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How About An older Cat? RagRehoming Group

We are the co-ordinators for the North of England
CAN YOU HELP?
 
 
Occasionally Adult Ragdoll Cats (and sometimes kittens) have to be rehomed, through no fault of their own.
For further information please contact the British Ragdoll Cat Club -
 
PLEASE NOTE I AM NO LONGER ACCEPTING CATS FOR REHOMING
OTHER THAN CATS I HAVE PREVIOUSLY BRED.
This decision was made due to recent health concerns
also due to some individuals feeling the need to take advantage of our good will 

 

The cat below is now adopted 

 This lovely boy has now found his forever home with a lady called Peggy,

here he is enjoying the creature comforts of his new home

Image

 

  

The following cats are now adopted thank you  

 

The cats below are now adopted thank you

 

Thank you to Carina and James for adopting these siblings

Pickles & Lady

 

 Missy and her Owner Andy - taken a few days after she moved in with him and his other half Sam

Missy and Andy

 

  Thank you to Steve and Stephen for adopting these two lovely lads!

Lenny and Cruise

 

 

Mr Wilkinson who was adopted by Sarah and fur family
 
 Mr Wilkins
 
 
Claude has a new home with Lyndsey and family in Manchester
rehome ollie

 

Princess Blossom- who lives with Ed and his parents

this young lady came into us for rehoming due to her owners ill health, she settled gaining the love of all who meet her. 

princess blossom

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

skye with Marley 

Dottie who lives with her loving family

Dottie

 

 
 
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