5 months Female Kids - teenage children Cats - under assessment Dogs - NoRead More
Assisi Animal Sanctuary is Northern Ireland's largest independent animal welfare charity providing shelter for up to 200 companion animals - cats, dogs and rabbits.
Charity Reference No: NIC104594.
Ghost Has now been re-homed Male 4 - 5 months Kids - older children Cats - under assessment Dogs - yes if the dog has lived with cats beforeRead More
Blair and Brody are a bonded pair and will be rehomed together Blair – tortie and white Brody – Black and white Age – 5 and a half months Cats – Yes Dogs – Yes (as long a the dog has lived with cats before) Children – TeenageRead More
Bernie and Benji are a bonded pair and will be rehomed together Bernie - tortie and white Benji - Black and white Age - 5 and a half months Cats - Yes Dogs - Yes (as long a the dog has lived with cats before) Children - TeenageRead More
Mother and son - bonded pair and need to be homed together Jolene - 2 years approx Jaxx - 18 weeks Children - teenage children Dogs - no Cats - noRead More
Are you interested in adopting a cat? Assisi Animal Sanctuary is open every day except Monday between 11am and 3pm for rehoming applications. Once you complete your form, a member of staff from the cat or kitten unit will have a chat with you about what you are looking for and let you look around the cattery. We will then contact your usual vet for a reference, contact your landlord for permission (if applicable) and send a home advisor out to your…Read More
Here at Assisi Animal Sanctuary, we have lots of gorgeous Cats and Kittens seeking a loving home. Why not call to the sanctuary and meet them for yourself and have a chat with the staff.Read More
Do you have a stray cat that keeps having kittens or that keeps spraying around your home? Has your once cute and cuddly kitten turned into a boisterous and occasionally aggressive young adult? Is your cat urinating and defecating all round the house for no reason? It is very important to have all cats and kitten neutered or spayed not only to prevent unwanted litters…Read More