Edinburgh & East of Scotland Cat Club

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Whilst not all our Breeder members will belong to the GCCF’s Breeder Scheme, we strongly advise them to work to its standard of ethics, or better. We also advise that all kittens are not only at least 13 weeks old, registered, wormed and vaccinated (as required by the GCCF’s Code of Ethics) when they leave, but that they are microchipped, and any not being bought by another breeder are neutered before they leave their breeder.

Rescue and rehoming

There are various cat rescue shelters located around Edinburgh and the Lothians if you are looking to adopt a cat.

Lothian Cat Rescue, Bonnyrigghttps://lothiancatrescue.org/
Edinburgh Cat and Dog Home, Seafieldhttps://edch.org.uk/
Edinburgh Cats Protection League, Leithhttp://edinburghcatprotection.org.uk/
SSPCA, Balernohttps://www.scottishspca.org/
Fife Cat Shelter, Scotlandwell and Cleish, Fifehttps://www.fifecatshelter.org/
Sunny Harbour Cat Rescue, Lochgelly, Fifehttps://sunnyharbour.org.uk/
Whinnybank, Newburgh, Fifhttps://whinnybank.org.uk/

Retired Breeding Cats

Occasionally pedigree breeders may be looking for new owners for their retired breeding cats. Please contact breeders direct to enquire.

We strongly advise all former breeding cats are and neutered before rehoming.

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