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CAT REHOMING PROCESS

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Welcome to Grovehill Animal Trust. We would like to extend a massive thank you for choosing to rescue a cat and we would like to also thank you for choosing Grovehill to help you do this. Together we are giving animals a future.

In order to help you in the selection of your new cat and to help us match you with one of our animals we ask that you complete an application form.

This form, together with a consultation, vet reference and landlord approval (if applicable) is designed to help find an animal that is most compatible with your lifestyle and to ensure the cat finds its forever home. This will help ensure minimum stress to yourself and the animal, and ultimately result in the perfect match.

If you have a landlord, we will need approval as some housing agreements don’t allow pets. If we give you a cat without approval this could result in the landlord asking to remove your new pet. This wouldn’t be fair on you or the cat. It’s important that you write your vet’s details and landlord information accurately on the form as your application will not go to the next stage without these checks being done.

Once you meet the cat and both parties are happy we then arrange for you to adopt the cat.

A rehoming agreement must be agreed and signed.

The cost of providing vaccinations, worming, flea treatment, neutering or spaying, micro-chipping and all care costs can be in excess of £100 if you were organising all of that yourself. We therefore do ask for a donation when you rehome one of our cats. A minimum of £30 is required for cat re-homing.

Grovehill is always here for advice if you need it once you have taken on an animal.

Many Thanks

Team Grovehill