Blue Cross Biggleswade Rehoming Service, Old Warden

Pet Rescue and Pet Welfare Groups

Blue Cross Biggleswade Rehoming Service is involved with pet welfare and is always looking for people who are interested in adopting and giving new homes to pets that need rehoming. If you want to get in touch, please remember that organisations like this typically only work during office hours and may take a little time to answer emailed enquiries.

Blue Cross Biggleswade Rehoming Service

Blue Cross Rehoming Service, Old Warden

Blue Cross Biggleswade Rehoming Service

Pet Types :Cats Only
Town/City :Old Warden
County :Bedfordshire
Contact Tel :0300 7771931
Website :Click to visit website

Full Address

Shuttleworth College, Old Warden Park, Old Warden, SG18 9DX

Information and Enquiry Form

Blue Cross Biggleswade Rehoming Service, Old Warden – The Blue Cross Biggleswade rehoming service is based at Shuttleworth College and has a constant stream of cats looking for loving homes. We don’t use a cattery or rehoming centre – all cats awaiting rehoming are cared for by students and supported by the college team. A college team member coordinates the scheme, while students and volunteers provide daily animal care. This scheme is helping us to rehome even more pets every year, but of course we still need lots of people who want to adopt homeless cats on a permanent basis. Please note if you would like to visit us, please make an appointment first. We are building a network of volunteers throughout England and Wales to help us rehome more needy cats. This is an excellent role that the whole family can get involved in to help cats in need, and fosterers get all the benefits of cat companionship without the long term commitment or cost. Roles include Foster carers – looking after cats in your own homes and helping them to find a new home. Foster scheme coordinators – providing administrative support to carers in their area, helping them to place their pets in new homes. Administrator – helping your local scheme coordinator and foster carers with important admin support. Social media support – helping us to rehome cats more quickly by helping out with our social media pages. Drivers – taking cats to vets and transferring them between schemes

Adoption or Rehoming Notes

We are building a network of volunteers throughout England and Wales to help us rehome more needy cats. This is an excellent role that the whole family can get involved in to help cats in need, and fosterers get all the benefits of cat companionship without the long term commitment or cost. Roles include Foster carers - looking after cats in your own homes and helping them to find a new home. Foster scheme coordinators - providing administrative support to carers in their area, helping them to place their pets in new homes. Administrator – helping your local scheme coordinator and foster carers with important admin support. Social media support – helping us to rehome cats more quickly by helping out with our social media pages. Drivers – taking cats to vets and transferring them between schemes

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Enquiry Form

Animal Welfare Groups often have limited manpower to deal with email enquiries so please don't use this form unless you are interested in adopting a pet, would like to make an appointment to view a pet you are interested in adopting, or unless you are volunteering to help in other ways. For the same reason, some pet rescue organisations may take several days to reply, so please be patient! Thank you.

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