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Adopt a cat

The Adoption Process

When you arrive at the Adoption Centre for the first time, we will ask you to fill in a questionnaire which will let us know a little bit more about yourself and your family.  If you live in rented accommodation we will ask to see a tenancy agreement/letter from your landlord confirming you are allowed to keep a cat/kitten at the premises and this would need to be presented before you can take your new companion home.
 You are then welcome to have a look around the Adoption Centre & using your answers to the questionnaire we can hopefully find the perfect match for your family. Collection of your new companion is around 24 hours after reservation. We may arrange a home visit too, although this is not always necessary.
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Please bring a form of identification with you when you collect your chosen companion, otherwise we may not be able to home to you, this can be in the form of a driving licence, recent utility bill or similar.

Please note we ask that any cats/kittens are collected within 7 days of reservation, this allows us to offer space to the many other cats waiting to come into our care.

All of our cats/kittens are neutered, fully vaccinated or awaiting a 2nd vaccination depending how long they have been with us, microchipped, vet checked, 4 weeks free Pet Plan insurance, wormed and de-flead. Bearing in mind the treatment all cats/kittens have received the Adoption Centre asks adopters for a fee, the fee for our cats are: £64 for an adult and the same for a kitten  If you feel able to make a donation on top of the fee that would, of course, be gratefully received. We know times are hard so thank you for your decision to rehome a CP cat!

Appointments are not necessary for visiting, you can just turn up during our opening hours which are 10am - 4pm daily inc weekends. (please ignore the 3pm closure as it is our winter opening times) If you would like us to help you with rehoming your cat please see our 'Your cat in our care' page or call us on 01362 687919.
We are unable to take in cats without a prior appointment.
Please note the website has just a selection of the cats we have available.

                          
Find us off the A47 between Dereham and Swaffham, follow the signs for Longham.
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Name
Summary
Branch
 
TINKERBELL
Reserved
Tinkerbell is a beautiful young lady who came to the shelter as her owners were moving and couldn't take her with them. So this sweet girl is looking ...
Dereham Adoption Centre
Maisy
Reserved
Maisy loves the sunshine. she loves to be out and about in the garden enjoying all the rays. She loves to be outside all day and then return to you in...
Dereham Adoption Centre
Bailey
Bailey is a strong lad, friendly and confident. He doesn't like a lot of handling, picking up etc but he will have a good fuss with you. He enjoys a ...
Dereham Adoption Centre
SOOTY
Initially quite a shy girl on arrival, 'Sooty' is building in confidence and beginning to show us some of her friendly character. She has this very ...
Dereham Adoption Centre
Lucy
We've found Lucy to be a nice girl, she doesn't always make the effort to get up to see you, but is quite content if you approach her for a fuss. Her ...
Dereham Adoption Centre
HUGO
Reserved
You'll have noticed Hugo's ear... (caused by a old injury). He's a big softy at heart and loves loads of fuss and you will find him come onto your lap...
Dereham Adoption Centre
BREEZE
A pretty little girl. She likes a fuss and enjoys receiving them but like many cats will happily let you know when she has had enough! Arrived from ...
Dereham Adoption Centre
Lucky
Lucky is very affectionate, arrived due to a house move as she was unable to go with her owner. She is very sweet, confident and chatty. She likes to ...
Dereham Adoption Centre
NICK THE CAT
Nick the cat has had 2 homes in his life, both being with very quiet owners and as the only pet in the home however he is ok with quiet cats that wont...
Dereham Adoption Centre
SAMMY
Sammy is a lovely, playful and busy boy. He would love a home where he can be a hunter and not have any other animals close to him. He is now ...
Dereham Adoption Centre
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