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Due to the recent outbreak of Covid-19, We'll be unable to perform home checks until further notice.
However, all of our cats are still available for rehoming and can be reserved, pending a home check once the lockdown has ended.
May's Cat of the Month
Black and White
6 Years Old
Fostered in Devon
Five steps to a cat adoption:
See a cat you like? Get in touch!
We'd love to say that we have a team of dedicated psychics ready to contact you if you see a cat that's right for you, but until that day, you'll have to make do with getting in touch by any of the means on our Contact Us page and talking to us about your new cat.
Making sure you're the perfect fit!
While we're talking, we'll arrange for one of our professional volunteers to perform a home check. They'll make sure that everyting's safe and secure for your new cat, answer any questions that you have and double check that the adoption is suited for everyone.
Come and meet your new cat!
Once the home check is complete, our volunteer will arrange for you to come and meet your new cat. As the cat might be stressed by noise, try to bring a maximum of three people to meet the cat. Don't worry, there'll be time to introduce your new family member to the in laws later!
Your cat is ready to move in!
We ask for a small donation to adopt our cats, but any cats available for adoption are already neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, treated for fleas and worms, and insured for four weeks with Petplan, saving you both the stress and cost of vet bills.
Enjoy your new family member!
With all these steps completed, we'll arrange for you to pick up your cat from the foster home you first visited them at, and that's it! Feline Network will still be here if you have any questions or issues, and congratulations on adopting your new cat!
Have you seen a cat you like? To get in touch at any time,