We will not be homing cats and kittens over the Christmas and New Year holidays, as we do every year. We do this to prevent cats and kittens being given as Christmas presents.
We will be closing on the 17th December 2014 to prevent cats and We will reopen on the 5th January 2015.
Nationally, Cats Protection rehomes around 60,000 cats and kittens every year. Here in our corner of the world we are always seeking loving new homes for the cats and kittens in our care.
All cats homed by us are health checked, vaccinated, chipped and neutered if over 5 months old and come with 4 weeks free Pet Plan insurance.
All kittens homed by us are health checked, vaccinated and will be chipped and neutered by us at 5 months old and come with 4 weeks free Pet Plan insurance.
Cats Protection asks adopters for a fee when rehoming a cat of £45. 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! All monies go directly back to helping cats and kittens in the Bristol and District area.
Our main Kitten season usually starts around April/May time, although there may be some available at other times. If you require a Kitten, please contact us in April.
It is always easier for us to find new homes for kittens rather than older cats – indeed we usually have a waiting list of people looking for kittens – but an older cat can be equally rewarding as a member of your family.
We do not set any upper age limit on cats for rehoming, believing that there is always, somewhere out there, the right home for the right cat.
To see the cats in our area that are currently ready to be homed, click on Adopt a Cat below. If you think you've found the perfect partner and can offer a lifetime of love, please phone our helpline, 0117 966 5428 or get in touch via the Bristol and District Branch Contact Us
For details of the Cats Protection homing process please visit the Adopt with confidence page
For more information about the adoption fee read the Cats Protection document Adoption fee explained.