Cats For Adoption
Bringing an animal into your home can be one of the most rewarding experiences in life, particularly if adopting from an animal rescue centre. Animal welfare is at the heart of the RSPCA’s work and as such we want all potential owners to give considerable thought to the kind of animal they wish to adopt and whether it will fit into their existing lifestyle.
If you are interested in giving a home to one of the animals, please fill in the enquiry form provided on the animal's profile, or call 07852 481 079
To reserve an animal after viewing a deposit of £25 is required. Please note we do not have card payment facilities so cash or cheque only please.
- Age: 2 years approximately
- Breed: Domestic short hair
- Colour: Black and white
- Gender: Female
Bootsie arrived at the branch pregnant as a sign over from previous owners and is currently raising her 5 week old kitten called Jubilee (born over the Queen’s Jubilee bank holiday weekend). Bootsie is an independant character and not overly sociable. Since becoming a mum she has become extremely protective, which is quite normal for some mother cats. Now that her healthy kitten is going into the weaning phase, Bootsie is showing signs of softening with less hissing and may well return to her domesticated roots. Once her kitten is adopted and Bootsie is neutered, vaccinated and microchipped, she will be suited to enjoy life at a farm, yard, stables or outdoor facility with a shelter she can rely on to call her home. Or suitable for experienced cat owners who understand that Bootsie needs to be taken completely on her own terms and can provide her with a safe, forever home with access to outdoors.