OUR HEALTHY CAT CHECK LIST
The health & well being of our cats is our primary concern and we want to give them the best start in their new homes, thats why all our domestic rehomes go through our unique healthy cat check list
1. Veterinary Check
Our vets give each animal a thorough physical examination and carry out any advised treatments – irrespective of the cost.
All our cats will be vaccinated against four diseases: cat flu, feline panleucopenia, feline enteritis & feline leukaemia. All cats will have had both their primary and booster vaccinations prior to rehoming.
3.Treatments for Parasites
All our cats are routinely treated against fleas and worms using the treatments most suitable & effective for each individual cat.
All cats are microchipped which is then transferred into the new owners name on adoption, although some owners prefer the microchip to remain in the charities name.
If not already done so all cats & kittens are neutered before being rehomed.
6. IAZ sessions
All our cats receive sessions with our IAZ practitioner. To find out more about this truly unique approach to cat welfare & rehoming go to the Ingraham Applied Zoopharmacognosy page, dedicated to this exciting practice of enabling animals to self medicate.
7. Free Insurance
Insurance is a an important part of pet ownership and as such we provide 5 weeks’ FREE Pet insurance on the day of adoption, ensuring your new pet is covered immediately for illness or injury up to £1500. You have the option to continue the insurance with Lifetime cover, even for cats aged over 10 years – a unique benefit of our Charity Cover. We strongly recommend everyone continues insurance cover before the free period ends, as time and again it has proven to be invaluable when unexpected accidents and illnesses occur.
Although we ensure all animals are healthy at time of homing, no-one can predict the future. This is why we work with industry-leading pet insurance provider Agria and issue Charity Cover for all our rehomed animals, with no upper age limit.