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Cats for Rehoming - Animal Samaritans Bexley, please call Maxine or Emma

           Please do NOT message us or call us asking if we have any kittens available. Our waiting list for kittens is now FULL. ALL cats or kittens will always be advertised on the website, when they are available. 


 

Hopkins came in to rescue as a stray with a terrible head tilt. We initially thought it was a really bad inner ear infection and our vets treated him with pain killer and antibiotics. Once the vet could see in his ear it became apparent that it wasn’t an ear infection but polyps. These will be causing poor Hopkins a lot of pain and the only option is to operate to remove the polyps and potentially his whole ear canal.

The surgery is going to be costly but we want to help Hopkins to enjoy the rest of his life, he’s only 5 and is such a lovely boy.Anything you can donate to his care would be amazing, thank you so much

CLICK below for the Just giving page

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   Kitkat - 2 year old female
Kitkat came into rescue when her owner was evicted. She’s a lovely friendly girl who loves attention and likes other cats and could happily live with a family with older children. She will need a garden.
She has had several litters of kittens so is a very petite girl, we have had her neutered so she doesn’t need to worry about that anymore!
£120 donation includes neutering, both initial vaccinations, microchip, flea and worm treatment.

   
Harry - 3 year old male
Harry was given in to rescue as he could no longer be cared for.
He is a very friendly boy who could live with older children and could live with another cat.
He will need access to a garden.
He is is FIV / FeLV negative.
£120 donation includes neutering, both initial vaccinations, microchip, flea and worm treatment
   
Kai - 8 year old male
Kai was surrendered to us when his owner coils no longer care for him.
He’s a friendly affectionate boy but will need an adult home as he gets a little scared around children.
He would be happy as an indoor cat or with a garden. He needs to be an only cat.
He recently had a dental and is FIV / FeLV negative.
£120 donation includes neutering, both initial vaccinations, microchip, flea and worm treatment
   
Missy - 2 year old female female
Missy came into rescue after her owner could no longer care for her.
She is a lovely friendly girl who would be fine with children. She will need a garden and could live with another cat.
She is FIV / FeLV negative.
£120 donation includes neutering, both initial vaccinations, microchip, flea and worm treatment

 
INDOOR HOME NEEDED
Duchess - 2 year old female female
Duchess came into rescue when her owner was evicted and left her behind.
She is a SUPER friendly girl who could live with a family with older children.
Duchess has been blood tested and is FIV positive so will need to have an indoor cat and to be an only cat or live with another FIV positive cat.
FIV is a condition that cats live healthy lives with, we have also got details of insurance companies who will insure FIV positive cats. If you would like more details on the condition, please get in touch.
£120 donation - includes neutering, both initial vaccinations, microchip, flea and worm treatment
 
 
Pacino - 2 year old male
Poor scruffy Pacino came into rescue as a stray. He has a ragged ear and currently has a bald patch on the side of his face from where he has had an abscess which must have been extremely painful. This has now been checked by our vets and is healing nicely. He has also been blood tested and is FIV negative.
Despite all this, this big bruiser is an absolute softie! He loves to have a little chat with you and loves to be stroked.
He seems to like other cats (especially the ladies!) so could live with another cat. He will need a garden. He could live with a family with older children.
He has been neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, flea and worm treated.
£120 donation.
 

We require anyone considering rehoming an Animal Samaritans cat meet the following essential Criteria.

· You are over 18 years old.

· You do not have children under the age of 6 in your home.

· If you live in privately-rented, housing association or council owned property you must provide a copy of written permission to have a pet from your landlord or agent prior to a home visit.

· You will be responsible for all routine and non-routine costs in relation to the cat (these include diet, annual vaccinations, six monthly worming and bi-monthly flea prevention).

Terms and Conditions for rehoming an animal

 

What is the process for rehoming an animal?  Please call the main number 0203 37 45 98 59 or email us and we will give you all the details you need to start the process.

  

What happens if I don't get along my new rehome animal? Animal Samaritans will always endeavour to take an animal back if the re-home is unsuccessful, but we may not be able to assist immediately as we would have to make sure that we have suitable fostering arrangements in place. 

Please note - Any donations we receive for animals that are rehomed are is NON-REFUNDABLE. Any intermediate expenses incurred from rehoming the animal may not be refunded.  

 

What is your fee for re-homing a cat?  We charge a fee which goes towards our costs, such as neutering, inoculations, worming. etc. This fee goes into the Charity’s central funds so that we can continue our work. The fee is NON-REFUNDABLE. You should consider taking out pet insurance to help with any future costs.

What is the home check for? We carry out home checks to make sure your home is suitable for one of our re-home animals to be safe and secure. We will advise you if we think changes need to be made to satisfy the requirements. Once these changes are made, we will be happy to place an animal with you. 

 

Can i apply to rehome a pet if I have children? We do not rehome to families with young children, (under 6) however, please consider helping in another way. Perhaps with a donation or sponsoring an animal until your children are older and re-homing is available.


Would you help with veterinary bills if I my circumstances change, and I was unable to meet the costs myself?  Animal Samaritans is here to help pet owners meet the cost of veterinary charges. Ask your vet to send by email to: info@Animalsamaritans.org.uk a brief written report about the condition which requires treatment together with any follow-up procedures and the costs of the treatment, including medication either one-off or continual future costs. The Trustees meet regularly to consider requests for financial assistance and you would normally receive a decision with 28 days. If your request requires an urgent response, please ask the vet to include the words: ‘Urgent request’ in the subject line of the email.

I would like to foster animals for you. How do I apply? If you email us or phone our central number (0203 37 45 98 59) or email us, we will direct you enquiry to the appropriate re-homing co-ordinator. Once we have had a chat and carried out a home check, we will discuss with you the fostering process. We are always looking for good foster homes.