Should I rehome my cat?

At Woodgreen, we know what it means to want the very best for your cat, we love all pets here. However, life is full of surprises around every corner. We understand things can sometimes get in the way which are beyond your control.

There may be many personal reasons why you’re struggling to look after your cat. Whether it be your health, work or financial pressures, or simply not having enough time, whatever the reason may be; we’re here for you.

You should also check with your vet that your cat isn’t injured or unwell, as this may cause changes in their behaviour. We have free cat health advice articles which might help to identify the problem.

Our Behaviour and Training Specialists here at Woodgreen have written free pet advice articles and training courses. Whether you need advice on how to care for your dog, or how to support your dog’s behaviour and training needs, whatever the issue may be, our friendly team are here for you. You can speak to our experts, for free, on the phone. Get in touch with us.

If you decide to rehome your cat

If you are considering rehoming your cat, start the application process with us now. Our expert team provides free, confidential, unbiased support, and will help you make a final decision. You can read about our success stories, and the breadth of work we do.

You can apply online to give up your cat, and we’ll support you through the next steps.

You can trust us to provide your cat the best care until we find them a new home. There are three different solutions we’ll consider whilst we find your cat a new owner:

  1. Care in our rehoming centre where our dedicated, experienced staff will look after your pet’s needs
  2. A foster home. Some cats cope better in a different environment, so we’ve assembled an amazing team of volunteers who can offer pets extra comfort and attention in their homes
  3. Stay in your home with support from our experts, whilst our rehoming team find them a new home.

Pet collection service

Our free pet collection service in North London, Cambridgeshire, and Hertfordshire has proven to be a lifeline for owners who are unable to get to our rehoming centre.

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