was quite painful for me and so the staff think that might be the reason why I was biting so much when my head was touched. Since I’ve had meds and my head is all sorted now I have shown that I am a lovely boy and I love having a fuss made of me but I do still have that naughty side of me though and I will still bite occasionally. I can be sweet though and when you hold your hand out to me I will lick your hand to show you love. I can’t wait to finally have a nice home and family to call my own.

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Mr Whittick & Lalani

Hello. My name is Mr Whittick, and I am the handsome brown fluffy boy, and hiding beside me is Lalani, the 8 month old torti and white girl. We arrived here at The Centre along with 12 other friends after being abandoned for a number of months. Because of this we do have a few trust issues with humans at the moment. We are working really hard alongside the staff to improve this, I like to play with you but I’m still not very keen on being stroked just yet. Lalani may sometimes hiss at you but she actually does enjoy a stroke once she gets used to you. We are looking for our forever home together, with confident, experienced owners with a lot of time and patience who understand our needs.

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Nate

Hi my name is Nate and I am a handsome 5 year old black male! I have been here at the centre since January 2018 as I was found living as a stray as part of a big colony. I am very nervous of people at the moment as I haven’t had any contact with humans before so it is quite scary for me to be here. If you can’t see me I will probably be hiding in my bed as this is where I feel safe. I do hiss sometimes and if you try to touch me I will run around my pen and hang off of the ceiling and the door to try to get away from you but I don’t mean to be like this, I really am just so scared! I would love to find a nice quiet and relaxing home where I can settle in slowly in my own time. If you feel like you have the time and patience for me I’d love to meet you.

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Nayelle & Callyn

Hello everyone. My name is Nayelle and I am a black and white fluffy female and this is my fluffy torty sister Callyn. Callyn is 9 months old and I am 7 months old. We have been living here at The Centre since the 17th February because our owner left us at a cattery and never came back. We are both quite shy and would benefit from lots more handling. We are still getting used to living here so we may give you a little hiss when you first meet us but we will let you have a little stroke when we trust you a bit more. I get on really well with Callyn so we would like to be rehomed together. We would love for someone to take a chance on us and give us a quiet home not with children but we are used to other cats.

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Nigel and Monique

Well hello there!! My name is Nigel and I am the handsome tabby boy, and this is my best friend Monique the gorgeous black and white girl. I am an old boy at 17 years old and Monique is 13 years old. We arrived here at The Centre in February 2018 as our owners didn’t have enough time for us. We are both very friendly and sweet cats who are quiet and laid back; therefore we are looking for our forever home somewhere nice and quiet where we can relax and live the rest of our lives spoilt and receive unlimited amounts of attention. I do have kidney problems and so for that I will be on part foster which means I can come and see the vet here for any issues relating to my kidneys. If you feel like you could offer us our perfect home then please do come and see us, we would love to meet you.

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Patrick

Hello, my name is Patrick and I am a 4 year old tabby and white boy. I arrived here on the 16th April after I had been living as a stray for a while. I am a very nervous boy at the moment, I'm finding it quite scary here at The Centre with all the new people and noises. I will probably give you a hiss at first meet and try and shy away from you, but I'm not aggressive at all and will let you stroke me, I'm not too sure yet If I enjoy it but the staff believe I will in time. I just need a nice patient owner who is willing to let me settle in to my new home in my own time and someone who can put the time in to show me that its nice to be loved and fussed. Is that you?

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Pouncer

Hi everyone! My name is Pouncer and I’m a 12 year old male. I came to The Centre on the 20th April 2018 as the grandson of my owners was allergic to me. I am a very friendly boy and I hope you have a secure lap because I’m pretty big and given the chance I’d love to get onto it and curl up! I am used to children so I can be rehomed with them although I am not too keen on other cats so I’d like to be the only pet. I hope I’m not waiting for my forever home for too long as this place scares me and I’m often found hiding behind my bed.

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Princey

That handsome long haired boy there is me Princey. I know, I know, I'm a stunner who looks like butter wouldn't melt... but I do have a bit of a naughty side. I am 7 years old and am here at The Centre for the second time after my first time out was short-lived due to me being a naughty boy and biting my new owner a few times very hard!! I promise I can be a good boy though and do really love having a fuss made of me, I just let you know when I've had enough or sometimes I just bite because I feel like it. SORRY!! I need a new owner who will be patient with me and doesn't mind a few bites if you get lots of love from me in exchange. I would be best suited to a house with no children and no other cats as they annoy me too. But honestly I promise I am a lovely boy.

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Rock

Hello, I’m Rock! I was brought into The Centre as a stray in March and am now looking for a place I can call home. If you come in and see me I may give you a little hiss and growl but I don’t mean to be rude – at the moment I’m just a little nervous around people and all the noises of the centre. Don’t let that put you off me though as I do actually enjoy being stroked, especially on the nose and having little head scratches. So if you are happy and willing to give me the time I need, then I’m the cat for you. I do have severe arthritis and will be on meds for this, but I will be on part foster for this issue so my meds and any treatment relating to my arthritis will be covered by The Centre. Because of my arthritis and the difficultly it causes me in walking I will need to be an indoor only cat where I can receive lots of love and attention.

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Sigurd

Hi. My name is Sigurd I am a 2 year old male cat. I have been living here at The Centre since the 16th January 2018 after I had been living as part of a feral Colony in Bognor. I have not had much human contact before and so I am very scared and its taking me time to settle in. I am usually hiding in my bed because that's where I feel safe. I am not comfortable enough to let anyone touch me yet but I do enjoy the handlers coming in to sit and talk to me. I really hope someone will take a chance on me and let me settle into a new loving home.

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Tyrell

Well hello there, let me introduce myself... My name is Tyrell and I am a beautiful 6 year old tabby boy who was brought here in February after I had been living as a stray for a while. I was a bit battered and bruised when I arrived and had some issues with one of my eyes and it was also discovered that I had a fractured pelvis. But I have seen the vet and had treatment and now I have been given the go ahead to find myself a new home. I am a very sweet boy who does enjoy having a fuss made of me but I do also have a temperamental side and I will let you know when I’ve had enough and want to be left alone. I really hope I find a new home and family soon where I can finally see what it’s like be loved and happy in a home.

Catchment Area

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Our catchment area is from Sidlesham out to the following locations:

  • Bognor Regis
  • Chichester
  • Fareham
  • Gosport
  • Hayling Island
  • Midhurst
  • Littlehampton
  • Petersfield
  • Petworth
  • Portsmouth
  • Selsey
  • Worthing

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Our Address

The Cat & Rabbit Rescue Centre,
Holborow Lodge, Chalder Lane,
Sidlesham,
Chichester,
WEST SUSSEX.
PO20 7RJ.

 info@crrc.co.uk

We are open 7 days a week, but please contact us to make an appointment before visiting us.

We also rehome animals 7 days a week, but all subject to a pre-home visit.

 01243 641409 
Mon-Fri 9-4pm