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Blackie is a super friendly adult male who is diabetic and therefore requires daily medication and monitoring. He is seeking a loving foster home under our long term foster scheme with someone who lives near one of our London clinics. This means Blackie can be brought in for regular check-ups and can receive low cost veterinary treatment for the rest of his life. Blackie requires injections twice daily so his fosterer must be happy to do that. Blackie is looking for a special animal welfare minded person who perhaps has other cats with similar conditions that require such strict daily routine? Blackie is still a young cat so this is a long term commitment between Blackie, the fosterer and us as a charity.

           I can live with children   

                                                             

 I am OK with dogs

     I am OK with other cats

         I would like access to the outdoors but can be consider for an indoor home

To enquire about Blackie and find out more about his issues  please telephone 0207 474 8811 or send CHAT an This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and leave your phone number!

To find out more about homing one of our rescue animal please click here

PLEASE NOTE: CANNING TOWN CAN RE-HOME WITHIN ANY OF OUR BRANCH CATCHMENT AREAS, SO NOT ONLY EAST LONDON AND MUCH OF NORTH LONDON, BUT ALSO SOUTH LONDON, ESSEX, HERTFORDSHIRE, EAST SUSSEX, WEST SUSSEX, MOST OF KENT AND PARTS OF SURREY. IF YOU ARE UNSURE PLEASE CONTACT US!

MARCH 5th 2020: CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 SITUATION and Adoption Open Days

We have introduced precautionary measuresat our clinics and rescue centres to try and ensure the continued smooth operation of our veterinary and rescue services and to minimise the risks to the health and wellbeing of staff, volunteers and visitors and potential impact upon our animals. 

Extra cleaning and hygiene measures including hand washing and sanitising and regular disinfecting of door handles, waiting room, and consulting room is in place. We are also reducing the number of visitors into the main clinic and rescue centre buildings to reduce risk of contamination to a minimum. 

Adoption Open Day tours are therefore being temporarily suspended. Anyone with a booked appointment following a successful home visit will be able to visit to meet and choose cats as usual. Reception will also remain open for anyone wishing to drop in during our Adoption Open Day opening hours every Saturday 1-5p.m to register their interest in adopting a cat. We can also be contacted in the usual way by email and phone. Photos and descriptions of cats in our care awaiting new homes will be on our website.

We are sorry for any inconvenience caused but trust you will understand the reasons for this decision. We will keep the situation under review. 

 

Photography: Kirsten Priebe