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Bluebell Ridge (RSPCA) Cat Rehoming Centre

Tel: 01424 752121 (11am-3pm every day except Thurs)
Come along and visit our lovely cats who are waiting for new homes. We know they will be pleased to see you!
RSPCA Emergency Helpline Number: 0300 1234 999
Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Following the UK Government announcement, we will be closed to the public until further notice. The staff are working as normal to care for our cats. Our telephones remain in operation 11.00am - 3.00pm everyday, except Thursdays. We are unable to take cats in from the public. 

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Fostering

Could you foster a cat?

We are always looking for patient and understanding people who can offer short term foster care to some of our cats. 

Many cats that we take in have either suffered or are not used to the care and affection that they deserved. Living with a foster family helps to provide them with one-to-one care. Allowing them to build up their confidence and get used to a normal lifestyle.

Other cats don't cope well in an animal centre environment. This is where we need people to take them in to provide them with a real home, even if it is only on a temporary basis.

What does a fostering role entail? 

Fostering cats can be a pleasurable experience. It's rewarding to know that you played a key part in the rehoming process when a foster animal is successfully rehomed.

You will be:

  • Caring for cats in your own home until they can be rehomed
  • Taking care of cats who might be recuperating from an operation or cannot cope with centre life
  • Taking care of pregnant females or mums and litters
  • Providing all the care they need – feeding, socialising, giving medication and grooming.

To foster a cat, you will need to:

  • Have experience of handling and caring for cats 
  • Have use of suitable transport
  • Preferably have no other pets 
  • To follow RSPCA policy and practices for fostering animals. 

All equipment, food, litter and medication will be provided. 

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer fosterer, please complete and return the application form below.

 

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Black DSH female, 7 1/2 years old.Sasha is a beauty with a sensitive nature. Although she finds new situations a bit daunting, she soon settles down to become a loving and affectionate little lady. She is looking for a fresh start with a nurturing owner or older family. In return, she will be a faithful friend and a joy to have in your home.
Black DSH female, 8 years old. Bella is a poppet through and through. She is so gentle and kind natured. Although she's been a bit shy in her new surroundings, she soon comes out to have a fuss when you spend a little time talking softly to her. She is very affectionate and people oriented, going all soppy when she's given attention. Bella is looking forward to being part of a new family in a loving and nurturing home. She's a lovely little person to have as a companion, and could possibly settle well with primary age children and older.
Black and white DLH male, 8 years old.Mufasa is a gentle placid cat who loves attention. He is a cat who loves home comforts and can be found snuggled in his bed. He now deserves a forever home where he is loved. Mufasa will need regular grooming to keep his coat in good condition.
 
Bluebell Ridge (RSPCA) Cat Rehoming Centre
Tel: 01424 752121 (11am-3pm every day except Thursdays)
RSPCA Emergency Helpline Number: 0300 1234 999

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Bluebell Ridge
(RSPCA) Cat Rehoming Centre
Tel: 01424 752121
(11am-3pm every day except Thurs)
RSPCA Emergency Helpline:
0300 1234 999