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Ocassionally Adult Ragdoll Cats (and sometimes kittens) have to be rehomed, through no fault of their own. They are passed into the Ragdoll Rehoming scheme and are looked after by "foster parents" at which time the cats are assessed and give a thorough health check by a Vet. All Ragdolls which are put up for rehoming are Neutered prior to going to their forever home.
When they are adopted, the new owner is asked to sign a "Adoption Contract" which ensures that the cat will have the lifestyle it will enjoy along with its needs attended to.
There is a small cost involved in adopting one of these cats, however none of the cats paperwork can be handed over - this is to protect the identify of the previous owner.
This page will be regularly updated with information on cats which are available for rehoming.
Sorry if this offends but we will not accept any cat in for rehoming unless it is up todate with its vaccinations, is registered with a recognised Cat Association, I appreciate that many "ragdolls" are sold without pedigrees/ no papers, we self finance the cats that come into us for rehoming so will not take these cats - if you have a cat from a source that didnt provide you with papers - perhaps you should ask the person who sold you the cat/kitten to take it back for rehoming... not sure that they will accomodate!
Please remember an animal is not a throw away commodity – please think hard and long before you decide to buy a kitten, Some cats live into their mid twenties!
Each cat we are asked to rehome is given a full health check, vaccinated, wormed, treated with frontline and micro chipped prior to leaving us. We do not place any cats with behavioural problems until the problem is rectified. This ensures a stress free transition for both the new owner and the cat.
Each cat moves to their new home with 4 weeks free insurance for the new owner’s peace of mind.
Currently we do not have any ragdolls requiring a forever home
The cats below are now adopted thank you
Mr Wilkinson who was adopted by Sarah and fur family
Princess Blossom- thanks to Ed for the Photo
this young lady came into us for rehoming due to her owners ill health, she settled gaining the love of all who meet her.
Marley - thanks to Ruth for the photo- the larger of the 2 cats is Marley
he was adopted 27th December 2010, he settled quickly into his new home
Dottie who lives with her loving family
Every year hundreds of cats and dogs need to be rehomed due to a change in circumstances of their owners, please consider giving a loving home to one of these animals - it can be a very rewarding experience!! Check out some of the links on my site to view the Rescue schemes for Ragdoll Cats, or contact me and I will endeavour to help you. Please ensure you have read the above statements first