The cats and kittens featured on the http://www.adoptacat.co.uk/ site would love to find homes with caring new owners in the Crawley, Horley, Redhill, Reigate & Dorking areas. They're all vet-checked, have no fleas or worms, are vaccinated against flu, enteritis & leukemia, and insured for the first six weeks. Cats over six months old are neutered as well.
As you can imagine this all takes a lot of money, on top of any other veterinary treatment that's often necessary, in addition to food & litter, etc. The average amount they spend per cat is £80. They do not charge a fee when you adopt a cat or kitten but they do ask for a reasonable donation please, to help them carry on their work.
At the Crawley Branch of the Cats Protection are a small, dedicated band of volunteers doing what they can to help cats & kittens in their area. They do not have a central cattery, so after a successful home visit you'll be referred to foster mums (& dads!) where you can meet suitable cats.
For more information telephone: 01737 245651 (UK) or e-mail Adopt-a-cat at: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website.