We are helping relocate some individual cats and find homes for some older kittens that are semi-feral or feral. These cats and kittens are unsuited to rehoming in a “normal” domestic situation as they prefer a more hands off approach. Long term confinement won’t suit them and would cause massive amount of stress and illness. However, these cats are ideally suited to a farms, stables and small holdings.
Typically they do not like much human contact although there are many occasions when they become friendly once they become confident in their new situation. They just need a chance.
All of these cats will have been blood tested for FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency virus), FeLV (Feline Leukaemia) and ringworm, as well as been neutered, flea and worm treated before being rehomed. This ensures that only healthy cats are released and can live long and happy healthy lives with some help from you.
We only require that you agree to be responsible for their health and welfare for their lifetime. This means providing meals every day and regular treatment for fleas and worms plus a warm place where they can sleep and shelter from the weather.
If you are able to offer one of these cats a home please complete an adoption application form.
In compliance with DAFM legislation, the GalwaySPCA unique certificate number is GPT200022C.