All our CATS at Inverness Cat Rescue are neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and health checked, and come with a 4-week free insurance plan. (For details on Petplan’s free 4 week cover see ‘Advice’ page).
When rehoming a KITTEN we would always require a signed undertaking that neutering will take place at a time no later than that set out in the Adoption Agreement. We would also require a new owner to provide us with certification from their vet after the procedure has been undertaken. The cost of this procedure would be attributable to the new owner unless alternative arrangements have been made with us at the time of adoption.
We aim to continue our policy of asking for a donation when rehoming a cat or kitten. We ask that a donation (minimum £35) is given on the day of adoption, which will help towards the cost of the vaccination, neutering, and microchipping programme which each cat is part of, and to enable us to continue helping more needy cats. Please remember that donations are our primary source of income, and only with these can we continue helping cats. However we will always base our decision on whether to rehome a cat on the quality of care the cat is going to receive rather than on the amount of money that we can generate from it.
If you would like further information on any of our cats, or would like to arrange a home visit, please contact us on 01463 226279 or at email@example.com
We usually have adult cats looking for permanent caring homes. Not all are featured on the website, so please call us to check on what we have. Some of our cats have had a really hard time, and are looking for a very special person who can show them the love that they have never known. Could you be the person to give one of these cats a second chance?
Our accommodation consists of purpose-built insulated cat cabins. They have electricity installed, and each cat has a heated bed in their ‘bedroom’ area, and has access to outdoors. All are provided with toys and are groomed and given individual attention each day.
Kittens are housed in kitten pens in our house where they can have frequent contact and handling from us, and also have the opportunity to be familiarised with everyday household noises (e.g. vacuum, washing machine, etc.) We specialise in hand-rearing orphaned kittens and have successfully reared many litters from the age of just a few hours old.
We also have isolation facilities to cater for ill cats or nursing mothers.