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If you are thinking about adopting a rescue cat, the best thing you can do is contact us by filling in our adoption enquiry form - a couple of paragraphs below!


Maybe a cat has caught your eye on our website or Facebook page...if so, please get in touch! We can tell you if they are still available, and arrange a visit where you can meet your potential fur-ever friend.


If you and one of our cats connect, and you would like to adopt, then there's a couple of boxes we need to tick first. Before completing the adoption, we need to make sure that the environment for our little adoptee are just right, so they can settle right in and everyone is happy.

  • All adoptions are subject to a home check (within a reasonable distance). 

  • We reserve the right to carry out a vet check for all adopters.

  • If you live in rented accommodation, we will require evidence of permission from the landlord for you to keep a pet at the property.

  • All adoptions are subject to a reasonable adoption fee.

  • Cats/Kittens will not be rehomed on or near a main or busy road e.g. dual carriageways, busy A-roads, motorways, busy cut-throughs, main bus routes.

Application form

If you have met a cat you would like to adopt, please download our application form - fill it in and email to We will contact you to discuss the potential adoption as soon as we are able.

Home visit

The home check is a relaxed, short visit, which is carried out before we rehome every cat. Its purpose is to check that the environment is safe and compatible. It is also an opportunity for adopters to ask questions about the cat and an opportunity for PawPurrs to give you advice on settling in your fur-ever friend.

Adoption fee

We try to balance covering our costs with charging an affordable and reasonable amount. This fee includes neuters/spays, vaccinations, micro-chipping, as well as flea and worm treatments. It also contributes towards the running costs of the Halfway House (food, vet bills, heating, petrol, etc). Without these fees we simply would not be able to exist! 

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