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Run or Dye Fundraiser for Bredhurst Adoption Centre

Run or Dye Fundraiser for Bredhurst Adoption Centre

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Quiz Night a big success

Quiz Night a big success

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If you wish to visit our beautiful Centre we are open for viewing 6 days a week between the hours of 11.00am-3.00pm CLOSED TUESDAYS

Visitors are welcome to come and view the Centre's cats but you will first need to fill in an Adoption Questionnaire before you are able to book or take a cat home. We make sure all our cats are vaccinated, neutered and have a microchip before going to their new forever homes.

It is important that potential adopters visit the Centre and meet any cats they are interested in or see on this webpage. All cats/kittens are individuals and have different needs so please bare in mind not all of the cats are suitable for all homes. We are very honest about your chosen cats medical history and temperament but we cannot predict if a cats behaviour will change once in a home environment.

Please also consider giving an older cat a home. Many cats can live for many happy years and get to over 20 years old! We always have over-looked middle aged cats that would love a forever home and really deserve their second chance of a loving home.

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Summary
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Kit Kat
KitKat came into the Centre as he was unhappy living with the young children in his previous home. KitKat is a very friendly boy who will make a ...
Bredhurst Kent Adoption Centre
Emerald
Emerald came into the Centre as her previous owner had too many cats to cope with. For this reason Emerald is very shy around people at the moment. ...
Bredhurst Kent Adoption Centre
Jeffrey
Jeffrey came into the Centre as a stray. For this reason we do not anything about this shy boys past. Jeffrey is gentle natured boy who isn’t ...
Bredhurst Kent Adoption Centre
Susie
Susie came into the Centre as her elderly owner was going into care so could no longer look after her. Susie is sporting a shaven look at the ...
Bredhurst Kent Adoption Centre
Shy
Shy came into the Centre as she was unsettled in her previous home. Although Shy is friendly she will only be fussed on her terms and can have a ...
Bredhurst Kent Adoption Centre
Regan
Regan came into the Centre as a pregnant stray back in February. She has since been rehomed twice but has not settled with young children or other ...
Bredhurst Kent Adoption Centre
Albert
Albert came into the Centre as a transfer to us from our branch in Hornchurch. He was taken into them as a stray and when he was neutered at the vets ...
Bredhurst Kent Adoption Centre
Daisy
Daisy came into the Centre as her previous owner’s young child was allergic to her. Daisy is a friendly girl but does have a cheeky swipe when she ...
Bredhurst Kent Adoption Centre
Ritz
Ritz & Tuc are siblings and came into the Centre as their previous owner had too many cats to cope with. For this reason both cats are very nervous of...
Bredhurst Kent Adoption Centre
Tuc
Ritz & Tuc are siblings and came into the Centre as their previous owner had too many cats to cope with. For this reason both cats are very nervous of...
Bredhurst Kent Adoption Centre
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Some of the cats in our care may not yet be on our website. If you are looking for a feline companion, please call us on 01634 232 471