RSPCA Cat crisis


Our ferret rescue works closely with RSPCA Stapeley Grange and we understand how difficult it is when the number of animals coming in outweighs the number of animals going out.


We thought we would try and help them as they have helped us so much and still continue to do so!!


So, together we have decided to dedicate a page to the RSPCA Stapeley Grange Cattery in the hope that there maybe some ferret lovers out there who are looking to rehome a cat or two. Please, please spread the word about this fantastic cattery and lets try and get some of these deserving cats rehomed.

Contact us | Email: southcheshireferrets@live.co.uk | Telephone: 07933 783793

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About RSPCA Stapeley Grange cattery


Stapeley Grange Cattery was founded in 1994 and can be found adjacent to the Wildlife Hospital making it one of the busiest animal centres in the country.


The cattery is licensed to hold up to 64 cats although we usually end up with over 70 due to the fact the litters of kittens are classed as a single individual. The 64+ cats and kittens are housed in three main areas within the cattery.


Our small team of staff are supported by a large number of dedicated and passionate volunteers, with whom we would not be able to take in and care for the numbers of animals we do. The centre can take in and rehome over 350 cats and kittens each year.


Not only is the RSPCA being asked to help more cats than ever before, centres such as Stapeley Grange are finding it more difficult to rehome to suitable 'forever' homes, due in part, to the economic climate of today.


The RSPCA has called the current situation a "Cat Crisis". Anyone interested in adopting a cat or kitten (which comes neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped) should contact the catter via phone 0300 123 0722 or via email lee.stewart@rspca.org.uk



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