Rehoming Form (Stray)


Cat 1 Details



Please take the cat to a vet, they will check the cat for a microchip for free, if the cat has a microchip they may then be returned to their owner. Please do this before filling in a rehoming form.

If you are registering a stray cat we would ask you to first see the advice at: www.rspca.org.uk/adviceandwelfare/pets/cats/straycats. If the cat is injured, you should contact the RSPCA national helpline on 0300 1234 999.










Background & Environment:
We will use the information in the next three sections to assess the behaviour of the cat to find the best home for this cat.


Your Home:
Interactions











Cat 2 Details



Please take the cat to a vet, they will check the cat for a microchip for free, if the cat has a microchip they may then be returned to their owner. Please do this before filling in a rehoming form.

If you are registering a stray cat we would ask you to first see the advice at: www.rspca.org.uk/adviceandwelfare/pets/cats/straycats.













Background & Environment:
We will use the information in the next three sections to assess the behaviour of the cat to find the best home for this cat.


Your Home
Interactions
















When we are able to help, we will ask that you bring the cat/s to the shelter, we cannot collect cats. The cat/s must be brought to the shelter in a secure cat carrier. You may borrow one of these from a friend or relative, or you can borrow one from the shelter if you don't own one yourself.


Our system keeps forms/data for 56 days. If you have not been contacted before this time, you will need to update us before the 56 days in order to ensure your data stays on the system


Please remember to fill in a separate rehoming application if you have more than 2 cats to rehome