Rehoming

 

ARE YOU ABLE TO OFFER A GOOD HOME TO A RAGDOLL IN NEED?

 

The British Ragdoll Cat Club provides a Rehoming Service with a network of willing volunteers situated all over the country ready to help. Over the years, we have been asked to help rehome Ragdolls when people's circumstances have changed and they are sadly no longer able to keep their cats and we have done our best to help.


We do not home cats on a first-come-first-serve basis. Each one is assessed individually for its character and temperament and its previous lifestyle is taken into consideration. When we are certain that we have found the right home, arrangements will be made for the transfer.

 

We like to arrange a visit to prospective new homes by an experienced member of TBRCC before placing a cat. This ensures that the home suits the needs of the cat(s) being considered and also provides the opportunity for adoptees to voice any queries that they may have regarding the general care and upkeep of the Ragdoll breed.

 

Something to take into consideration is that, like most pedigree cats, Ragdolls are indoor cats and you will require to provide them with a litter tray. It is not recommended to allow them complete freedom as their easy-going nature could make them less aware of danger. No one is ever prepared for the heartbreak of a much loved pet being run over by a car or taken away by a stranger. However, if you have a safely enclosed garden your pet will enjoy playing in the fresh air, especially if you are with him or her.

 

To start the process of either rehoming or adopting, you will need to answers some questions first. Please click on the appropriate link below to get started.

 

As this service is operated on a UK-wide basis by just three main volunteers and a small network of support helpers, we do ask that you be patient with us. For rehoming enquiries, you can expect a reply within four working days. For adoption enquiries, you can expect a reply within four weeks.

 

 

If you are looking to rehome your Ragdoll Cat, please download and complete this form by

Clicking Here.

 

If you are looking to provide and loving home for a Ragdoll Cat, please download and complete this form by Clicking Here.

 

 

Grant a wish for a Rehome Ragdoll. 

How would you like to make a Ragdolls wish come true? 

 

Our TBRCC Rescue & Rehome cats often remain in our care for extended periods of time, until we can find them a new home. This can sometimes mean spending the holidays including Christmas in a temporary foster home.  We provide them with food, veterinary care and enrichment, all using the kind donations that our supporters provide. 

We have put together an Amazon Wish list based on the Ragdolls needs, if you would like to purchase a gift please click on the link and simply select the gift you would like to donate and send to the Ragdolls currently in our care. 

TBRCC Rehome Group 
Link:http://www.amazon.co.uk/registry/wishlist/3QLFUBV652ZNL 

 

Ragdolls in Our Care...

Current Ragdolls looking for permanent loving homes.

   

 

 

Luna

 

 

Luna

 


Luna has had a rough old ride... Sold in a box with her three-week-old kittens, she quickly became very unwell. Her babies were weaned early at five weeks and she came into our care, where she was nursed back to health. After three months of gaining her strength and condition back in a rescue/rehome cattery, she spent a brief spell with a potential new owner but the fit was not right and she was returned to us. She is now with a foster carer near Edinburgh, who has done a tremendous amount of work to bring Luna out of her shell and help cure her of her occasional accidents. She is clean now and ready to join a new home but will definitely need a soft start. We recommend anyone interested in opening their home to Luna will need to have a safe room ready for her where she can spend the first couple weeks adjusting to the shift and building up her confidence before venturing into the rest of the household. She will also need to be in a home with no other pets to begin with. She is a very loving and playful girl but will take time to come round to a new owner. Trust is an issue for her. We think she is around two years of age. She has been spayed, vaccinated and health-checked. If you are interested in learning more about Luna, please do get in contact with us.

   
   

 

 

Wispa

Wispa

 

Wispa is a Seal Tortie Colourpoint Neutered Female aged 9 years.
Loves to be nursed and play. Likes being brushed for a short while. Likes to sit on arms of chairs, windowsill, sleep in bathroom towels as high up. Likes to sleep on radiator cabinet in winter. She loves to sleep on beds, cushions anything comfy she can get to.She likes cardboard scratching box. Likes to sit in the sun. As with all animals she dislikes loud noise and crowds. Not keen on getting in pet carrier to go to vets however is fine when she’s in it. Likes to use different sleeping places especially looking out of the window. Likes to play with feather stick, cat balls and other toys. Wispa is a lovely cat but does not like very young children.
She is currently in Yorkshire. 

 
   

 

 

Theo


Theo

 

Theo is a Blue Bicolour Male Neuter aged 6 years. He is playful and affectionate. He needs structure plus routine in his life. He needs to be an only pet in his new household. He likes to play with cat ball toys, teaser toys and cardboard boxes. Enjoys drinking running water. He needs lots of human company and a stable quiet environment with no other pets. 
He is currently in the Yorkshire area.

 

 

 

 

Lexi


 

Home Found!

 

Lexi

 

Lexi is a Seal Tortie Bicolour Ragdoll

Female Neuter. Approx Three years old.

She came into our care as she does not

like dogs.
She has in the past lived with her Sister

but ideally we are looking for a home with

no other pets or young children.
Lexi is currently in Foster care in the

Scottish Boarders.

 

 

 

Smudge and Merlin

 

Home Found!

 

Smudge and Merlin

 

Smudge is a Red Colourpoint Male Neuter aged 5 years. Smudge is looking for a new home with his companion Merlin as they are close companions. He is a friendly boy does not mind older children. He likes to play with cat toy torch chasing the light around. He is a chatty cat who likes to talk to his owner. He enjoys eating his food. They are being Rehome due to a change in family circumstances so they are unable to keep them. 
Smudge & Merlin are currently in the Midlands.

Merlin is a Blue Tabby Mitted Male Neuter aged 5 years. He is looking for a new home with his companion Smudge as they are close companions. He likes to play with cat toys. He does not mind older children. They are being Rehomed due to a change in family circumstances so they are unable to keep them.
Merlin and Smudge are currently in the Midlands.

 

 

 

Dillon


Home Found!

 

Dillon

 

Dillon is a 10 year old Male Ragdoll Neuter a Seal Colourpoint. He is a loving boy who is used to living an older Lady. His owner is no longer able to care for him due to illness. Dillon like to play with soft mouse toys and uses them as a comforted resting his head on it when in his bed. He likes to be stroked and fussed. He is very laid back and likes Human company..
Dillon is in the North West of England.

 

 

 

Gismo and Elvis

 

Home Found!

 

Gismo and Elvis


Gizmo is a Red colourpoint male Ragdoll neuter aged 13 years old. He has come too us as his owner is ill in hospital with his lifelong friend Elvis. Elvis is a Seal Tabby Ragdoll male Neuter 12 years old. These boys have previously lived with a dog and a looking for a forever home. They have no experience with children and have lived in a quiet house hold.
They are currently in Foster caring Yorkshire.

 

 

 

 

Onion and Theo

Home Found!

 

Onion and Theo

 

Both male, both pretty relaxed, litter trained, neutered, immunised and have had insurance with no claims so far or problems (theo had a teeth plaque cleaning once) they get on well (often sleep on top of each other).

Theo is more affectionate to the point of being a bit territorial vs onion when it comes to getting a spot in his preferred lap. Slightly more obviously athletic and adventurous but also a bit more greedy when it comes to food.

Onion is also very affectionate but takes a little longer to get to know people and is cautious with his inquisitivity although he is actually less scared of the hoover than theo, but both seem to be generally unstressed by things. Onion will always be more initially fearful or reticent about handling by children or people he doesn't know.

They were both indoor only cats until last year when Linda who is currently looking after them felt she wanted them to be allowed out. They have lived together since they were kittens so are well used to each other.  But they are both wonderful personalities, very gentle and fun. These boys need a loving home together as they are great friends.

They are currently in the Birmingham Area.

   
   
   
 
   

 


 

   

 

 
 
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