Once you see a cat/s you are interested in, the first thing to do is to complete our online form.

This is then pinged over to our team who will review your application and if you are considered a good match, we will contact you (please be advised that we are a small team so it may take a few days for your application to be considered).

You will then be invited to make an appointment to come in to meet the cat/s. It is asked that all members of your family attend where possible, particularly when there are children in the house, so that we can assess whether everyone is likely to get along!

If it is decided that you are a good fit for each other, we will put an interest on the cat for 24-48 hours, and the next step is the home visit.

Since the pandemic, we have taken to doing home visits remotely (though there are occasional exceptions to this). We therefore ask you to provide a brief video of your home and garden, including the room/area you will initially allocate to the cat. We will usually send you a WhatsApp message for you to reply to with your video.

We do also require proof of ID. It is preferred if this can be brought along to your first appointment when you initially meet the cat, though you can bring it to your adoption appointment. A driving licence is ideal as this provides both photographic and address ID-if you don’t have this, we can take other forms of ID. Please speak to our team.

Once we have viewed your video and completed our checks, your cat/s is/are reserved to you! We ensure that all cats have had at least one vaccination (providing details of our vets for you to get the second done if necessary), are neutered (if over 4 months-for kittens under 16 weeks we again provide you with our vet’s details for you to get them neutered as soon as they are old enough, at no cost to yourself).

They will be microchipped, up-to-date on flea and worm treatments and will have been signed off as fit for rehoming by our vets. You will receive a copy of their medical history.

Due to how quick our turnover is, we can only reserve healthy cats that are ready to leave our care for around one week - this is because pen space is desperately needed as we always have more cats waiting to come in.

We will then book a mutually convenient date and time to collect your new pet, and on the day we ask that you bring a suitable, secure carrier (or two if adopting a pair of adult cats), your ID (if not previously provided) and the adoption fee of £80 (per cat) for cats over 6 months or £95 for kittens. We take cash or card payments.  

Our staff will go through everything you need to know and answer any questions you may have at this appointment, and then it’s the exciting bit…when you get to take your new member/s of the family home!  

Remember, we are always on hand to offer help and advice should you have any concerns post-adoption…and we’re always delighted to receive updates and photos of your cat/s settling in!