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Heidihughes
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Female cat

Post by Heidihughes » Mon Aug 05, 2019 5:29 pm

Looking to re-home my 15 month old female cat as im due to have a baby in the next couple of weeks and wont have the time for her with two kids.. can anybody help as ive tried cat sanctuarys but theyve all got waiting lists.. thanks in advance

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Cat-FAQ
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Re: Female cat

Post by Cat-FAQ » Tue Aug 06, 2019 2:42 pm

Hi Heidi,

That's a shame to consider giving up your cat, in this circumstance. There are many benefits to having a cat in the home during a child's early years, such as enabling them to form a bond with an animal, and building up their immunity lowering their chances of having allergies.

Cat Chat’s rehoming advice page includes sections on ‘pregnancy’ and 'new baby in the home', so these may help: https://www.catchat.org/index.php/rehome-pet-cat

If after consideration you are still considering rehoming your cat, please feel free to email our Help Desk for further advice: cat.advice (at) catchat.org

best of luck

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Re: Female cat

Post by Polly » Fri Aug 16, 2019 8:31 am

Heidi,
Sorry to hear you need to rehome your cat,depending on where you live.
You could try
Carla Lane animals in need,
If you go online and type in carlalane animalsinneed
Good Luck

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