Website: Registered Charity No: 1143374Based in SE1, the rescue has helped to rehome displaced persians and other cats for over 20 years in all parts of the UK.They cater predominantly for Persians, but also other pedigree cats, working alongside breeders to assist cats in need.All cats are neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and vet checked before being homed, also all cats are fully groomed, de-wormed, de-flead and other treatments needed.
Contact Chapelhouse by email initially, to find out about cats currently needing homes.
Email: A small rescue and rehoming centre caring for cats of all ages and breeds - maximum capacity is 20 cats.
Also rescuing and rehoming Siamese and part Siamese cats.
Cats are carefully matched to both the people and the home environment, for a happy partnership for both cat and owner! Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 5EPTel: 01736 850241Pedigree Cat Rescue, covering West Sussex A semi rural, natural loving home for rescuing and rehabilitating pedigree cats who have found themselves homeless.
Neutered cats only (can only take in and neuter entire queens in cases of urgency). Shelter Address: Alnwick House, Bracklesham Lane, Earnley, Chichester.
Tel: 01243 673468 Email: Pedigree Cat Welfare Rescue Directory: The Governing Council of the Cat Fancy (GCCF) website, has an extensive list of welfare contacts for pedigree breeds, and also of regional contacts who deal with rescue and rehoming.
Please visit their website below, for full details.
Rescue centres and rehoming groups dedicated to re-homing unwanted or surrendered, neutered pedigree breed cats.
If you are looking for a particular breed of cat, such as persian or siamese, please adopt and not buy!
Areas covered: UK-wide Chapelhouse Persian Rescue is dedicated to the ethical care, advice and mediated remote rehoming of Persian cats and other pedigree cat breeds across the UK.
All rehomed or advertised animals must be neutered.