Rehoming cats..

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Gem
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Rehoming cats..

Post: #184256 Gem
Wed Jan 20, 2010 2:05 pm

Now that I am finally a bit more settled I am looking to rehome a cat or kitten.

Anyone have a suggestion of a good rehoming center?

Gem

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Re: Rehoming cats..

Post: #186905 brett53
Wed Feb 10, 2010 9:09 pm

obviously i don't know your local one - but try the cats protection league , they should be able to recommend one or may have one them self - mine was delivered by fate , i said "no more " after my last old girl went , but out of the blue a couple turned up looking for a home for a cat , someone must have pointed them in my direction :scratch:

any ways hope you find the right cat for you - but as you know cats don't have owners - they have STAFF :wink: :lol: :lol: - least ways that's how her ladyship seems to think things work round here :roll:
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Re: Rehoming cats..

Post: #186941 bonniethomas06
Thu Feb 11, 2010 9:12 am

Hi,

When I lived in Bristol (until recently) I got my cat Bruno from the Bath Cats and Dogs home, in Claverton Down, Bath, and they were fantastic.

Also, I have got a cat in the past from Chippenham Cat Rescue - about 40 mins from Bristol. Really sweet - basically an old lady who rescues stray/unwanted cats and keeps them in specially built sheds in her back garden! She is always wanting to take more, but never has space, so would be very grateful to you I am sure.

Good luck though, cats are brilliant! :cat: (have wanted opportunity to use this smily for ages!)
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