Easing of COVID restrictions means that people who are interested in adopting a cat from us can now visit our cattery again by appointment under COVID secure conditions.
This is not the full list of cats and kittens we have in our care so please register your interest by downloading and completing the Perfect Match form (see below) and returning it to us at: email@example.com. Once we have received your form our Cat rehoming volunteer will contact you. Applications cannot be taken by telephone. We prefer our kittens to be adopted in pairs if possible.
If you are fully aware of the expenses of responsible cat ownership and are prepared to give a cat a good home for the rest of its life please download and complete the Perfect Match form from the bottom of this page and return it by email to
Our cat rehoming volunteer will then contact you.
Please note! You must be over 18 years of age to apply ro adopt any animal.
We now have a traffic light system for cats to show potential adopters the cats most in need of a new home. Our cats are cared for in our state of the art cattery but however good the facilities it is not the same as being in a loving home. Six months is a long time for any animal to stay in care.
Red denotes cats that have been with us over 6 months
Amber denotes cats that have been with us between 4 & 6 months
Green denotes cats that have been with us less than 3 months.
To help you find the perfect pet for you, download the Perfect Match form, complete & sign it & return to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have around 40 cats and kittens in our care looking for new homes. To see them all please visit:
Willow C33 aged 3 years
Willow came into our care shortly after having kittens all alone in someones shed who thankfully called us to help. She has reared her kittens wonderfully in one of our fosterers homes and she is now ready to find her own forever home. She is a really sweet girl who loves to play and we think a home where she is the only cat would be best where she can get spoilt and treated like the princess she is.
Registered Charity Number
RSPCA Cruelty & Advice Helpline
This number is available from 8am -8pm 7 days a week
Get help and advice about animals from the national website & if possible and it is safe to do so please take any injured wildlife such as fledglings to a vet as they will be dealt with much quicker. The RSPCA will pay for this.
The nearest available RSPCA Officer may be some distance away which will delay the animal being dealt with.
Bridlington RSPCA Charity Shop
29, Prospect Street
To adopt a dog or bird
To adopt a cat
To adopt a rabbit or other small animal
(This number is not to report animal cruelty - please ring the RSPCA helpline 03001234999 for this)
Bridlington Charity Shop
29, Prospect Street
Tel: 01262 229030
Bridlington Fund Raising
Enquiries to our email address
Dog Warden (East Riding)
(Please do not leave urgent concerns about cruelty on this e-mail address as it is not manned all day. Ring concerns through to the RSPCA helpline 0300 1234999 which is available from 7am to 10pm 7 days a week