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Latest news at Facebook. Please visit our facebook page for the latest information regarding pets available for adoption and daily news from the Sanctuary at www.facebook.com/petsamaritans.

IF YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT A PREGNANT STRAY CAT IN YOUR AREA PLEASE GET IN TOUCH.
Cats are only pregnant for around 9 weeks and by the time the ‘baby bump’ is visible they will be more than half way though their pregnancy. It is vital the ‘mum to be’ has somewhere safe and clean to give birth. She will also need extra good quality food to allow the kittens to develop properly and for her produce enough milk after giving birth.
We will always try to make space for pregnant and nursing queens and kittens in a bid to help reduce stray cat numbers in the UK. We believe every cat deserves a loving family to call their own.
You can help us by donating cat litter, cat and kitten meat and biscuits or by following the link below.

We have now moved to an appointments only system for adoption visits.

To adopt a pet, please get in touch to enquire about the adoption process on 07872 421878. We can make you an appointment to visit the Sanctuary and meet our residents. We like to keep things informal, so we’ll ask a few questions about your circumstances and the type of pet you are looking for so we can best match you to your new best friend.

We’ve helped thousands of pets find new owners over the years and we believe in matching pets to people. The right home makes all the difference.

If you are interested in adopting a pet, please email or give us a call and we’ll be happy to introduce you to your new best friend.

Below just a few of the happy tails who have found new homes and see more in our Pet Adoption Archives.

The Pet Samaritans emergency pet rescue service is open 365 days of the year. Find a new pet with our derbyshire dog adoption and pet adoption pages on facebook.

We never know when illness may strike and if the worst happens who will look after a beloved cat or dog?   Pet Samaritans have been ‘here to help for over twenty five years.   We give priority to pets who are bereaved or whose owners have had to go into a care home.