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CATS for REHOMING
Glastonbury and Wells Cats Protection have a number of cats in their pens and even more waiting to come in when we have space. These cats are lovely, friendly moggies who are homeless through no fault of their own or their owners. Just victims of circumstance, patiently waiting for someone to love them.
All cats homed by Glastonbury and Wells CP have been routinely health checked, treated for fleas and worms and neutered if old enough.
Why adopt a cat from Cats Protection? Click the link to find out more.
If the health check reveals any problems like dentals for older cats the necessary treatments will have been carried out.
In addition they are fully vaccinated and micro chipped. We can also offer the new owner 4 weeks free insurance, courtesy of Pet Plan.
Our kittens will not have been neutered but when they are 5 months the Charity will pay the full cost of neutering. At the time they are neutered we will arrange for them to be microchipped. This procedure will also be paid for by the Charity.
Our Adoption fee for cats or kittens is £60.
In this frantic and stressful world, curling up with a loving, purring feline and a cup of hot chocolate, or gin and tonic if you prefer, is a great way to soothe away the worries at the end of the day.
Please phone the fosterer listed with the cat to find out more about it. It is a decision you won't regret.
Below are all the domestic cats currently available. The situation changes from day to day - sometimes hour to hour - so phone the number given for each cat to find out if it is still available. We try to be honest in our descriptions and will always tell you of any problems with any cat.
If you don't see the cat you are looking for on this page please contact Gill on 01749 850660. We have a waiting list of cats to come in for re-homing and it may be that the cat for you is on that list.
This handsome black and white fellow is looking for a permanent loving relationship. Mo is around 6 years old but hey, age is just a number.
He had been living as a stray for a while before he came to our notice and was quite a nervous fellow and suspicious of humans and their motives. Since being neutered he has transformed into a loving, happy, chatty, friendly cat who wants affection and a lap to sit on. It is amazing what a change that little snip can bring about!
Mo we think has always been a country gentleman so he needs a home in a country or village situation, well away from busy roads. He likes well behaved children who will treat him with respect and give him the companionship he wants so desperately, but he isn't keen on either cats. He wants to be king of his own castle.
Please contact Emma on 01458 850823 to talk more about Mo.
Bean came into our care as a stray. We therefore don’t know a lot about his past history. Bean is probably about 2 years old and needs human company. He’s friendly and simply wants love. Because Bean is young he is also very playful and will want to get out and about doing all the things young cats love to do.He’s great with cat friendly kids but one of the few things we do know about him is that other cats are not his favorite companions. He’s been neutered, microchipped and vaccinated so he’s ready for the off.
He will need a home in a country or village situation away from busy roads. Whilst he doesn't like other cats he would probably accept a quiet cat friendly dog.
Phone Emma on 01458 850823 to offer this lively chap a loving home.
Daisy is a pretty, affectionate tabby tortie. She is 5 years old and very healthy, happy and confidant
Daisy is a lap cat, who also loves to rub noses and can purr for England.
Phone Gill on 01749 850660 to offer Daisy a home.
Bella is a pretty 4 year old who is looking for a permanent loving home. Because of recent disruptions in her life she came to us as a very stressed and frightened cat but after a few weeks in our care blossomed into a most affectionate young lady.
She isn't keen on other cats and probably needs to be an only pet in a quiet home, where she would soon adapt to her new surroundings. She is healthy, vaccinated and microchipped.
To find out more about Bella please call Janet on 01749 880545
This pretty little lady is called Charley. She will be 3 years old in June and is a playful. healthy affectionate lap cat.
Charley's owner loved her very much but due to changes in her circumstances could no longer give Charley the settled loving home she needs. Charley was becoming very stressed and was over grooming.
Charley is much better now and looking for a country or village home without young children or dogs. In truth she would like to be the only cat but we think she would accept a laid back, amenable male cat as long as there is enough room for her to have her own space if she needs it.
Phone Gill on 01749 850660 if you would like to know more about Charley.
This stunningly handsome tabby fellow is called Oliver. He is 4 years old and just wants to be loved. Currently he is being fostered with his mum, following the sudden death of their owner. The cats have recovered amazingly well from a traumatic few weeks and Oliver is looking to the future and a new home. He is a big softee who loves having his tummy tickled and playing with toy mice or catnip pillows.
Oliver and his mum have lived a very quiet happy life with their last owner so are initially a bit nervous of new people and sudden strange noises but are gradually becoming less sensitive.
You can see from the pictures just how beautiful his big amber eyes are, but of course you cannot feel his silky, glossy coat.We want him to have a settled, calm home, without young children and in a country or village situation. He is very keen to get back out into the big wide world. Oliver isn't used to dogs but would probably enjoy the company of a friendly female cat as long as they were introduced carefully and we wouldn't rule out homing him with a cat friendly calm dog.
Phone Gill on 01749 850660 if this gorgeous boy could be part of your home.
Solstice is beautifully marked 8 year old British Shorthair. She is a real lady who is affectionate and very chatty.
She came into our care with her 4 year old son Oliver, also a stunning cat, when her owner died suddenly.
Life became very stressful for the cats who had been used to a calm, settled home with just one owner and few visitors. Then suddenly there were lots of comings and goings.
The stress triggered a mild bout of cat flu for Solstice but she has shaken this off, without medication, and now just has the odd snuffle from time to time and has started her vaccinations.
Solstice wants to get out and about and needs a fairly calm and settled home again away from busy roads. We think she would live in harmony with a male cat of a similar age but he must be fully vaccinated because another stressful episode could trigger her cat flu again. Although we do think that her recent stress was exceptional and she could well take another change in her stride.
Please contact Gill on 01749 850660 if this especially lovely lady could fit into your home.
The cats and kittens listed in the Direct Homings section are still with their owners. It may be that we don't yet have room for them yet or that their owners don't want them to go into pens - there are many possible reasons. Unless otherwise stated, Glastonbury & Wells Cats Protection have not seen these cats to assess them for suitability for rehoming. The description given is from the existing owner.
CATS PROTECTION GLASTONBURY & WELLS: CATS FOR REHOMING
Cats Protection Glastonbury & Wells Branch - Cats for Homing - Rehoming in the Glastonbury and Wells area.
Registered Charity Number: 203644 (England & Wales) and SCO37711 (Scotland)