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How To Adopt
Adopting from the RSPCA is one of the best and most responsible ways to bring an animal into your home.
A cat has a lot of love to offer and is a very rewarding companion, and we want to ensure that all of our wonderful cats find loving new homes. To make sure that happens, we have a simple procedure in place, which we make adopting as quick and easy as it can be, just to be sure we are acting in the best interests of our cats.
If you would like to adopt a cat from Sussex East and Hastings Branch these are the following easy 6-step procedures:
Visit the Cattery during our opening hours to meet the cats that are available for re homing.
Choose a suitable cat with the help of our trained staff. (Where possible we ask all family members to meet your chosen cat/kitten).
Fill in an adoption form.
A home visitor will contact you within 2-3 days to arrange a home visit.
If the home visit is successful. We will ask you to phone the centre and an appointment will be made for you to collect your cat. A final health check will be carried out before your cat leaves the centre.
When collecting your cat, all adoption paperwork will be completed. Please bring ID with you.
- £75 per cat over 6 months or £140 per pair
- £85 per kitten under 6 months or £160 per pair of kittens
- £90 pedigree/cross breed or £170 per pair
The fee above includes: vaccinations, microchip, flea, wormed. Males are castrated and females are spayed. In some circumstances if an animal leaves the centre before they have been neutered a neutering voucher will be given towards the costs.
Important: All cats must be transported in a suitable carrier.
The cattery has a shop offering a wide range of new and second hand cat accessories, everything you would need to provide for your new feline companion.