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Come along and visit our lovely cats who are waiting for new homes. We know they will be pleased to see you!
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Enjoy a purrfect day out at our Open Day this Sunday (23rd July) 11am till 2:30pm at the Centre. It's also free entry! We hope to see you there 😸

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Cat Neutering

Every year there are more cats born in Britain than there are good homes for. Allowing your cat to breed only increases this huge problem. A female cat can have up to 4 litters of kittens a year producing between 6-9 kittens per litter, and looking at an average life span of a cat 15/16 years. A lot of kittens can be born, as well as putting the Mother's health at risk or even death from having so many litters. Feline Aids can be caught from sex, bites and fighting, the activities of unneutered cats. It is really important to neuter cats for a happy, healthy cat!

Sussex East and Hastings Branch are running a cat neutering programme for people on benefits. To qualify you must be on one of the following benefits Housing or Council Tax Benefit, Income Support or Jobseekers Allowance, Pension Credit(Child Allowance or Working Tax Credit are not eligible). You must also live in the Hastings area. For as little as 10  your cat will be neutered and microchipped.

The 1066 Veterinary Centre,201 Battle Road are running this scheme for us if you are interested please go along and fill in an application form. Please remember to take proof of benefit with you. If you meet the criteria you will be booked in.

Pets at home have given us a grant towards the Cats Neutering Scheme of 3000, which is an amazing amount of money! This is us being presented with the cheque at our local Hastings sto

Published on Wednesday 8th January 2014

 

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Tortie Female, 11 years old approx. Tabitha is a lady who will shout to get your attention. She's a little set in her ways with an independent side. She's looking for a new home to retire, that's quiet with lots of places to curl up for a nap! She would need to be the only cat of the household. 
Torbie and white DLH female, 3 years approx.Saffron is a very pretty girl who is a hidden treasure. Don't be put off by her greeting hiss, it's all front and she really enjoys a gentle fuss. She has found herself here after her owner sadly passed away. It's taken her time to adjust to such a change, but she trusts us now and loves company. She's looking for a quiet home where she can be given time to settle at her pace. She will be a loving companion in the right household.
Black and white DLH male, 6 years old.Starsky is a very fluffy handsome boy and is extremely shy, so he often hides away. With the right person/people who are willing to take it at Starsky's pace, we think he will eventually settle and become a very happy addition to the household. A worthwhile project for someone who has the time and patience. 
Black and white DSH male, 2 years old.Eddie is such a dapper looking gent, with striking green eyes. Sadly he isn't very trusting of people, so he will need a lot of time and patience to win him over but it will be worth it! He would suit a quiet household where he can relax and feel safe. He would need to be the only cat of the household. 
 
Bluebell Ridge (RSPCA) Cat Rehoming Centre
Tel: 01424 752121 (11:30am-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
(12pm-3pm every day except Thurs)
RSPCA Emergency Helpline:
0300 1234 999