We are very low on wet kitten food, especially chicken/poultry flavour. If you have any food to donate, please think of us. We really appreciate your support. ❤
Cats In Need
If you need to find a home for your cat, then please contact us.
Please do not bring your cat up to the Centre without contacting us first as we always have a waiting list of cats to come in.
Our highest priority is to help those animals most in need. These animals are sick, injured, neglected or victims of cruelty rescued by our inspectors.
To ensure that we are able to help these animals we need to provide a safe place for them to be taken to.
This means that we are no longer able to take on all of the strays and unwanted animals that are brought up by the public at Bluebell Ridge.
If you suspect a stray cat in your area, please see the RSPCA's page on Stray Cats.
If you are considering giving up your cat we ask you to consider the decision carefully.
Sometimes all that is needed is a change in lifestyle or environment to make an animal happier. Click here to view the RSPCA's section on understanding your pet's needs.
If an owner still feels that they are unable to cope with their pet we advise them to firstly try friends and family this would make it less stressful for the cat as opposed to a rescue centre.
If this is unsuccessful, try welfare organisations in their area. Most rescue organisations if they can't help you straight away work on a waiting list principal. Basically the more organisations you try and register with the more chance you may have of getting your cat in.
Lost and Found
The RSPCA has a new procedure for reporting missing or found cats. Anyone who has found or is missing their cat are now asked to visit Pets Located where all of the details about their cat, and any other pets, can be uploaded and scanned through the database for any matches. For more information please visit their website.