Some of the cats on this site are described as direct rehomes. These are cats which are not in our care, but where we have agreed to help find a new home for the cat. In this case we advertise the cat on this site and pass on enquiries to the cat’s current owner, who remains responsible for rehoming the cat.
As the cat is not in our care, we do not make any vet checks on a direct rehome cat. We cannot take responsibility for any health problems that the cat might have, or any disputes that might arise between the original owner and the new owner. We recommend that home checks are carried out before the cat is transferred, but this is up to the original owner of the cat.
Before adopting a direct rehome cat, you should check whether the cat has been vet-checked recently, whether it has been neutered/spayed, and whether it has had its inoculations and worm/flea treatments.