Adoption Info
 
Cats and Kittens
All our cats are cared for temporarily with volunteer fosterers, in their homes in the Barnsley area, until a forever home becomes available.
 
Where two cats or kittens are featured together, we would often prefer them to be re-homed as a pair, since cats can become very attached to their friend or sibling. 
 
We also have other cats and kittens not quite ready for adoption. 
 
 
Adoption Donation Fees
Our cats are not free, there's a fixed, non - refundable donation to cover vet consultation, food, medication, vaccination, de-flea, worming & neutering, microchipping and transportation costs, which are often carried out before a cat can go to their new home.
This donation rarely covers the pre-adoption costs so we are also reliant on the generosity of the general public.
 
Cats £85
Kittens £110
 
   
To adopt a cat or kitten follow the steps below. Once we've received your form we will contact you:
 
Option 1
1. Click below to download a Perfect Match form to your favourite location on your computer or other device.
 
2. In your favourite location, double click the icon to open the form, fill it in digitally and click save. If you now look here, your form's icon will look like this:
 
3. Click the envelope button below to open a new email and attach the form by dragging it from it's location into the email. Press 'send'.
 
Option 2
In the unlikely event that you have problems with option 1, please use the digital form here:
 
 
 
Still having trouble?
Call our Cat coordinator on
07823 550886
Please note this line is volunteer manned.
 
 
 
 
  Dogs & Rabbits
 
As we don't yet have an Animal Centre, most of our dogs & rabbits are cared for by our colleagues at Chesterfield Branch.
 
The adoption fee includes 1st and 2nd vaccinations, microchipping and neutering/spaying. All dogs are wormed and de-flead prior to re-homing. 
 
Adopt a Dog or Rabbit
 
 
 
 
Please note: We STRONGLY advise against buying or 'obtaining' animals from any internet sources e.g. Facebook, Gumtree etc. as they can soon become ill, or even die due to poor care and misinformation.
 
We would also advise against giving away animals for free or at low cost, as this encourages mal-practice and un-informed care.