Monday, November 29, 2021
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Cats for Rehoming - Animal Samaritans Bexley, please call Maxine or Emma

Kitten Rehoming - Our waiting list for kittens is now full. Please do NOT message us or call us asking if we have any kittens available. Please check the website for all available cats and kittens 

Cat & Kitten relinquishment -  We are very busy and are unable to take cats in instantly. We are running a waiting list for cats coming in. 


   

“Special home needed”
We have two 5 month old female kittens that came in as part of a welfare investigation so we can not advertise full details. 

These girls are very friendly and in perfect health but will need a home with adults or a family with teenage children and will need an indoor / cat proofed garden. 

They could live with another cat.  Please get in touch if you’d be interested to know more.

 
 
Drax and Nova - 1 year old, neutered male and female
Drax and Nova came into rescue when their owner moved and left them behind. They are a bonded pair who adore each other so must go home together. They are affectionate love bugs who want cuddles and love.
They are good with children and other cats. They will need a home with a safe garden.
Both are neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, flea and worm treated.
£220 donation for the pair.
 
 
Stuart - 3 year old male
Stuart came into rescue when his owners abandoned him.
He’s a sweet boy who likes a fuss and a head butt.
He could live with a family with older children, could live with another cat and will need a home with a safe garden.
£120 donation - includes neutering, vaccinations, microchip, flea and worm treatment.
 

 
Ruby - 7 year old female Bengal
Ruby came into rescue due to a relationship breakdown.
She is a lovely girl who would benefit from an adult only home, preferably with someone who is around a lot or works from home.
She does have arthritis in her back legs and we have started her on Solensia (new monthly injection that stops arthritis pain).
She’s a sweetie who just wants to be loved. She would benefit from a safe outdoor space.
No young children or dogs.
£120 includes neutering, vaccinations, microchip, full flea and worm treatment
 

   
Marty - 1 year old male
Marty came into rescue from a multi cat house hold. He is a lovely, cheeky boy who is friendly and loving. He came in with a urine infection and the vet recommended urinary food, he has been on this while being with us with no issues.
He could live with a family with children over 10, will need a garden and could live with another cat.
£120 donation - includes neutering, vaccinations, microchip, full flea and worm treatment.

 

Trixie and Pixie - 5 year old & 6 year old 

Female British Shorthairs
These lovely girls came into rescue when their owner could no longer care for them. They are indoor girls so must go to an indoor home or one with a secure patio / garden. They need to be the only pet in the home and need a quiet adult only home.
Both are neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and Pixie has recently had a dental.
£300 for the pair.

 
 
     


   
Jennifer - 3 year old female
This sweet girl came from the same home as Marty. She had a lot of hair loss from a terrible flea allergy, we have now treated the fleas and her fur is growing back. She is a beautiful girl who would appreciate a home where she is the only cat. She has taken a few days to settle into her foster home but is now purring and loving cuddles.
£120 donation includes neutering, vaccinations, microchip, full flea and worm treatment.



 

Hopkins came in to rescue as a stray with a terrible head tilt. We initially thought it was a really bad inner ear infection and our vets treated him with pain killer and antibiotics. Once the vet could see in his ear it became apparent that it wasn’t an ear infection but polyps. These will be causing poor Hopkins a lot of pain and the only option is to operate to remove the polyps and potentially his whole ear canal.

The surgery is going to be costly but we want to help Hopkins to enjoy the rest of his life, he’s only 5 and is such a lovely boy.Anything you can donate to his care would be amazing, thank you so much

CLICK below for the Just giving page

 

Hopkins UPDATE - Hopkins had his surgery on Thursday  and is now healing nicely and is home after his stay at Northdown Specialist Referrals in Redhill.
His inner ear was solid with pus and the vets went in through his chin and drained it and removed a secondary abscess lump. He also had an abscess at the back of his nose and this was drained and removed as well. He still has a head tilt but the vets hope this will resolve but the main thing is he is out of pain and can live a long and happy life in his new home.

 

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We require anyone considering rehoming an Animal Samaritans cat meet the following essential Criteria.

· You are over 18 years old.

· You do not have children under the age of 6 in your home.

· If you live in privately-rented, housing association or council owned property you must provide a copy of written permission to have a pet from your landlord or agent prior to a home visit.

· You will be responsible for all routine and non-routine costs in relation to the cat (these include diet, annual vaccinations, six monthly worming and bi-monthly flea prevention).

Terms and Conditions for rehoming an animal

 

What is the process for rehoming an animal?  Please call the main number 0203 37 45 98 59 or email us and we will give you all the details you need to start the process.

  

What happens if I don't get along my new rehome animal? Animal Samaritans will always endeavour to take an animal back if the re-home is unsuccessful, but we may not be able to assist immediately as we would have to make sure that we have suitable fostering arrangements in place. 

Please note - Any donations we receive for animals that are rehomed are is NON-REFUNDABLE. Any intermediate expenses incurred from rehoming the animal may not be refunded.  

 

What is your fee for re-homing a cat?  We charge a fee which goes towards our costs, such as neutering, inoculations, worming. etc. This fee goes into the Charity’s central funds so that we can continue our work. The fee is NON-REFUNDABLE. You should consider taking out pet insurance to help with any future costs.

What is the home check for? We carry out home checks to make sure your home is suitable for one of our re-home animals to be safe and secure. We will advise you if we think changes need to be made to satisfy the requirements. Once these changes are made, we will be happy to place an animal with you. 

 

Can i apply to rehome a pet if I have children? We do not rehome to families with young children, (under 6) however, please consider helping in another way. Perhaps with a donation or sponsoring an animal until your children are older and re-homing is available.


Would you help with veterinary bills if I my circumstances change, and I was unable to meet the costs myself?  Animal Samaritans is here to help pet owners meet the cost of veterinary charges. Ask your vet to send by email to: info@Animalsamaritans.org.uk a brief written report about the condition which requires treatment together with any follow-up procedures and the costs of the treatment, including medication either one-off or continual future costs. The Trustees meet regularly to consider requests for financial assistance and you would normally receive a decision with 28 days. If your request requires an urgent response, please ask the vet to include the words: ‘Urgent request’ in the subject line of the email.

I would like to foster animals for you. How do I apply? If you email us or phone our central number (0203 37 45 98 59) or email us, we will direct you enquiry to the appropriate re-homing co-ordinator. Once we have had a chat and carried out a home check, we will discuss with you the fostering process. We are always looking for good foster homes.