Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Cats Protection Taunton Rehoming and Information Centre

Exciting news cat-lovers of Somerset, we are opening a brand new rehoming centre!!!!

From Wednesday 10th August – the Taunton Rehoming and Information Centre will be open to the public! We will be open every day from 10am until 4pm. Our new centre is based at the Blackdown Garden Centre, Wellington. Our shiny new centre has five purpose built pens – where you can walk in and meet and greet the cats! Our friendly staff can offer any help or cat-related advice too. Take a look at our fabulous photos taken today of our lovely new centre....

Entrance to our new centre
Reception area

Cat pens

One of our new cat pens

The first of our new cats to arrive at Taunton yesterday were Gypsy and Dusty. They are settling in well already and they can’t wait to find new families to join! Here are some photos below of them both in our new cat pens, snoozing, playing and enjoying some cuddles on CCA Ros' lap yesterday.

Dusty in his new pen
Gypsy playing with her new toys


Gypsy - 2 year old female  

Dusty - 5 year old male 

Our grand opening of our new centre will be on Friday 26th August, if you are in the area why not pop in and say hello to us!
If you live in the Taunton/Wellington area and are thinking of adopting a cat or kitten - our dedicated team at Taunton Rehoming centre are ready to assist you every step of the way! Each of our cats available for adoption is neutered, fully vaccinated, microchipped and treated for fleas and worms. Our cats also come with one month's FREE petplan insurance. We do ask for an adoption fee of £60 per cat or kitten - this fee helps cover some of the costs - as on average it costs £200 to care for a cat in our centre. Any donations are gratefully received.   

You can find our new centre at Blackdown Garden Centre, West Buckland, Wellington, Nr Taunton, Somerset, TA21 9HY. Telephone - 01823 667945.Our Taunton cats will feature on our Exeter Axhayes Website at www.axhayes.cats.org.uk.

1 comment:

  1. Good luck. What a brilliant place to be. Quite a bit of passing public. Hope the cats get rehomed quickly. X