Welfare and Rehoming
Welfare Officer Kim Hill - 01420
In the first instance please contact Kim who has assistant
officers across all areas of the country
From time to time we are contacted to assist Cornish Rex cats in
need of help. As well as rescues, we can help members rehome any
cats that may have been returned to their breeder or where they feel
the cat would benefit from being placed in a pet home. We work
together with other Rex Clubs and Welfare Officers and our attention
is given to find the most suitable new home for each cat or kitten
'Cornelius' was an unwanted
adolescent, he has now found a loving home. Taking on an older cat
can be very rewarding.
Our famous hand knitted cat toys will be on sale
on our stalls. All toys are hand made by club members to raise money for our
Below are a list of older Cornish Rex cats
looking for a forever home;
No cats at present on our list but please register your interest
with our welfare officer, so when a cat is in need of a new home,
you can be assessed for suitability.
Every now and then an ex breeding cat or the change in someone's
circumstances, means there are older kittens or adult cats looking
for new homes.
All cats are neutered before leaving.