Public Opening Times: Daily between 11am & 3pm | Dog walking times between 10am & 4pm

Important Stuff About Me:

We often have kittens in at the shelter. They may have been relinquished due to families no longer being able to care for them, or sometimes we have litters actually born at the shelter.

Just like adult cats, we will ensure all kittens are treated for fleas and worms, vaccinated, microchipped and neutered before they go off to their new homes. Occasionally they still may need to finish their course of vaccination, or for a medical reason, we may not have neutered before rehoming. If this is the case, you will receive a voucher from us to complete these treatments.

Kittens will normally be rehomed around about the age of 12 weeks. We will have done as much socialising with them as we can at the shelter, however, every kitten is different and we will match each kitten with the home and family we feel is most suitable.

Most of the time, we will not advertise kittens on our website as the demand is too high. Therefore the best way to rehome a kitten is to fill out one of our interested parties forms specifying what you are looking for. When a kitten or kittens become available that we feel is suitable for your home environment and family situation, we will call you to chat about them and arrange for you to meet the kitten or kittens. Rehoming our kittens is NOT first-come, first-serve, we find the most suitable homes for the individual animals in relation to the kitten’s personality, background, medical needs, temperament, tolerant and sociability. There will be times when we may ask to consider taking on a pair of kittens from a litter if it is deemed they will be more comfortable being rehomed with a sibling.

  • Could be dog friendly depending on character + character of the dog
  • Bouncy, excitable and full of energy
  • Can be rehomed with children depending on kittens background and character
  • The ability to choose an indoor or outdoor lifestyle
  • Mostly litter trained. Some will need a little help with this
  • Will want lots of toys to play with. Scratch posts or trees are important too

All animals at Worcestershire Animal Rescue

  • Vaccinated, Microchipped, Wormed and Neutered.
  • Assessed by an experienced member of our team to determine which type of home they should be rehomed to.