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Bluebell Ridge (RSPCA) Cat Rehoming Centre

Tel: 01424 752121 (11am-3pm every day except Thurs)
Come along and visit our lovely cats who are waiting for new homes. We know they will be pleased to see you!
RSPCA Emergency Helpline Number: 0300 1234 999
Bluebell Ridge update

Although we are closed to visitors, we are still taking in cats from the general public and are running an adoption process to rehome our existing cats.

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Meet The Team

At Bluebell Ridge you'll find a wonderfully dedicated team that look after our cats, and are eager to help you find a wonderful new pet should you decide to adopt!replica watches

MyraMyra

Manager

Myra has worked at the cattery since 2001 and has been manager since 2010. She has seen the centre evolve from strength to strength. Myra has great pleasure in knowing that the cats are reserved and watching them going off to their new homes. As well as owning two needy Bluebell Ridge cats she is also a great dog lover and has an RSPCA Staffie.

GemmaGemma

Acting Deputy

Gemma started as a volunteer in 2002 and then quickly became a member of staff. She now works part time due to having a family. Gemma uses her experience and knowledge and gets involved with the daily running of the centre. She has a lovely cat at home called Willow. 

KarenKaren

Animal Care Assistant

Karen previously volunteered and worked at the centre from 2005 until 2011 and she returned in October 2016 as a full-time Animal Care Assistant. She has two cats called Riley and Jojo from Bluebell Ridge, as well as two dogs named Bear and Bella who is a Pets as Therapy dog.

KarenKaren

Animal Care Assistant

Karen is an Animal Care Assistant at the centre and she joined the team in February 2016. She has several years of experience of working with animals and has a dog called Winnie and four cats named Frank, Twiglet, Tucker and Kip. 

KateKate

Animal Care Assistant

Kate started as a volunteer in 2004 and became a permanent full time member of staff in 2009. Kate co-ordinates the vet visits and also has a keen interest in feline behaviour. She has two cats called Tiny and Winnie, both of which were adopted from Bluebell Ridge.

NickNick

Animal Care Assistant

Nick is an Animal Care Assistant at the centre and he joined the team in April 2016. He has several years of experience of working in boarding catteries and has a cat called Noodle. 

NikkiNikki

Income Generation & Marketing Officer

Nikki started as a volunteer in 2014 and became a permanent member in 2015. She has many years of experience of marketing businesses, local government and charities, along with a love for cats! 


 

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Ginger tabby and white DSH, male, 3 years old.Oscar is a bright young lad with lots of energy. He is looking for someone who is up for a bit of a rewarding challenge. He needs someone who can offer him plenty of opportunities to play. He loves his feather fishing rod toy and his kickeroo; these really help to reduce his energy levels at the cattery. He is also enjoying his puzzle feeders which get his brain working too. Oscar needs an adult-only household, and somewhere with plenty of outside space available for him to explore.. He will be a great companion in the right home, with no other pets.
Tortie & White 8 years old Domestic Long HairedMaple is a beautiful cat in need of a nurturing and understanding friend. She will need an experienced cat person who will give her the time and space to settle in her own time. A careful approach to her introduction to her new home will give her the building blocks she needs to then work on gaining trust in accepting contact. She will need a small quiet settling room to make her own before venturing into more of her new home. Maple will be a lovely little project cat for someone, and gaining her trust will be all the more rewarding. She is looking for that special someone who can accept her for who she is and not expect too much from her. She enjoys company but anything more than this proves too daunting for her. She would best suit a very quiet home with just one or two people for her to get to know, with no children. Available for adoption please enquire. Currently with a Foster Carer.
Black and white DSH, female, 2 years old approx.Dixie is a poppet with a gentle nature. She is very pretty with her long legs and big ears! She is quite a shy little girl in new surroundings but is very affectionate and loving. She's looking for a quieter, older family home where she can get her bearings in her own time. Once she gets her feet under your table, she will be a friend for life. She's looking forward to a home without other cats as she did not get on too well with others in her previous home.
 
Bluebell Ridge (RSPCA) Cat Rehoming Centre
Tel: 01424 752121 (11am-3pm every day except Thursdays)
RSPCA Emergency Helpline Number: 0300 1234 999

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Bluebell Ridge
(RSPCA) Cat Rehoming Centre
Tel: 01424 752121
(11am-3pm every day except Thurs)
RSPCA Emergency Helpline:
0300 1234 999