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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.
Digit is a handsome 9/10 year old female who is neutered and microchipped and knows her own mind. She needs a new home because her owners, who have had her since a kitten are emigrating.
She can be an affectionate cat when it suits her but is also quite independent and comfortable in her own company. She certainly doesn't want a lot of fussing. We wouldn't describe her as a lap cat however when she does decide to sit on a lap she usually prefers a male lap.
If you are looking for a cuddly lap cat DON'T PICK DIGIT. But if you are a busy person who just wants a furry friend to chat to, feed and just be around then she is the perfect cat for you. Very low maintenance.
Digit would be happiest in a quiet home without young children and as the only cat.
Please phone Tina on 01458 835179 to offer Digit a home.
Binks is a handsome fairly substantial 3 year old black male.
In his previous life he had been living as an indoor cat in a fairly isolated environment but since being in our care has blossomed into a loving, affectionate fellow who is just longing to get out and about in the big wide world. Hopefully he will slim down a little at the same time! he isn't fat, but there is a bit more Binks now than there was when he came to Cats Protection.
Welcome Evie into your home. She is a very pretty 3 year old who enjoys cuddles and playing. She has never lived with children before but enjoys watching them from the safety of her pen in my garden. She could therefore be homed with sensible older children.
She is a delight and is very patiently sitting and waiting for you to call her fosterer Emma on 01458 850823
Harley is an utterly gorgeous 10 year old ginger male, and he knows it!
Meet Rosie, known to her friends at PRETTY GIRL She is 5 or 6 years old and a long haired black girl., the silky kind of long hair that doesn't get matted. Rosie is a happy, very affectionate lady who is used to living with other cats and older children. She came into our care, pregnant for the second time this year. Rosie gave birth to just one kitten who is booked for a new home shortly. Then Rosie will be neutered and she is hoping to find her new forever home as soon as possible so she can start a new carefree life, free from the worries of raising kittens.
ROSIE is booked for 12/12/17
Meet MO. We don't know much about this chap apart from the fact that he's gorgeous, talkative and likes a lap. He's around 6 years old and would happily get his paws under any table.
Call us on 01458 850823 for more details.
SPECIAL HOME NEEDED
GINNIE came to Cats Protection in September. She was found wandering and heavily pregnant on the Mendips. She gave birth to 3 kittens a couple of days before the person who found her asked us to take her. Sadly Ginnie was so thin and undernourished that the kittens died and she was suffering from cat flu. Ginnie has been nursed back to health, neutered and vaccinated. She now needs a very very understanding home. We have no idea of Ginnie's history. She may have been an outdoor cat in a previous life or just a stray for a long time, but either way she really doesn't trust humans. We feel she wants to be friendly but just can't quite get there. Some days she can be smoothed but other times she reverts back to be a frightened little cat again.
She spends all day curled up on her heat pad, but it is clear that she comes out to play with her toys at night when all is quiet.
One thing in her favour is that she does respond to other friendly cats which makes us cling to the hope that if we could find her a home with another young and friendly cat she may find happiness in a home, otherwise we would have to home her as an outdoor cat. We are reluctant to do this because of the previous bout of cat flu. We think she needs to be monitored just in case it comes back.
If there is some kindhearted soul who is prepared to offer Ginnie a home please phone Janet on 01749 880545 to discuss the possibility. We do feel that it needs to be an experienced cat owner who has maybe dealt with a cat like Ginnie before. A quiet country home, without young children would be a requirement. Ginnie may never be a lap cat, we just don't know so it needs to be a person who will accept her for what her life experiences have made her. Also bearing in mind that Christmas is nearly upon us, we would be quite prepared to keep her until the festivities are over.
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.